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‘I Want to Live Like a Human Being’: Where N.Y. Fails Its Mentally Ill

‘I Want to Live Like a Human Being’: Where N.Y. Fails Its Mentally Ill

Abraham Clemente, who is schizophrenic, moved out of an adult home into his own Brooklyn apartment last year. “I don’t want to live like this,” he said in August.
Renewed Hope for Peace in Yemen

Renewed Hope for Peace in Yemen

Saudi-led coalition forces on patrol in Yemen earlier this year.
The Father, the Son and the Sins of Italian Politics

The Father, the Son and the Sins of Italian Politics

Luigi Di Maio, Italy’s deputy prime minister, has a squeaky clean reputation, but his father has been accused of illegal activities.
domains: The Squishiest, Sweetest Sleep

domains: The Squishiest, Sweetest Sleep

Sweet dreams: Charles Hall, the inventor of the water bed, on an Afloat Water Bed in his home on Bainbridge Island, Wash.
Brexit Special: Your Thursday Briefing

Brexit Special: Your Thursday Briefing

For 13 years, Angela Merkel has been chancellor of Germany and leader of Europe, steering her country and continent through successive crises.
Police Shoot Armed Man During Gun Battle in the Bronx; 2 Bystanders Injured

Police Shoot Armed Man During Gun Battle in the Bronx; 2 Bystanders Injured

Officers canvassed Bronx streets on Wednesday night after the police shot an armed man in the University Heights neighborhood.
‘Already an Exception’: Merkel’s Legacy Is Shaped by Migration and Austerity

‘Already an Exception’: Merkel’s Legacy Is Shaped by Migration and Austerity

For 13 years, Angela Merkel has been chancellor of Germany and leader of Europe, steering her country and continent through successive crises.
Corner Office: James Dyson: ‘The Public Wants to Buy Strange Things’

Corner Office: James Dyson: ‘The Public Wants to Buy Strange Things’

James Dyson. "I try to recruit everybody as a graduate, because they have no baggage, they have enthusiasm and curiosity," he said.
With Chris Dawson’s Arrest in 1982 Sydney Murder, Others Break Silence on Teacher Misconduct

With Chris Dawson’s Arrest in 1982 Sydney Murder, Others Break Silence on Teacher Misconduct

Dee Why Beach in the Northern Beaches district, a suburb of Sydney, on Wednesday. The Dawsons lived in the area, known for its oceanfront real estate and wealthy residents.
Amid Ongoing Reorganization, U.S.A. Gymnastics Files for Bankruptcy

Amid Ongoing Reorganization, U.S.A. Gymnastics Files for Bankruptcy

Despite the bankruptcy filing, U.S.A. gymnastics insists that it is not going through a liquidation process.
The Murder Case Seemed Solid. Here’s Why Jurors Would Not Convict.

The Murder Case Seemed Solid. Here’s Why Jurors Would Not Convict.

Chanel Lewis was arrested in February 2017 for the murder of Karina Vetrano.
Harvey Weinstein Makes an Email Plea: ‘I’ve Had One Hell of a Year’

Harvey Weinstein Makes an Email Plea: ‘I’ve Had One Hell of a Year’

Harvey Weinstein, left, and his lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, leaving a Manhattan court in July.
In Charlottesville Murder Trial, Courtroom Relives Trauma of a Violent Day

In Charlottesville Murder Trial, Courtroom Relives Trauma of a Violent Day

The Charlottesville Circuit Courthouse in Virginia, where James A. Fields Jr. is on trial for the killing of Heather Heyer.
Trump Gets It All Wrong

Trump Gets It All Wrong

President Trump with U.S. Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford during a briefing by senior military leaders, in October.
As Flynn Case Winds Down, Investigation of Turkish Lobbying Persists

As Flynn Case Winds Down, Investigation of Turkish Lobbying Persists

Prosecutors have recommended a light sentence for Michael T. Flynn, President Trump’s former national security adviser, who pleaded guilty to lying to F.B.I. agents about his contacts with Russia’s
Five U.S. Marines Missing in Aircraft Accident Off Japan

Five U.S. Marines Missing in Aircraft Accident Off Japan

A Japanese Coast Guard ship and a United States Navy plane during a search operation for a United States Marine refueling plane and a fighter jet near Muroto, Japan, on Thursday.

The Shift: Facebook Emails Show Its Real Mission: Making Money and Crushing Competition

Messages released publicly on Wednesday suggest the idealistic image the company promoted for years was a carefully cultivated smoke screen.
North Carolina Republicans Targeted Voter Fraud. Did They Look at the Wrong Kind?

North Carolina Republicans Targeted Voter Fraud. Did They Look at the Wrong Kind?

Voters in Charlotte, N.C., last month. The focus on voter-impersonation fraud has overshadowed a longer-running political duel over absentee ballots and elections procedures in the state.