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Slavery Ensnares Thousands in U.K. Here’s One Teenage Girl’s Story.

Slavery Ensnares Thousands in U.K. Here’s One Teenage Girl’s Story.

The entrance to London Victoria station. A teenage girl, a victim of modern slavery, would board a train here every Friday to travel to Eastbourne to distribute crack and heroin.
Lebanese Prime Minister Meets Macron After Mysterious Saudi Stay

Lebanese Prime Minister Meets Macron After Mysterious Saudi Stay

Prime Minister Saad Hariri of Lebanon, who has announced his resignation, with President Emmanuel Macron of France, at the Élysée Palace in Paris on Saturday.
A Close-Up on Mysteries Made of Stone in Saudi Arabia’s Desert

A Close-Up on Mysteries Made of Stone in Saudi Arabia’s Desert

A group of 19 "keyholes" at Al Wadi, in the Saudi Arabian desert, observed by archaeologist David Kennedy from a helicopter. Dr. Kennedy took more than 6,000 aerial photographs of these mysterious,

Above the Keystone Pipeline Oil Spill

Around 210,000 gallons of oil spilled onto the grasslands of South Dakota on Thursday. Get a 360-degree aerial view of the damage it left behind.
Wealth Matters: Tax Cuts for Small-Business Owners? It’s Complicated

Wealth Matters: Tax Cuts for Small-Business Owners? It’s Complicated

Jay Hatfield of Infrastructure Capital Advisors in his New York office. He is planning to restructure his businesses in order to pay lower taxes and have more money to invest.
Vietnam '67: The Women Who Covered Vietnam

Vietnam '67: The Women Who Covered Vietnam

Kate Webb earned a reputation as a fearless reporter during the Vietnam War.
Op-Ed Columnist: Mugabe and Other Leftist Heroes

Op-Ed Columnist: Mugabe and Other Leftist Heroes

Robert Mugabe, center, in 2008, the year the University of Massachusetts decided to rescind his honorary degree.
Accounting ‘Gimmicks’ in G.O.P.’s Tax Overhaul Mask Higher Cost, Deficit Hawks Say

Accounting ‘Gimmicks’ in G.O.P.’s Tax Overhaul Mask Higher Cost, Deficit Hawks Say

Senate Republicans have made many of the changes in their tax bill temporary because they used budget reconciliation rules that would allow them to pass it without votes from Democrats.
Franken Case Sets Off Debate Over Line Between Abuse and a Mistake

Franken Case Sets Off Debate Over Line Between Abuse and a Mistake

Senator Al Franken in January. He was accused by a woman of kissing and groping her in 2006.
Apple Postpones Release of HomePod Speaker

Apple Postpones Release of HomePod Speaker

Apple introduced its HomePod speaker in June and had said the product would ship by the end of the year.
In Minnesota, Outrage and Sorrow Over Al Franken Allegations

In Minnesota, Outrage and Sorrow Over Al Franken Allegations

Senator Al Franken of Minnesota on Capitol Hill in Washington in October.
For Now, Trump to Keep Ban on Importing Elephant Trophies

For Now, Trump to Keep Ban on Importing Elephant Trophies

An elephant in Zimbabwe in 2012. “Put big game trophy decision on hold until such time as I review all conservation facts,” President Trump tweeted on Friday night.
Op-Ed Contributors: A Smarter Minimum Wage

Op-Ed Contributors: A Smarter Minimum Wage

If the price of a plate of eggs varies from state to state, shouldn’t the minimum wage?
Media Memo: The Kochs Are Inching Closer to Becoming Media Moguls

Media Memo: The Kochs Are Inching Closer to Becoming Media Moguls

Charles Koch, left, and David Koch have long tried to shape political discourse through their support of nonprofit organizations, universities and think tanks. But they have expressed little interest
With Big Spill to Clean, Pipeline Owner Seeks Keystone XL Approval

With Big Spill to Clean, Pipeline Owner Seeks Keystone XL Approval

Near the site of a leak in the Keystone Pipeline in South Dakota, where 210,000 gallons of crude oil blackened a grassy field on Thursday.
Top Russian Official Tried to Broker ‘Backdoor’ Meeting Between Trump and Putin

Top Russian Official Tried to Broker ‘Backdoor’ Meeting Between Trump and Putin

Alexander Torshin, the deputy governor of the Russian central bank, at a round table in Moscow in September 2016.
As Woman After Woman Accuses Roy Moore of Misconduct, One Leads His Defense

As Woman After Woman Accuses Roy Moore of Misconduct, One Leads His Defense

Kayla Moore, wife of Roy S. Moore, at a news conference on Friday outside the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery.