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El Chapo Trial: Gore, Graft and More of What We’ve Learned So Far

El Chapo Trial: Gore, Graft and More of What We’ve Learned So Far

The trial of accused Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo, is expected to last about four months.
The Quadrantids Meteor Shower Will Peak in Night Skies

The Quadrantids Meteor Shower Will Peak in Night Skies

A Quadrantid meteor streaks over New Mexico in January 2013.

On Money: One of America’s Most Vital Exports, Education, Never Goes Abroad, but It Still Faces Threats

Trade wars, visa restrictions and anti-immigrant sentiments make it harder for the U.S. to school the world.

Feature: What Driving Can Teach Us About Living

How we respond to the rules of the road offers insight into being human.

Keep Calm, but Don’t Carry On

Blogger Bob made the T.S.A. famous on Instagram. After his death, the government is left without a friendly face for a much-maligned agency.
How Paparazzi Dogs and Rabbitgirl Conquered New York City Streets

How Paparazzi Dogs and Rabbitgirl Conquered New York City Streets

The Australian artists Gillie and Marc Schattner at their studio workshop and gallery in Sydney, Australia, with the friendly menagerie of images that recycle through their public art, sculptures and
Death Toll in Russia Apartment Blast Rises to 38

Death Toll in Russia Apartment Blast Rises to 38

Emergency workers at the partly collapsed apartment building in Magnitogorsk, Russia, on Monday. The complex was home to some 1,300 people before the explosion.

Overlooked No More: Karen Sparck Jones, Who Established the Basis for Search Engines

A pioneer of computer science for work combining statistics and linguistics, and an advocate for women in the field.
In Texas, the Land of Football, It’s Rugby to the Rescue

In Texas, the Land of Football, It’s Rugby to the Rescue

Football coaches watched a video during the tackling certification program at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Tex.
As Market Cools, Median Price for Manhattan Apartment Drops Below $1 Million (to $999,000)

As Market Cools, Median Price for Manhattan Apartment Drops Below $1 Million (to $999,000)

“It’s a great market for buyers,” said Hall F. Willkie, the president of Brown Harris Stevens, a real estate firm.
Voting Issues and Gerrymanders Are Now Key Political Battlegrounds

Voting Issues and Gerrymanders Are Now Key Political Battlegrounds

Lorrayne Siebenbrodt, an election inspector, helped register a voter at the Wauwatosa Woman’s Club in Wauwatosa, Wis., on Election Day.
Congress, Turkey, Apple: Your Thursday Briefing

Congress, Turkey, Apple: Your Thursday Briefing

In the last two to three years, not only have students and academics fled Turkey, but also entrepreneurs, businesspeople and thousands of wealthy individuals.
Now for the Hard Part: Getting Californians to Buy Legal Weed

Now for the Hard Part: Getting Californians to Buy Legal Weed

In California, around $2.5 billion of legal cannabis was sold in 2018, half a billion dollars less than in 2017 when only medical marijuana was legal.
14-Year-Old Is Charged With Murder After Egg Prank and Fatal Crash

14-Year-Old Is Charged With Murder After Egg Prank and Fatal Crash

A 14-year-old boy driving a sport utility vehicle crashed into a truck and killed a woman in Houston on Tuesday, the authorities said.
U.S. Ambassador Visits American Arrested in Russia on Spying Charge

U.S. Ambassador Visits American Arrested in Russia on Spying Charge

Ambassador Jon M. Huntsman Jr. visited the detained American Paul N. Whelan on Wednesday.
Illegal ‘Butt Lift’ Injection Leads to Death, and a Manslaughter Charge

Illegal ‘Butt Lift’ Injection Leads to Death, and a Manslaughter Charge

The 43rd Precinct in the Bronx, where Whalesca Castillo, 44, was taken into custody on a manslaughter charge. The authorities say a woman Ms. Castillo injected with silicone for cosmetic reasons died