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Venice Flooding Is Worst in a Decade; Severe Weather in Italy Kills at Least 11

Venice Flooding Is Worst in a Decade; Severe Weather in Italy Kills at Least 11

Visitors to Saint Mark’s Square in Venice used raised walkways on Monday.

The Number 7 Could Make China’s Currency a Trade-War Weapon

The renminbi has fallen to its weakest point in a decade, and Washington worries about how that may affect the dispute between the United States and China. But Beijing has reason to hold the line.

VIDEO SERIES: CONCEPTION: When Your Child’s Bogeyman Is Real

She never told her son about what happened in their small town. After Parkland, he has trouble in public spaces. She wonders: Will he ever escape his fear?
California Today: California Today: Los Angeles Tests Housing the Homeless in Its Own Backyard

California Today: California Today: Los Angeles Tests Housing the Homeless in Its Own Backyard

A home being built in the backyard of another house in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.
In Leonardo da Vinci’s Scientific Notebook, the Mind of a Genius at Work

In Leonardo da Vinci’s Scientific Notebook, the Mind of a Genius at Work

“Studies on the Ashen Glow of the Moon,” from Leonardo Da Vinci’s scientific treatise “Codex Leicester,” which is on display at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy.
The Political Center Keeps Losing

The Political Center Keeps Losing

German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the G20 Investment Summit in Berlin this week.
Pittsburgh, Lion Air, Milky Way: Your Tuesday Briefing

Pittsburgh, Lion Air, Milky Way: Your Tuesday Briefing

A memorial outside the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh for the 11 congregants killed there over the weekend. President Trump will visit the city today.
China Reverses Ban on Rhino and Tiger Parts in Medicine, Worrying Activists

China Reverses Ban on Rhino and Tiger Parts in Medicine, Worrying Activists

Seized rhinoceros horns and other animal parts at the Department of Wildlife and National Parks headquarters in Kuala Lumpur in August.
Chinese Military May Gain From Western University Ties, Report Warns

Chinese Military May Gain From Western University Ties, Report Warns

President Xi Jinping of China, second from right, touring the National Graphene Institute at the University of Manchester in England in 2015. A Chinese student there who studied graphene, described as
President Wants to Use Executive Order to End Birthright Citizenship

President Wants to Use Executive Order to End Birthright Citizenship

President Trump at a political rally last week in Charlotte, N.C.
France Dispatch: ‘This Is Our History’: A French City Confronts Its Slave-Trading Past

France Dispatch: ‘This Is Our History’: A French City Confronts Its Slave-Trading Past

A group of students during a guided visit at the Memorial to the Abolition of Slavery, in Nantes, France.
New York Today: New York Today: Trial Begins for Man Charged With Subway Corridor Bombing

New York Today: New York Today: Trial Begins for Man Charged With Subway Corridor Bombing

Police officers blocked the subway passageway linking Times Square and Port Authority in Manhattan after a man detonated a pipe bomb there last December.
The Hunt: A Broadway Actor Has a Heart-to-Heart About Life and Laundry

The Hunt: A Broadway Actor Has a Heart-to-Heart About Life and Laundry

Chase and Janessa Ramsey with their sons, Jude, 5, and Beckett, 2, in their new Manhattan rental.
Best of Late Night: Colbert Bashes Trump for His Response to Attacks

Best of Late Night: Colbert Bashes Trump for His Response to Attacks

Stephen Colbert said: “Naturally, in times like these our nation looks to its president for comfort and guidance. That’s our first mistake.”
Did a Small Metal Tube Bring Down an Indonesian Airliner?

Did a Small Metal Tube Bring Down an Indonesian Airliner?

Rescue workers collecting wreckage Tuesday from Lion Air Flight 610, which crashed into the sea northeast of Jakarta, Indonesia, on Monday.
In North Dakota, Native Americans Try to Turn an ID Law to Their Advantage

In North Dakota, Native Americans Try to Turn an ID Law to Their Advantage

Judith LeBlanc, left, of the Native Organizers Alliance, and OJ Semans of Four Directions arrived at the Standing Rock tribe’s get-out-the-vote headquarters in Fort Yates. Ms. LeBlanc and Mr. Semans

‘We’re Not Going to Let Anybody Stop Us From Voting’

On the Turtle Mountain Reservation in North Dakota, Native American voters are scrambling to comply with a restrictive voter ID law in time to cast ballots for a crucial Senate election.