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Instagram Bans Graphic Images of Self-Harm After Teenager’s Suicide

Instagram Bans Graphic Images of Self-Harm After Teenager’s Suicide

Instagram announced that it would bar graphic images of self-harm from its site. The change follows a 14-year-old girl’s suicide that her father linked to her exposure to social media content about
The Goalie Is a Hired Gun, and He’s Yours for $50 a Game

The Goalie Is a Hired Gun, and He’s Yours for $50 a Game

Joe Vercillo is part of an army of rental goalies serving the needs of amateur hockey teams in Toronto.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: The L Train Stinks

New York Today: N.Y. Today: The L Train Stinks

Noxious odors on the L train have made passengers and transit workers feel ill.
High Unemployment? Stagnant Economy? Just Bash the French

High Unemployment? Stagnant Economy? Just Bash the French

Flags compete during a Yellow Vests demonstration in December in Ventimiglia, Italy, near the French border.
The Church With the $6 Billion Portfolio

The Church With the $6 Billion Portfolio

Trinity Church is undergoing a renovation expected to cost $110 million, while also building a new $350 million glass tower nearby.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Rejects Trump’s Claim of ‘Presidential Harassment’

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Rejects Trump’s Claim of ‘Presidential Harassment’

Stephen Colbert mocked President Trump for pushing Democrats to halt their investigations into him.
U.S. Sanctions Are Aimed at Venezuela’s Oil. Its Citizens May Suffer First.

U.S. Sanctions Are Aimed at Venezuela’s Oil. Its Citizens May Suffer First.

Children in Caracas, the Venezuelan capital, eating lunch on Tuesday at a soup kitchen sponsored by opposition politicians.
Where Luxury Meets Accessibility

Where Luxury Meets Accessibility

Warren Smith happily left a nursing home in the Bronx for Staten Island, where he lives on his own in a studio that accommodates his wheelchair.
Mountains Aren’t Just for Skiing

Mountains Aren’t Just for Skiing

Snow hikers at Sarett Nature Center in Benton Harbor, Mich.
Heads Up: In Tasmania, a Gin Boom Showcasing Native Plants (and Even Sheep Whey)

Heads Up: In Tasmania, a Gin Boom Showcasing Native Plants (and Even Sheep Whey)

A roadside stall at the award-winning Shene Distillery in Tasmania, an island state where gin makers are creating a name for themselves.

UPDATE: Three Strategies for Finding Snow

How do you plan a ski trip to ensure the best conditions? You can think about a resort’s track record, or which have the best snow-making machines. Or you can gamble.
She Could Get Millions to Turn This Factory Into Condos. She’s Not Selling.

She Could Get Millions to Turn This Factory Into Condos. She’s Not Selling.

Flavia Galuppo at her father’s former business on Bond Street, Etna Tool & Die.

Some Venezuelans Have Turned on Maduro, and Paid With Their Lives

President Nicolás Maduro has long enjoyed the support of Venezuelans in some poor neighborhoods. But many have sided with the opposition in recent protests. The government has noticed — and has
Does Paris Still Have the Ugliest Opera House in Europe?

Does Paris Still Have the Ugliest Opera House in Europe?

The Opéra Bastille, the larger and more modern of the Paris Opera’s two theaters, turns 30 this year.
Lagos, City of Hustle, Builds an Art ‘Ecosystem’

Lagos, City of Hustle, Builds an Art ‘Ecosystem’

Tokini Peterside, founder and director of Art X is one of the arts entrepreneurs — predominantly women — behind the Lagos scene. She hopes to reach new collectors in Nigeria and inspire the next
Beyond College Campuses and Public Scandals, a Racist Tradition Lingers

Beyond College Campuses and Public Scandals, a Racist Tradition Lingers

Mel Kuhn, then the mayor of Arkansas City, Kan., dressed in blackface for a beauty pageant fundraiser in 2008.
With Abortion in Spotlight, States Seek to Pass New Laws

With Abortion in Spotlight, States Seek to Pass New Laws

Demonstrators gathered in front of the Supreme Court during the March for Life in Washington last month.
Thailand’s King Rejects His Sister’s Candidacy for Prime Minister

Thailand’s King Rejects His Sister’s Candidacy for Prime Minister

The leader of the Thai Raksa Chart Party, Preechapol Pongpanich, holding the application of Ubolratana, the king’s sister, to run for prime minister, on Friday in Bangkok.