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Ban the Trade in Shark Fins

Ban the Trade in Shark Fins

Every year, tens of millions of sharks end up in the fin trade.
Irish Lawmakers Vote to Allow Abortion, Part of Landmark Liberal Shift

Irish Lawmakers Vote to Allow Abortion, Part of Landmark Liberal Shift

A celebration in Dublin after a referendum overturned Ireland’s ban on abortion in May.
Army, Navy and Air Force Cadets: Steal the Mascot

Army, Navy and Air Force Cadets: Steal the Mascot

Aurora, the United States Air Force Academy's 22-year-old gyrfalcon and official mascot, was kidnapped last month.

Who Will Replace Angela Merkel as German Conservatives’ Leader?

The Christian Democratic Union, Germany’s largest political party, is gathering this week to choose its next leader — and the likely future chancellor.
Paper Chase: ‘A Christmas Carol’ Turns 175

Paper Chase: ‘A Christmas Carol’ Turns 175

Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York, who had just been elected president of the United States, with his wife, Eleanor, holding one of their granddaughters, on Christmas Day in 1932.
California Today: California Today: How Do You Capture Los Angeles in One Book?

California Today: California Today: How Do You Capture Los Angeles in One Book?

An aide for Senator Kamala Harris resigned after the Sacramento Bee asked about a sexual harassment settlement.
Saudis to Press OPEC for a Million-Barrel Cut in Oil Production

Saudis to Press OPEC for a Million-Barrel Cut in Oil Production

Khalid al-Falih, the Saudi energy minister, left, at the OPEC conference in Vienna on Thursday. His country produces 12 percent of global oil output.
Yemen Peace Talks Begin With Agreement to Free 5,000 Prisoners

Yemen Peace Talks Begin With Agreement to Free 5,000 Prisoners

A three-year war has left much of Yemen in ruins, including the northwestern city of Saada; killed tens of thousands of civilians; and pushed millions to the brink of famine.
Arrest Shakes Huawei as Global Skepticism of Its Business Grows

Arrest Shakes Huawei as Global Skepticism of Its Business Grows

A shopping mall in Shanghai on Thursday. China sees Huawei as a main driver of its ambitions for technological leadership. But much of the world sees it as a potential conduit for espionage and

Whiplash on Wall Street as Tension About Global Economy Mounts

A stock rout that started in Asia, extended to Europe and rattled Wall Street early in the day reversed course before the close of trading.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: Has the Mayor Lost His Focus?

New York Today: N.Y. Today: Has the Mayor Lost His Focus?

This year through September, Mayor de Blasio averaged 10 days a month at City Hall.
The 65 Best Songs of 2018

The 65 Best Songs of 2018

Clockwise from top left, Gunna; Ella Mai; Lady Gaga; Carrie Underwood; Cardi B
For George Bush, One Last Funeral, and Then a 70-Mile Train Ride

For George Bush, One Last Funeral, and Then a 70-Mile Train Ride

The casket of former President George H.W. Bush is carried into St. Martin’s Episcopal Church.
The Power of Supreme Court Choices

The Power of Supreme Court Choices

President Bush and Barbara Bush with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas at his swearing-in ceremony in 1991.
France’s Combustible Climate Politics

France’s Combustible Climate Politics

A car burning near the Champs-Élysées during a demonstration in Paris on Saturday.
Opinion: After Citizens United, a Vicious Cycle of Corruption

Opinion: After Citizens United, a Vicious Cycle of Corruption

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, the author of the Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United, speaking at the White House in 2017.
George Bush, Huawei, Japan: Your Thursday Briefing

George Bush, Huawei, Japan: Your Thursday Briefing

The Trumps, Obamas, Clintons and Carters attended Wednesday’s service at Washington National Cathedral.
Elizabeth Warren Stands by DNA Test. But Around Her, Worries Abound.

Elizabeth Warren Stands by DNA Test. But Around Her, Worries Abound.

Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has defended the decision to take a DNA test showing Native American ancestry.
American Priest Is Accused of Molesting Boys in the Philippines

American Priest Is Accused of Molesting Boys in the Philippines

Rev. Kenneth Bernard Hendricks, 77, has been living in the Philippines for 37 years, mostly in the same rural area.