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Tech We’re Using: It’s Her Job to Get More People to Act Like You Right Now

Tech We’re Using: It’s Her Job to Get More People to Act Like You Right Now

Tools like Chartbeat, Google Analytics and CrowdTangle help Millie Tran get a handle on the New York Times's audience in her job as global growth editor.
T Introduces: The Actor-Playwright Exploring What It Means to Be African in America

T Introduces: The Actor-Playwright Exploring What It Means to Be African in America

Ngozi Anyanwu recently acted in David Simon’s “The Deuce.” Her play “Good Grief,” which she wrote and stars in, opens in New York on Oct. 11.
CVS Health and Aetna $69 Billion Merger Is Approved With Conditions

CVS Health and Aetna $69 Billion Merger Is Approved With Conditions

The $69 billion merger of CVS and Aetna follows other big consolidations in the health care industry, including Cigna’s takeover of Express Scripts.
Californian Who Unwittingly Aided Russian Election Interference Gets 6 Months in Prison

Californian Who Unwittingly Aided Russian Election Interference Gets 6 Months in Prison

Richard Pinedo was sentenced to six months in prison on Wednesday in federal court in Washington.
Books News: National Book Foundation Announces Finalists for 69th Annual Award

Books News: National Book Foundation Announces Finalists for 69th Annual Award

Lauren Groff’s “Florida,” Sarah Smarsh’s ”Heartland” and Rebecca Makkai’s “The Great Believers” were among the 25 finalists in five categories.
Elvis Costello, Carole King and a Song 20 Years in the Making

Elvis Costello, Carole King and a Song 20 Years in the Making

A song Elvis Costello and Carole King wrote in the 1990s, “Burnt Sugar Is So Bitter,” is finally being released on Costello’s new album, “Look Now.”
Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner Go ‘Camping’

Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner Go ‘Camping’

From left, David Tennant, Jenni Konner, Lena Dunham and Juliette Lewis on the set of “Camping,” beginning Sunday on HBO. The show, based on a British mini-series, is Ms. Konner and Ms. Dunham’s first
On Architecture: Can Poland’s Faded Brutalist Architecture Be Redeemed?

On Architecture: Can Poland’s Faded Brutalist Architecture Be Redeemed?

The Falowiecs, in Gdansk, Poland, are among the longest housing blocks in the world.
25 Years Later, Norway Files Charges in Shooting of ‘Satanic Verses’ Publisher

25 Years Later, Norway Files Charges in Shooting of ‘Satanic Verses’ Publisher

Asked if he regretted publishing Salman Rushdie’s novel, William Nygaard said “absolutely not.”
California Today: California Today: More Voter Registration Problems at the D.M.V.

California Today: California Today: More Voter Registration Problems at the D.M.V.

Alex Padilla, the California secretary of state, speaking about new voter registration problems at the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
#MeToo Leaders Thank Christine Blasey Ford: ‘Your Sacrifice Was Not Made in Vain’

#MeToo Leaders Thank Christine Blasey Ford: ‘Your Sacrifice Was Not Made in Vain’

People watched from an overflow room as Christine Blasey Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Sept. 27. “You showed a world of discounted people what courage looks like,” #MeToo
In New Slap at China, U.S. Expands Power to Block Foreign Investments

In New Slap at China, U.S. Expands Power to Block Foreign Investments

The Treasury Department said it would expand its reviews of Chinese and other foreign investments in the United States, using new powers approved by Congress.

‘I Can Smell the Bodies’: The Struggle to Find the Dead in Indonesia

Thousands are still missing. The formal search for bodies is about to end. We met with tsunami survivors who said their only hope now was to retrieve and bury the dead before it’s too late.
Benfica, a Big-Time Club, Is Going After Small-Time Bloggers

Benfica, a Big-Time Club, Is Going After Small-Time Bloggers

Benfica’s president, Luis Filipe Vieira, has vowed to pursue those who published confidential documents stolen from the club “in an uncompromising manner.”
Flash Flood Kills at Least 8 on Majorca

Flash Flood Kills at Least 8 on Majorca

The flood cut off the Majorca town of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, which is home to about 8,000 people and is about 40 miles from Palma, the Spanish island’s capital city.
With Arrest in Journalist’s Killing, Bulgaria Rebuts Talk of Political Motive

With Arrest in Journalist’s Killing, Bulgaria Rebuts Talk of Political Motive

A memorial for the journalist Viktoria Marinova in the city of Ruse, Bulgaria.
Soaring Rice Prices Are Dulling Duterte’s Luster in Philippines

Soaring Rice Prices Are Dulling Duterte’s Luster in Philippines

A National Food Authority rice warehouse in Quezon City, Philippines.
Wild Boars in Hong Kong Prove Not Every Pig in the City Is Babe

Wild Boars in Hong Kong Prove Not Every Pig in the City Is Babe

Wild boars regularly startle hikers in Hong Kong. Steve Corry, a trail runner, came across this one in March.
A Suicidal Nanny, an Underground Industry and 3 Babies Stabbed

A Suicidal Nanny, an Underground Industry and 3 Babies Stabbed

Yu Fen Wang with one of her granddaughters. The police say Mrs. Wang stabbed three babies sleeping in bassinets in a Queens maternity center last month.
Hurricane Michael, Nikki Haley, Taylor Swift: Your Wednesday Briefing

Hurricane Michael, Nikki Haley, Taylor Swift: Your Wednesday Briefing

Panama City Beach, Fla., on Tuesday. Hurricane Michael has prompted fears of a devastating storm surge that could reach 13 feet in some areas.