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Brazil’s New President Isn’t Even in Office Yet and He’s Already Damaged Our Health Care

Brazil’s New President Isn’t Even in Office Yet and He’s Already Damaged Our Health Care

Cuban doctors heading home in Brasilia last month, after criticism by President-elect Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil prompted Cuba’s government to sever a cooperation agreement.
The Chuck and Nancy and Donald Show

The Chuck and Nancy and Donald Show

President Donald Trump makes his point at the White House Tuesday in a meeting with the Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, right, and the House speaker-designate Nancy Pelosi, along with Vice
Macron’s Proposal to Mollify Yellow Vest Protesters Fails to Impress

Macron’s Proposal to Mollify Yellow Vest Protesters Fails to Impress

Yellow vest protesters occupying a traffic circle on Tuesday in Saint-Etienne, France.
Helen Klaben Kahn, Survivor of a 49-Day Yukon Ordeal, Dies at 76

Helen Klaben Kahn, Survivor of a 49-Day Yukon Ordeal, Dies at 76

Helen Klaben is carried from a rescue airplane in the Yukon Territory in March 1963. She and the pilot of a single-engine plane, which had crashed, had just survived 49 days stranded in the snowy
It Could Be the Age of the Chicken, Geologically

It Could Be the Age of the Chicken, Geologically

A poultry farm in South Africa. There are at least 10 times more chickens on Earth than any other bird.
Macron Blinks

Macron Blinks

President Emmanuel Macron of France during a televised address to the nation on Monday.
Will the Supreme Court Overturn Roe v. Wade After All?

Will the Supreme Court Overturn Roe v. Wade After All?

Anti-abortion (in front) and abortion-rights (in back) advocates demonstrating in front of the Supreme Court in June.
Huawei Executive Granted Bail by Canadian Court

Huawei Executive Granted Bail by Canadian Court

The arrest in Canada of Meng Wanzhou, a top executive at Huawei, sent shock waves throughout China and the United States, which are negotiating to end a trade war.
Charges Dropped Against Brooklyn Mother Who Had Baby Ripped from Her Arms by Police

Charges Dropped Against Brooklyn Mother Who Had Baby Ripped from Her Arms by Police

Damone Buckman III, the 1-year-old son of Jazmine Headley, whose arrest on Friday at a government office in Brooklyn sparked an outcry.
Senate, Rejecting Curbs on Food Stamps, Passes Compromise Farm Bill

Senate, Rejecting Curbs on Food Stamps, Passes Compromise Farm Bill

A soybean farm in Kansas. The farm bill is instrumental in providing a safety net to farmers hit with unexpected weather or by tariffs.
For 80,000 Commuters, One Nemesis: A 108-Year-Old Bridge

For 80,000 Commuters, One Nemesis: A 108-Year-Old Bridge

The Portal Bridge, which crosses the Hackensack River in New Jersey, carries Amtrak and New Jersey Transit trains and has a tendency to get stuck after it opens to let boats pass.
At CBS Annual Meeting, Moonves Goes Unmentioned

At CBS Annual Meeting, Moonves Goes Unmentioned

Protesters opposing severance pay for Leslie Moonves, the ousted CBS chief executive, outside the company's shareholders meeting in New York on Tuesday.
How Do You Recover After Millions Have Watched You Overdose?

How Do You Recover After Millions Have Watched You Overdose?

Left: Kelmae Hemphill, 11 months sober. Center: images of overdoses published on YouTube. Right: Mandy McGowan, two years sober.
Women in Rare Company Accept Nobel Prizes in Physics and Chemistry

Women in Rare Company Accept Nobel Prizes in Physics and Chemistry

Donna Strickland accepting the Nobel Prize in Physics at the award ceremony on Monday in Stockholm.
This Is the Most Important Week of the N.F.L. Season. Here’s Why.

This Is the Most Important Week of the N.F.L. Season. Here’s Why.

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs escaped against the Ravens on Sunday. On Thursday, Kansas City can seal the A.F.C. West title against the Chargers.
The Best Dance of 2018

The Best Dance of 2018

The best dance of the year included, from left, Taylor Stanley in “The Runaway,” the Drive East festival, the Lucinda Childs Dance Company at MoMA, Sara Mearns as Isadora Duncan, Justin Peck’s “Hurry