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Bike-Share Options Are Rarely Available for People With Disabilities

Bike-share operators that have sought to revolutionize transportation increasingly are facing questions about who gets left out.
Nigel Farage, on Brexit Sidelines, Prepares for a ‘Another Great Battle’

Nigel Farage, on Brexit Sidelines, Prepares for a ‘Another Great Battle’

Nigel Farage, left, posing with the businessman Richard Tice for the “Leave Means Leave” campaign against Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
Nobel Peace Prize Winners Demand Global Action on Mass Rape: ‘Enough is Enough!’

Nobel Peace Prize Winners Demand Global Action on Mass Rape: ‘Enough is Enough!’

Nadia Murad, center, and Dr. Denis Mukwege accepting the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo on Monday. They were honored for their campaigns to end mass rape in war.
N.F.L. Week 14 Was Wild. Here’s What We Learned.

N.F.L. Week 14 Was Wild. Here’s What We Learned.

Amari Cooper and Blake Jarwin celebrated after beating the Eagles.
Chinese Court Says Apple Infringed on Qualcomm Patents

Chinese Court Says Apple Infringed on Qualcomm Patents

Apple employees introduced new iPhone models at a store in Shanghai last month. A Chinese court ordered Apple to stop selling some iPhone models in the country, but Apple said all models remained on
Will William Barr Be Trump’s Roy Cohn?

Will William Barr Be Trump’s Roy Cohn?

President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump descend from Air Force One on last week at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.
U.N. Approves Sweeping Deal on Migration, but Without U.S. Support

U.N. Approves Sweeping Deal on Migration, but Without U.S. Support

The United Nations secretary general, António Guterres, dismissed as “myth No. 1” the idea that the global accord on migration would force countries to adopt migrant-friendly laws and regulations. It
What Happens When 25,000 Amazon Workers Flush Toilets?

What Happens When 25,000 Amazon Workers Flush Toilets?

A submerged bike lane in Long Island City, Queens, where Amazon plans to build a campus for as many as 25,000 workers.
Affordable Housing on a Megachurch Parking Lot? A Brooklyn Pastor Hopes So

Affordable Housing on a Megachurch Parking Lot? A Brooklyn Pastor Hopes So

When the Rev. A.R. Bernard, the pastor of the Christian Cultural Center, looks at this parking lot in East New York, Brooklyn, he sees an opportunity.

Lens: Documenting the Disappearing Glaciers of Iceland

On foot and by plane, Ragnar Axelsson is photographing the glaciers that cover his homeland, creating a poetic record of the structures for a future without them.
Runaway Bus With No Driver Careens Through Hong Kong Intersection

Runaway Bus With No Driver Careens Through Hong Kong Intersection

An empty school bus rolled down a hill in Hong Kong before crashing into a storefront. The police said that a firefighter at the scene discovered trouble with the vehicle’s parking brake.
To Protect Migrants From Police, a Dutch Church Service Never Ends

To Protect Migrants From Police, a Dutch Church Service Never Ends

Pastor Rosaliene Israel joined the more than 550 clergy members who have been holding a nonstop service at Bethel Church, in The Hague, to protect an Armenian family from deportation.
Jack Dorsey, Posting About Myanmar on Twitter, Is Accused of Being Tone Deaf

Jack Dorsey, Posting About Myanmar on Twitter, Is Accused of Being Tone Deaf

Twitter’s chief executive, Jack Dorsey, praised the country and people of Myanmar over the weekend, but was criticized for not mentioning the oppression of ethnic Rohingya there.
The Misguided Priorities of Our Educational System

The Misguided Priorities of Our Educational System

Students learning technical and manufacturing skills as part of a high school program in San Antonio, Tex.
The Dangers of Doing Favors for Donald Trump

The Dangers of Doing Favors for Donald Trump

Michael Cohen getting into an elevator at Trump Tower in New York City in December 2016.