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Explosive Devices, Sandra Day O’Connor, World Series: Your Wednesday Briefing

Explosive Devices, Sandra Day O’Connor, World Series: Your Wednesday Briefing

An early voter in Norwalk, Calif., on Tuesday. More than seven million people have already cast ballots in the midterm elections.
Paradise Threatened: Fiji’s War Against Climate Change

Paradise Threatened: Fiji’s War Against Climate Change

An aerial view of the shore line of Kadavu Island in Fiji.
Name a Really Famous Baseball Player. We’ll Wait.

Name a Really Famous Baseball Player. We’ll Wait.

David Ortiz is one of the most followed baseball players on Instagram, as is Alex Rodriguez. Neither of them has played since 2016.
House and Senate Latest, Abrams and Kemp Face Off, Menendez Debates: 13 Days to Go

House and Senate Latest, Abrams and Kemp Face Off, Menendez Debates: 13 Days to Go

President Trump’s ability to energize the Republican base has complicated Democrats’ hopes for a “blue wave” that could retake one or both chambers of Congress.
In a Florida Swing District, an ‘Inconvenient’ Republican Holds On

In a Florida Swing District, an ‘Inconvenient’ Republican Holds On

Representative Carlos Curbelo, center, at a campaign stop in Marathon, in the Florida Keys.

diary of a song: ‘Slow Burn’: Watch Kacey Musgraves Turn Country Music Psychedelic

An acid trip sparked a song that set the tone for her genre-bending album “Golden Hour.” Using FaceTime interviews, demos and doodles, we show you how the track came together.
Boy Talk: Breaking Masculine Stereotypes

Boy Talk: Breaking Masculine Stereotypes

Phyllis Fagell, a school counselor at the Sheridan School in Washington, D.C., left, leading a lunchtime class aimed at getting boys to speak openly and honestly about masculine stereotypes.
Japan and China, Asian Rivals, Are Trying to Get Along

Japan and China, Asian Rivals, Are Trying to Get Along

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan, left, and President Xi Jinping of China last November on the sidelines of a regional summit meeting in Vietnam. The two will meet again in Beijing this week.
Best of Late Night: Colbert Slams Trump for Embracing ‘Nationalist’ Moniker

Best of Late Night: Colbert Slams Trump for Embracing ‘Nationalist’ Moniker

Stephen Colbert put things simply: “You know why you’re not supposed to use that word? Because it’s the second half of ‘white nationalist.’”

How Kacey Musgraves Turned Country Music Psychedelic

Kacey Musgraves took an LSD trip and returned with the concept for “Slow Burn,” a song that set the tone for her genre-bending country album. Using FaceTime interviews, demos and doodles, we show you
The Beastie Boys Put Down the Mic and Pick Up the Pen

The Beastie Boys Put Down the Mic and Pick Up the Pen

The Beastie Boys’ Michael Diamond (Mike D), left, and Adam Horovitz (Ad-Rock) took a shot at defining their own legacy in their “Beastie Boys Book.”
The Unreality of Racial Justice Cinema

The Unreality of Racial Justice Cinema

From left, Daveed Diggs in “Blindspotting”; Amandla Stenberg in “The Hate U Give”; Chadwick Boseman in “Black Panther”; John David Washington and Laura Harrier in “BlacKkKlansman”; and Kelvin Harrison
The I.N.F. Treaty, Explained

The I.N.F. Treaty, Explained

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, second from right, accompanied by Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov, third from right, met with John R. Bolton, President Trump’s national security adviser,
Red Sox 8, Dodgers 4 | Boston leads series, 1-0: World Series: Red Sox Outmaneuver Dodgers, and Finally Outdistance Them

Red Sox 8, Dodgers 4 | Boston leads series, 1-0: World Series: Red Sox Outmaneuver Dodgers, and Finally Outdistance Them

Boston’s Eduardo Nunez crossing home plate after hitting a three-run homer that broke Game 1 open in the seventh inning.
This Isn’t the First Migrant Caravan to Approach the U.S. What Happened to the Last One?

This Isn’t the First Migrant Caravan to Approach the U.S. What Happened to the Last One?

Migrants from a caravan arrived at the United States border at Tijuana, Mexico, in April.
Someone in South Carolina Won the $1.54 Billion Mega Millions Jackpot

Someone in South Carolina Won the $1.54 Billion Mega Millions Jackpot

People waiting in line to purchase tickets for the Mega Millions lottery at a deli in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday.