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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.
Artist Says Kendrick Lamar Video for ‘Black Panther’ Song Stole Her Work

Artist Says Kendrick Lamar Video for ‘Black Panther’ Song Stole Her Work

Left, an image from the video for “All the Stars” by Kendrick Lamar and SZA; right, the painting “Constellation I” by Lina Iris Viktor.
Weinstein Company Sale Delayed by N.Y. Attorney General Lawsuit

Weinstein Company Sale Delayed by N.Y. Attorney General Lawsuit

Eric T. Schneiderman, New York’s attorney general, speaking to reporters in August. Mr. Schneiderman filed a lawsuit against the Weinstein Company on Sunday and demanded that any victims of Harvey
With Gaza in Financial Crisis, Fears That ‘an Explosion’s Coming’

With Gaza in Financial Crisis, Fears That ‘an Explosion’s Coming’

A woman begged for money as residents of Gaza lined up to withdraw what money they could from A.T.M.s at the Bank of Palestine in Gaza City.
Asma Jahangir, Fearless Pakistani Rights Activist, Dies at 66

Asma Jahangir, Fearless Pakistani Rights Activist, Dies at 66

Asma Jahangir, a human rights lawyer, in Lahore in 2014. “I will not leave,” she said. “My ancestors are buried here, and my life is here.”
Fashion Review: Beyond Business as Usual

Fashion Review: Beyond Business as Usual

Backstage at Alexander Wang’s fall 2018 fashion collection.
Catholic Bishop Says He’s Willing to Step Down for Vatican Deal With Beijing

Catholic Bishop Says He’s Willing to Step Down for Vatican Deal With Beijing

Chinese Catholic altar boys at a Palm Sunday Mass last year at an underground or unofficial church near Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province, China.
Tillerson’s Mideast Trip Was Already Daunting. Then Israel and Iran Collided.

Tillerson’s Mideast Trip Was Already Daunting. Then Israel and Iran Collided.

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson’s planned five-nation tour of the Middle East looks to be the most challenging trip of his tenure.
Harvard Chooses Lawrence Bacow as Its Next President

Harvard Chooses Lawrence Bacow as Its Next President

Lawrence S. Bacow in Loeb House at Harvard. Mr. Bacow was named the the university’s 29th president and will take over in July.
Editorial: Trouble in Maldives Paradise Could Become a Global Threat

Editorial: Trouble in Maldives Paradise Could Become a Global Threat

Police officers detaining a protester who was demanding the release of political prisoners. Supporters of political parties that oppose the nation’s government have clashed with authorities in the
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Channeling Putin in Cairo

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Channeling Putin in Cairo

A campaign poster for President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt in Cairo this month.
To Knock Out Knockoffs, Knock Off Knockoffs

To Knock Out Knockoffs, Knock Off Knockoffs

Shoppers in line at the faux Diesel pop-up on Canal Street in SoHo.
NASA Budgets for a Trip to the Moon, but Not While Trump Is President

NASA Budgets for a Trip to the Moon, but Not While Trump Is President

Vice President Mike Pence at the National Space Council’s first meeting in Chantilly, Va., in October.
Nancy Pelosi Wants to Take Back the House. But She Faces a More Urgent Test.

Nancy Pelosi Wants to Take Back the House. But She Faces a More Urgent Test.

Representative Nancy Pelosi with reporters on Capitol Hill on Wednesday after giving a more than eight-hour speech.