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Gay Couples Rush to Wed Before Brazil’s New President Takes Office

Gay Couples Rush to Wed Before Brazil’s New President Takes Office

Two women before a group wedding ceremony in São Paulo, Brazil.
Going Nowhere Fast on Climate, Year After Year

Going Nowhere Fast on Climate, Year After Year

Firefighters lighting backfire while battling the Delta Fire in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Calif., in September.
Hungary Sheltered a Fugitive Prime Minister. Did It Help Him Escape?

Hungary Sheltered a Fugitive Prime Minister. Did It Help Him Escape?

Nikola Gruevski, Macedonia’s former prime minister, arriving at a courthouse in Skopje, Macedonia, last January.
British Design for D-Day Stamp Gets Address Wrong by 8,000 Miles

British Design for D-Day Stamp Gets Address Wrong by 8,000 Miles

A stamp design that was to be issued in 2019 to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings. The Royal Mail has apologized because the image showed American troops in Asia.
Deciphering the Patterns in Trump’s Falsehoods

Deciphering the Patterns in Trump’s Falsehoods

In the face of controversy or criticism, President Trump has defended initial falsehoods with additional dubious claims.
Can Cuba Baseball Still Be Great When Many of Its Stars Have Left?

Can Cuba Baseball Still Be Great When Many of Its Stars Have Left?

Members of the Cuban baseball team paraded their flag around the field after defeating Japan at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Cuba won the gold medal. From left: Eduardo Paret, Juan Manrique,
Bangladesh Elections: Choice of ‘Lesser of Two Evils,’ Voters Say

Bangladesh Elections: Choice of ‘Lesser of Two Evils,’ Voters Say

Hanging electoral fliers ahead of the 11th general election in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
He Was a Gay Man on Staff at a Catholic Parish. Then the Threats Began Coming In.

He Was a Gay Man on Staff at a Catholic Parish. Then the Threats Began Coming In.

Antonio Aaron Bianco, an openly gay man, worked as a pastoral associate at a Catholic church in San Diego. He has faced threats and harassment.
Egypt Kills 40 Suspected Militants After Deadly Bombing of Tour Bus

Egypt Kills 40 Suspected Militants After Deadly Bombing of Tour Bus

Three Vietnamese tourists and an Egyptian guide were killed and at least 10 others injured when a roadside bomb hit their tour bus on Friday, less than 2.5 miles from the Giza pyramids.
On Washington: ‘You Control Nothing’: House Republicans Brace for Life in the Minority

On Washington: ‘You Control Nothing’: House Republicans Brace for Life in the Minority

“They say you will have a lot more time on your hands and will vote ‘no’ a lot more often,” Representative Adam Kinzinger, Republican of Illinois, said of being in the minority.
‘Medicare for All’ Gains Favor With Democrats Looking Ahead to 2020

‘Medicare for All’ Gains Favor With Democrats Looking Ahead to 2020

Members of the National Nurses United group in September 2017 during a speech by Senator Bernie Sanders and progressive Democrats on the state of health care.
China to Retry Canadian on Drug Charge Amid Diplomatic Spat

China to Retry Canadian on Drug Charge Amid Diplomatic Spat

The Canadian Embassy in Beijing. Relations between China and Canada have deteriorated sharply in the past month.
Shehu Shagari, Former Nigerian President, Dies at 93

Shehu Shagari, Former Nigerian President, Dies at 93

Former President Shehu Shagari of Nigeria had been a schoolteacher raised as a devout Sunni Muslim. He sometimes seemed an unlikely figurehead for a nation that projected itself as Africa’s colossus.
Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Other Democrats Shift Into High Gear for 2020

Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Other Democrats Shift Into High Gear for 2020

Senator Kamala Harris of California visited volunteers during a get-out-the-vote phone bank event in Greenville, S.C., in October.
Michelle Obama and Stacey Abrams, Models of Power for Black Women

Michelle Obama and Stacey Abrams, Models of Power for Black Women

At a Pearls literary club meeting in Atlanta this month, Michelle Obama and her memoir “Becoming” were discussed by, from left, Barbara Latimer Jennings; her granddaughter Renaissance Taylor and her
Carlos Ghosn’s Daughters See a Nissan Revolt Behind His Arrest

Carlos Ghosn’s Daughters See a Nissan Revolt Behind His Arrest

Nissan’s chief executive, Hiroto Saikawa, at a news conference that led Carolina and Maya Ghosn to suspect ulterior motives behind their father’s arrest.