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A Year After Las Vegas Shooting, a ‘Survivor Wedding’ Takes Back the City

A Year After Las Vegas Shooting, a ‘Survivor Wedding’ Takes Back the City

Regina Harris and Billy Bob Mason, survivors of last year’s shooting, were married in Las Vegas on Monday.
In El Chapo’s Trial, Extraordinary Steps to Keep Witnesses Alive

In El Chapo’s Trial, Extraordinary Steps to Keep Witnesses Alive

Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the Mexican drug kingpin known as El Chapo, shown in 2014. Strict protective orders of witnesses are needed because Mr. Guzmán has a history of killing and kidnapping those who
Cancer Center’s Board Chairman Faults Top Doctor Over ‘Crossed Lines’

Cancer Center’s Board Chairman Faults Top Doctor Over ‘Crossed Lines’

From left, Douglas A. Warner III, Memorial Sloan Kettering’s board chairman; Dr. José Baselga, its former chief medical officer; and Dr. Craig B. Thompson, its chief executive, at its charity ball in
Toward a Smaller American Footprint on Okinawa

Toward a Smaller American Footprint on Okinawa

In August, the Okinawa prefectural government canceled its permission for landfill work for the construction of an American military facility.
Kavanaugh Was Questioned by Police After Bar Fight in 1985

Kavanaugh Was Questioned by Police After Bar Fight in 1985

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.

Jeff Flake Says Kavanaugh Probe Should Look at ‘Any Current, Credible Allegation’

The Republican senator, who forced a new F.B.I. investigation into accusations against the Supreme Court nominee, spoke in Boston.
The Angry White Male Caucus

The Angry White Male Caucus

Judge Brett Kavanaugh testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week.

Retro Report: For Private Prisons, Detaining Immigrants Is Big Business

A surging inmate population in the 1980s led to a boom in for-profit prisons. Today, privately run prisons have become the government’s default detention centers for undocumented migrants.
Jemele Hill Is Joining The Atlantic and Ready to Talk Politics

Jemele Hill Is Joining The Atlantic and Ready to Talk Politics

Jemele Hill is joining the staff of The Atlantic after parting ways with ESPN, where she had been for 12 years.

Border Patrol Agent’s Gender-Reveal Party Sparked Arizona Fire, Lawyer Says

Dennis Dickey pleaded guilty to starting the fire by shooting at a target filled with an explosive substance that erupted into a 45,000-acre fire.
He’s a Rhodes Scholar. The G.O.P. Keeps Calling Him a ‘Big-City Rapper.’

He’s a Rhodes Scholar. The G.O.P. Keeps Calling Him a ‘Big-City Rapper.’

At a recent meet-and-greet event, Antonio Delgado said voters wanted to talk about issues like “schools, the environment and jobs,” and not about his brief career as a rap artist.
Indonesia Tsunami Survivors Are Burying the Dead and Desperate for Aid

Indonesia Tsunami Survivors Are Burying the Dead and Desperate for Aid

Sarah Wati, 20, who was shot in the foot by the police as she watched a crowd of people trying to break into an A.T.M.
Britain Dispatch: British Rail Companies Have a Message: We’re Sorry. Very Sorry. Apologies.

Britain Dispatch: British Rail Companies Have a Message: We’re Sorry. Very Sorry. Apologies.

Time tables recently changed for Britain’s train system, creating a lot of delays and cancellations. Now employees of companies like Great Western Railway take training sessions to learn how to
Profile: A Graphic Novel Aimed at Young Adults Takes a Personal Look at the Opioid Crisis

Profile: A Graphic Novel Aimed at Young Adults Takes a Personal Look at the Opioid Crisis

When trying to decide whether to write about his mother’s heroin addiction, Jarrett J. Krosoczka worried about “what people would think.”
For Canada, a Sigh of Relief More Than a Celebration in New Nafta Deal

For Canada, a Sigh of Relief More Than a Celebration in New Nafta Deal

President Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada at the Group of 7 summit meeting in Charlevoix, Quebec, in June.
All the Ways a Justice Kavanaugh Would Have to Recuse Himself

All the Ways a Justice Kavanaugh Would Have to Recuse Himself

Judge Brett Kavanaugh's comments before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday, Laurence H. Tribe writes, "disqualify him from participating in a wide range of the cases that may come before the
Worse Than Nafta

Worse Than Nafta

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada after reaching the agreement on Nafta on Sunday.