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Cancer Patients Are Getting Robotic Surgery. There’s No Evidence It’s Better.

Cancer Patients Are Getting Robotic Surgery. There’s No Evidence It’s Better.

A da Vinci device in the operating theater. The da Vinci was the first robotic surgery system approved by the F.D.A.
A Landscape Designer’s Wild Garden

A Landscape Designer’s Wild Garden

In mid-August, Deborah Nevins’s garden is speckled with yellow dill flower, purple ironweed, pink Canada germander, orange day lily and white Queen Anne’s lace.
Iran Tries to Expand Business in Iraq to Blunt U.S. Sanctions

Iran Tries to Expand Business in Iraq to Blunt U.S. Sanctions

President Barham Salih of Iraq, second from left, welcomed his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, center, at the Salam Palace in Baghdad on Monday.
U.N. Victims of Ethiopia Plane Crash Worked in World’s Trouble Spots

U.N. Victims of Ethiopia Plane Crash Worked in World’s Trouble Spots

Sifting through the wreckage of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302near Bishoftu, Ethiopia, on Monday. The flight often included United Nations staff members.
Russia Dispatch: Turgenev Dissed Russia but Is Still Lionized as Literary Star by Touchy Kremlin

Russia Dispatch: Turgenev Dissed Russia but Is Still Lionized as Literary Star by Touchy Kremlin

A church in Spasskoye-Lutovinovo, Russia, near the country mansion of Ivan Turgenev, which has recently been renovated as a showcase of national pride.

Metropolitan Diary: ‘I Was Biking West on 21st Street When I Came to a Barrier’

Riding through, tension at the smoothie counter and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Idolatry at the Western Wall

Idolatry at the Western Wall

Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews showed up to protest the monthly prayer service of the feminist group the Women of the Wall at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on March 8.
Charges Dropped Against Woman Accused of Murdering Kim Jong-nam

Charges Dropped Against Woman Accused of Murdering Kim Jong-nam

Siti Aisyah, center, leaving a courthouse outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Monday.
China Orders Airlines to Ground All Boeing 737 Max 8 Aircraft

China Orders Airlines to Ground All Boeing 737 Max 8 Aircraft

A Boeing 737 Max 8 in Zhoushan, China, in December. Chinese airlines operate 96 of the planes.
For ‘Crashing,’ the Third Season Was the Charm. Also the End.

For ‘Crashing,’ the Third Season Was the Charm. Also the End.

Pete Holmes in the season finale — and series finale — of “Crashing” on HBO.
Illness Knocks Serena Williams Out at Indian Wells

Illness Knocks Serena Williams Out at Indian Wells

Serena Williams got off to a good start on Sunday but had to retire because of an illness.
Editorial Observer: Vaping Is Big Tobacco’s Bait and Switch

Editorial Observer: Vaping Is Big Tobacco’s Bait and Switch

The tobacco industry is pushing a new kind of smoking device — the e-cig or vape pen — that it says is far healthier than traditional cigarettes.
Boeing Faces Questions About Its New 737 Max Jets After Ethiopia Crash

Boeing Faces Questions About Its New 737 Max Jets After Ethiopia Crash

Boeing 737s operated by Ethiopian Airlines at Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa. One of the airline’s Boeing 737 Max jetliners crashed shortly after takeoff from the airport on Sunday, killing
The Experts Keep Getting the Economy Wrong

The Experts Keep Getting the Economy Wrong

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. The week ended on a down note after a disappointing jobs report.
The Democratic Candidates Should Tell Us Now Who They’ll Put on the Supreme Court

The Democratic Candidates Should Tell Us Now Who They’ll Put on the Supreme Court

Bryan Stevenson is a career death penalty opponent, consummate Supreme Court litigator and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative in Alabama.
Harry Howell, Star Defenseman With Rangers for 17 Years, Dies at 86

Harry Howell, Star Defenseman With Rangers for 17 Years, Dies at 86

Harry Howell with his 5-year-old son, Danny, in 1965. He was a seven-time All-Star, and in 1967 was honored at the old Madison Square Garden with the first “night” ever accorded a Rangers player.
Netanyahu-Trump Partnership Is Stronger Than Ever. Are These Its Final Days?

Netanyahu-Trump Partnership Is Stronger Than Ever. Are These Its Final Days?

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s campaign billboards feature him with President Trump, who is more popular in Israel than in almost any other country.