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New York Today: N.Y. Today: A Subway Killing, and New Worries About Crime

New York Today: N.Y. Today: A Subway Killing, and New Worries About Crime

After decades of falling crime rates, crime is ticking back up in the subway system.

Facebook Turns 15: A Friendship No One Asked For

An honest Facebook friendship anniversary video for Mark Zuckerberg.
Potato or Hand Grenade? A Rusty Bombshell at a Chip Factory

Potato or Hand Grenade? A Rusty Bombshell at a Chip Factory

A World War I-era German hand grenade that was found among a shipment of French potatoes bound for a factory in Hong Kong.
Ralph Northam, New England Patriots, El Salvador: Your Monday Briefing

Ralph Northam, New England Patriots, El Salvador: Your Monday Briefing

Julian Edelman, left, and Tom Brady after the Patriots’ Super Bowl victory on Sunday. Edelman, a wide receiver, was named the game’s most valuable player.
The New Health Care: Giant Strides in World Health, but It Could Be So Much Better

The New Health Care: Giant Strides in World Health, but It Could Be So Much Better

A school official taking a pupil’s temperature as school reopened in Lagos, Nigeria, in 2014 amid an Ebola epidemic. Nigeria’s successful containment of the outbreak was a public health success.
New York Tackled Subway Crime. But Is It Starting to Come Back?

New York Tackled Subway Crime. But Is It Starting to Come Back?

Crime in the subway rose last year, fueling a sense that the system is becoming less safe.
Italian Alpine Spas, Where Sports Are an Afterthought

Italian Alpine Spas, Where Sports Are an Afterthought

The Hotel Miramonti, one in a cluster of modern spa destinations, shines brightest with its heated outdoor infinity pool.
How Bauhaus Redefined What Design Could Do for Society

How Bauhaus Redefined What Design Could Do for Society

The Bauhaus building designed in 1925 by Walter Gropius in Dessau, Germany, was the school’s second headquarters.
Renters: The Perfect Rent-Controlled Apartment

Renters: The Perfect Rent-Controlled Apartment

Albert S. Bennett is 93 and has had multiple careers, but he has lived in the same Greenwich Village townhouse for 63 years.
Sidebar: Attacking a Pay Wall That Hides Public Court Filings

Sidebar: Attacking a Pay Wall That Hides Public Court Filings

Judge Shira A. Scheindlin, who signed a supporting brief in the case, said that “there should be full public access to court records.”

Nonfiction: A Personal Fight for the Dignity of L.G.B.T. People in India

In “An Indefinite Sentence,” Siddharth Dube recounts his personal struggle to destigmatize homosexuality and AIDS in his home country.

First Came ISIS, Then Iran: How the Mission at a U.S. Base in Syria Kept Growing

President Trump has ordered the withdrawal of U.S. military forces from Syria. But the unexpectedly large role of Al-Tanf, a small U.S. outpost in Syria, reveals why leaving the country won’t be so

Metropolitan Diary: ‘It Began to Pour as I Started Across Town. I Had Neither an Umbrella nor a Rain Hat.’

Unprepared for a sudden downpour, an enthusiastic recommendation at Zabar’s and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Plane Crashes Into Southern California Home, Killing 5

Plane Crashes Into Southern California Home, Killing 5

Firefighters at the scene of a plane crash in Yorba Linda, Calif., on Sunday. Four people inside a house were killed, along with the pilot.

Obesity Tied to Higher Cancer Rates in Younger People

For six of the 12 obesity-related cancers (multiple myeloma, colorectal, uterine, gallbladder, kidney and pancreatic) the risk for disease increased in adults 25 to 49.
How Boring Was the Super Bowl? The Punts Got Exciting

How Boring Was the Super Bowl? The Punts Got Exciting

Los Angeles Rams punter Johnny Hekker was the closest thing to a star the Rams could muster Sunday night.
Lion Air, Venezuela, Apple: Your Monday Briefing

Lion Air, Venezuela, Apple: Your Monday Briefing

A Boeing employee examining the wiring of a 737 Max jet.