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On Pro Basketball: Milos Teodosic Is for Real, Even if That Cheeseburger Story May Not Be

On Pro Basketball: Milos Teodosic Is for Real, Even if That Cheeseburger Story May Not Be

Milos Teodosic, the 30-year-old Serbian rookie on the Los Angeles Clippers, digs into a breakfast sandwich. A cheeseburger it is not.
Planners of Deadly Charlottesville Rally Are Tested in Court

Planners of Deadly Charlottesville Rally Are Tested in Court

James Alex Fields Jr. drove a car into a crowd of people during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., in August.
The Interpreter: How Germany’s New Coalition Explains Europe’s Uncertain Future

The Interpreter: How Germany’s New Coalition Explains Europe’s Uncertain Future

Germany’s new coalition: Left, Horst Seehofer, leader of the conservative Christian Social Union; Chancellor Angela Merkel; and Martin Schulz, leader of the Social Democrats.
The Most Dreaded Opponent at the Olympics: The Common Cold

The Most Dreaded Opponent at the Olympics: The Common Cold

Lari Lehtonen of Finland, left, alongside Canada’s Graeme Killick during the 30k cross-country skiing event in Pyeongchang on Sunday. Lehtonen, like many athletes, went to great lengths to avoid
Puerto Rico Hit by Blackouts After Power Station Blast

Puerto Rico Hit by Blackouts After Power Station Blast

Ambulances at an electric substation on Sunday after an explosion and fire caused a blackout in parts of San Juan, P.R.
Even Australia’s Medical Marijuana Poster Boy Can’t Get the Drug

Even Australia’s Medical Marijuana Poster Boy Can’t Get the Drug

Lindsay Carter, 19, at home with his mother during a “focal seizure,” which temporarily blocks his ability to speak or comprehend. Medical marijuana has helped him manage his epilepsy, but the drug is
Olympic Figure Skating: Canada Wins Team Gold; U.S. Grabs Bronze

Olympic Figure Skating: Canada Wins Team Gold; U.S. Grabs Bronze

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir won the free dance to give Canada a comfortable victory in the team competition.
Abuse Case Exposes Fissures in a White House in Turmoil

Abuse Case Exposes Fissures in a White House in Turmoil

While said to be frustrated with his chief of staff, John F. Kelly, President Trump sought to tamp down talk that he would be pushed out.
A Famed Fishing Port Shudders as Its Codfather Goes to Jail

A Famed Fishing Port Shudders as Its Codfather Goes to Jail

Fishing boats owned by Carlos Rafael at the New Bedford waterfront.
Review: ‘Returning to Reims’ and Those European Working-Class Blues

Review: ‘Returning to Reims’ and Those European Working-Class Blues

Bush Moukarzel, left, and Nina Hoss in the play “Returning to Reims” at the St. Ann’s Warehouse.
Op-Ed Columnist: G.O.P. Visions of Tectonic Realignment

Op-Ed Columnist: G.O.P. Visions of Tectonic Realignment

Tom Price, then the health and human services secretary, led his fellow Republicans in a round of applause during a ceremony last May celebrating their party’s legislation to repeal and replace
Israel’s Clash With Iran and Syria: 5 Takeaways

Israel’s Clash With Iran and Syria: 5 Takeaways

Israeli soldiers inspecting the site where an Israeli F-16 fighter jet crashed on Saturday, returning from a mission over Syria.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trumpism for Thee, but Not for Me

Op-Ed Columnist: Trumpism for Thee, but Not for Me

A petroleum platform off the California coast. The Trump administration announced a big expansion in offshore oil drilling last month, but exempted Florida.
Election Losses Test Sri Lanka’s Leader, and the Country’s Direction

Election Losses Test Sri Lanka’s Leader, and the Country’s Direction

Sri Lankans at a polling station in Colombo, the capital, on Saturday. The results of local elections may signal what direction the island nation takes in its transition from decades of a civil war.
Trump’s Infrastructure Plan: Modest Federal Incentives, Facing Long Odds

Trump’s Infrastructure Plan: Modest Federal Incentives, Facing Long Odds

Lake Pontchartrain Causeway in Louisiana. The president will call for a $1.5 trillion infrastructure initiative that matches up to $100 billion provided by states and cities.
Kobani Journal: By Light of a Blood Moon, Life Returns to a Bombed-Out Syrian Landscape

Kobani Journal: By Light of a Blood Moon, Life Returns to a Bombed-Out Syrian Landscape

At dusk, Fatma Muhammed, 34, stood outside her house with one of her nine children in Kobani, Syria.