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North Korea #MeToo Voices: ‘They Consider Us Toys’

North Korea #MeToo Voices: ‘They Consider Us Toys’

North Korean women in Pyongyang, the capital. Many women in the North who have found work as traders are subjected to sexual coercion, Human Rights Watch said in a report Thursday.
In South Texas, the First Signs of a Border Swathed in Military Might

In South Texas, the First Signs of a Border Swathed in Military Might

A Customs and Border Protection helicopter circled the skies near the bridge that connects the United States with Mexico in Progreso, Tex., on Thursday.
The News Is Bad in Hungary

The News Is Bad in Hungary

Protesters demanding a free press at a rally in Budapest in April.
Get the Lead Out of Bullets

Get the Lead Out of Bullets

Hollow-point handgun bullets with lead cores.
A Party Defined by Its Lies

A Party Defined by Its Lies

President Trump epitomizes the problem of lying by Republicans, but he is far from the only one.
Wah Wah Watson, Guitarist Whose Sound Was Everywhere, Dies at 67

Wah Wah Watson, Guitarist Whose Sound Was Everywhere, Dies at 67

The guitarist Melvin Ragin, better known as Wah Wah Watson, in an undated photo. He was widely admired, and imitated, by guitarists seeking the essence of funk.
Gritty’s First Month: The Heroic Ascendance of a ‘Ghastly Empty-Eyed Muppet’

Gritty’s First Month: The Heroic Ascendance of a ‘Ghastly Empty-Eyed Muppet’

The Philadelphia Flyers’ new mascot, Gritty, has been called a “shaggy orange Wookiee-esque grotesquerie,” but the city has grown to love him.
On Pro Basketball: If Carmelo Anthony Wants to Win an N.B.A. Championship, He Has a Model in McAdoo

On Pro Basketball: If Carmelo Anthony Wants to Win an N.B.A. Championship, He Has a Model in McAdoo

A bench role in Houston may take Carmelo Anthony closer to a championship than starting in New York and Oklahoma City ever could.
A 5-Year-Old’s 15-Page Résumé Captivates China

A 5-Year-Old’s 15-Page Résumé Captivates China

A Shanghai primary school in February. The competition for seats at top schools in China is notoriously cutthroat.
In Red-Leaning Kansas, Democrat’s Target Isn’t on Ballot (and It’s Not Trump)

In Red-Leaning Kansas, Democrat’s Target Isn’t on Ballot (and It’s Not Trump)

Laura Kelly, the Democratic candidate for Kansas governor, walked with supporters during a fall festival parade in Overland Park, Kan.
Country’s Fierce Supergroup Pistol Annies Returns, Humor Intact (and Baby on the Way)

Country’s Fierce Supergroup Pistol Annies Returns, Humor Intact (and Baby on the Way)

From left: Miranda Lambert, Angaleena Presley and Ashley Monroe of Pistol Annies. The group is returning with its first album in five years, “Interstate Gospel.”
Canceled Operations. Unsterile Tools. The V.A. Gave This Hospital 5 Stars

Canceled Operations. Unsterile Tools. The V.A. Gave This Hospital 5 Stars

The Veterans Affairs hospital in Atlanta was downgraded to one star from three on the agency’s five-star scale, even though there had been only a “trivial change” in its quality data from the year
Matter: How to Turbocharge Flu Protection (Llamas Required)

Matter: How to Turbocharge Flu Protection (Llamas Required)

While 50 million people died in the 1918 flu pandemic, each year less potent viral strains circulate, killing as many as 646,000 people worldwide.
Yemen Girl Who Turned World’s Eyes to Famine Is Dead

Yemen Girl Who Turned World’s Eyes to Famine Is Dead

Amal Hussain, who died at age 7. “My heart is broken,” her mother said.
They Were Addicted to Opioids. Now They’re Running the New York Marathon.

They Were Addicted to Opioids. Now They’re Running the New York Marathon.

Odyssey House’s running team looped the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in Central Park during a recent training run.
WARHOL’S LEGACY: Think You Know Andy Warhol? Here Are Five Truths That May Surprise

WARHOL’S LEGACY: Think You Know Andy Warhol? Here Are Five Truths That May Surprise

In 1959, Andy Warhol produced a satirical cookbook about high-end eating called "Wild Raspberries," belying his soup-and-sandwich reputation.