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Op-Ed Contributor: Unexpected Benefits From a Battle Against ISIS

Op-Ed Contributor: Unexpected Benefits From a Battle Against ISIS

The main battle area in the southern city of Marawi on Oct. 25, after the Philippine military declared the end of fighting against militants backed by the Islamic State.
Citigroup, Twitter, Lyft: Prince’s Arrest Touches Many

Citigroup, Twitter, Lyft: Prince’s Arrest Touches Many

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, center, at the reopening of the Savoy in London in 2010, one of his many investments.
Trump Opens Asia Trip Talking Tough in Campaign-Style Rally

Trump Opens Asia Trip Talking Tough in Campaign-Style Rally

President Trump spoke Sunday at Yokota Air Base in Japan at the beginning of a 12-day, five-country trip through Asia. He told American troops, “You are the greatest threat to tyrants and dictators
Saudis Intercept Missile Fired From Yemen That Came Close to Riyadh

Saudis Intercept Missile Fired From Yemen That Came Close to Riyadh

Middle Eastern news media circulated a photo that is said to show debris from a ballistic missile that Saudi defenses shot down on Saturday.
Saudi Arabia Arrests 11 Princes, Including Billionaire Alwaleed bin Talal

Saudi Arabia Arrests 11 Princes, Including Billionaire Alwaleed bin Talal

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, one of the world’s richest men, was reportedly arrested in Saudi Arabia on Saturday.
On Washington: Paul Ryan Puts It All on the Line in Tax Fight

On Washington: Paul Ryan Puts It All on the Line in Tax Fight

“This is time to deliver,” Speaker Paul D. Ryan said during an interview in his office at the Capitol on Thursday.
The Subtle Messages Sent by Who Is, and Isn’t, Joining Trump in Asia

The Subtle Messages Sent by Who Is, and Isn’t, Joining Trump in Asia

President Trump speaking to reporters on board Air Force One while en route to Hawaii on Friday. He will head to Asia from there.
Senator Rand Paul Assaulted at His Home in Kentucky

Senator Rand Paul Assaulted at His Home in Kentucky

Senator Rand Paul suffered a minor injury after a man assaulted him on Friday at his home in Bowling Green, Ky., the police said.
Exposures: Puerto Rico in the Dark

Exposures: Puerto Rico in the Dark

A bridge destroyed by Hurricane Maria was temporarily repaired by local laborers in Utuado, Puerto Rico.
Donna Brazile Reportedly Pondered Replacing Clinton With Biden in 2016

Donna Brazile Reportedly Pondered Replacing Clinton With Biden in 2016

Donna Brazile at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia last year.
Opinion: The Right to Vote Is Never Safe

Opinion: The Right to Vote Is Never Safe

In an 1867 Harper’s Weekly, cartoonist Thomas Nast depicted an African-American man casting his ballot as President Andrew Johnson and others look on.
Trump Pushes for Record-Setting Saudi Aramco I.P.O. in U.S.

Trump Pushes for Record-Setting Saudi Aramco I.P.O. in U.S.

Saudi and foreign investors in front of the logo of Aramco, the giant oil company owned by the Saudi Arabian government. The company is weighing where to list its shares.
BMW Recalls Roughly a Million Vehicles at Risk of Catching Fire

BMW Recalls Roughly a Million Vehicles at Risk of Catching Fire

BMW is recalling about a million vehicles at risk of catching fire even when they are not in use.
Editorial: After ISIS, What Comes Next?

Editorial: After ISIS, What Comes Next?

The fight to liberate Raqqa, Syria, the last stronghold of ISIS, left the city, like much of Syria and Iraq, destroyed.
Sprint and T-Mobile End Merger Discussions

Sprint and T-Mobile End Merger Discussions

SoftBank’s chief executive, Masayoshi Son, had argued that combining Sprint, which his company owns, and T-Mobile would create a bigger competitor to Verizon and AT&T.