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A Generation of Widows, Raising Children Who Will Be Forged by Loss

A Generation of Widows, Raising Children Who Will Be Forged by Loss

Just months after her husband was killed, Rahila Shams was expecting another child and lay in the early stages of labor with their daughter, Sofia, center, in Kabul.
Athlete to Activist: How a Public Coming Out Shaped a Young Football Player’s Life

Athlete to Activist: How a Public Coming Out Shaped a Young Football Player’s Life

Jake Bain, a freshman at Indiana State University, keeps a photo of himself and his boyfriend in his dorm room.
Trump Administration Peppers Inboxes With Plugs for Private Medicare Plans

Trump Administration Peppers Inboxes With Plugs for Private Medicare Plans

A free health clinic in Wise, Va. A recent email from the government sent to Medicare subscribers said, “You may be able to lower your out-of-pocket costs while getting extra benefits, like vision,
Jon Meacham: George H.W. Bush and the Price of Politics

Jon Meacham: George H.W. Bush and the Price of Politics

Vice President George H.W. Bush accepted his nomination as the Republican presidential candidate on Aug. 18, 1988.

News Analysis: It’s Now Donald Trump’s America. But George Bush’s Stamp Endures.

President George Bush helped build the domestic and global framework that President Trump is seeking to dismantle.

Miami Police Sergeant Suspended After Video Shows Him Tossing a Jewish Holy Book

In the video, the sergeant could be heard using expletives to describe the religious materials. “Taking out the trash, dog,” he said.
Brazil’s New Leader Wants to Ease Gun Laws. Supporters Are Ready, and Training.

Brazil’s New Leader Wants to Ease Gun Laws. Supporters Are Ready, and Training.

Natalia Ortega received instruction from a coach at a shooting club in São Paulo, Brazil, this month.
Knickers the Steer Really Is Big. But Most of Us Don’t Know a Cow’s Normal Size.

Knickers the Steer Really Is Big. But Most of Us Don’t Know a Cow’s Normal Size.

Meet Tweed, a 6-foot-8 Holstein steer, at the Watkins Glen Farm Sanctuary with its director, Tara Hess.
Macron Inspects Damage After ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests as France Weighs State of Emergency

Macron Inspects Damage After ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests as France Weighs State of Emergency

Crowds breached security cordons on the Champs-Élysées in Paris ahead of a third rally against high fuel prices.
Vows: Wedding in Paradise Is Lost, but ‘Angels’ Help After Camp Fire Devastation

Vows: Wedding in Paradise Is Lost, but ‘Angels’ Help After Camp Fire Devastation

Megan Janko and Joey Best, with their sons, were married at the Creekside Rose Garden in Chico, Calif. The family lost their farmhouse in the Camp Fire that burned through the town of Paradise, Calif.
And the Beat Goes On

And the Beat Goes On

Hundreds gather on Sundays at the Branch Brook Roller Skating Center in Newark, N.J.
Past Tense: Loss and Bravery: Intimate Snapshots From the First Decade of the AIDS Crisis

Past Tense: Loss and Bravery: Intimate Snapshots From the First Decade of the AIDS Crisis

Demonstrators holding hands during a moment of silence in Foley Square in Manhattan. A march and rally sponsored by the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) ended in a sit-in outside the United
Immigrants Are Entitled to Jury Trial for Deportable Offenses, New York Court Rules

Immigrants Are Entitled to Jury Trial for Deportable Offenses, New York Court Rules

Saylor Suazo, an immigrant from Honduras who remained in the United States after his visa expired, was arrested by federal agents as he left a Bronx courthouse.
In a Divided Bosnia, Segregated Schools Persist

In a Divided Bosnia, Segregated Schools Persist

The school in Travnik is a symbol of the ethnic and religious divide in Bosnia’s education system: Children from Croatian Catholic families attend class in the right side of the building. On the left,
George Bush: Points of Power

George Bush: Points of Power

George H.W. Bush with soldiers in 1990 at an air base in Saudi Arabia.
Politicians and Family React to George Bush’s Death

Politicians and Family React to George Bush’s Death

George Bush with President Barack Obama at the White House in 2013.

George Bush’s Life in 13 Objects

Items from family, friends, college and the White House that influenced the 41st president.