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Suspect in Times Square Bombing Leaves Trail of Mystery

Suspect in Times Square Bombing Leaves Trail of Mystery

Akayed Ullah, the suspect in the subway terror attack, in custody later on Monday. The photograph was provided by a city employee.
Trilobites: New Pacific Island Could Resemble Ancient Martian Volcanoes

Trilobites: New Pacific Island Could Resemble Ancient Martian Volcanoes

The crater lake from the summit rim at the center of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai, which was formed by an underwater volcanic eruption in 2014. Scientists studying the new land mass hope it can serve as
Trump Sexual Misconduct Accusations Repeated by Several Women

Trump Sexual Misconduct Accusations Repeated by Several Women

From left, Rachel Crooks, Jessica Leeds and Samantha Holvey held a news conference on Monday in Manhattan for a film that focuses on women who have publicly accused Donald J. Trump of sexual
Germany Accuses China of Using LinkedIn to Recruit Informants

Germany Accuses China of Using LinkedIn to Recruit Informants

The Chinese Embassy in Berlin on Monday. German intelligence services said that more than 10,000 German citizens had been targeted by Chinese spies on LinkedIn and other social media sites.
The Carpetbagger: James Franco Can Relate to Tommy Wiseau

The Carpetbagger: James Franco Can Relate to Tommy Wiseau

James Franco as Tommy Wiseau in “The Disaster Artist.”
Gabriel García Márquez’s Archive Freely Available Online

Gabriel García Márquez’s Archive Freely Available Online

Gabriel García Márquez with Fidel Castro in a photograph that will be available online as part of his archive.
Basics: Precious Gems Bear Messages From Earth’s Molten Heart

Basics: Precious Gems Bear Messages From Earth’s Molten Heart

The Patricia Emerald is one of the largest uncut emeralds in the world, weighing 632 carats. Many of the qualities that make rubies, sapphires, emeralds and diamonds so exceptional — their hardness,
Treasury Defends Tax Plan Cost With One-Page Analysis

Treasury Defends Tax Plan Cost With One-Page Analysis

The Treasury Department had promised to release its analysis of the $1.5 trillion tax bill before Congress voted on earlier versions of the legislation.
A Nasty, Nafta-Related Surprise: Mexico’s Soaring Obesity

A Nasty, Nafta-Related Surprise: Mexico’s Soaring Obesity

An Oxxo convenience store in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Mexico. The chain, which had 400 stores in the country in 1990, now has nearly 16,000.
Transgender People Will Be Allowed to Enlist in the Military as a Court Case Advances

Transgender People Will Be Allowed to Enlist in the Military as a Court Case Advances

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was given only a day’s notice of President Trump’s decision in July to ban transgender people from joining the military.
Alabama Senate Race, Unlikely Nail-Biter, Races to Finish Line

Alabama Senate Race, Unlikely Nail-Biter, Races to Finish Line

Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate, and his wife, Louise, at a rally in Birmingham on Monday.
Christoph Waltz, Directing Opera, Moves From Tarantino to Verdi

Christoph Waltz, Directing Opera, Moves From Tarantino to Verdi

Christoph Waltz in the orchestra pit at Opera Vlaanderen in Antwerp, Belgium, where he is directing Verdi’s “Falstaff.”
Video of Starving Polar Bear ‘Rips Your Heart Out of Your Chest’

Video of Starving Polar Bear ‘Rips Your Heart Out of Your Chest’

The photographer Paul Nicklen said he wanted to show people what a starving polar bear really looked like.
To Test for Climate Disasters: Break, Burn and Throw Stuff

To Test for Climate Disasters: Break, Burn and Throw Stuff

The projectile launcher can hurl debris at 100 miles an hour, or about the speed of a Category 2 hurricane, at a target about 20 feet away.