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Three Generations of a Canadian Family Died in Ethiopian Plane Crash

Three Generations of a Canadian Family Died in Ethiopian Plane Crash

Manant Vaidya and his wife, Hiral. Mr. Vaidya lost his mother, father, sister, brother-in-law and two teenage nieces in the Ethiopian plane crash.
The Biden Paradox, and How to Solve It

The Biden Paradox, and How to Solve It

Joe Biden’s long record of public service includes problematic episodes that could stop him from getting his party's nod.

With Shows Like ‘The Other Two,’ Comedy Central Looks Beyond Its Core

The network’s primary audience has long been young white guys. A slate of new shows demonstrate how the brand is expanding beyond that more than ever before.

How to Choose Between Wired and Wireless Charging

Wireless charging is included in most new phones, and the chargers are more affordable than ever. We break down when it’s great, and when wired is still better.
The Pour: Leaving It All Behind for the Love of Nebbiolo

The Pour: Leaving It All Behind for the Love of Nebbiolo

Luke Lambert and his dog, Smudgey-Wudgey-Fudgey-Doo-Daa (he answers to Smudge), on the site of the Sparkletown winery Mr. Lambert is building on the outskirts of the Yarra Valley wine appellation.
The Brexit Plan Just Failed Again in Parliament: What Happened, and What’s Next?

The Brexit Plan Just Failed Again in Parliament: What Happened, and What’s Next?

Anti-Brexit demonstrators outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Tuesday. A vote on Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union is potentially a definitive test for the battle-worn prime
Theresa May’s Brexit Deal Fails Again in Parliament, Sowing Confusion

Theresa May’s Brexit Deal Fails Again in Parliament, Sowing Confusion

Anti-Brexit demonstrators outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Tuesday. A vote on Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union is potentially a definitive test for the battle-worn prime
A Dead Baby Was Found in a Ditch in 1981. DNA Helped Charge the Mother With Murder.

A Dead Baby Was Found in a Ditch in 1981. DNA Helped Charge the Mother With Murder.

People gathered to bury Andrew John Doe, an infant who was found dead in a ditch in Sioux Falls, S.D., in 1981.
How Many Defeats Can Britain Take?

How Many Defeats Can Britain Take?

A Brexit supporter in London. On Tuesday, Prime Minister Theresa May again failed to secure Britain’s orderly exit from the European Union.
Arjen Robben Has Been Cutting Left His Entire Career. So Why Can’t Anyone Stop Him?

Arjen Robben Has Been Cutting Left His Entire Career. So Why Can’t Anyone Stop Him?

Arjen Robben in a Champions League game against Benfica. He has been cutting in from the right to shoot for more than a decade.
Cardinal George Pell of Australia Sentenced to Six Years in Prison

Cardinal George Pell of Australia Sentenced to Six Years in Prison

Cardinal George Pell before a hearing in Melbourne, Australia, last month. He was convicted in December of sexually abusing two boys in the 1990s.
Washington Memo: Mueller Report Has Washington Spinning (and It’s Not Even Filed)

Washington Memo: Mueller Report Has Washington Spinning (and It’s Not Even Filed)

President Trump at the White House last week. Although Mr. Trump has repeatedly referred in all caps to the special counsel investigation as a “WITCH HUNT,” his White House has done little to prepare