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Myanmar Dispatch: A General Kicked Off Facebook Can Still Glorify Military at Grandiose Museum

Myanmar Dispatch: A General Kicked Off Facebook Can Still Glorify Military at Grandiose Museum

In an exhibition recounting Myanmar’s martial history, the portrait of Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing hangs at the top of a pyramid of military leaders.
Twin Brothers Plead Guilty to Bronx Bomb-Making Plot

Twin Brothers Plead Guilty to Bronx Bomb-Making Plot

The Toro brothers have admitted stockpiling bomb-making materials in their Matthews Avenue apartment in the Bronx.
Taiwan Asked Voters 10 Questions. It Got Some Unexpected Answers.

Taiwan Asked Voters 10 Questions. It Got Some Unexpected Answers.

Supporters of same-sex marriage marching in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, on Sunday, after voters expressed overwhelming opposition to same-sex marriage in a referendum.
Honduran President’s Brother, Arrested in Miami, Is Charged With Drug Trafficking

Honduran President’s Brother, Arrested in Miami, Is Charged With Drug Trafficking

Juan Antonio Hernández, the brother of Honduras’s president, was accused by American prosecutors of being involved in “large-scale” drug trafficking into the United States for over a decade.
Facing Attack, George Soros’s Foundation Will Shut Down in Turkey

Facing Attack, George Soros’s Foundation Will Shut Down in Turkey

The homepage for the website of Open Society Foundations, George Soros’s philanthropic group.
One Killed and Six Injured as Car Slams Into Pedestrians in Manhattan

One Killed and Six Injured as Car Slams Into Pedestrians in Manhattan

The scene near Canal and Forsyth Streets in Chinatown, where one person was killed and six were injured in an accident on Monday night.
Beto O’Rourke Says He Isn’t Ruling Out 2020 Presidential Bid

Beto O’Rourke Says He Isn’t Ruling Out 2020 Presidential Bid

Representative Beto O’Rourke speaks at a campaign event in Dallas on Nov. 2.
Only Romaine Lettuce From Central and Northern California Is Unsafe, F.D.A. Says

Only Romaine Lettuce From Central and Northern California Is Unsafe, F.D.A. Says

Romaine lettuce at a grocery store in Simi Valley, Calif., on Nov. 20, the day federal health officials warned stores to take it off their shelves.
Pain and Sense of Betrayal as Canada G.M. Factory Closes After a Century

Pain and Sense of Betrayal as Canada G.M. Factory Closes After a Century

Murals depicting the long history of the local auto industry in Oshawa, Ontario.
Russia Attacks Ukrainian Ships and International Law

Russia Attacks Ukrainian Ships and International Law

Ukrainians who want the country to break its agreement with Russia on the use of the Sea of Azov and the Kerch Strait carried flares at a rally on Monday in Kiev, Ukraine.
DealBook: Why Trump’s Support for the Saudis May Not Help Them, or Him

DealBook: Why Trump’s Support for the Saudis May Not Help Them, or Him

The Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, second from left, with King Abdullah II of Jordan, left, at the Future Investment Initiative conference in Riyadh last month.
How Trump Is Ensuring That Greenhouse Gas Emissions Will Rise

How Trump Is Ensuring That Greenhouse Gas Emissions Will Rise

A petrochemical refinery in Port Arthur, Tex. Since taking office, President Trump has systematically taken steps that will increase greenhouse gas emissions.
Manafort Breached Plea Deal by Repeatedly Lying, Mueller Says

Manafort Breached Plea Deal by Repeatedly Lying, Mueller Says

Paul Manafort, President Trump’s onetime campaign chairman, breached his cooperation deal by lying to investigators, the special counsel said. Mr. Manafort’s lawyers disputed the characterization.
Chinese Scientist Claims to Use Crispr to Make First Genetically Edited Babies

Chinese Scientist Claims to Use Crispr to Make First Genetically Edited Babies

A microplate from Chinese scientist He Jiankui’s lab, containing embryos whose genes have been edited. Dr. He’s announcement prompted a statement from a group of 122 scientists condemning his actions
When Blue Chip Companies Pile on Debt, It’s Time to Worry

When Blue Chip Companies Pile on Debt, It’s Time to Worry

AT&T headquarters in Dallas. With about $183 billion of debt outstanding, it is one of the most indebted companies on the planet.
The Depravity of Climate-Change Denial

The Depravity of Climate-Change Denial

A trailer park destroyed by the fire that swept through Paradise, Calif., this month.
Liberal Parents, Radical Children

Liberal Parents, Radical Children

Protesters gathered outside the Supreme Court in October while Brett Kavanaugh was inside being sworn in as a justice.