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‘Testilying’ by Police: A Stubborn Problem

‘Testilying’ by Police: A Stubborn Problem

Kimberly Thomas was arrested on gun charges in the Bronx that were later dropped. “For 396 days I have been fighting for my life, my freedom and my sanity,” she said.
Boko Haram’s Seizure of 110 Girls Taunts Nigeria, and Its Leader

Boko Haram’s Seizure of 110 Girls Taunts Nigeria, and Its Leader

President Muhammadu Buhari addressing the parents of the kidnapped girls in Dapchi, Nigeria, on Wednesday. He has said he intends to negotiate for their release.
Syrian Rebels, Backed by Turkey, Seize Control of Afrin

Syrian Rebels, Backed by Turkey, Seize Control of Afrin

Turkish-backed Syrian rebels in Afrin, Syria, on Sunday, after seizing control of the city.
Is Richard Carranza Ready to Run America’s Biggest School System?

Is Richard Carranza Ready to Run America’s Biggest School System?

Richard A. Carranza will become chancellor of the New York City school system, with its 1.1 million students, 75,000 teachers and 1,800 schools, on April 2.
U.K. Lawmakers Say Britain Should Consider Delaying Brexit

U.K. Lawmakers Say Britain Should Consider Delaying Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain is walking a political tightrope, having to deal with those in her cabinet and her Conservative Party who want a clean break with the European Union.
China to Name New Central Bank Chief as It Seeks Continuity Amid Change

China to Name New Central Bank Chief as It Seeks Continuity Amid Change

Yi Gang, deputy governor of China’s central bank, in Washington in 2014. The American-educated economist is set to succeed Zhou Xiaochuan, the central bank’s governor.
Britain Says It Has Proof Russia Stockpiled Lethal Nerve Agent

Britain Says It Has Proof Russia Stockpiled Lethal Nerve Agent

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Sunday that Britain had proof that Russia had been actively researching the use of nerve agents for use in assassinations.
Nancy Pelosi Wants to Lead. House Democratic Candidates Aren’t So Sure.

Nancy Pelosi Wants to Lead. House Democratic Candidates Aren’t So Sure.

Representative Nancy Pelosi, the House minority leader, faces a growing challenge within her party. “I was just in D.C. and that’s the advice everybody gives: Don’t say you’re for Pelosi,” a former
Offshore Oil and Gas Operators Want Less Regulation, but Surprise Inspections Find Serious Safety Problems

Offshore Oil and Gas Operators Want Less Regulation, but Surprise Inspections Find Serious Safety Problems

An oil rig worker in 2006. An increase in lift-related accidents in the offshore drilling industry last year led to surprise inspections from Interior Department officials.
‘S.N.L.’ Takes Aim at Betsy DeVos, Jeff Sessions and Rex Tillerson

‘S.N.L.’ Takes Aim at Betsy DeVos, Jeff Sessions and Rex Tillerson

Colin Jost with Kate McKinnon, who played Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on “Saturday Night Live.” “Look, I may not be very good on camera,” McKinnon said, “but behind the scenes, my ideas are much
Putin Wins Russia Election, and Broad Mandate for 4th Term

Putin Wins Russia Election, and Broad Mandate for 4th Term

President Vladimir V. Putin at his campaign headquarters in Moscow on Sunday.
Who Owns the Vikings? Pagans, Neo-Nazis and Advertisers Tussle Over Symbols

Who Owns the Vikings? Pagans, Neo-Nazis and Advertisers Tussle Over Symbols

A worshiper holding Thor’s hammer at a pagan ceremony in Sweden conducted by the Nordic Asa Community.
Adrián Lamo, Hacker Who Reported Chelsea Manning to the F.B.I., Dies at 37

Adrián Lamo, Hacker Who Reported Chelsea Manning to the F.B.I., Dies at 37

Adrian Lamo, a hacker who made headlines for breaking into the computer networks of The New York Times and other major corporations, in 2011. Mr. Lamo, 37, was found dead on Wednesday in a Kansas
Embracing China, Facebook and Himself, Cambodia’s Ruler Digs In

Embracing China, Facebook and Himself, Cambodia’s Ruler Digs In

Chinese tourists at a casino’s Lunar New Year banquet in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. Chinese arrivals to the emergent gambling hub rose by nearly 200 percent last year.
AIDS Researcher Top Candidate to Lead the C.D.C.

AIDS Researcher Top Candidate to Lead the C.D.C.

Dr. Robert R. Redfield, a founder of the Institute of Human Virology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, is the leading candidate to head the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
After Historic Victory, U.M.B.C. Students Look Forward to the Next … Lab

After Historic Victory, U.M.B.C. Students Look Forward to the Next … Lab

Jennifer Wachtel, a 2015 graduate of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, took a selfie on campus on Saturday with an electronic billboard celebrating the upset by its men’s basketball team