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How El Chapo Escaped in a Sewer, Naked With His Mistress

Joaquín Guzmán Loera often evaded capture. As his wife looked on, a former mistress told the court how he once escaped. A D.E.A. agent told how they finally got him.
Belarusian Escort Who Claimed Evidence of Russian Meddling Is Detained in Moscow

Belarusian Escort Who Claimed Evidence of Russian Meddling Is Detained in Moscow

Anastasia Vashukevich, a Belarusian escort who claimed to have knowledge of Russian election interference, before being deported from Thailand on Thursday.
Serena Williams’s Practices Add a Wrinkle: A Top Men’s Player

Serena Williams’s Practices Add a Wrinkle: A Top Men’s Player

Serena Williams is into the third round of the Australian Open, after defeating Eugenie Bouchard on Thursday.
11 Arrests Reported in Deadly Nairobi Assault

11 Arrests Reported in Deadly Nairobi Assault

The burial of one of the victims of the attack on Wednesday. At least 21 people were killed by the assault on a Nairobi hotel-shopping complex.
Editorial Observer: Trump and Pelosi: A Game of Spite and Malice

Editorial Observer: Trump and Pelosi: A Game of Spite and Malice

Nancy Pelosi is not afraid of going toe-to-toe with President Trump.
Jimmy Morales, a President Against Democracy in Guatemala

Jimmy Morales, a President Against Democracy in Guatemala

A protest against President Jimmy Morales in Guatemala City on Monday. Mr. Morales last week announced he was expelling United Nations commissioners who were investigating him and his family for
The Real Governments of Blue America

The Real Governments of Blue America

Gov. Gavin Newsom of California is from a state that offers a good example of politicians doing what politicians are supposed to do.
A Favorite Restaurant in Syria Led ISIS to Americans

A Favorite Restaurant in Syria Led ISIS to Americans

Senator Lindsey Graham, center, dined at the Palace of Princes restaurant in July. He had “a terrific lunch,” he said.
Times Insider: In Syrian Town Where U.S. Senators Wore No Body Armor, a Fragile Stability Shatters

Times Insider: In Syrian Town Where U.S. Senators Wore No Body Armor, a Fragile Stability Shatters

A delegation of American military leaders and senators at the Manbij market last July.
Trilobites: Romeo the Frog Finds His Juliet. Their Courtship May Save a Species.

Trilobites: Romeo the Frog Finds His Juliet. Their Courtship May Save a Species.

Romeo, who was thought to be the last Sehuencas water frog: “Did my heart love till now? forswear it, sight! For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.”
North Korea Obscures Leaders’ Visits to Missile Development Sites, Report Says

North Korea Obscures Leaders’ Visits to Missile Development Sites, Report Says

Analysts have located six factories believed to be linked to North Korea’s missile program, visits to which by the country’s leaders were concealed by the state news media to protect them.

Crowdwise: How to Handle the Dreaded ‘Reply All Moment’

You know that sinking feeling when you accidentally click "Reply All" instead of "Reply?" It's awful. Here's how to handle it, and make sure it never happens again.
In New Jersey, the Minimum Wage Is Set to Rise to $15 an Hour

In New Jersey, the Minimum Wage Is Set to Rise to $15 an Hour

A new bill in New Jersey proposes increasing the minimum wage to $10 an hour this July 1. Then it would increase gradually until it reaches $15 in 2024.
Unbuttoned: Rihanna and LVMH Make a Deal and, Possibly, History

Unbuttoned: Rihanna and LVMH Make a Deal and, Possibly, History

Rihanna at the Costume Institute Gala last year.
Saving Public Education Isn’t About Idealism, but Survival

Saving Public Education Isn’t About Idealism, but Survival

Teachers and their supporters in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday, the second day of the teachers strike.
PG&E Bankruptcy Could Deal Blow to Its Solar-Power Suppliers’ Finances

PG&E Bankruptcy Could Deal Blow to Its Solar-Power Suppliers’ Finances

The Copper Mountain Solar Project in Boulder City, Nev., is among the facilities that provide Pacific Gas and Electric with power generated from renewable resources.
3 Officers Acquitted of Covering Up for Colleague in Laquan McDonald Killing

3 Officers Acquitted of Covering Up for Colleague in Laquan McDonald Killing

Along with the three officers, the broad concept of a police “code of silence” was on trial in Chicago.