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Facebook’s Vision for the Future: Less News Feed, More Stories

Facebook’s Vision for the Future: Less News Feed, More Stories

Facebook has spent the past 18 months under scrutiny for the spread of disinformation and hate speech across its network.
Mother Is Charged in Death of Boy Swept Away by Hurricane Floodwaters

Mother Is Charged in Death of Boy Swept Away by Hurricane Floodwaters

Highways across the Carolinas, including Route 76 in Nichols, S.C., were closed because of flooding from Hurricane Florence, but some drivers tried to use them anyway. Sheriff’s deputies transporting
The Internet Will Be the Death of Us

The Internet Will Be the Death of Us

Bruce Nauman’s “Double Poke in the Eye II," from 1985.
Horacio Cardo, Illustrator With a Political Edge, Is Dead at 74

Horacio Cardo, Illustrator With a Political Edge, Is Dead at 74

Mr. Cardo wrapped the Earth in a gas mask in an illustration for Institutional Investor magazine.
In Echo of Flint, Mich., Water Crisis Now Hits Newark

In Echo of Flint, Mich., Water Crisis Now Hits Newark

Shana Gilbert and her daughter, Malaysa Ingram, received water filters at Paradise Baptist Church in Newark this month. The filters were distributed free because of elevated lead levels in the city’s
Brazil Lurches to the Right

Brazil Lurches to the Right

Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right populist, was elected president of Brazil on Sunday.
Disgust vs. Delight: Why Do Certain Foods Turn You Off?

Disgust vs. Delight: Why Do Certain Foods Turn You Off?

Clockwise from top left: Fruit Bat Soup from Guam, Twinkies from the United States, a boiled duck egg with a partially developed fetus from the Philippines, Haggis from Scotland, baby mice from China
Standing ‘Against White Supremacy,’ G.O.P. Campaign Chief Rebukes Steve King

Standing ‘Against White Supremacy,’ G.O.P. Campaign Chief Rebukes Steve King

Representative Steve King, Republican of Iowa, has made incendiary and racially charged comments for years.
Hawaiian Supreme Court Approves Giant Telescope on Mauna Kea

Hawaiian Supreme Court Approves Giant Telescope on Mauna Kea

Telescopes on Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawaii, where construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope, was given the go-ahead Tuesday by Hawaii’s Supreme Court. It would be the largest telescope in
Parts of America Are Still Struggling Economically. They Don’t Matter Much in the Midterms.

Parts of America Are Still Struggling Economically. They Don’t Matter Much in the Midterms.

Representative Mike Coffman, Republican of Colorado, during an Ethiopian festival in his state.
Synagogue Suspect’s Guns Were All Purchased Legally, Inquiry Finds

Synagogue Suspect’s Guns Were All Purchased Legally, Inquiry Finds

AR-15 style rifles on display at a gun shop. Robert Bowers was not in any category that would have prevented him from legally owning guns, a law enforcement official said.
FedEx Ends Deal for N.R.A. but Says It’s Not Because of Pittsburgh Shooting

FedEx Ends Deal for N.R.A. but Says It’s Not Because of Pittsburgh Shooting

FedEx said its decision to end a discount for N.R.A. members was not related to the shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue.
Inquiry Into Ryan Zinke Land Deal Is Said to Escalate

Inquiry Into Ryan Zinke Land Deal Is Said to Escalate

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Capitol Hill this year. He is the subject of at least 18 known federal investigations.
Kepler, the Little NASA Spacecraft That Could, No Longer Can

Kepler, the Little NASA Spacecraft That Could, No Longer Can

An artist’s conception of the Kepler-444 system, consisting of five planets orbiting a sun-like star. They’re just a handful of the thousands of confirmed planets discovered by the Kepler spacecraft.
Prosecutors’ Plan for El Chapo: Tie Him to 33 Killings

Prosecutors’ Plan for El Chapo: Tie Him to 33 Killings

Prosecutors in the trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo, leave Federal District Court in Brooklyn on Tuesday.
After Maryland Player’s Death, Coach and Athletic Director Keep Their Jobs

After Maryland Player’s Death, Coach and Athletic Director Keep Their Jobs

Maryland head coach D.J. Durkin will retain his job despite the death of a player who suffered from heat stroke at a practice earlier this year.