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Booksellers Protest Amazon Site’s Move to Drop Stores From Certain Countries

Booksellers Protest Amazon Site’s Move to Drop Stores From Certain Countries

The Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association’s book fair in 2013 in London. It said it was dropping AbeBooks as a sponsor of its 2019 book fair.
Lelisa Desisa Wins the New York City Marathon in the Last Miles

Lelisa Desisa Wins the New York City Marathon in the Last Miles

Lelisa Desisa won in 2:05:59, after jockeying for much of the race with last year’s winner, Geoffrey Kamworor, who finished third.
If You’re Sure You Know What’s Going to Happen on Tuesday, You’re Wrong

If You’re Sure You Know What’s Going to Happen on Tuesday, You’re Wrong

Supporters of President Trump cheer as he arrives on stage during a MAGA campaign rally in Charlotte, N.C. last week.
At Mile 20, the Bronx Cheers Are All Supportive

At Mile 20, the Bronx Cheers Are All Supportive

Samuel Brooks, in bathrobe and fur hat, cheers runners from atop a stepladder at the corner of 135th Street and Alexander Avenue in the Bronx.
Shadow, and Support, of Government Follows Hungarian Opera

Shadow, and Support, of Government Follows Hungarian Opera

Erika Gal as the Queen of Sheba in the Hungarian State Opera production in New York.
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Tops Box Office, Overcoming Lackluster Reviews

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Tops Box Office, Overcoming Lackluster Reviews

From left, Gwilym Lee, Rami Malek and Joe Mazzello in “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
Far-Right Internet Groups Listen for Trump’s Approval, and Often Hear It

Far-Right Internet Groups Listen for Trump’s Approval, and Often Hear It

As President Trump and his allies have waged a fear-based campaign to drive Republican voters to the polls, far-right communities have parsed his statements, looking for hints of their influence.
Sicily Storm Kills 9 Members of 2 Families as Villa Floods

Sicily Storm Kills 9 Members of 2 Families as Villa Floods

The flooded house where nine people died after a river burst its banks in Sicily.
Another Trump Scoop, a Giddy Reaction and a Reporter Under Fire

Another Trump Scoop, a Giddy Reaction and a Reporter Under Fire

Jonathan Swan, left, and Jim VandeHei of Axios during their interview with President Trump.
Rallies, Taxes and Bus Tours: Down to the Wire in Orange County

Rallies, Taxes and Bus Tours: Down to the Wire in Orange County

A bus tour led by Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, who is running for governor, and Senator Kamala Harris visited several competitive House districts in Southern California on Saturday, including the 25th,
Brian Kemp’s Office, Without Citing Evidence, Investigates Georgia Democrats Over Alleged ‘Hack’

Brian Kemp’s Office, Without Citing Evidence, Investigates Georgia Democrats Over Alleged ‘Hack’

As the secretary of state, Brian Kemp is also overseeing the election, and Democrats portrayed the inquiry as an abuse of power.
Two Capitals, One Russian Oligarch: How Oleg Deripaska Is Trying to Escape U.S. Sanctions

Two Capitals, One Russian Oligarch: How Oleg Deripaska Is Trying to Escape U.S. Sanctions

Oleg Deripaska in London in 2011. He is one of Russia’s most prominent, and by some accounts notorious, oligarchs.
Air Force Mascot, a Falcon, Is Injured by West Point Cadets During Prank

Air Force Mascot, a Falcon, Is Injured by West Point Cadets During Prank

A number of falcons, like this one, are mascots of the Air Force Academy and travel with the football team to games. One of them, an all-white gyrfalcon named Aurora, was injured in a prank, according
As Nigerian Fashion Booms, Women Lead Its Coverage

As Nigerian Fashion Booms, Women Lead Its Coverage

The supermodel Naomi Campbell walked at the Tiffani Amber show during the ARISE Fashion Week event in Lagos in April. Nigerian designers have gained international recognition with a style sense that
2018 New York City Marathon Photos

2018 New York City Marathon Photos

Runners made their way through the Bronx on Sunday afternoon.
Searching for the Next Bobby Fischer, the U.S. Finds Fabi

Searching for the Next Bobby Fischer, the U.S. Finds Fabi

Fabiano Caruana, an Italian-American chess grandmaster, stands for a portrait outside the World Chess Hall of Fame in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S., on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018.