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Who Is Carlos Ghosn and Why Is He in Trouble?

Who Is Carlos Ghosn and Why Is He in Trouble?

Prosecutors said Carlos Ghosn declared only half of the $88.8 million he was paid from 2011 to 2015.
Satanic Temple Settles Lawsuit Over Goat-Headed Statue in ‘Sabrina’

Satanic Temple Settles Lawsuit Over Goat-Headed Statue in ‘Sabrina’

A model of the Satanic Temple’s statue of Baphomet, which the temple claimed was copied by the Netflix series “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.”
What FEMA Is Doing, and Not Doing, in Response to California’s Fires

What FEMA Is Doing, and Not Doing, in Response to California’s Fires

Volunteers inside a Sears store in Chico, Calif., this month helping victims of the Camp Fire receive FEMA aid and other government services.
The F.A.O. Schwarz Piano Is Back — but With a Different Tune

The F.A.O. Schwarz Piano Is Back — but With a Different Tune

F.A.O. Schwarz, the famed toy seller that closed three years ago, has been reincarnated. But it isn’t the same.
Ex-Soldier Gets 5,160 Years in Prison for Guatemala Massacre

Ex-Soldier Gets 5,160 Years in Prison for Guatemala Massacre

Santos López Alonzo was convicted of participating in the killings of 171 people on Dec. 7, 1982.
A Brexit Compromise Nobody Likes: What Could Be More English?

A Brexit Compromise Nobody Likes: What Could Be More English?

Protesters from both sides of the Brexit debate in London this month. After the sputtering of a coup against Prime Minister Theresa May, Britain’s body politic seems to be moving, grudgingly, toward
Review: With ‘Dirty John,’ a Podcast Is Worth 480 Minutes of TV

Review: With ‘Dirty John,’ a Podcast Is Worth 480 Minutes of TV

Eric Bana and Connie Britton in the new Bravo series “Dirty John.”
Goldman Chairman Met Privately With Fugitive Accused in Malaysian Fraud

Goldman Chairman Met Privately With Fugitive Accused in Malaysian Fraud

Jho Low, now an international fugitive, is accused of being the mastermind in a multibillion-dollar fraud involving a Malaysian government investment fund.
U.K. Panel Finds ‘Litany of Errors’ in Response to Terrorist Attacks

U.K. Panel Finds ‘Litany of Errors’ in Response to Terrorist Attacks

A vigil in May for victims of the bombing in Manchester, England, last year, which killed 22 people, including several children.
6 Men Jailed for Beating American Student to Death in Greece

6 Men Jailed for Beating American Student to Death in Greece

Greek police officers in Athens on Thursday escorting three of those charged in the killing of Bakari Henderson, 22, on the island of Zakynthos last year.
U.K.’s Homelessness Problem Is Growing, and Spreading, Report Finds

U.K.’s Homelessness Problem Is Growing, and Spreading, Report Finds

Sleeping outside an underground station in London. The greatest concentration of homelessness was found to be in the capital, but the sharpest increases were in the English Midlands and Yorkshire.
U.K. Agrees on Brexit Plan With Europe’s Negotiators

U.K. Agrees on Brexit Plan With Europe’s Negotiators

“The British people want this to be settled,” Britain’s prime minister, Theresa May, said, speaking briefly outside her office on Downing Street on Thursday.
A Chinese Actor Admits Hitting a Woman — and Some Take His Side

A Chinese Actor Admits Hitting a Woman — and Some Take His Side

A screen grab of a photograph posted on Instagram by the Japanese model Haruka Nakaura. Jiang Jinfu, a Chinese model and actor who had been dating Ms. Nakaura, admitted to having hit her.
Nissan’s Board Removes Carlos Ghosn as Chairman in Wake of His Arrest

Nissan’s Board Removes Carlos Ghosn as Chairman in Wake of His Arrest

Nissan’s chairman, Carlos Ghosn, seen above on the screen, was arrested in Tokyo on Monday over a suspected breach of Japanese financial laws.
Specter of Meddling by Beijing Looms Over Taiwan’s Elections

Specter of Meddling by Beijing Looms Over Taiwan’s Elections

Supporters of Chen Chi-Mai, the Democratic Progressive Party candidate for mayor of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Some are concerned that Beijing is trying to influence the race.
Supreme Court Party Time

Supreme Court Party Time

Justices Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, Elena Kagan, Samuel Alito, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and John Roberts in the East Room of the White House last Friday.