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Palau Bans Many Kinds of Sunscreen, Citing Threat to Coral

Palau Bans Many Kinds of Sunscreen, Citing Threat to Coral

Children playing on a beach in Palau. The Western Pacific nation has joined Hawaii in banning sunscreens containing chemicals that scientists say harm coral reefs.
Journalist’s Expulsion Casts Shadow on Hong Kong’s Future

Journalist’s Expulsion Casts Shadow on Hong Kong’s Future

A Chinese flag on an electronic billboard in Hong Kong last year before the celebrations for the 20th anniversary of the city’s return to Chinese rule.
On Pro Basketball: The Cavaliers Have No Cure for the LeBron James Hangover

On Pro Basketball: The Cavaliers Have No Cure for the LeBron James Hangover

Larry Drew has been tapped to fill in for Tyronn Lue, the former Cleveland Cavaliers head coach who was fired Sunday after an 0-6 start to the season.
Poor Disaster Oversight Imperiled Nursing Homes, Senate Report Finds

Poor Disaster Oversight Imperiled Nursing Homes, Senate Report Finds

A firefighter held on to two nursing home patients as Lumberton, N.C., was evacuated in the wake of Hurricane Florence in September.
Video Games Are a Waste of Time? Not for Those With E-sports Scholarships

Video Games Are a Waste of Time? Not for Those With E-sports Scholarships

Members of the Bay Shore High School e-sports team look on as Matthew Ruiz competes at the Microsoft store at the Roosevelt Field Mall on Long Island. Watching, from left, Dimetrius Bostick, Skylar
Man Shoots 6 at Florida Yoga Studio, Killing 2 and Then Himself

Man Shoots 6 at Florida Yoga Studio, Killing 2 and Then Himself

The police investigating the scene of a shooting at a yoga studio on Friday, in Tallahassee, Fla.
University of Maryland Chaos Is Rooted in Lofty Sports Goals

University of Maryland Chaos Is Rooted in Lofty Sports Goals

At a “Justice for Jordan” rally Thursday on the University of Maryland’s College Park campus, the raw emotions around the death of the football player Jordan McNair were evident.
Republicans Have a Humming Economy to Tout, but Trump Rhetoric Muddies the Message

Republicans Have a Humming Economy to Tout, but Trump Rhetoric Muddies the Message

“We have the greatest economy in the history of our country,” President Trump said at a rally in Huntington, W.Va., on Friday. “But sometimes it’s not as exciting to talk about the economy.”
Why Aren’t Democrats Walking Away With the Midterms?

Why Aren’t Democrats Walking Away With the Midterms?

President Trump railed against immigration at a campaign rally in Columbia, Mo., on Thursday.
Trump Sweet-Talks Xi, Trying to Ease Trade Fears Before Midterms

Trump Sweet-Talks Xi, Trying to Ease Trade Fears Before Midterms

A steel mill in Portage, Ind. President Trump has softened his tone on the trade war with China days before the midterms.
Saudi Sisters, Fleeing Abuse and Seeking Asylum, May Have Committed Suicide, Police Say

Saudi Sisters, Fleeing Abuse and Seeking Asylum, May Have Committed Suicide, Police Say

Tala Farea, left, and Rotana Farea in undated photos released by the Police Department.
The Harvard Trial: A Double-Edged Sword for College Admissions

The Harvard Trial: A Double-Edged Sword for College Admissions

The Harvard admissions trial has revealed clear advantages for certain students, but has also shed light on the school’s commitment to diversity.
Mario Segale, Developer Who Inspired Nintendo to Name Super Mario, Dies at 84

Mario Segale, Developer Who Inspired Nintendo to Name Super Mario, Dies at 84

Shigeru Miyamoto, the creator of Super Mario, announcing a Super Mario iPhone game in 2016.

Once Reluctant to Speak Out, an Energized Obama Now Calls Out His Successor

Barack Obama has re-emerged as the Democrats’ most prominent face, pitting president versus president over the future of the country.
Mickey Turns 90, and the Disney Marketing Machine Celebrates

Mickey Turns 90, and the Disney Marketing Machine Celebrates

The Walt Disney Company will celebrate Mickey Mouse’s birthday with a prime-time ABC special on Sunday, “Mickey’s 90th Spectacular.”
Racist Slur Defaces African Burial Ground Monument in Lower Manhattan

Racist Slur Defaces African Burial Ground Monument in Lower Manhattan

African Burial Ground Monument in Lower Manhattan is considered a symbol of New York’s prominent and long-ignored role in colonial African-American culture.