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Brazil Can’t Afford to Ignore Its Dire Economic Outlook

Brazil Can’t Afford to Ignore Its Dire Economic Outlook

A visitor took pictures of a electronic board at the São Paulo Stock Exchange in São Paulo, Brazil, on Wednesday.
Arrest in Deadly Vendetta Against Mob Figure Only Thickens the Plot

Arrest in Deadly Vendetta Against Mob Figure Only Thickens the Plot

Sylvester Zottola, 71, a reputed member of the Bonanno crime family, was shot to death Oct. 4 while in his car in a McDonald’s drive-through in the Bronx.
Tyndall Air Force Base a ‘Complete Loss’ Amid Questions About Stealth Fighters

Tyndall Air Force Base a ‘Complete Loss’ Amid Questions About Stealth Fighters

Damage from Hurricane Michael at Tyndall Air Force Base on Thursday. The eye of the storm cut directly over the base.
The Milwaukee Brewers: Baseball’s Unconventional Underdogs

The Milwaukee Brewers: Baseball’s Unconventional Underdogs

The catcher Erik Kratz, who has played for 25 teams in his career and once in a while takes the mound, is part of the Brewers’ success story.
The World Needs Answers on Jamal Khashoggi

The World Needs Answers on Jamal Khashoggi

President Trump met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the White House in March to discuss arm sales to Saudi Arabia.
Trump Attacks the Fed as Stocks Fall and the Midterms Loom

Trump Attacks the Fed as Stocks Fall and the Midterms Loom

Jerome H. Powell, selected by President Trump as Fed chairman, has said that Mr. Trump’s views will not influence the central bank’s decisions.
Two Cheers for Feminism!

Two Cheers for Feminism!

Society is getting more comfortable with the social and emotional side of life, the author writes.
Goodbye, Political Spin, Hello Blatant Lies

Goodbye, Political Spin, Hello Blatant Lies

President Trump is leading Republicans in telling flat-out lies about stances on health insurance.
Khashoggi Case Raises Tensions Between Saudi Prince and Turkish President

Khashoggi Case Raises Tensions Between Saudi Prince and Turkish President

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have until now kept relations cordial in the interest of stability.
They Were Still Recovering from Hurricane Florence. Then Michael Came.

They Were Still Recovering from Hurricane Florence. Then Michael Came.

Residents in some neighborhoods of Lumberton, N.C., are still cleaning up from the flooding after Hurricane Florence.
The Biggest Buyers of American Stocks Are on the Sidelines Right Now

The Biggest Buyers of American Stocks Are on the Sidelines Right Now

Tim Cook, Apple's chief, unveiling new Apple Watches last month. Apple is the buyback leader, spending nearly $64 billion to repurchase shares in the 12 months ending in June.
The Biggest Questions in Nevada’s Crucial Senate Race

The Biggest Questions in Nevada’s Crucial Senate Race

Senator Dean Heller, Republican of Nevada, embraced President Trump at a rally in Las Vegas last month.
Winning Bidder for Shredded Banksy Painting Says She’ll Keep It

Winning Bidder for Shredded Banksy Painting Says She’ll Keep It

The tattered painting by Banksy has been recertified and renamed “Love Is in the Bin,” after it self destructed at a Sotheby’s auction last Friday. The winning bidder is sticking with her purchase.
Common Sense: Markets Just Dived. Democrats Shouldn’t Get Too Excited.

Common Sense: Markets Just Dived. Democrats Shouldn’t Get Too Excited.

The New York Stock Exchange on Thursday. “A strong market going into the election doesn’t necessarily help the incumbent’s party,” said Keith Parker, chief equity strategist at UBS.
Californians, Step Away From Your Cars

Californians, Step Away From Your Cars

California has achieved its 2020 emissions reduction targets four years ahead of schedule. But transportation emissions grew slightly in 2016. The main culprit is the use of gasoline-powered vehicles.
Most White Americans’ DNA Can Be Identified Through Genealogy Databases

Most White Americans’ DNA Can Be Identified Through Genealogy Databases

Only two percent of the population needs to have done a DNA test to identify nearly everyone else, researchers found.
A Deadly Year for Journalists as Risk Shifts to the West

A Deadly Year for Journalists as Risk Shifts to the West

A funeral for a journalist killed in Afghanistan in September. Twelve journalists have been killed there so far this year, according to one group.
Hospitals Pummeled by Hurricane Michael Scramble to Evacuate Patients

Hospitals Pummeled by Hurricane Michael Scramble to Evacuate Patients

Debris outside Bay Medical Center in Panama City, Fla., on Thursday. In Florida, four hospitals and 11 nursing facilities were closed, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.