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Lyon Bomb Suspect Told Police He Pledged Allegiance to ISIS

Lyon Bomb Suspect Told Police He Pledged Allegiance to ISIS

The exact motivations of the suspect, identified as Mohamed M., remain unclear. There has been no claim of responsibility by the Islamic State.

These Are the Victims of a Deadly Climbing Season on Mount Everest

At least 11 people died this month climbing Mount Everest, amid crowds that led to dangerous delays.
DeepMind Can Now Beat Us at Multiplayer Games, Too

DeepMind Can Now Beat Us at Multiplayer Games, Too

Chess and Go were child’s play. Now A.I. is winning at capture the flag. Will such skills translate to the real world?
What You Need to Know About Impeachment

What You Need to Know About Impeachment

Some Democrats say opening an impeachment inquiry could help the House overcome the president’s blockade of its investigations. But others say that could backfire politically.
We Don’t Need to Be Saved From Making Smoothies

We Don’t Need to Be Saved From Making Smoothies

Food delivery services have tried to convince us that cooking is a difficult, boring task. It’s actually a life skill.
Trump’s Metals Tariffs Raised Consumer Prices, Added Some Jobs

Trump’s Metals Tariffs Raised Consumer Prices, Added Some Jobs

There are few signs of the industrial renaissance the president promised from taxes on steel and aluminum imports.
New Democratic Debate Rules Will Distort Priorities, Some Campaigns Say

New Democratic Debate Rules Will Distort Priorities, Some Campaigns Say

A threshold of 130,000 donors will force campaigns to spend more on digital ads they hope will go viral, an expensive redirection of resources, some campaigns said.
Britain Is Targeting ‘Dirty Money’ With Unexplained Wealth Orders

Britain Is Targeting ‘Dirty Money’ With Unexplained Wealth Orders

The British High Court is issuing unexplained wealth orders to investigate illicit flows of money into Britain. What are they, and do they work?
Fed Could Mull Lower Rates if Inflation and Global Risks Worsen

Fed Could Mull Lower Rates if Inflation and Global Risks Worsen

Richard Clarida, the Fed’s vice chairman, said persistently low inflation or worsening global conditions could cause officials to reconsider patience.
After Budapest Boat Accident, Fading Hope and a Criminal Inquiry

After Budapest Boat Accident, Fading Hope and a Criminal Inquiry

At least seven people were dead and 21 remained missing, most of them South Korean tourists, after Hungary’s worst boating accident in decades. A criminal investigation is underway.
John McCain and Trump’s Narcissism: A Clash at Sea

John McCain and Trump’s Narcissism: A Clash at Sea

The White House coddles the president, even by disparaging a warship, its crew and a Navy hero.
Claus von Bülow Dies at 92; Society Figure in High-Profile Case

Claus von Bülow Dies at 92; Society Figure in High-Profile Case

Mr. von Bülow was cleared of trying to kill his wife, the wealthy heiress Martha von Bülow. The case was one of the most sensational of the 1980s and became a movie.
The Fight Is Still Happening for the Rest of Us

The Fight Is Still Happening for the Rest of Us

In June, millions of people will gather in New York City to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the uprising at the Stonewall Inn, which marked the start of a national pride movement. But some in the
Wow, Tevas Got Cute

Wow, Tevas Got Cute

A sandal designed for the great outdoors has joined the ranks of fashionable footwear.
Queer Muslims Are Still Rare on TV. One Writer Wants to Change That.

Queer Muslims Are Still Rare on TV. One Writer Wants to Change That.

A recent episode of the CBS drama “The Red Line” featured a gay romance involving a Muslim character. Fawzia Mirza, the episode’s writer, discusses how it came to be.
Robert Macfarlane and the Dark Side of Nature Writing

Robert Macfarlane and the Dark Side of Nature Writing

The British author turns his attention to the subterranean world with “Underland.”
Thad Cochran Dies at 81; Lawmaker Brought Largess to Mississippi

Thad Cochran Dies at 81; Lawmaker Brought Largess to Mississippi

In 45 years as a representative and senator, he combined homespun politics and a canny skill at producing billions of dollars for his home state.
Unsung 9/11 Heroes Finally Get Their Own Memorial

Unsung 9/11 Heroes Finally Get Their Own Memorial

The Memorial Glade acknowledges those whose illnesses and deaths have come years after the towers collapsed.
Victory for Fathers in a Parental Leave Case That Could Be a Harbinger

Victory for Fathers in a Parental Leave Case That Could Be a Harbinger

As more employers offer paid time off after childbirth, a class-action suit has yielded a settlement in which JPMorgan has pledged equal treatment for men and women.
What You Need to Know About Israel’s New Elections

What You Need to Know About Israel’s New Elections

Just seven weeks after one nationwide vote, Israel is preparing for a second election. It's the first time in the country’s history that a newly elected government failed to form a coalition.