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Fire Kills 3 in Close-Knit Queens Village Community

Fire Kills 3 in Close-Knit Queens Village Community

A house fire on Saturday in Queens Village killed three people and critically injured three others. In all, firefighters removed 11 people from the home.
Australia Pledges Millions of Dollars in Bid to Rescue Great Barrier Reef

Australia Pledges Millions of Dollars in Bid to Rescue Great Barrier Reef

Rib Reef, part of the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia. The reef’s health and prospects are increasingly grim.
Injecting Drugs Can Ruin a Heart. How Many Second Chances Should a User Get?

Injecting Drugs Can Ruin a Heart. How Many Second Chances Should a User Get?

Dr. Thomas Pollard, a cardiothoracic surgeon in Knoxville, Tenn., and his team working to replace heart valves that had been damaged from endocarditis, an infection the patient developed from
‘Hair’ 50 Years Later: Readers Tell Us When They Let the Sunshine In

‘Hair’ 50 Years Later: Readers Tell Us When They Let the Sunshine In

A scene from "Hair" at the Public Theater in 1967. The production moved to Broadway the following year in April.
To Build Dubai of the Balkans, Serbia Deploys Bulldozers and Baseball Bats

To Build Dubai of the Balkans, Serbia Deploys Bulldozers and Baseball Bats

A billboard advertising the $3.6 billion Belgrade Waterfront development project in Serbia. People who live in work in the area and have refused to leave say they have been threatened.
Kim Says He’d End North Korea Nuclear Pursuit for U.S. Truce

Kim Says He’d End North Korea Nuclear Pursuit for U.S. Truce

President Moon Jae-in of South Korea, right, toasting on Friday with Kim Jong-un, the leader of North Korea, center, and Mr. Kim’s wife, Ri Sol-ju, in the border village of Panmunjom.
What May Life in Italy Be Like Under the Right? These Immigrants Already Know

What May Life in Italy Be Like Under the Right? These Immigrants Already Know

Stefania Granata, left, teaching an Italian class for migrant mothers in Sesto San Giovanni, outside Milan.
J Sainsbury and Asda, Leading British Grocers, in Talks to Merge

J Sainsbury and Asda, Leading British Grocers, in Talks to Merge

In recent years the grocery chain J Sainsbury has turned to deal making to address its weaknesses in the retail market.
In a Very Different Washington, Trump Unloads on a Litany of Adversaries

In a Very Different Washington, Trump Unloads on a Litany of Adversaries

In a speech that lasted for more than an hour, President Trump sought to reinforce his position as a Washington outsider victimized by a system threatened by his presidency.
Larry Harvey, the Man Behind Burning Man, Is Dead at 70

Larry Harvey, the Man Behind Burning Man, Is Dead at 70

Larry Harvey, the driving force behind the Burning Man festival, with Marian Goodell of the Burning Man organization in San Francisco in 1998.
Pompeo’s Message to Saudis? Enough Is Enough: Stop Qatar Blockade

Pompeo’s Message to Saudis? Enough Is Enough: Stop Qatar Blockade

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was met by the Saudi foreign minister, Adel Al-Jubeir, upon his arrival in Riyadh.
Toxic Caterpillars Invading Parts of London, Officials Warn

Toxic Caterpillars Invading Parts of London, Officials Warn

A nest of caterpillars of the oak processionary moth, in Hamburg, Germany, in 2014. Their bristles have a toxin that can cause skin irritations, allergies and asthma attacks in humans.
Officers’ Names Remain Secret Weeks After Fatal Shooting of a Black Man in California

Officers’ Names Remain Secret Weeks After Fatal Shooting of a Black Man in California

Mourners preparing to release balloons shaped like doves for Diante Yarber at the Barstow Church of God in Christ in Barstow, Calif., on Friday.
The Forgotten Anger of ‘Our Bodies, Ourselves’

The Forgotten Anger of ‘Our Bodies, Ourselves’

“Women and Their Bodies” (1970) was stapled pages, distributed by hand.