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Finland’s Scene-Stealing First Dog Is Missed During Dull Election

Finland’s Scene-Stealing First Dog Is Missed During Dull Election

President Sauli Niinisto of Finland, with his wife, Jenni Haukio, and their dog, Lennu.
Czech Republic Re-elects Milos Zeman, Populist Leader and Foe of Migrants

Czech Republic Re-elects Milos Zeman, Populist Leader and Foe of Migrants

President Milos Zeman in Prague in January. His often-caustic brand of populism has stoked resentment toward Muslim immigrants.
News Analysis: As Gridlock Deepens in Congress, Only Gloom Is Bipartisan

News Analysis: As Gridlock Deepens in Congress, Only Gloom Is Bipartisan

If tensions between Republicans and Democrats in Congress do not cool, the parties might careen toward another fiscal showdown in February.
Billionaire Saudi Prince, Alwaleed bin Talal, Is Freed From Detention

Billionaire Saudi Prince, Alwaleed bin Talal, Is Freed From Detention

Saudi Arabia’s most prominent investor, he had been detained in the Ritz-Carlton in the capital after a mass crackdown on corruption.
Caroline Wozniacki Defeats Simona Halep to Win Australian Open

Caroline Wozniacki Defeats Simona Halep to Win Australian Open

Caroline Wozniacki won her first Grand Slam title with a 7-6 (2), 3-6, 6-4 victory in the Australian Open women’s singles final on Saturday.
Kaia Gerber’s Dad Was a Model, Too

Kaia Gerber’s Dad Was a Model, Too

The Gerber family at their house in Malibu, Calif. From left: Presley Gerber, Kaia Gerber, Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford.
Table for Three: The Mind Meld of Bill Gates and Steven Pinker

Table for Three: The Mind Meld of Bill Gates and Steven Pinker

Online praise from Bill Gates, right, helped make a best-seller of “The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined,” by Steven Pinker, left, six years after its original publication.
In Kenya, and Across Africa, an Unexpected Epidemic: Obesity

In Kenya, and Across Africa, an Unexpected Epidemic: Obesity

Valentine Akinyi talks with her son, Driffal, 11, outside their Nairobi home in the Kibera section of the city.
Reese Witherspoon’s Second Act: Big-Time Producer

Reese Witherspoon’s Second Act: Big-Time Producer

The Hello Sunshine production team, from left: Colleen McGuinness, Sarah Harden, Reese Witherspoon, Nichelle Tramble, Charlotte Koh and Lauren Levy Neustadter.
Every One of the World’s Big Economies Is Now Growing

Every One of the World’s Big Economies Is Now Growing

The reawakening of Europe, combined with growth in the United States, has kept Chinese industry humming to satisfy demand for goods, from auto parts to tools to clothing.
‘It’s a Massacre’: Blast in Kabul Deepens Toll of a Long War

‘It’s a Massacre’: Blast in Kabul Deepens Toll of a Long War

Injured Afghans ran from the scene of the blast, stepping over the dead and the wounded. Kabul’s hospitals were overwhelmed by the number of injured people.
Hong Kong Bars Democracy Advocate From Running for Legislature

Hong Kong Bars Democracy Advocate From Running for Legislature

Agnes Chow campaigning for Hong Kong’s Legislative Council this month. Her party, Demosisto, says the city should hold a referendum to decide its future after 2047, when China’s promises of autonomy
Coming U.S. List of Oligarchs Linked to Putin Alarms Russia’s Rich

Coming U.S. List of Oligarchs Linked to Putin Alarms Russia’s Rich

Wealthy Russians with close ties to President Vladimir V. Putin have become so worried about the report that they have hired a cavalcade of lobbyists to make sure they are not listed.
Op-Ed Contributor: How the Holocaust Haunts Eastern Europe

Op-Ed Contributor: How the Holocaust Haunts Eastern Europe

A German soldier aiming his rifle at a woman and her child in Ivangorod, Ukraine, in 1942.
Op-Ed Columnist: Once Again: How Hillary Holds Up

Op-Ed Columnist: Once Again: How Hillary Holds Up

Hillary Clinton after winning the Nevada Democratic caucus vote in 2008.
Op-Ed Contributor: Will America Stand Again With the World’s Refugees?

Op-Ed Contributor: Will America Stand Again With the World’s Refugees?

Demonstrators protesting President Trump’s first travel ban, in January 2017.
Stephen Wynn, Casino Mogul, Accused of Decades of Sexual Misconduct

Stephen Wynn, Casino Mogul, Accused of Decades of Sexual Misconduct

Stephen Wynn, chairman and chief executive of Wynn Resorts, with his wife, Andrea Hissom. Fallout from the disclosure of allegations of sexual misconduct against Mr. Wynn mounted on Friday.
Op-Ed Columnist: Open Societies Under Siege

Op-Ed Columnist: Open Societies Under Siege

Far-right nationalist groups held a rally in Warsaw in November.