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Fire Strikes Hallowed Site in Tibet, the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa

It was unclear how much damage the blaze did to the ancient Buddhist temple. But to many Tibetans, any harm to the site would be a harsh blow.
To Stir Discord in 2016, Russians Turned Most Often to Facebook

To Stir Discord in 2016, Russians Turned Most Often to Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, faces renewed questions about why the social network didn’t catch the Russian activity earlier or do more to stop it.
Driven From Island Homes by Storms, Dialysis Patients Can Do Little but Wait

Driven From Island Homes by Storms, Dialysis Patients Can Do Little but Wait

Juanita Edwards of St. Croix spends most of her days in bed watching the news and sleeping in between her dialysis treatments in Atlanta.
In Wake of Florida Massacre, Gun Control Advocates Look to Connecticut

In Wake of Florida Massacre, Gun Control Advocates Look to Connecticut

A Connecticut State Police detective holding a Bushmaster AR-15 rifle, the same make and model of gun that Adam Lanza used to kill 20 students and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in
Trump’s National Security Chief Calls Russian Interference ‘Incontrovertible’

Trump’s National Security Chief Calls Russian Interference ‘Incontrovertible’

The national security adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, in Munich on Saturday.
Theresa May, in Munich, Calls for Swift Security Pact and Offers Concession

Theresa May, in Munich, Calls for Swift Security Pact and Offers Concession

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday in Germany.
As Ramaphosa Hails a ‘New Dawn,’ South Africans See More of the Same

As Ramaphosa Hails a ‘New Dawn,’ South Africans See More of the Same

South Africa’s new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, arriving at Parliament in Cape Town on Friday for his first state of the nation address.
News Analysis: Trump’s Conspicuous Silence Leaves a Struggle Against Russia Without a Leader

News Analysis: Trump’s Conspicuous Silence Leaves a Struggle Against Russia Without a Leader

President Trump in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Friday. Mr. Trump has made little, if any public, effort to rally the nation to confront Moscow for its electoral intrusion or to defend democratic
The Look: The Peculiar Position of India’s Third Gender

The Look: The Peculiar Position of India’s Third Gender

Radhika’s “daughters,” as she affectionately calls them, pose for a portrait near their shared settlement in Mumbai, India. The hijra community is hierarchical, such that more experienced and mature
Pope Revives Sexual Abuse Commission Amid Criticism of Vatican

Pope Revives Sexual Abuse Commission Amid Criticism of Vatican

Pope Francis leaving the Basilica of Saint Anselm before Ash Wednesday Mass in Rome. His initial defense of a priest accused of abuse had outraged Chile.
Vietnam '67: The Battle for Hue, 1968

Vietnam '67: The Battle for Hue, 1968

A Marine, draped with machine gun rounds, waits to see if a squad of North Vietnamese soldiers breaks cover.
Op-Ed Contributor: Nikki Haley: The U.N.’s Uncomfortable Truths About Iran

Op-Ed Contributor: Nikki Haley: The U.N.’s Uncomfortable Truths About Iran

The remains of what the United States said was an Iranian rocket’s Qiam guidance component on display in Washington in December.
Trilobites: Coffee Beans Are Good for Birds, Fancy Brew or Not

Trilobites: Coffee Beans Are Good for Birds, Fancy Brew or Not

A Malabar pied hornbill, one of 204 species of bird found on coffee plantations in a new study, which found that the tree cover from shade-grown coffee farms provides a welcome habitat for all kinds
The New Old Age: America at Home: Grandparents in the Attic, Children in the Basement

The New Old Age: America at Home: Grandparents in the Attic, Children in the Basement

Susan Yarbrough, right, lives with her mother, Betsy Yarbrough, and their dog, Maddie, in Johns Creek, Ga. The Yarbroughs share the house and its duties, part of a nationwide uptick in shared and
What We Know About Russians Sanctioned by the United States

What We Know About Russians Sanctioned by the United States

55 Savushkina Street in St. Petersburg, Russia, the former home of the Internet Research Agency.
Meet America’s Syrian Allies Who Helped Defeat ISIS

Meet America’s Syrian Allies Who Helped Defeat ISIS

Najim Muhammad, 38, deputy commander of the Manbij Military Council, at its headquarters in Manbij, Syria.
The WeWork Manifesto: First, Office Space. Next, the World.

The WeWork Manifesto: First, Office Space. Next, the World.

One of the WeWork common spaces in downtown Manhattan. In just eight years, WeWork has built a global network of 212 shared working spaces and has been valued at $20 billion.
Jake Shears, of Scissor Sisters, Stages His Own Comeback

Jake Shears, of Scissor Sisters, Stages His Own Comeback

Jake Shears, formerly of the glam-rock band Scissor Sisters, in his Broadway dressing room. He stars in the musical “Kinky Boots.”