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Woman Fatally Shot by Hunter Who Mistook Her for a Deer, Officials Say

Woman Fatally Shot by Hunter Who Mistook Her for a Deer, Officials Say

Jamie and Rosemary Billquist. Ms. Billquist was shot by a hunter near their home in western New York on Wednesday.
A Tired Brooklyn Transit Hub Is Finally Getting Attention

A Tired Brooklyn Transit Hub Is Finally Getting Attention

New York City has ambitious plans to remake the area surrounding Broadway Junction, a major transit hub in Brooklyn that includes six subway lines, buses and a Long Island Rail Road station.
The Neediest Cases Fund: Living on Scraps, Boy Who Fled Boko Haram Yearns to Heal the Poor

The Neediest Cases Fund: Living on Scraps, Boy Who Fled Boko Haram Yearns to Heal the Poor

Usman Lawan, 13, in a bedroom he shares in Maiduguri, Nigeria, where his family has lived since fleeing Boko Haram in 2014.
Pope Francis’ Dilemma in Myanmar: Whether to Say ‘Rohingya’

Pope Francis’ Dilemma in Myanmar: Whether to Say ‘Rohingya’

Catholics arriving in Yangon, Myanmar, on Saturday, ahead of a visit by Pope Francis.
Pakistan Deploys Military Troops After Violent Clashes in Islamabad

Pakistan Deploys Military Troops After Violent Clashes in Islamabad

Police officers in Islamabad, Pakistan. on Sunday with motorcycles burned by Islamist protesters.

No Man’s Land: Barbuda After Irma

The Caribbean island of Barbuda felt the full force of Hurricane Irma. Now, a struggle to control its future is underway. On one side are Barbudans who own the land and want to preserve their unique

Mikhail Baryshnikov Gives a Tour of His Arts Center

Mikhail Baryshnikov, one of the greatest dancers of the 20th century, introduces the Baryshnikov Arts Center and its most recent crop of international artists.
If No One Owns the Moon, Can Anyone Make Money Up There?

If No One Owns the Moon, Can Anyone Make Money Up There?

The moon has been overlooked since NASA's Apollo missions. Private companies are now looking to set up shop.
In Peru’s Deserts, Melting Glaciers Are a Godsend (Until They’re Gone)

In Peru’s Deserts, Melting Glaciers Are a Godsend (Until They’re Gone)

A glacier in the Cordillera Blanca region of Peru. Its melting has been a bonanza for farmers, but the water may soon be gone.
Op-Ed Columnist: Is There an Evangelical Crisis?

Op-Ed Columnist: Is There an Evangelical Crisis?

Supporters of Roy Moore at a rally for his Senate campaign in Fairhope, Ala.
Auburn 26, Alabama 14: Auburn Upsets No. 1 Alabama: ‘We Did That for the Nation’

Auburn 26, Alabama 14: Auburn Upsets No. 1 Alabama: ‘We Did That for the Nation’

Auburn’s Nick Ruffin, left, and Stephen Roberts after the Tigers handed Alabama its first defeat of the season on Saturday in the Iron Bowl.
Mount Agung in Bali Erupts Again, Grounding Flights

Mount Agung in Bali Erupts Again, Grounding Flights

Mount Agung spewed ash and steam more than 19,000 feet into the skies this weekend.
A Defiant Map-Hunter Stakes Vietnam’s Claims in the South China Sea

A Defiant Map-Hunter Stakes Vietnam’s Claims in the South China Sea

Tran Duc Anh Son, a historian in Danang, Vietnam, says his government is afraid to use the records he uncovered to challenge Beijing. “That’s why we have many documents that are kept in the dark.”
‘Sick With Sexism,’ France Must Fight Violence Against Women, Macron Says

‘Sick With Sexism,’ France Must Fight Violence Against Women, Macron Says

President Emmanuel Macron speaking on Saturday in Paris. “We must all feel responsible,” he said, referring to violence against women.
Why Trump Stands by Roy Moore, Even as It Fractures His Party

Why Trump Stands by Roy Moore, Even as It Fractures His Party

Roy S. Moore at a news conference this month in Birmingham, Ala. Mr. Moore has rejected calls to drop out even as more women have accused him of preying on them when they were teenagers.
Lebanon’s Vanishing Prime Minister Is Back at Work. Now What?

Lebanon’s Vanishing Prime Minister Is Back at Work. Now What?

Prime Minister Saad Hariri, center, greeting the audience on Thursday at a regional banking conference in Beirut. He has returned with his position strengthened, a member of a rival party said.
Trilobites: Cities That Never Sleep Are Shaped by Sunrise and Sunset

Trilobites: Cities That Never Sleep Are Shaped by Sunrise and Sunset

The Promenade des Anglais at sunset in Nice, France. Even in artificially-lit urban areas, people are active longer in the summer and less so in winter, a study of city-dwellers in southern Europe
:  Banking on Tito’s Yacht to Steer a Cultural Renaissance

: Banking on Tito’s Yacht to Steer a Cultural Renaissance

Galeb, the nearly 80-year-old yacht that once belonged to the Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito, has been rusting for years in Rijeka, Croatia.