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Alex Salmond, Scotland’s Former First Minister, Is Charged With Attempted Rapes

Alex Salmond, Scotland’s Former First Minister, Is Charged With Attempted Rapes

Alex Salmond in Edinburgh this month. He has called sexual harassment accusations against him “patently ridiculous” and successfully challenged the Scottish government’s process for investigating the
M.T.A. Board Delays Vote on Raising Fares

M.T.A. Board Delays Vote on Raising Fares

A vote to raise fares for subways and buses was delayed on Thursday by the board of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Russia Warns U.S. Against Venezuela Intervention

Russia Warns U.S. Against Venezuela Intervention

Workers clean the street on Thursday, a day after a largely anti-government protest drew crowds into the streets in Caracas.
London Theater Reviews: Cate Blanchett’s S-and-M Play Is More Tiresome Than Titillating

London Theater Reviews: Cate Blanchett’s S-and-M Play Is More Tiresome Than Titillating

Cate Blanchett in “When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other” at the National Theater in London. The play features an onstage Audi, which the actors clamber in and out of to canoodle.
Renault Names New Leaders to Replace Carlos Ghosn

Renault Names New Leaders to Replace Carlos Ghosn

Jean-Dominique Senard, left, the new chairman of Renault, and Thierry Bolloré, the new chief executive, at the French automaker’s headquarters on Thursday.
Are Electric Cars Only for the Rich? Sacramento Is Challenging That Notion

Are Electric Cars Only for the Rich? Sacramento Is Challenging That Notion

Sarah Quismondo and Alberto Ayala at an Our CarShare location in Sacramento.
Deadly Ebola Virus Is Found in Liberian Bat, Researchers Say

Deadly Ebola Virus Is Found in Liberian Bat, Researchers Say

A doctor administered a blood test to check for the Ebola virus at a clinic in Monrovia, Liberia, in 2015.
Nadal Advances to Australian Open Final, Defeating Tsitsipas

Nadal Advances to Australian Open Final, Defeating Tsitsipas

If Rafael Nadal wins on Sunday, his 18 major titles would place him two behind Federer’s record of 20.
Venezuela, Sebring, BuzzFeed: Your Thursday Briefing

Venezuela, Sebring, BuzzFeed: Your Thursday Briefing

Federal workers gathered in the Hart Senate Office Building on Wednesday to protest the government shutdown.
What Is Happening in Venezuela? How It Got Here and Why It Matters

What Is Happening in Venezuela? How It Got Here and Why It Matters

Supporters of the Venezuelan opposition during a symbolic swearing-in ceremony in Caracas for Juan Guaidó, who declared himself interim president on Wednesday.
Fixes: The Art of Humanizing Social Systems

Fixes: The Art of Humanizing Social Systems

Family Court Administrator Ben Burkemper stands for a portrait in his office last week at the St. Louis County Circuit Court building.
Hospitals Are Asking Their Own Patients to Donate Money

Hospitals Are Asking Their Own Patients to Donate Money

Martin Faga, who donated $200,000 to Inova Fairfax Hospital in Virginia after heart surgery there, credited the hospital for educating him about the need for such fund-raising.

Meanwhile: Dark-Sky Tourism: Under the Idaho Sky, a Sense of Belonging

For a transcendant trip, head away from light pollution and crane your neck towards the stars.
‘We Didn’t Get Ph.D.s Just to Sit Around’: Civil Servants’ Good Will Erodes

‘We Didn’t Get Ph.D.s Just to Sit Around’: Civil Servants’ Good Will Erodes

A demonstration last week outside NASA’s Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif., which is closed because of the government shutdown.
The Argument: Have Republicans Betrayed the Working Class?

The Argument: Have Republicans Betrayed the Working Class?

Palestinians fled tear gas during clashes with Israeli security forces near the Israel-Gaza border in May. Additional clashes took place this month.