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Cesar Sayoc, Mail Bombing Suspect, Found an Identity in Political Rage and Resentment

Cesar Sayoc, Mail Bombing Suspect, Found an Identity in Political Rage and Resentment

Cesar Sayoc Jr., whom the authorities have charged with sending mail bombs to prominent Democrats.
Driven by Trump Policy Changes, Fracking Booms on Public Lands

Driven by Trump Policy Changes, Fracking Booms on Public Lands

Jay Butler on his ranch, which is rich in federally owned minerals.
Profile: Anne Lamott, Lefty Guru of Optimism

Profile: Anne Lamott, Lefty Guru of Optimism

For her 60th birthday, Lamott gave herself a 1959 Volkswagen Beetle. “I knew everyone was going to disappoint me,” she said.
Republicans Rushing to Save House Seats From Onslaught of Democratic Money

Republicans Rushing to Save House Seats From Onslaught of Democratic Money

President Donald Trump was greeted Friday by Mark Harris, near left, a Republican House candidate in North Carolina, and Representative Ted Budd, right, Republican of North Carolina, as he arrived in
Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis: How to Help.

Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis: How to Help.

A child suffering from Malnutrition at a UNICEF run mobile clinic in Aslam, Yemen.
Cesar Sayoc’s Path on Social Media: From Food Photos to Partisan Fury

Cesar Sayoc’s Path on Social Media: From Food Photos to Partisan Fury

Over the last two years, Cesar Sayoc’s presence on Twitter and other social media took on a more partisan tone.
Are the Danes Melancholy? Are the Swedes Sad?

Are the Danes Melancholy? Are the Swedes Sad?

A Denmark soccer fan during the 2018 World Cup. Studies show Danes have a high level of “life satisfaction.”
Israel Accuses Iran of Ordering Palestinian Rocket Fire From Gaza

Israel Accuses Iran of Ordering Palestinian Rocket Fire From Gaza

Smoke rising after an Israeli airstrike in Gaza City on Saturday. Israel had responded after a night of heavy rocket fire from Gaza.
SURFACING: Oaxacan Rap Has a Female Voice, Finally

SURFACING: Oaxacan Rap Has a Female Voice, Finally

Four of Oaxaca's female rappers: Leslie Reyes, Gloria Villalobos, Cynthia Pombo and Yadira Cruz Garcia.
Editorial Observer: A Fate Worse Than Slavery, Unearthed in Sugar Land

Editorial Observer: A Fate Worse Than Slavery, Unearthed in Sugar Land

The Imperial Prison Farm Cemetery has 31 marked graves of inmates and guards dating 1912-1943.
11 Killed in Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre; Suspect Charged With 29 Counts

11 Killed in Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre; Suspect Charged With 29 Counts

Pittsburgh residents embraced near Tree of Life Congregation after the shooting.
Mattis Vows U.S. Will Hold Khashoggi’s Killers Accountable

Mattis Vows U.S. Will Hold Khashoggi’s Killers Accountable

“Failure of any one nation to adhere to international norms and the rule of law undermines regional stability at a time when it is needed most,” Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said in Manama, Bahrain,
2 at Takeout Restaurant in U.K. Are Convicted of Manslaughter in Nut Allergy Death

2 at Takeout Restaurant in U.K. Are Convicted of Manslaughter in Nut Allergy Death

Harun Rashid, left, and Mohammed Abdul Kuddus arriving at court in Manchester, England. According to prosecutors, their restaurant had no systems to protect customers with allergies.
They Escaped China’s Crackdown, but Now Wait in Limbo

They Escaped China’s Crackdown, but Now Wait in Limbo

Abdikadir Yasin, a Uighur Muslim from China seeking asylum in Sweden, with his wife and one of their children in emergency housing in the city of Gävle.
A ‘No’ on Kavanaugh Yields a Windfall for Heitkamp’s Campaign Coffers

A ‘No’ on Kavanaugh Yields a Windfall for Heitkamp’s Campaign Coffers

Senator Heidi Heitkamp raised $12.5 million in 17 days; the bulk of that was after she said she would vote against confirming Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
Shopping for Insurance? Don’t Expect Much Help Navigating Plans

Shopping for Insurance? Don’t Expect Much Help Navigating Plans

Affordable Care Act navigators helping patients during an enrollment event in 2016 at Southwest General Hospital in San Antonio.
Tyrone Gayle, 30, Spokesman for Senators and Hillary Clinton, Dies

Tyrone Gayle, 30, Spokesman for Senators and Hillary Clinton, Dies

Tyrone Gayle at his wedding to Beth Foster in May. He worked for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign as well as for Senators Kamala Harris and Tim Kaine.
Mail Bombs and Other Threats Have the Wealthy Cranking Up Security

Mail Bombs and Other Threats Have the Wealthy Cranking Up Security

Security has long been a concern for celebrities. Kim Kardashian, for example, was held at gunpoint and robbed in Paris in 2016. He bodyguard, Pascal Duvier, left, quit a month later.
Sri Lanka’s President Suspends Parliament, Escalating Political Crisis

Sri Lanka’s President Suspends Parliament, Escalating Political Crisis

Ranil Wickremesinghe, center, who was ousted as Sri Lanka’s prime minister, struck a defiant tone as he spoke to supporters in Colombo on Saturday.
Saudi Arabia Rejects Turkey’s Extradition Request in Khashoggi Killing

Saudi Arabia Rejects Turkey’s Extradition Request in Khashoggi Killing

A memorial for Jamal Khashoggi outside the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Istanbul.