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Books News: How Feminist Dystopian Fiction Is Channeling Women’s Anger and Anxiety

Books News: How Feminist Dystopian Fiction Is Channeling Women’s Anger and Anxiety

Sophie Mackintosh’s unsettling debut novel, “The Water Cure,” grew out of a simple, sinister question: What if masculinity were literally toxic?
#MeToo Is a ‘Movement Toward Victimization,’ G.O.P. Senate Candidate Says

#MeToo Is a ‘Movement Toward Victimization,’ G.O.P. Senate Candidate Says

Representative Kevin Cramer, a Republican, is challenging Senator Heidi Heitkamp, a Democrat, in November.
Life on the Dirtiest Block in San Francisco

Life on the Dirtiest Block in San Francisco

The 300 block of Hyde Street in San Francisco received 2,227 complaints about street and sidewalk cleanliness over the past decade, more than any other.
The New Health Care: That New Apple Watch EKG Feature? There Are More Downs Than Ups

The New Health Care: That New Apple Watch EKG Feature? There Are More Downs Than Ups

New Apple Watches, including the Series 4, were on display in New York last month.
How an American Basketball Player Became a Star in Australian Rules Football

How an American Basketball Player Became a Star in Australian Rules Football

Mason Cox, a Texan who has made a splash in the Australian Football League, made a mark, or catch, during a game last month.
As Storms Keep Coming, FEMA Spends Billions in ‘Cycle’ of Damage and Repair

As Storms Keep Coming, FEMA Spends Billions in ‘Cycle’ of Damage and Repair

The Plaquemines Parish Detention Center was rebuilt for $105 million in a Louisiana marsh that had been ravaged by Hurricane Katrina.
Taylor Swift, Apolitical No More, Endorses Democratic Candidates in Tennessee

Taylor Swift, Apolitical No More, Endorses Democratic Candidates in Tennessee

Taylor Swift endorsed two Democratic candidates on Sunday, writing, “I cannot vote for someone who will not be willing to fight for dignity for ALL Americans, no matter their skin color, gender or who
Uber Driver’s Death Marks Seventh For-Hire Driver Suicide Within a Year

Uber Driver’s Death Marks Seventh For-Hire Driver Suicide Within a Year

A vigil for Fausto Luna outside the 175th Street and Fort Washington Avenue subway station on Sunday. Mr. Luna died on Sept. 26 after jumping in front of a train there.
Convicts Seeking to Clear Their Records Find More Prosecutors Willing to Help

Convicts Seeking to Clear Their Records Find More Prosecutors Willing to Help

Stephanie Truchan, a volunteer at the Expungement Help Desk in Indianapolis. At least 20 states have created or broadened expungement and sealing laws since the beginning of 2017.
Romania Conservatives Wanted Voters to Limit Definition of ‘Family.’ They Failed.

Romania Conservatives Wanted Voters to Limit Definition of ‘Family.’ They Failed.

A supporter of gay rights waiting on Sunday for the results of Romania’s referendum on whether to limit the constitutional definition of a family to a man and a woman. The measure did not pass.
Why New Jersey Democrats Are Suddenly Worried About the Menendez Race

Why New Jersey Democrats Are Suddenly Worried About the Menendez Race

Senator Robert Menendez at a parade in North Bergen, N.J., on Sunday. He was once thought to be a shoo-in for re-election, but Democratic leaders are worried by the inroads his Republican foe, Bob
Limo Crash in New York: 4 Sisters Were Among the 20 Victims

Limo Crash in New York: 4 Sisters Were Among the 20 Victims

People place flowers on Sunday at the scene where 20 people were killed after a limousine failed to stop at an intersection in Schoharie, N.Y.
On Africa Trip, First Lady Reveals a Trump-like Side

On Africa Trip, First Lady Reveals a Trump-like Side

Melania Trump in Egypt on Saturday. Her trip, she said, was meant to “show the world that we care.”
Major Climate Report Describes a Strong Risk of Crisis as Early as 2040

Major Climate Report Describes a Strong Risk of Crisis as Early as 2040

Harry Taylor, 6, played with the bones of dead livestock on his family’s farm in New South Wales, Australia, an area that has faced severe drought.
Drunk Birds? How a Small Minnesota City Stumbled Into the Spotlight

Drunk Birds? How a Small Minnesota City Stumbled Into the Spotlight

A robin (who was probably not drunk) eating a crabapple in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Court Battle Shifts the Political Terrain for Senators in the Heartland

Court Battle Shifts the Political Terrain for Senators in the Heartland

For Senator Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and others running in farm states, the Supreme Court debate has changed the battle for control of the Senate.
Serb Nationalist Claims Victory in Bosnia in Early Vote Count

Serb Nationalist Claims Victory in Bosnia in Early Vote Count

The victory of Milorad Dodik, a pro-Russia Bosnian Serb strongman, could exacerbate ethnic rivalries in Bosnia and stall the country’s bid for European Union membership.