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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.
A Last Hope for Truth in a Mass Lynching

A Last Hope for Truth in a Mass Lynching

The Walton County, Ga., monument at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Ala.
Brazil Election: Jair Bolsonaro Heads to Runoff After Missing Outright Win

Brazil Election: Jair Bolsonaro Heads to Runoff After Missing Outright Win

Jair Bolsonaro, the right-wing presidential candidate, in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday. With 99.9 percent of votes tallied, Mr. Bolsonaro had 46 percent of the vote.
Review: There’s a Dark, Golden Haze in This Reclaimed ‘Oklahoma!’

Review: There’s a Dark, Golden Haze in This Reclaimed ‘Oklahoma!’

Damon Daunno, left, and Rebecca Naomi Jones in a new production of "Oklahoma!" at St. Ann's Warehouse.
More Trees, Happier People

More Trees, Happier People

A tree in Riverfront Park competes for grandeur with Nashville’s iconic At&T building.
Get Angry, and Get Involved

Get Angry, and Get Involved

Protesters demonstrated against the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court on Saturday in Washington.
Liberals, This Is War

Liberals, This Is War

Demonstrators protesting at the steps of the Supreme Court on Saturday against the Brett Kavanaugh nomination.
Populist Wave Hits Latvia, Lifting Pro-Russia Party in Election

Populist Wave Hits Latvia, Lifting Pro-Russia Party in Election

A poster of Nils Usakovs, leader of the pro-Kremlin Latvia political party Harmony Center in Riga on Monday.
With Battle Over, a New Justice Quickly Gets to Work and Sets a Record

With Battle Over, a New Justice Quickly Gets to Work and Sets a Record

Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh’s law clerks are all women, a first for the Supreme Court.

‘We Heard an Explosion’: Witness Describes Deadly Crash in N.Y.

At least 20 people were killed after a limousine failed to stop at an intersection in Schoharie, N.Y., on Saturday. It was the deadliest transportation accident in the country in nine years.
The Police Wanted to Talk to Him After His Daughter Died, but He Plunged to His Death

The Police Wanted to Talk to Him After His Daughter Died, but He Plunged to His Death

New York City police officers investigating the death of a 13-month-old girl and the beating of her twin brother at their house in Queens last week. The police believe their father, Mohammed Reza
A Good Appetite: Indian Cooks Embrace the Instant Pot

A Good Appetite: Indian Cooks Embrace the Instant Pot

Nearly a dozen Indian cookbooks geared toward the electric pressure cooker have appeared in the last year. In Chandra Ram’s shrimp biryani, shrimp and rice are cooked for just a few minutes.
Cardinal Pens Scathing Letter to Archbishop Who Accused Pope of Cover-Up

Cardinal Pens Scathing Letter to Archbishop Who Accused Pope of Cover-Up

Pope Francis has ordered a “thorough study” into the Vatican archives to investigate the charges surrounding Archbishop Theodore McCarrick.
17 Years to the Day the U.S. Invaded, 54 Are Killed Across Afghanistan

17 Years to the Day the U.S. Invaded, 54 Are Killed Across Afghanistan

An Afghan police headquarters damaged by a Taliban attack in the Sayed Abad District in Wardak Province, Afghanistan, on Sunday.
On Washington: The Senate’s Deep Wounds From an Ugly Kavanaugh Fight

On Washington: The Senate’s Deep Wounds From an Ugly Kavanaugh Fight

“It has not been good for the Senate, none of this,” said Senator Richard C. Shelby, Republican of Alabama.
Losing Hope as Susan Collins Spoke

Losing Hope as Susan Collins Spoke

Protests against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court continued through the weekend.
Women Will Pay for the Mess of the Kavanaugh Confirmation

Women Will Pay for the Mess of the Kavanaugh Confirmation

Christine Blasey Ford pausing during her testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.