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Los Cabos, a Spring Break Hub, Gets a High-End Infusion

Los Cabos, a Spring Break Hub, Gets a High-End Infusion

The Skywalk at the Vidanta Los Cabos hotel transports guests from the lobby to a vantage point overlooking cascading swimming pools, restaurants and the Pacific Ocean.

Meanwhile: Who’s Really Getting Ripped Off by $35 Sage?

Demand for the new ‘it shrub’ is pushing up prices — and irritating some members of America's indigenous communities.
Brazil Wanted Change. Even Before Taking Office, Jair Bolsonaro Delivered.

Brazil Wanted Change. Even Before Taking Office, Jair Bolsonaro Delivered.

Brazilian soldiers during preparations for the far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro’s presidential inauguration on Tuesday. Significant changes have already begun in Brazil.
In High-Tech Cities, No More Potholes, but What About Privacy?

In High-Tech Cities, No More Potholes, but What About Privacy?

Commuters on the streetcar in Kansas City, Mo. While the line was under construction, the city also installed fiber optic cable and electronic sensors to monitor traffic.
Police Searching for Gunman Who Fired Into Car and Killed a 7-Year-Old

Police Searching for Gunman Who Fired Into Car and Killed a 7-Year-Old

Chris Cevilla asked for the public’s help in finding the killer of his 7-year-old daughter, Jazmine Barnes, at a news conference on Monday.
In the Race for Content, Hollywood Is Buying Up Hit Podcasts

In the Race for Content, Hollywood Is Buying Up Hit Podcasts

The actor Josh Bowman in a scene from “Lore,” an Amazon TV series based on a podcast of scary nonfiction stories.

Travel Tips: Three New Year’s Resolutions for Better Travel in 2019

Changing your approach to traveling can go a long way in making you happier and healthier in the New Year. Here are three ways to get the most out of your trips in 2019.

Essay: How Hollywood Gets the Publishing Industry Wrong

Book publishing is big on TV and in the movies. The essayist Sloane Crosley, a former book publicist, fact-checks the shows.
Rocket Launches, Trips to the Moon and More Space and Astronomy Events in 2019

Rocket Launches, Trips to the Moon and More Space and Astronomy Events in 2019

A SpaceX Falcon rocket lifting off from Cape Canaveral, Fla., earlier this year.
James Watson Won’t Stop Talking About Race

James Watson Won’t Stop Talking About Race

"Decoding Watson," a new film about Dr. James D. Watson explores the gulf between his scientific brilliance and his views on race.
A Rising Threat to Wildlife: Electrocution

A Rising Threat to Wildlife: Electrocution

A woman prayed over the bodies of two Asian elephants that were electrocuted in Siliguri, India.
Pete Davidson Back on Stage for First Time Since Suicide Scare

Pete Davidson Back on Stage for First Time Since Suicide Scare

Pete Davidson in 2017. On Monday, he staged two sold-out shows, his first public performances since an Instagram post two weeks ago led to concerns that he might be suicidal.
As Migrants Reach U.K. by Boat, Numbers Are Small but Worry Is Big

As Migrants Reach U.K. by Boat, Numbers Are Small but Worry Is Big

Members of Britain’s Border Force with an intercepted migrant dinghy off the Kent coast on Monday, in this picture obtained from social media.
‘Birth Tourism’ Is Legal in Canada. A Lawmaker Calls It Unscrupulous.

‘Birth Tourism’ Is Legal in Canada. A Lawmaker Calls It Unscrupulous.

The Baoma Inn, left, where women stay while waiting to give birth in Canada.
SURFACING: Finding Female Friends Over 50 Can Be Hard. These Women Figured It Out.

SURFACING: Finding Female Friends Over 50 Can Be Hard. These Women Figured It Out.

Clockwise from top left: Flor Covel, Carol Meirow, Julie Khalil, Lindsie Carlsen, Lisa Baskin and Linda Ralph.
NASA’s New Horizons Takes Photos of Ultima Thule, 4 Billion Miles Away

NASA’s New Horizons Takes Photos of Ultima Thule, 4 Billion Miles Away

S. Alan Stern, center, New Horizons’ principal investigator, surrounded by children at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Md., on Tuesday.