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Can Brazil’s Democracy Be Saved?

Can Brazil’s Democracy Be Saved?

Jair Bolsonaro, the right-wing populist candidate for Brazil’s presidency, before he cast his vote in Rio de Janeiro on Oct. 7, 2018.

Trump Bets Kavanaugh ‘Hoax’ Can Turn Into Midterm Gains

Democrats remain confident that they will benefit from outrage over the confirmation of Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh despite sexual misconduct allegations against him.
It's 2018 and Tunisians Are Still Mad as Hell

It's 2018 and Tunisians Are Still Mad as Hell

Tunisia’s president, Béji Caïd Essebsi, ordering the army last year to break up protests over unemployment and corruption.
Why Kavanaugh Should Not Attend the White House Ceremony

Why Kavanaugh Should Not Attend the White House Ceremony

President Donald Trump announces Brett Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court nominee at the White House in July.
Bill Cosby’s Legal Woes Now Shift to Civil Court

Bill Cosby’s Legal Woes Now Shift to Civil Court

Bill Cosby leaving the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa., after the first day of his sentencing hearing.
An Overnight Success Story That Took Decades

An Overnight Success Story That Took Decades

The first course of the tasting menu at SingleThread features an array of small bites, including pickled mackerel with cucumber.
Cleveland Officer Who Killed Tamir Rice Is Hired by an Ohio Police Department

Cleveland Officer Who Killed Tamir Rice Is Hired by an Ohio Police Department

Officer Timothy Loehmann of the Cleveland Police Department fatally shot Tamir Rice, 12, at a park in November 2014. He was fired but has a new police job in Bellaire, a small community on the Ohio
Praying for Jamal Khashoggi

Praying for Jamal Khashoggi

Members of a Turkish-Arab journalists association holding posters of Jamal Khashoggi at a protest on Monday near the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
Critic’s Notebook: How Chicago Is Changing Theater, One Storefront at a Time

Critic’s Notebook: How Chicago Is Changing Theater, One Storefront at a Time

Rashada Dawan, foreground, with Emma Sipora Tyler and Tyler Symone in a storefront theater production of “Caroline, or Change.”
Critic’s Notebook: In ‘A Star Is Born,’ Lady Gaga Pits Pop Against Authenticity

Critic’s Notebook: In ‘A Star Is Born,’ Lady Gaga Pits Pop Against Authenticity

In “A Star Is Born,” the music made by Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) is seen as more authentic than that made by Ally (Lady Gaga). On the soundtrack, however, she gets all of the better songs.
A Mysterious Fossil Points to the Origins of Lizards and Snakes

A Mysterious Fossil Points to the Origins of Lizards and Snakes

The fossil of Megachirella, a 240 million-year-old lizard found in the Italian Alps.
Deadly Limo Crash: Vehicle ‘Was Not Supposed to Be on the Road’

Deadly Limo Crash: Vehicle ‘Was Not Supposed to Be on the Road’

Mourners gathered at a candlelight vigil on Monday in Amsterdam, N.Y., for victims of the limousine crash that killed 20 people.
Hubble Telescope, Disoriented by Mechanical Failure, Takes a Nap to Reboot

Hubble Telescope, Disoriented by Mechanical Failure, Takes a Nap to Reboot

Repairs being made on the Hubble Space Telescope in 1993. The telescope carries a total of six gyroscopes, but only three were active when it began experiencing problems on Friday.
In a Mississippi Restaurant, Two Americas Coexist Side by Side

In a Mississippi Restaurant, Two Americas Coexist Side by Side

Lovetta Green stayed away from President Trump’s rally last week because she dislikes him so much. “When he gets up to talk, I just change the TV,” she said.
Nonfiction: Michael Lewis Wonders Who’s Really Running the Government

Nonfiction: Michael Lewis Wonders Who’s Really Running the Government

Secretary of Energy Rick Perry at an energy facility in Maryland earlier this year.

How to Get 1.4 Million New Voters

A November ballot measure in Florida could restore voting rights to ex-felons and forever change national politics.
Hurricane Michael May Hit Florida as Category 3 Storm

Hurricane Michael May Hit Florida as Category 3 Storm

A satellite image showed Tropical Storm Michael churning toward the Florida Panhandle on Sunday.