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Cairo Journal: Bump, Tumble, Go Faster! In Egypt, Roller Derby Is Real Life

Cairo Journal: Bump, Tumble, Go Faster! In Egypt, Roller Derby Is Real Life

Caroline Fadel Courdi, center, nicknamed Acroline, during a training session.
Write-In Results From Alabama Senate Race Are In. And They’re Downright Weird.

Write-In Results From Alabama Senate Race Are In. And They’re Downright Weird.

Luther Strange, who was appointed to the Senate after Jeff Sessions became attorney general, was the top write-in candidate.
The Neediest Cases Fund: Staring Down Addiction and Fending Off Harmful Voices

The Neediest Cases Fund: Staring Down Addiction and Fending Off Harmful Voices

Allan Wilson, 61, on his way to a therapy appointment with his home health aide, Novia Edwards, at his side.
The Materials Man of the Emirates

The Materials Man of the Emirates

The installation “Objects in the Ground,” was produced by the Sharjah Art Foundation from a sketch by Hassan Sharif. It includes works made by the artist from street trash, including plastic and wire,
Facebook Removes Chechen Strongman’s Accounts, Raising Policy Questions

Facebook Removes Chechen Strongman’s Accounts, Raising Policy Questions

Ramzan Kadyrov, head of the Chechen Republic, at the Kremlin last year.
Art Review: MoMA Upends Its Collection to Celebrate Late Careers

Art Review: MoMA Upends Its Collection to Celebrate Late Careers

Joan Jonas’s “Reanimation,” a video-sculpture installation that mixes Arctic landscapes, folk tales, music and hanging glass, is a recent acquisition by the Museum of Modern Art. The piece is part of
Uber Sells Stake to SoftBank, Valuing Ride-Hailing Giant at $48 Billion

Uber Sells Stake to SoftBank, Valuing Ride-Hailing Giant at $48 Billion

Dara Khosrowshahi, who became Uber’s chief executive in August, said he wanted to take the ride-hailing company public by 2019.
In Wake of Attacks, Tighter Security for Times Square on New Year’s Eve

In Wake of Attacks, Tighter Security for Times Square on New Year’s Eve

Members of the New York Police Department’s Counterterrorism Bureau in Times Square on Christmas Eve. In past years, the department deployed around 5,000 officers for New Year’s Eve. This year, police
That Game on Your Phone May Be Tracking What You’re Watching on TV

That Game on Your Phone May Be Tracking What You’re Watching on TV

Android screenshots of the app Honey Quest, which uses technology that keeps tabs on the viewing habits of its users.
Trump’s Way: Trump, the Insurgent, Breaks With 70 Years of American Foreign Policy

Trump’s Way: Trump, the Insurgent, Breaks With 70 Years of American Foreign Policy

President Trump boarding Air Force One in May. Nearly a year into his presidency, he remains an erratic, idiosyncratic leader on the global stage.
About New York: Subway Booths Have Gone Quiet. Time for the Agents to Step Out?

About New York: Subway Booths Have Gone Quiet. Time for the Agents to Step Out?

A group of subway station agents recently underwent training as “Wayfinders,” as part of a one-year pilot project getting them out of their booths and onto platforms to help passengers.
CryptoKitties, Explained ... Mostly

CryptoKitties, Explained ... Mostly

Cassandra Shi, center, talks with other guests during a Crypto Christmas Party at Mr. Tipple's Recording Studio in San Francisco.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: I Want to Be an Angry Mother

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: I Want to Be an Angry Mother

Mães de Maio members demonstrating in São Paulo, Brazil in April.