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North Carolina’s Election Turmoil: What We Know and Don’t Know

North Carolina’s Election Turmoil: What We Know and Don’t Know

Mark Harris, the Republican candidate for Congress in the Ninth District, spoke at a news conference in Matthews, N.C., last month.

What Travelers Need to Know About the Paris Riots

As violent protests have broken out in France, visitors are advised to check public transportation and police websites for updates, and U.S. citizens should consider registering with the State

Watch Live: Ceremony for George Bush at U.S. Capitol

Former President George Bush will be honored by members of Congress at the U.S. Capitol, where he will lie in state until Wednesday morning.

Trade Truce Helps Lift Wynn’s Stock

Wynn Resorts is among the best-performing stocks in the S&P 500. The trade truce between the United States and China is a big factor.
Declare the Strand Bookstore a City Landmark? No Thanks, the Strand Says

Declare the Strand Bookstore a City Landmark? No Thanks, the Strand Says

The Strand bookstore in Manhattan, one of the world’s largest bookstores, has become a cultural landmark since it opened in 1927.
Honoring George Bush: Here Are the Events and the Ceremonies

Honoring George Bush: Here Are the Events and the Ceremonies

A memorial for former President George Bush in Houston, where a celebration of his life will be held on Monday.
Bus Crash in Arkansas Leaves Child Dead and Injures at Least 45

Bus Crash in Arkansas Leaves Child Dead and Injures at Least 45

Emergency workers responding to a charter bus carrying a youth football team that crashed near Benton, Ark., early Monday.
The Placenta, an Afterthought No Longer

The Placenta, an Afterthought No Longer

The placenta forms when cells from a fertilized egg secure a beachhead in the uterine lining. Ninety percent of the placenta is made up of cells not from the mother but from the fetus.
Brenda Snipes, Broward County Elections Chief, Rescinds Resignation in Latest Fight With Governor

Brenda Snipes, Broward County Elections Chief, Rescinds Resignation in Latest Fight With Governor

Brenda C. Snipes, the elections supervisor in Broward County, Fla., rescinded her previously announced resignation after Gov. Rick Scott suspended her on Friday.

Turning Points: The Cowardly Face of Authoritarianism

The transition from democracy to a cult of personality starts with a leader who lies all the time.
Why Are Gender Reveal Parties a Thing?

Why Are Gender Reveal Parties a Thing?

This image, taken from a video provided by the Forest Service, shows the moment a gender-reveal party sparked a wildfire in Green Valley, Ariz., in April 2017.
After Snowstorm, Mayor Moves to Oust Official in Charge of Emergency Response

After Snowstorm, Mayor Moves to Oust Official in Charge of Emergency Response

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city would begin a national search for a replacement for Joseph Esposito, center, commissioner of the Office of Emergency Management.
F.B.I. Raids Home of Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam

F.B.I. Raids Home of Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam

Federal officials removed boxes from the home of Mayor Frank Gilliam of Atlantic City on Monday.
Trump Says China Will Curtail Fentanyl. The U.S. Has Heard That Before.

Trump Says China Will Curtail Fentanyl. The U.S. Has Heard That Before.

Fentanyl seized at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago. United States officials cite China as the main source of illicit fentanyl brought into America.
Trilobites: All the Light There Is to See? 4 x 10⁸⁴ Photons

Trilobites: All the Light There Is to See? 4 x 10⁸⁴ Photons

The star cluster known as NGC 1866, on the edge of the Large Magellanic Cloud. The observable universe contains at least two trillion galaxies and a trillion trillion stars