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‘Interrupters’ Peek at Social Media to Stop Street Violence

‘Interrupters’ Peek at Social Media to Stop Street Violence

Felix Polanco, program supervisor of True2Life, at work in his office in the Central Family Life Center in Staten Island.
Review: The Elusive Jonas Kaufmann Finally Returns to New York

Review: The Elusive Jonas Kaufmann Finally Returns to New York

The star tenor Jonas Kaufmann at Carnegie Hall on Saturday, with the pianist Helmut Deutsch. Mr. Kaufmann had canceled several New York performances in recent years.
On Tennis: Momentum Builds Toward Grigor Dimitrov’s Grand Slam Breakthrough

On Tennis: Momentum Builds Toward Grigor Dimitrov’s Grand Slam Breakthrough

Grigor Dimitrov defeated Nick Kyrgios, 7-6 (3), 7-6 (4), 4-6, 7-6 (4), to reach the Australian Open quarterfinals.
Angela Merkel Inches Closer to Germany Coalition Government

Angela Merkel Inches Closer to Germany Coalition Government

Chancellor Angela Merkel with Horst Seehofer, the leader of the Bavarian Christian Democrats, left, and Martin Schulz, the leader of the German Social Democrats, after coalition talks in Berlin this
Inside Amazon Go, a Store of the Future

Inside Amazon Go, a Store of the Future

A row of gates guards the entrance to Amazon Go.
Side Street: The Slow-Motion Unraveling of an Immigrant Family

Side Street: The Slow-Motion Unraveling of an Immigrant Family

Liany Guerrero and her family applied for political asylum in 2001 after fleeing threats of violence in Colombia. With their request denied, her husband has already been deported while she has 30 days
Now on Stage, Stormy Daniels: A Strip Club and a Presidency Meet After Dark

Now on Stage, Stormy Daniels: A Strip Club and a Presidency Meet After Dark

The music came on. The clothes came off. And an airport strip club in South Carolina claimed its piece of the American presidency.
Fire Traps Workers in Delhi Factory, Killing at Least 17

Fire Traps Workers in Delhi Factory, Killing at Least 17

Women in New Delhi mourning a victim on Sunday of a fire at a factory that left at least 17 dead.
After a Wild Week for Trump, ‘S.N.L.’ Asks, ‘What Even Matters Anymore?’

After a Wild Week for Trump, ‘S.N.L.’ Asks, ‘What Even Matters Anymore?’

Colin Jost, right, with Kate McKinnon as Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Siege at Kabul Hotel Caps a Violent 24 Hours in Afghanistan

Siege at Kabul Hotel Caps a Violent 24 Hours in Afghanistan

Security forces on Sunday near the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan, the site of a 14-hour gun battle with assailants.
North Korean Pop Singer Leads Pre-Olympic Delegation to South

North Korean Pop Singer Leads Pre-Olympic Delegation to South

The singer Hyon Song-wol, head of a North Korean Olympics advance team, arriving in Gangneung, South Korea, on Sunday.
1 Son, 4 Overdoses, 6 Hours

1 Son, 4 Overdoses, 6 Hours

Patrick Griffin was high from shooting up as he hugged his sister, Betsy. Their father, Dennis, right, and his ex-wife had spent the afternoon trying, unsuccessfully, to convince Patrick to check into
On Paris’s Icy Streets, Migrants Wait for Word on Refuge

On Paris’s Icy Streets, Migrants Wait for Word on Refuge

Jibran, a migrant from Afghanistan, in Paris. At every stop on his journey from his homeland, he has searched for his eldest brother, who fled the Taliban and disappeared three years ago.
How a ‘Perfect Storm’ in New Hampshire Has Fueled an Opioid Crisis

How a ‘Perfect Storm’ in New Hampshire Has Fueled an Opioid Crisis

Justin Lerra hugged his girlfriend, Sarah, who was pregnant, as he turned himself in to the Manchester, N.H., fire station to get treatment for his opioid addiction. She had insisted he get treatment
Michigan State Trustee Asks President to Resign Over Nassar Scandal

Michigan State Trustee Asks President to Resign Over Nassar Scandal

Lou Anna Simon, the president of Michigan State University. She was publicly asked to resign on Saturday by Mitch Lyons, one of eight members of the university’s board of trustees.
How Corruption and Cronyism in Banking Fueled Iran’s Protests

How Corruption and Cronyism in Banking Fueled Iran’s Protests

Exchange rates posted on a store window on Thursday in Tehran's financial district.