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On Pro Football: With Carson Wentz Out for the Season, Eagles’ Dreams Turn to Dread

On Pro Football: With Carson Wentz Out for the Season, Eagles’ Dreams Turn to Dread

Carson Wentz walked into the locker room after being examined on the field following his injury on Sunday.
A Normal New York Commute, a Boom and Then Chaos

A Normal New York Commute, a Boom and Then Chaos

Emergency personnel thronged the area of an explosion on Monday morning in a subway corridor near the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan, and the busy transit hub was evacuated.
The TV Surprises and Snubs of the 2018 Golden Globes

The TV Surprises and Snubs of the 2018 Golden Globes

Kristen Bell and Ted Danson in a scene from “The Good Place.”

Op-Ed Contributors: Iranian Terror. Argentinian Cover Up. Justice at Last?

Argentinians marking the one-year anniversary of the death of Alberto Nisman.
Roy Reed, Times Reporter Who Covered the Civil Rights Era, Dies at 87

Roy Reed, Times Reporter Who Covered the Civil Rights Era, Dies at 87

Roy Reed in the Washington bureau of The New York Times in 1968. In the background is Marjorie Hunter, a Times reporter.
Campaign to Drive Out Migrants Slams Beijing’s Best and Brightest

Campaign to Drive Out Migrants Slams Beijing’s Best and Brightest

A startup incubator in Beijing’s Zhongguancun area, known as China’s Silicon Valley. Young tech workers have been caught in the government’s campaign of evictions.
Hunting Taliban and Islamic State Fighters, From 20,000 Feet

Hunting Taliban and Islamic State Fighters, From 20,000 Feet

Afghan youths near the site of a American bombing during an operation against Islamic State militants in Asadkhil, Afghanistan, in April.
E.U. Leaders Reject Netanyahu on Jerusalem Recognition

E.U. Leaders Reject Netanyahu on Jerusalem Recognition

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and the European Union foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, on Monday at the European Council headquarters in Brussels.

Footage of ‘Attempted Terrorist Attack’ at New York Transit Hub

Four people were injured in an explosion in the passageway connecting the Times Square and Port Authority subway stations. A suspect is in custody.
A Nation Answers a Sobbing Boy’s Plea: ‘Why Do They Bully?’

A Nation Answers a Sobbing Boy’s Plea: ‘Why Do They Bully?’

A still image from a video that Kimberly Jones shared of her son, Keaton.
Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest Specialize in Small Talk and Big Ratings

Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest Specialize in Small Talk and Big Ratings

Ryan Seacrest and Kelly Ripa, the hosts of “Live With Kelly and Ryan,” know their brand: Keep it light.
Trump Escalates His Criticism of the News Media, Fueling National Debate

Trump Escalates His Criticism of the News Media, Fueling National Debate

President Trump, reflected in a camera lens, spoke Friday at a rally in Pensacola, Fla.
Whirlwind Putin Tour Highlights Moscow’s New Reach in Mideast

Whirlwind Putin Tour Highlights Moscow’s New Reach in Mideast

The Russian president, Vladimir V. Putin, third from right, and his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad, second from right, at a Russian air base in Syria on Monday.
Subway Tunnel Blast Disrupts Morning Commute in New York

Subway Tunnel Blast Disrupts Morning Commute in New York

The Port Authority Bus Terminal was evacuated on Monday.
Net Neutrality’s Holes in Europe May Offer Peek at Future in U.S.

Net Neutrality’s Holes in Europe May Offer Peek at Future in U.S.

A man using his laptop in Portugal. While the European Union has net neutrality rules in place, telecom providers have pushed the boundaries at times in Sweden, Germany, Portugal and elsewhere.
An Unexpected New Stop on the Road to Broadway: Edmonton

An Unexpected New Stop on the Road to Broadway: Edmonton

Foreground, from left: Vance Avery, Tara Jackson, Reeve Carney, Hal Wesley Rogers and Andrew Broderick in “Hadestown” at the Citadel Theater.