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Death Toll Rises in Kenya Attack as Distraught Relatives Scramble

Death Toll Rises in Kenya Attack as Distraught Relatives Scramble

Jason Spindler was killed when gunmen carried out a deadly attack on a luxury hotel and office complex in Nairobi on Tuesday.
Sears Won’t Close Yet as Its Chairman, Edward Lampert, Fends Off Creditors

Sears Won’t Close Yet as Its Chairman, Edward Lampert, Fends Off Creditors

A closed Sears store in Mentor, Ohio. If a deal to save the company is approved by a judge, Sears will emerge from bankruptcy with less debt but it will still face steep odds in winning back shoppers.
Theresa May Survives No-Confidence Vote in British Parliament

Theresa May Survives No-Confidence Vote in British Parliament

People who oppose Brexit celebrated in London after hearing the result of the vote in Parliament on Tuesday.

How the Klan Fueled Prohibition

The 1920s weren’t just gin joints and jazz. Anti-immigrant racism was all the rage.
Brexit, El Chapo, Nairobi: Your Wednesday Briefing

Brexit, El Chapo, Nairobi: Your Wednesday Briefing

Prime Minister Theresa May addressed Parliament in London on Tuesday after her Brexit plan was defeated.
Editorial Observer: Democrats in Albany Let the Good Times Roll

Editorial Observer: Democrats in Albany Let the Good Times Roll

Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivering his State of the State address in Albany on Tuesday.
The Chart That Shows the Financial Peril Facing Federal Workers

The Chart That Shows the Financial Peril Facing Federal Workers

Federal workers lining up on Saturday at a grocery store in Largo, Md., where a food bank was distributing produce and canned goods.

How Prohibition Shaped Harlem

In 1932, a pioneering illustrator captured the way America’s ban on booze created a more urbane night life culture in Manhattan.
Stocking Up at an Airline’s Garage Sale

Stocking Up at an Airline’s Garage Sale

Aviation enthusiast Bill McDaniel with two of the items he purchased at the Delta surplus sale.
Past Tense: How the Slice Joint Made Pizza the Perfect New York City Food

Past Tense: How the Slice Joint Made Pizza the Perfect New York City Food

Getting pizza and hanging about on MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village. Aug. 2, 1963.
Frugal Traveler: An Indian City Bursting With Action

Frugal Traveler: An Indian City Bursting With Action

Celebrations for a movie opening outside the Woodlands Cinema in Chennai.
As Republicans Rush to Condemn Steve King, Some Ask: Why Not Trump?

As Republicans Rush to Condemn Steve King, Some Ask: Why Not Trump?

Representative Steve King, Republican of Iowa, last month in Washington. He once said that undocumented immigrants had “calves the size of cantaloupes because they’re hauling 75 pounds of marijuana
‘We Are in Control’: 5 Takeaways From Governor Cuomo’s State of the State Speech

‘We Are in Control’: 5 Takeaways From Governor Cuomo’s State of the State Speech

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo made proposals aplenty in his State of the State speech Tuesday in Albany.
How One Socialist Lawmaker Is Trying to Change His State’s Pro-Business Policies

How One Socialist Lawmaker Is Trying to Change His State’s Pro-Business Policies

“They want someone to go and fight, even if that person is on the losing end, said Lee Carter, a socialist who was elected to represent Manassas, Va., in the state House of Delegates.
Canadian Sentenced to Death in China for Drug Smuggling Will Appeal

Canadian Sentenced to Death in China for Drug Smuggling Will Appeal

Robert Lloyd Schellenberg in court in Dalian, China, on Monday. His lawyer said it was “very, very rare” for a Chinese court to impose a death sentence as swiftly as the Dalian court did.