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Rio de Janeiro Dispatch: Rio de Janeiro Elevator Attendants ‘Adore’ Their Dying, Chatty Trade

Rio de Janeiro Dispatch: Rio de Janeiro Elevator Attendants ‘Adore’ Their Dying, Chatty Trade

Marcio Martins, an elevator operator at the Banco do Brasil Cultural Center, assisting a visitor.
Leda and the Swan: A Fresco Comes to Life in Pompeii Excavation

Leda and the Swan: A Fresco Comes to Life in Pompeii Excavation

An ancient fresco depicting the mythical rape of Leda by Zeus in swan form was unearthed in a bedroom of a house under excavation in Pompeii, Italy.
Ricky Jay, Gifted Magician, Actor and Author, Is Dead at 70

Ricky Jay, Gifted Magician, Actor and Author, Is Dead at 70

Ricky Jay performing in the play “Ricky Jay: On the Stem” in 2002 at the Second Stage Theater.
Black Man Killed by Officer in Alabama Mall Shooting Was Not the Gunman, Police Now Say

Black Man Killed by Officer in Alabama Mall Shooting Was Not the Gunman, Police Now Say

Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr. was fatally shot by the police on Thursday at a mall in Alabama.
The Two-Emperor Problem

The Two-Emperor Problem

President Trump spoke with the Supreme Court chief justice, John Roberts, after the State of the Union address in January.
Ohio State 62, Michigan 39: Ohio State Overwhelms Rival Michigan, Again

Ohio State 62, Michigan 39: Ohio State Overwhelms Rival Michigan, Again

Ohio State receiver Chris Olave, right, celebrated scoring a touchdown with lineman Thayer Munford on Saturday at Ohio Stadium.
85 Years Later, Ukraine Marks Famine That Killed Millions

85 Years Later, Ukraine Marks Famine That Killed Millions

Ukrainians lit candles on Saturday to commemorate lives lost to the Great Famine.
Mexico Mulls Allowing Migrants to Stay There Pending U.S. Asylum Bids

Mexico Mulls Allowing Migrants to Stay There Pending U.S. Asylum Bids

Leaders of the incoming Mexican government are planning to meet as early as Sunday to discuss options to cope with migrants at American border crossings.
Copa Libertadores Final Postponed a Day After Fans Attack Boca Juniors’ Bus

Copa Libertadores Final Postponed a Day After Fans Attack Boca Juniors’ Bus

River Plate fans clashed with the police on Saturday outside the stadium before the final soccer match of the Copa Libertadores between River Plate and Boca Juniors in Buenos Aires.
Retrieving Body of Missionary Killed on Remote Indian Island Is a Struggle

Retrieving Body of Missionary Killed on Remote Indian Island Is a Struggle

John Allen Chau, an American missionary, was killed last week as he tried to spread Christianity to North Sentinel, a forbidden island in the Andaman Sea with a long history of repelling outsiders.
Students Who Made Apparent Nazi Salute in Photo Won’t Be Punished

Students Who Made Apparent Nazi Salute in Photo Won’t Be Punished

A school district in Wisconsin said the First Amendment prevented it from punishing students in this picture, in which many are making what appears to be a Nazi salute.
Nicolas Roeg, Director of ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth,’ Dies at 90

Nicolas Roeg, Director of ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth,’ Dies at 90

Nicholas Roeg in London in 2008. Two of his movies made the British Film Institute’s list of the 100 best British movies ever made.
The Woman Who Still Finds Louis C.K. Lovable

The Woman Who Still Finds Louis C.K. Lovable

Blanche Gardin at the César Awards show in Paris in March, wearing a Louis C.K. pin.
Marijuana Legalization Threatens These Dogs’ Collars

Marijuana Legalization Threatens These Dogs’ Collars

Dogs like Tulo "have the same behavior for any drug that they’ve been trained on," said Tommy Klein, the police chief of Rifle, Colo.
Taiwan’s President Quits as Party Chief After Stinging Losses in Local Races

Taiwan’s President Quits as Party Chief After Stinging Losses in Local Races

Taiwan’s president, Tsai Ing-wen, center, resigned as leader of the Democratic Progressive Party, or D.P.P.