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Fate of Stateless Rohingya Muslims Is in Antagonistic Hands

Fate of Stateless Rohingya Muslims Is in Antagonistic Hands

Rohingya refugees after crossing the Naf River into Bangladesh, near the village of Shah Porir Dwip, in September.
Vows: They Found the Harbor for Their Hearts

Vows: They Found the Harbor for Their Hearts

Jacqueline Spagnola and Guido Wolff, who met off the coast of Croatia while on a yachting excursion, during their first dance as newlyweds.
Celebrating Women’s Rights, ‘That Most American of Operas’

Celebrating Women’s Rights, ‘That Most American of Operas’

From left, Tony Kieraldo conducting Ella Loudon and Robert Osborne in a rehearsal for Gertrude Stein and Virgil Thomson’s opera “The Mother of Us All,” which will be staged at the newly reopened
Iraqi Kurds’ Independence Vote Exposed Risks to Energy Strategy

Iraqi Kurds’ Independence Vote Exposed Risks to Energy Strategy

Pedestrians in the old city of Erbil, Iraq. The uncertainty following the Kurdish referendum heaps risk on energy markets already unsettled by rhetoric between the United States and Iran, and the
The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: A Hate Crime, or a Wound of War?

The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: A Hate Crime, or a Wound of War?

Damien Rodriguez has been charged with felony-level hate crime and assault charges that carry a mandatory prison sentence. A decorated Marine sergeant major, he was forced to retire after his arrest.
ISIS, Squeezed on Two Sides, Loses Syrian City and Border Crossing

ISIS, Squeezed on Two Sides, Loses Syrian City and Border Crossing

The loss is another blow to the Islamic State and a sign of the resurgence of the Syrian army.
Donald Trump, ‘Thor: Ragnarok,’ Daylight Saving Time: Your Friday Briefing

Donald Trump, ‘Thor: Ragnarok,’ Daylight Saving Time: Your Friday Briefing

A view of the Capitol in Washington. Republican lawmakers hope to send the new tax bill to the White House by Christmas.
After ‘Hope,’ and Lawsuit, Shepard Fairey Tries Damage Control

After ‘Hope,’ and Lawsuit, Shepard Fairey Tries Damage Control

Shepard Fairey in his Los Angeles studio holding a stencil that is one of his tools for artmaking. The telephone booth is part of a mock newsstand installation in his upcoming gallery show.
The U.S. Added 261,000 Jobs in October; Here’s the Upshot

The U.S. Added 261,000 Jobs in October; Here’s the Upshot

Workers clearing debris from a cafe damaged by Hurricane Harvey in Texas. The storm depressed September’s employment figures, keeping some leisure and hospitality workers off the job, but their return
The Unspeakable Greatness of Giannis Antetokounmpo

The Unspeakable Greatness of Giannis Antetokounmpo

The Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo is already in the conversation for the Most Valuable Player Award this season.
Essay: How I Helped a Blind Marathoner Reach the Podium, Above the Arctic Circle

Essay: How I Helped a Blind Marathoner Reach the Podium, Above the Arctic Circle

Eline Oidvin, center, ran the 2017 Spitsbergen Marathon in Norway guided by Hakon Fram Stokka, left, and by Andrew W. Lehren, the author. The race is billed as the world’s most northern marathon on

Floating Schools in Bangladesh

In the Natore District in northwest Bangladesh, children attend school on a houseboat. Flooding is an increasing problem in the country, which is a delta formed by the confluence of major rivers and
Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Watches Facebook’s Testimony ‘Devolve Into Anger’

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Watches Facebook’s Testimony ‘Devolve Into Anger’

Trevor Noah found the back-and-forth between the online giants and Congress all too similar to exchanges on social media: “The only thing missing was some random person popping in with a racial slur.”
Op-Ed Columnist: Sarah Huckabee Sanders Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

Op-Ed Columnist: Sarah Huckabee Sanders Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, at the daily press briefing on Oct. 24.