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In Standoff With Russia, What Does Ukraine’s Martial Law Decree Mean?

In Standoff With Russia, What Does Ukraine’s Martial Law Decree Mean?

A Russian intelligence officer escorting a Ukrainian sailor to a court room in Simferopol on Tuesday.
Material Culture: How a Japanese Craftsman Lives by the Consuming Art of Indigo Dyeing

Material Culture: How a Japanese Craftsman Lives by the Consuming Art of Indigo Dyeing

A collection of Kanji Hama’s beautifully hand-patterned and indigo-dyed fabrics along with tools of the craft.
Greens Thrive in Germany as the ‘Alternative’ to Far-Right Populism

Greens Thrive in Germany as the ‘Alternative’ to Far-Right Populism

A demonstration in October to stop the expansion of an open-pit coal mine in western Germany. The Greens benefit from a long tradition of environmentalism in the country.
Most Dangerous Place for Women Is the Home, U.N. Report Finds

Most Dangerous Place for Women Is the Home, U.N. Report Finds

Commemorating the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women in El Salvador on Monday.
A Hot Seat for Facebook, an Empty Chair for Zuckerberg and a Vow to Share Secret Files

A Hot Seat for Facebook, an Empty Chair for Zuckerberg and a Vow to Share Secret Files

Richard Allan, Facebook’s vice president for policy solutions, attended the session on Tuesday in London in place of Mark Zuckerberg, sitting next to the empty seat left for his boss.
The Number of Undocumented Immigrants in the U.S. Has Dropped, a Study Says. Here Are 5 Takeaways.

The Number of Undocumented Immigrants in the U.S. Has Dropped, a Study Says. Here Are 5 Takeaways.

Immigrants were apprehended by law enforcement agents in Laredo, Tex., in August. The number of unauthorized migrants living in the United States has steadily declined.
What’s Behind the G.M. Cutbacks, and Why Trump Is Angry

What’s Behind the G.M. Cutbacks, and Why Trump Is Angry

Assembly-line workers at the Detroit-Hamtramck plant where General Motors has made the Chevrolet Volt, a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle.
Mountain Lion Tracked in Southern California Likely Died in Woolsey Fire, Park Says

Mountain Lion Tracked in Southern California Likely Died in Woolsey Fire, Park Says

The Backbone Trail in the Santa Monica Mountains, after the Woolsey Fire burned through the area.
Editing Babies? We Need to Learn a Lot More First

Editing Babies? We Need to Learn a Lot More First

He Jiankui, a physicist and researcher, says he edited the genes of twins, a claim that has drawn widespread criticism.
Global Health: Battle Against Ebola in Congo Pits Medical Hope Against Local Chaos

Global Health: Battle Against Ebola in Congo Pits Medical Hope Against Local Chaos

A health worker in an Ebola treatment center in Bunia, the Democratic Republic of Congo. Experts warn the outbreak might last at least another six months due to sporadic violence in the area.

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: A Terrible Idea That Works

Modern Love in miniature, featuring five reader-submitted stories of 100 words or fewer.

What Was Paul Manafort Thinking?

There’s no good explanation for why he lied to Mueller.
We Need a High Wall With a Big Gate

We Need a High Wall With a Big Gate

Central American migrants at the border fence in Tijuana, Mexico, on Sunday.
Juul’s New Product: Less Nicotine, More Intense Vapor

Juul’s New Product: Less Nicotine, More Intense Vapor

Juul’s new pods would increase the amount of vapor inhaled to appeal to cigarette smokers who are used to a bigger cloud, while delivering a more concentrated burst of nicotine.
Stephen Hillenburg, ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Creator, Dies at 57

Stephen Hillenburg, ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Creator, Dies at 57

Stephen Hillenburg, the man behind “SpongeBob SquarePants,” with his creation at the Tokyo International Anime Fair in 2006.