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California Today: California Today: Dark Depictions of a Sunny State

California Today: California Today: Dark Depictions of a Sunny State

A resident took photos of the Thomas Fire in Montecito, Calif., earlier this month.
Global Health: Measles Deaths Fall to a Record Low Worldwide

Global Health: Measles Deaths Fall to a Record Low Worldwide

A child receiving measles vaccine in a refugee camp in Bangladesh last month. Annual deaths from measles have fallen below 100,000 worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.
Cross-Border Clashes in Kashmir Leave 7 Soldiers Dead

Cross-Border Clashes in Kashmir Leave 7 Soldiers Dead

The funeral of a suspected Pakistan-based militant, who according to the local news media was killed in a gun battle with Indian security forces, in Kashmir on Tuesday.
New York Today: New York Today: A Kwanzaa Tradition on a Harlem Stage

New York Today: New York Today: A Kwanzaa Tradition on a Harlem Stage

Members of Forces of Nature rehearse for their upcoming Kwanzaa celebration performance
Alberto Fujimori, Steven Mnuchin, Philadelphia Eagles: Your Tuesday Briefing

Alberto Fujimori, Steven Mnuchin, Philadelphia Eagles: Your Tuesday Briefing

Some of the men fighting the Islamic State in Khogyani, in eastern Afghanistan. The militant group is far from being vanquished in the area, despite a robust U.S.-backed campaign to destroy it.
Thousands Once Spoke His Language in the Amazon. Now, He’s the Only One.

Thousands Once Spoke His Language in the Amazon. Now, He’s the Only One.

Amadeo fishing near Intuto. The Peruvian Amazon was once a vast linguistic repository, but in the last century at least 37 languages have disappeared in Peru alone.
Economic Scene: Incomes Grew After Past Tax Cuts, but Guess Whose

Economic Scene: Incomes Grew After Past Tax Cuts, but Guess Whose

President Ronald Reagan signing a tax cut into law in 1981. The average income for the bottom half of the population fell during his two terms.
Clock Is Ticking on $10 Million Reward in Gardner Art Heist

Clock Is Ticking on $10 Million Reward in Gardner Art Heist

An empty frame marks the spot where Rembrandt’s “The Storm on the Sea of Galilee” once hung in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.

Laundry Day Around the World

From handwashing to laundromats, people in different parts of the world gather together to do laundry. Enter those spaces in 360 video.
Nonfiction: Waves of Destruction, Physical and Spiritual, Buffet Japan

Nonfiction: Waves of Destruction, Physical and Spiritual, Buffet Japan

Tsunami debris in Otsuchi, Iwate prefecture, Japan, April 4, 2011.
New York’s Attorney General in Battle With Trump

New York’s Attorney General in Battle With Trump

Eric Schneiderman, the attorney general of New York State, oversees an office that has repeatedly tangled with the Trump administration. The president has tweeted insults about Mr. Schneiderman, once

The Last Taushiro

Amadeo García García is the last man to speak his language. When he goes, an entire culture will disappear. We went to find him.
North Korea Won’t Stop Its Arms Tests Anytime Soon, South Korea Warns

North Korea Won’t Stop Its Arms Tests Anytime Soon, South Korea Warns

North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, addressed a ruling party conference in Pyongyang, the capital, on Saturday, according to the state news agency.
Peru in Uproar After Fujimori, a Rights Violator, Gets Medical Pardon

Peru in Uproar After Fujimori, a Rights Violator, Gets Medical Pardon

Former President Alberto Fujimori of Peru at a court hearing in Lima in 2013. He was granted a medical pardon on Sunday.
One Man’s Stand Against Junk Food as Diabetes Climbs Across India

One Man’s Stand Against Junk Food as Diabetes Climbs Across India

Rahul Verma distributing the Indian dish khichdi, a mixture of rice, lentils and vegetables, to patients outside a hospital in New Dehli. Mr. Verma has taken a stand against junk food in India, where
Cultured Traveler: Francine Prose’s Oaxaca: An Immersion Course in Mexico’s Delights

Cultured Traveler: Francine Prose’s Oaxaca: An Immersion Course in Mexico’s Delights

People dressed in traditional attire prepare for a parade in front of the Templo de Santo Domingo de Guzmán.