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Nonfiction: Muhammad Ali, Beginning to End for the First Time in a Book

Nonfiction: Muhammad Ali, Beginning to End for the First Time in a Book

Drew Bundini Brown tapes Muhammad Ali’s hands at their training camp in Deer Lake, Pa.

Muay Thai Runs in the Family

An experienced Muay Thai teacher is training his 16 children in the martial art to keep them off the streets and to help pay for their education.
Kehinde Wiley on Painting the Powerless. And a President.

Kehinde Wiley on Painting the Powerless. And a President.

Kehinde Wiley, who was chosen to paint a portrait of Barack Obama for the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington.
Bali Volcano Eruption Strands Thousands of Travelers

Bali Volcano Eruption Strands Thousands of Travelers

Visitors were in limbo on Tuesday, waiting for a way out, at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Bali.
Chinese General Being Investigated for Bribery Kills Himself

Chinese General Being Investigated for Bribery Kills Himself

Zhang Yang, then head of General Political Department of the People’s Liberation Army, in Beijing in 2014.
As Sponsors Shy Away, FIFA Faces World Cup Shortfall

As Sponsors Shy Away, FIFA Faces World Cup Shortfall

FIFA President Gianni Infantino last week. The World Cup is FIFA’s biggest moneymaker, but a corruption scandal has complicated its ability to sign deals with sponsors.
DealBook: A Prince’s Uncertain Fate Deepens Mystery in Saudi Arabia

DealBook: A Prince’s Uncertain Fate Deepens Mystery in Saudi Arabia

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in 2015. He hasn’t been heard from since his arrest early this month.
China Sentences Taiwanese Human Rights Activist in Subversion Case

China Sentences Taiwanese Human Rights Activist in Subversion Case

Lee Ming-cheh appearing in court in Yueyang, China, in September. He was accused of trying to foment a revolution.
Hockey’s Other Crosby Toils Outside the Spotlight

Hockey’s Other Crosby Toils Outside the Spotlight

Taylor Crosby in her team locker room at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, Minn., last month.
‘Ghost Guns,’ Homemade and Untraceable, Face Growing Scrutiny

‘Ghost Guns,’ Homemade and Untraceable, Face Growing Scrutiny

Former Representative Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona in October. She survived an assassination attempt in 2011.
News Analysis: Prince Harry Casts Aside Ghosts of Royal Marriages Past

News Analysis: Prince Harry Casts Aside Ghosts of Royal Marriages Past

Prince Harry and his fiancée, Meghan Markle, arrived for photographs in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace on Monday.
At Time Inc., a Jittery Reckoning on the Day After the Sale

At Time Inc., a Jittery Reckoning on the Day After the Sale

Many employees of Times Inc. had been stunned by the news that the publisher had agreed to sell itself to the Meredith Corporation.
Senate Race in Alabama Tests Reach of Trump’s Endorsement

Senate Race in Alabama Tests Reach of Trump’s Endorsement

Roy Moore, former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice and current Republican Senate candidate, at a campaign rally on Monday.
Woman Tried to Dupe Washington Post With False Claim About Roy Moore, Paper Says

Woman Tried to Dupe Washington Post With False Claim About Roy Moore, Paper Says

Stephanie McCrummen, a Washington Post reporter, left, interviewed Jaime Phillips at a Greek restaurant in Alexandria, Va., on Wednesday.
Media Memo: Trump and Russia Seem to Find Common Foe: The American Press

Media Memo: Trump and Russia Seem to Find Common Foe: The American Press

CNN’s New York headquarters. President Trump criticized the network’s international arm over the weekend.