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Will ‘Black Panther’ Help Redefine ‘Star’ Overseas?

Will ‘Black Panther’ Help Redefine ‘Star’ Overseas?

$64 million at the overseas box office: “Crazy Rich Asians” benefited from strong champions inside Warner Bros.

Philippine Lawmaker, a Duterte Ally, Is Killed in Pre-Election Violence

Rodel M. Batocabe, 52, was fatally shot during a gift-giving ceremony on Saturday. He was the 21st official killed since President Rodrigo Duterte took office.
Man and Woman Arrested Over Drone Incursions at Gatwick Airport

Man and Woman Arrested Over Drone Incursions at Gatwick Airport

After three days of intense disruption, Gatwick Airport, near London, hoped to run a full schedule of more than 750 flights on Saturday.

Double Bombing Near Somalia’s Presidential Palace Kills at Least 13

The Shabab, an Islamist group linked to Al Qaeda, claimed responsibility for both blasts on Saturday in Mogadishu.
The Defiance of Mariah’s Lambs

The Defiance of Mariah’s Lambs

Mariah Carey during the American Music Awards on October 9 in Los Angeles.
Video of Tourist’s Killing in Morocco Is Most Likely Real, Norway Says

Video of Tourist’s Killing in Morocco Is Most Likely Real, Norway Says

A memorial in Marrakesh, Morocco, for the students Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, of Denmark, and Maren Ueland, of Norway.
What Is Hungary’s ‘Slave Law,’ and Why Has It Provoked Opposition?

What Is Hungary’s ‘Slave Law,’ and Why Has It Provoked Opposition?

A measure raising the amount of overtime Hungarians can be asked to work has faced unusually sustained protests, including this march in a near-freezing Budapest on Friday.
Surfing Remade in the Rockaways

Surfing Remade in the Rockaways

Louis Harris, 46, near his home in uptown Rockaway Beach. In 2015, Mr. Harris founded the East Coast chapter of the Black Surfing Association.
Student Targeted by ‘Troll Storm’ Hopes Settlement Will Send Message to White Supremacists

Student Targeted by ‘Troll Storm’ Hopes Settlement Will Send Message to White Supremacists

Taylor Dumpson, seen in July 2017, sued after enduring a racist “troll storm” while she served as American University’s student body president.

What Happens When the Government Shuts Down?

It’s official: The federal government is partially shut down. So how does this happen and who is affected?

Guitarist Has Brain Surgery, and Strums All the Way Through

Musa Manzini, a jazz bassist, was awake and playing slowly as surgeons performed an “awake craniotomy,” which allowed them to remove a brain tumor without causing damage.

Trump Stokes Fears in Pre-Shutdown Video, Declaring ‘We Need a Great Barrier’

The president, in an angry message urging Senate Democrats to approve money for border security, says, “We don’t want people coming in that aren’t supposed to be here.”
Beyoncé Hoax Hits Streaming Services

Beyoncé Hoax Hits Streaming Services

Beyoncé performing in South Africa this month. Two albums of her songs were uploaded illegitimately to music-streaming services.
The Carpetbagger: Rob Lowe on Dancing With Snow White and Getting the Last Laugh

The Carpetbagger: Rob Lowe on Dancing With Snow White and Getting the Last Laugh

Rob Lowe and Snow White at the Oscars in 1989. “I don’t know what’s more amazing — the concept of the number, or the fact that nobody was high who came up with it,” he says today.
Reliable Allies Refuse to Defend a President Content With Chaos

Reliable Allies Refuse to Defend a President Content With Chaos

“We have had a very busy two or three days,” President Trump said on Friday. “It’s been very positive.”
Trump Policy Gyrations Threaten Fragile Republican Coalition

Trump Policy Gyrations Threaten Fragile Republican Coalition

With his actions this week, Republicans said Friday, President Trump demonstrated that he does not grasp how damaging his impulsive behavior was to his party in last month’s elections.