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At a Rare Book Fair, the Prices Are Steep but the Lore Is Free

At a Rare Book Fair, the Prices Are Steep but the Lore Is Free

The rare-books dealer Donald Heald displays a vividly illustrated book of East Indies marine life at the recent New York International Antiquarian Book Fair.
‘It Is Unspeakable’: How Maduro Used Cuban Doctors to Coerce Venezuela Voters

‘It Is Unspeakable’: How Maduro Used Cuban Doctors to Coerce Venezuela Voters

Yansnier Arias was sent to Venezuela by the Cuban government, one of thousands of doctors deployed to help Venezuela’s collapsing medical system.
Flash Flooding in Indonesia Kills at Least 50

Flash Flooding in Indonesia Kills at Least 50

Flash floods in Sentani, Papua, Indonesia, left debris and mud around a helicopter on Sunday.
New Zealand Shooting Live Updates: ‘There Will Be Changes’ to Gun Laws, Prime Minister Says

New Zealand Shooting Live Updates: ‘There Will Be Changes’ to Gun Laws, Prime Minister Says

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand at a mosque in Wellington, the capital, on Sunday.
On College Basketball: R.I.P. to the R.P.I.: Selection Committee Breaks Out New Math

On College Basketball: R.I.P. to the R.P.I.: Selection Committee Breaks Out New Math

Bill Self and his Kansas Jayhawks were ranked first in the R.P.I. this week but 19th in the metric the Selection Committee will use to pick the N.C.A.A. tournament field.
Record-High Floods in Nebraska Breach Levees and Isolate Towns

Record-High Floods in Nebraska Breach Levees and Isolate Towns

A roadway in Omaha, Neb., is underwater on Saturday as flooding continued in parts of the Midwest.
After Mosque Massacre, New Zealand Has Its Gun-Debate Moment

After Mosque Massacre, New Zealand Has Its Gun-Debate Moment

Floral tributes at a memorial near Christchurch Hospital. The death toll rose to 50 on Sunday.
Jeanine Pirro’s Show Is Bumped by Fox, to the President’s Chagrin

Jeanine Pirro’s Show Is Bumped by Fox, to the President’s Chagrin

Jeanine Pirro in 2017. Her prime-time show, “Justice With Judge Jeanine,” did not air in its usual time slot on Saturday, one week after the Fox News said her remarks “do not reflect those of the
The Scandals of Meritocracy

The Scandals of Meritocracy

Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass.
Ebola Epidemic in Congo Could Last Another Year, C.D.C. Director Warns

Ebola Epidemic in Congo Could Last Another Year, C.D.C. Director Warns

A health care worker washing protective gear in Beni, Democratic Republic of Congo, in December.
After 2 Crashes of New Boeing Jet, Pilot Training Now a Focus

After 2 Crashes of New Boeing Jet, Pilot Training Now a Focus

When Boeing developed its 737 Max, regulators determined that pilots could fly the planes without extensive additional training because they were essentially the same as the previous generation.
How to Help the Victims of the Christchurch Shootings

How to Help the Victims of the Christchurch Shootings

Flowers laid near the Linwood mosque, one of the two attacked in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Our Brother, Our Executioner

Our Brother, Our Executioner

Al Noor Mosque, where one of two anti-Muslim terrorist attacks took place in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday.
Judge Blocks Kentucky Fetal Heartbeat Law That Bans Abortion After 6 Weeks

Judge Blocks Kentucky Fetal Heartbeat Law That Bans Abortion After 6 Weeks

April Lanham, center, allowed attendees at a legislative meeting in Frankfort, Ky., to listen to her fetus’s heartbeat.
11 Premature Babies Die in Less Than a Day in Tunisian Hospital, Sparking Outrage

11 Premature Babies Die in Less Than a Day in Tunisian Hospital, Sparking Outrage

The maternity ward at the Rabta hospital in Tunis, days after 11 babies died there in 24 hours.