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The 52 Places Traveler: Visiting Puerto Rico, and Finding the Up Beat

The 52 Places Traveler: Visiting Puerto Rico, and Finding the Up Beat

On a Monday night in San Juan, La Terraza de Bonanza is filled by lovers of plena and bomba music.

Coming to Chicago: A ‘Giselle’ That Speaks to the Present

Tamara Rojo, of English National Ballet, gambled that a contemporary “Giselle,” with choreography by a ballet outsider, would resonate with audiences.
Trilobites: Searching Tardigrades for Lifesaving Secrets

Trilobites: Searching Tardigrades for Lifesaving Secrets

Tardigrades have special proteins that scientists believe help them achieve suspended animation.
In a Divided Washington, Congress Averted a Shutdown — but at a Price

In a Divided Washington, Congress Averted a Shutdown — but at a Price

Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, convinced President Trump to sign legislature that would avoid another government shutdown.

A New Law Made Him a ‘Free Man on Paper,’ but He Died Behind Bars

The case of Steve Cheatham shows why so many families were pinning their hopes on the bipartisan criminal justice overhaul. For Mr. Cheatham, the reprieve came too late.
How a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit Could Open a Path to Irish Unity

How a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit Could Open a Path to Irish Unity

The corner of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, where the “Bloody Sunday” killings of demonstrators were carried out. The Good Friday Agreement of 1998 has largely ended sectarian violence.
News Analysis: Yet Another Election for Spain Reveals Deeper Strains

News Analysis: Yet Another Election for Spain Reveals Deeper Strains

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez at a news conference in Madrid on Friday. “The decision is in the Spanish people’s hands,” he said, announcing elections in April.
Four Men Convicted in Killing of Top Aide to Myanmar’s Leader

Four Men Convicted in Killing of Top Aide to Myanmar’s Leader

U Kyi Lin, center, and U Aung Win Zaw were both sentenced to death on Friday for the killing of the adviser U Ko Ni.
The Federal Debt Is Rising. Concern Is Not.

The Federal Debt Is Rising. Concern Is Not.

The national debt has topped $22 trillion, a record, creating political challenges for both parties. The national debt clock in Times Square hasn’t quite caught up though.
China Cites Progress in U.S. Trade Talks as Deadline Looms

China Cites Progress in U.S. Trade Talks as Deadline Looms

President Xi Jinping of China meeting with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, left, the United States trade representative Robert Lighthizer, second from left, and Chinese officials at the Great Hall
Photos From the Opportunity Rover’s Mission on Mars

Photos From the Opportunity Rover’s Mission on Mars

Scenes from a long drive on Mars. Clockwise from top left: a raised section of the western rim of Endeavour Crater; tracks along a sand ripple; a view of the plain after a drive in 2011; and the edge
In Tour of Australia, Chinese Admire Clean Air but Bemoan Lack of Hot Drinking Water

In Tour of Australia, Chinese Admire Clean Air but Bemoan Lack of Hot Drinking Water

A group of Chinese tourists made seven stops in Sydney, Australia, last month just to snap selfies in front of the Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.
A Fat Check for Matt Kuchar Yielded a Slim Bonus for His Caddie in Mexico

A Fat Check for Matt Kuchar Yielded a Slim Bonus for His Caddie in Mexico

Matt Kuchar, right, and his caddie, David Giral Ortiz, celebrating a birdie during the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Ortiz was filling in for Kuchar’s regular caddie when Kuchar
Travis Kauffman Is No Chuck Norris, but He Did Kill a Mountain Lion

Travis Kauffman Is No Chuck Norris, but He Did Kill a Mountain Lion

Travis Kauffman on Thursday recounted the mountain lion attack that left him with seven stitches along his cheek, six along the bridge of his nose and three on his wrist.
President Trump, Brexit, Syria: Your Friday Briefing

President Trump, Brexit, Syria: Your Friday Briefing

A Border Patrol officer guarding the U.S.-Mexico border fence in Nogales, Ariz., last week.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Journalists Say Publisher Threatened Them in a Tirade

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Journalists Say Publisher Threatened Them in a Tirade

Staff members at The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette said employees were fearful days after the publisher, John Robinson Block, appeared in the newsroom Saturday night and went on a tirade.