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U.S. Catholics Wanted a Vatican Response on Sex Abuse. Is a New Proposal Enough?

U.S. Catholics Wanted a Vatican Response on Sex Abuse. Is a New Proposal Enough?

Members of Ending Clergy Abuse, a global organization of prominent abuse survivors and activists, protested in Rome on Friday.
Playlist: The Playlist: Offset Repents, and 13 More New Songs

Playlist: The Playlist: Offset Repents, and 13 More New Songs

Offset's solo album, “Father of 4,” showcases his efforts at rebranding himself into an introspective rapper and thoughtful family man.
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Charged in Prostitution Sting

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Charged in Prostitution Sting

The New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been charged as part of a prostitution sting in Florida.
A Good Appetite: Succulent Sausages, Golden Vegetables and a Single Pan

A Good Appetite: Succulent Sausages, Golden Vegetables and a Single Pan

In this wintry dish, sausage juices, from any kind of sausage, add their flavor to red cabbage and roasted potatoes.
Nonfiction: ‘Say Nothing’ — Part History, Part True Crime — Illuminates the Bitter Conflict in Northern Ireland

Nonfiction: ‘Say Nothing’ — Part History, Part True Crime — Illuminates the Bitter Conflict in Northern Ireland

The actor Stephen Rea, right, carries the coffin of his ex-wife, Dolours Price, at her funeral in Belfast.
Jeffrey Skilling, Former Enron Chief, Released After 12 Years in Prison

Jeffrey Skilling, Former Enron Chief, Released After 12 Years in Prison

Jeffrey Skilling, the former chief executive of Enron, at a courthouse in 2013. He was released from federal custody on Thursday after 12 years in prison on charges of fraud, conspiracy and insider
At Venezuela’s Border, a Strange and Deadly Showdown Over Aid

At Venezuela’s Border, a Strange and Deadly Showdown Over Aid

Brazilian soldiers unload humanitarian aid for Venezuela from a Brazilian Air Force plane in Boa Vista, in northern Brazil, on Friday.
New Zealand Locks the Doors From the Inside

New Zealand Locks the Doors From the Inside

In Auckland, New Zealand, home prices nearly doubled between 2008 and 2018, prompting the government to clamp down on foreign investment.
Pelosi Begins Drive to Block Trump’s Emergency Declaration

Pelosi Begins Drive to Block Trump’s Emergency Declaration

Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that a committee vote on President Trump’s national emergency resolution would come within 15 days.
Jussie Smollett Won’t Be on Final Episodes of ‘Empire’ Season

Jussie Smollett Won’t Be on Final Episodes of ‘Empire’ Season

Jussie Smollett, shown leaving court Thursday, will not be on the final two episodes of “Empire,” the producers announced.
Sex in New York City Parks? It’s Less of a Thing Than It Used to Be

Sex in New York City Parks? It’s Less of a Thing Than It Used to Be

In Fort Tryon Park in Manhattan, thick branches and bramble have long provided cover for those seeking sex outside.
The Dollar Is Still King. How (in the World) Did That Happen?

The Dollar Is Still King. How (in the World) Did That Happen?

The dollar in recent years has become the favored repository for global savings, the paramount refuge in times of crisis and the key form of exchange for commodities like oil.
Critic’s Notebook: The Lustful Middle School Girl Rises

Critic’s Notebook: The Lustful Middle School Girl Rises

The sex-obsessed adolescent girl is a rarer breed in the pop-culture portrayal of middle school, but shows like “PEN15” (starring Anna Konkle, left) are giving her a moment.
Yemen Dispatch: For Yemen Child Soldiers, a Refuge Mixes Play With Saudi Propaganda

Yemen Dispatch: For Yemen Child Soldiers, a Refuge Mixes Play With Saudi Propaganda

A child’s drawing of a battle scene, right, at the Saudi-financed rehabilitation center for child soldiers. At left, a child in red identifies himself on a hill, facing his enemy on the other hill.

Japan Battles Worst Measles Outbreak in Years

Since the beginning of the year, more than 160 people have contracted the virus, which was spread through a religious group and a Valentine’s Day gift fair.