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Update: New Flights to the Caribbean This Winter, an Island-by-Island Guide

Update: New Flights to the Caribbean This Winter, an Island-by-Island Guide

St. Lucia is one of the Caribbean islands getting increased nonstop flights from the United States this winter.
Channing Dungey, Former ABC Head of Entertainment, Is Going to Netflix

Channing Dungey, Former ABC Head of Entertainment, Is Going to Netflix

At ABC, Channing Dungey was the first black executive to run an entertainment division at a major network.

‘Vice’ Review: Dick Cheney and the Negative Great Man Theory of History

The star of “The Dark Knight” and the director of “Anchorman” join forces to make a real-life supervillain biopic.
Cuomo Moves to Legalize Recreational Marijuana in New York Within Months

Cuomo Moves to Legalize Recreational Marijuana in New York Within Months

The move could bring in more than $1.7 billion in sales each year and put New York in line with several neighboring states.
Road Trip: 44 Islands and 42 Bridges: A Florida Keys Road Trip

Road Trip: 44 Islands and 42 Bridges: A Florida Keys Road Trip

A street performer entertains his audience on Mallory Square in Key West, Fla.
When Report Cards Go Out on Fridays, Child Abuse Increases on Saturdays, Study Finds

When Report Cards Go Out on Fridays, Child Abuse Increases on Saturdays, Study Finds

Students at a Florida school. A new study shows an association between the timing of report card distribution at public schools in the state and confirmed reports of child abuse.
Mexico’s Strategy for Dealing With Trump: Warn Him About China

Mexico’s Strategy for Dealing With Trump: Warn Him About China

A sports center in Tijuana, Mexico, that has become a shelter for migrants. Thousands of migrants have amassed at the border with the United States.
Bombing Near Athens Damages Offices of Greek Media Group

Bombing Near Athens Damages Offices of Greek Media Group

There was no immediate claim of responsibility, as is usual with domestic guerrilla groups that have targeted media organizations.
A Chef’s Singular Take on Chiles Rellenos

A Chef’s Singular Take on Chiles Rellenos

The chef Diana Dávila, seen here at her Chicago restaurant, Mi Tocaya Antojería, offers thrilling takes on Mexican cuisine.
Taliban Appear Ready to Discuss Peace Talks, Except With Afghan Officials

Taliban Appear Ready to Discuss Peace Talks, Except With Afghan Officials

Zalmay Khalilzad, the United States special envoy for Afghanistan, has led an urgent push to begin peace talks.
Former Michael Flynn Business Associates Indicted in Turkey Lobbying Case

Former Michael Flynn Business Associates Indicted in Turkey Lobbying Case

Bijan Kian was charged as part of a conspiracy to violate federal lobbying rules and faces up to 15 years in prison.
Profiles in Science: The Yoda of Silicon Valley

Profiles in Science: The Yoda of Silicon Valley

Donald Knuth at his home in Stanford, Calif. He is a notorious perfectionist and has offered to pay a reward to anyone who finds a mistake in any of his books.
In Paris, ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests Cut Sharply Into City’s Luxury Trade

In Paris, ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests Cut Sharply Into City’s Luxury Trade

Riot police outside the Louis Vuitton flagship store on the Champs-Élysées. Violent demonstrations have forced retailers to close in the midst of their busiest season.
California Today: An Official Welcome

California Today: An Official Welcome

Beach-goers sit along the rocks during sunset in Laguna Beach.
Egypt Unearths Tomb of Royal Priest From 4,400 Years Ago

Egypt Unearths Tomb of Royal Priest From 4,400 Years Ago

Visitors entering the tomb at the Saqqara necropolis on Saturday.
Saudi Arabia Denounces U.S. Senate’s Response to Khashoggi Murder

Saudi Arabia Denounces U.S. Senate’s Response to Khashoggi Murder

Saudi officials have denied that the kingdom’s crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, center, ordered or even knew about the operation to kill Jamal Khashoggi.
Russian 2016 Influence Operation Targeted African-Americans on Social Media

Russian 2016 Influence Operation Targeted African-Americans on Social Media

Yevgeny Prigozhin, left, and the Russian leader Vladimir V. Putin, center, at a dinner in 2011. Mr. Prigozhin was indicted by American prosecutors for his involvement in interfering in the 2016