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No ‘Clear Motivating Factor’ Inspired Las Vegas Gunman, F.B.I. Says

No ‘Clear Motivating Factor’ Inspired Las Vegas Gunman, F.B.I. Says

Stephen Paddock, the gunman who killed 58 people in Las Vegas in 2017, left no suicide note, manifesto or communication about the attack or his thinking, investigators said.
The Very High Costs of Climate Risk

The Very High Costs of Climate Risk

A firefighter checked out burned vehicles and a fallen power line after the Camp Fire in California in November.
How to Disable FaceTime to Avoid Eavesdropping Bug

How to Disable FaceTime to Avoid Eavesdropping Bug

A recently uncovered bug in Apple’s FaceTime app allowed users to eavesdrop on someone else without their knowledge. The company said it is working on a fix.
Jussie Smollett, Star of ‘Empire,’ Attacked in What Police Call a Possible Hate Crime

Jussie Smollett, Star of ‘Empire,’ Attacked in What Police Call a Possible Hate Crime

Jussie Smollett, one of the stars of “Empire,” in 2016. The Chicago police said he took himself to Northwestern Hospital after the attack and was described as in “good condition.”
The Lonely, and Often Risky, Pursuit of R. Kelly: ‘Where Was Everybody Else?’

The Lonely, and Often Risky, Pursuit of R. Kelly: ‘Where Was Everybody Else?’

The journalist Jim DeRogatis, who has been reporting on the accusations against R. Kelly for nearly 20 years. “I wanted everybody in the world to write about this,” he said, explaining his frustration
Theresa May Wants the E.U. to Renegotiate Brexit. Will It?

Theresa May Wants the E.U. to Renegotiate Brexit. Will It?

Protesters opposing and demanding Brexit near Parliament in London in Tuesday.

Palestinian Government Resigns, With No Clear Replacement

The move reflects the failure of efforts to reunite the West Bank, where the government is based, and the Gaza Strip, controlled by the militant group Hamas.
A Game Plan for Eating Well in Atlanta

A Game Plan for Eating Well in Atlanta

The chef Kevin Gillespie owns three restaurants in Atlanta, including one inside the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, where this year's Super Bowl will take place.
Round (and Hoop, and Eagle and Deer) Dancing on First Avenue

Round (and Hoop, and Eagle and Deer) Dancing on First Avenue

Marie Poncé, a dancer of Cherokee and Taino descent, performed a Hoop Dance at the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers' annual concert.
In France, Comic Books Are Serious Business

In France, Comic Books Are Serious Business

Children at the 46th edition of the Angoulême International Comics Festival in France.
Venezuelan Opposition Leader Guaidó Controls U.S. Bank Accounts, State Dept. Says

Venezuelan Opposition Leader Guaidó Controls U.S. Bank Accounts, State Dept. Says

The United States has recognized Juan Guaidó as the leader of Venezuela.
Five Arrested After Brazil Dam Collapse That Killed Dozens

Five Arrested After Brazil Dam Collapse That Killed Dozens

Firefighters recovering a body on Monday after a mining dam collapse last week in southeastern Brazil.
A Mother’s Fatal Fall on Subway Stairs Rouses New Yorkers to Demand Accessibility

A Mother’s Fatal Fall on Subway Stairs Rouses New Yorkers to Demand Accessibility

At the 7th Avenue subway station in Midtown Manhattan. The station, at 53rd Street, does not have elevators.
White House Memo: Why Did Soviets Invade Afghanistan? Documents Offer History Lesson for Trump

White House Memo: Why Did Soviets Invade Afghanistan? Documents Offer History Lesson for Trump

Soldiers in January 1980 in Gardez, Afghanistan, a month after the Soviet Union invaded. A newly published cable suggests a reason for the invasion was a fear that Afghanistan might switch loyalties
Baltimore Will Stop Prosecuting Marijuana Possession Cases

Baltimore Will Stop Prosecuting Marijuana Possession Cases

Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore’s top prosecutor, announced on Tuesday that she would stop prosecuting marijuana possession cases.