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Early Hall of Fame Voting for 2018 Shows No Surge for Bonds and Clemens

Early Hall of Fame Voting for 2018 Shows No Surge for Bonds and Clemens

Barry Bonds, the career home run leader, was on 53.8 percent of the Hall of Fame ballots last year. He needed 75 percent for enshrinement.
Courts Must Better Police Themselves on Harassment, Chief Justice Says

Courts Must Better Police Themselves on Harassment, Chief Justice Says

Judge Alex Kozinski of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit retired two weeks ago after 15 women accused him of sexual harassment.
How Do You Vote? 50 Million Google Images Give a Clue

How Do You Vote? 50 Million Google Images Give a Clue

Timnit Gebru led the research effort at Stanford University that analyzed 50 million images and location data from Google Street View, the street-scene feature of the online giant’s mapping service.
From Trump to #MeToo: A Dizzying Year in TV News

From Trump to #MeToo: A Dizzying Year in TV News

Matt Lauer, left, interviewing Bill O’Reilly in September. They were two of the powerful TV personalities dismissed because of sexual harassment claims in 2017.
How Do You Turn an Ad Into a Meme? Two Words: Dilly Dilly

How Do You Turn an Ad Into a Meme? Two Words: Dilly Dilly

A salutation at the center of a Wieden & Kennedy advertising campaign for Bud Light has caught on, especially among sports fans.
Tax Law Offers a Carrot to Gig Workers. But It May Have Costs.

Tax Law Offers a Carrot to Gig Workers. But It May Have Costs.

The tax bill signed by President Trump could let independent contractors like Uber drivers claim a 20 percent deduction on their earnings. But some labor advocates say the provision could ultimately
Cruise Ships Have Made Bar Harbor Popular. But Have They Ruined It?

Cruise Ships Have Made Bar Harbor Popular. But Have They Ruined It?

A cruise operated by Royal Caribbean International in Frenchman Bay, off the coast of Bar Harbor, Me.
The Acrobatic Artwork That Pretty Much Sums Up 2017

The Acrobatic Artwork That Pretty Much Sums Up 2017

Yoann Bourgeois’s performance piece “The Mechanics of History” at the Panthéon in Paris.
Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 17 at Funeral in Afghanistan

Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 17 at Funeral in Afghanistan

Maqam Khan cemetery outside Jalalabad, Afghanistan, on Sunday after a bomber detonated an explosive vest during the funeral of a former district chief.
Merkel’s Wishes for 2018: More Empathy and a New Government

Merkel’s Wishes for 2018: More Empathy and a New Government

In her New Year’s address, an annual televised event, Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke about fears of a rift in German society.
Colorado Gunman Shoots 5 Officers Near Denver, One Fatally

Colorado Gunman Shoots 5 Officers Near Denver, One Fatally

The scene of the shooting at the Copper Canyon apartment complex in Highlands Ranch, Colo., where a sheriff’s deputy was killed on Sunday.
Even in Poland, Workers’ Wages Flow to North Korea

Even in Poland, Workers’ Wages Flow to North Korea

A shipyard in Police, Poland, where North Koreans have worked. The Polish government has pledged to phase out work permits for North Koreans, but the practice continues.
Laughter, Then Horror, as Flames Engulfed Upscale Mumbai Restaurants

Laughter, Then Horror, as Flames Engulfed Upscale Mumbai Restaurants

The fire in Mumbai, India, on Friday, destroyed two restaurants and left at least 14 people dead.
In Congo, 8 Killed and Altar Boys Arrested Amid Crackdown on Protests

In Congo, 8 Killed and Altar Boys Arrested Amid Crackdown on Protests

President Joseph Kabila on a billboard in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. As Mr. Kabila’s government has stalled in organizing elections, anger across the country has risen.

A Year in Bloopers: The Making of The Daily 360

Happy New Year from the Daily 360 team! We've made 435 videos in 426 days. Here are some of the moments that didn’t make the cut. Pro tip: If you can see the camera, the camera can see you.
Rouhani Urges Calm in Iran as Protests Continue

Rouhani Urges Calm in Iran as Protests Continue

Iranian riot police officers tossed smoke grenades on Saturday at a protest at Tehran University.