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Does Manny Machado Run Too Hard, or Not Hard Enough? Maybe Both

Does Manny Machado Run Too Hard, or Not Hard Enough? Maybe Both

Manny Machado was called for interference after holding the leg of Orlando Arcia on a double play attempt.
I’m an Asian-American Harvard Alumnus. Affirmative Action Works.

I’m an Asian-American Harvard Alumnus. Affirmative Action Works.

Students supporting Harvard's admission policy in Cambridge, Mass., on Sunday. In federal court on Monday, Harvard defended the policy against charges that it discriminated against Asian-American
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Says Warren’s DNA Test Reveals She ‘Is Running for President’

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Says Warren’s DNA Test Reveals She ‘Is Running for President’

“This test accurately reveals, with high confidence, that Elizabeth Warren is running for president,” Stephen Colbert said on Monday.
Critic’s Notebook: Goodbye to All That Blaze: Joaquin De Luz Dances His Farewell

Critic’s Notebook: Goodbye to All That Blaze: Joaquin De Luz Dances His Farewell

Joaquin De Luz after dancing “Todo Buenos Aires,” the final dance on his farewell program.
Is It Possible to Be an Anti-Abortion Democrat? One Woman Tried to Find Out

Is It Possible to Be an Anti-Abortion Democrat? One Woman Tried to Find Out

Joan Barry, at her home in St. Louis, Mo. Ms. Barry tried to broaden the Democratic Party’s platform on abortion.
Think Professors Are Liberal? Try School Administrators

Think Professors Are Liberal? Try School Administrators

A student writes on a message board at Texas A&M in College Station, Tex., in 2016.
All the Good Beto Headlines Have Been Used

All the Good Beto Headlines Have Been Used

Beto O’Rourke has gotten a lot of money and national attention, but he’s still trailing his Republican opponent, Senator Ted Cruz.
Fixes: The Lasting Pain of Children Sent to Orphanages, Rather Than Families

Fixes: The Lasting Pain of Children Sent to Orphanages, Rather Than Families

Children at San Jose orphanage in the Santa Lucia Milpas Altas municipality of Guatamala.
The Billionaire Who Led Sears Into Bankruptcy Court

The Billionaire Who Led Sears Into Bankruptcy Court

Eddie Lampert's big bet on merging Sears and Kmart never really paid off.
Saudi Arabia, Paul Allen, N.B.A.: Your Tuesday Briefing

Saudi Arabia, Paul Allen, N.B.A.: Your Tuesday Briefing

Almead Stutts, right, the owner of Stutts House of Barbeque, in Tulsa, Okla., on a slow Sunday afternoon. Her story is one of many that Times reporters found when they set out to capture 24 hours in
The Conversation: What Could Ruin a Big Blue Wave?

The Conversation: What Could Ruin a Big Blue Wave?

Supporters of Beto O’Rourke at a rally in Houston.
Nature Cursed Indonesia, but It Took Neglect to Make a Disaster

Nature Cursed Indonesia, but It Took Neglect to Make a Disaster

The remains of the Petobo neighborhood in Palu, Indonesia. Despite earthquake after earthquake hitting Palu over the years, the 7.5 magnitude quake last month caught officials unprepared.
George R. R. Martin Answers Times Staffers’ Burning Questions

George R. R. Martin Answers Times Staffers’ Burning Questions

Jack Gleeson as Joffrey Baratheon in “A Game of Thrones.”
‘You Are Still Black’: Charlottesville’s Racial Divide Hinders Students

‘You Are Still Black’: Charlottesville’s Racial Divide Hinders Students

Trinity Hughes, left, and Zyahna Bryant at Charlottesville High School, where they are seniors.
April Bloomfield Breaks Her Silence About Harassment at Her Restaurants

April Bloomfield Breaks Her Silence About Harassment at Her Restaurants

April Bloomfield, a Michelin-starred British chef, is accused of doing nothing to prevent abuse by her business partner, Ken Friedman.
The 52 Places Traveler: The 52 Places Traveler: A Night Out in Kigali

The 52 Places Traveler: The 52 Places Traveler: A Night Out in Kigali

From top right: A village on the way to Akagera National Park; peppers at Nyabugogo Market; zebras in Akagera Park; Cocobean nightclub in Kigali.
This Election Season, Republicans’ Deficit Focus Goes the Way of the Vuvuzela

This Election Season, Republicans’ Deficit Focus Goes the Way of the Vuvuzela

Paul D. Ryan, the retiring House speaker, will leave a legacy absent the signature issues that propelled his entire legislative career.
Polarization Seems to Be Helping Republicans in Run-Up to Midterms

Polarization Seems to Be Helping Republicans in Run-Up to Midterms

On the surface, the major components of a blue wave remain in place. But underlying geographic factors and an increasingly polarized electorate figure to help Republicans. The midterms are Nov. 6.