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The Pope Doesn’t Understand China

The Pope Doesn’t Understand China

Mass ahead of Easter celebrations at the government-sanctioned South Cathedral in Beijing, in March.
Todd Bol, Creator of Little Free Library Movement, Dies at 62

Todd Bol, Creator of Little Free Library Movement, Dies at 62

Todd Bol, the creator of Little Free Libraries, in 2013 with Eddye Watkins, who hosted an Amish-made box in her yard in Minneapolis. Mr. Bol considered libraries to be part of the connective tissue of
Goods Mart: A 7-Eleven for All You Organic People

Goods Mart: A 7-Eleven for All You Organic People

Rachel Krupa in her store the Goods Mart in Manhattan. The Goods Mart is a do-good convenience store started by the Los Angeles publicist.
The Story of Amsterdam, Told Through Its Trash

The Story of Amsterdam, Told Through Its Trash

In order of appearance, toothpaste from 2004-2005, photographic film from 1975-2005, a horseshoe from 1350-1550, a Delft plate from 1740-1790, human remains from 1750-1937 and a figurine from
Kerry Washington Has Something to Fear

Kerry Washington Has Something to Fear

“I understood her and I knew her,” Kerry Washington (backstage here at the Booth Theater) said of the character she plays in “American Son.”
Here’s Why a 50-Degree Day Feels Colder in Fall Than in Spring

Here’s Why a 50-Degree Day Feels Colder in Fall Than in Spring

Denver Broncos fans huddling before a home game against the Los Angeles Rams this month.
Pipe Bombs Sent to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and CNN Offices

Pipe Bombs Sent to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and CNN Offices

The Time Warner Center, home to CNN’s New York offices, was evacuated after an explosive device was sent there.
Do Not Double-Major

Do Not Double-Major

The number college students who double-major has soared in recent years, part of a credentials arms race.
‘Bodyguard’ Was a Sensation in Britain. But Can It Conquer America?

‘Bodyguard’ Was a Sensation in Britain. But Can It Conquer America?

Richard Madden and Keeley Hawes in “Bodyguard.” The thriller arrives on Netflix on Wednesday.
Global Health: Former Surgeons General Recount Political Pressure on the Job

Global Health: Former Surgeons General Recount Political Pressure on the Job

Dr. Freda C. Lewis-Hall, center, Pfizer’s executive vice president and chief medical officer, moderated a forum of four former surgeons general. From left, Dr. Richard Carmona, Dr. David Satcher, Dr.
‘Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Policy Surprised Agencies, Report Finds

‘Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Policy Surprised Agencies, Report Finds

The Customs and Border Protection agency reported apprehending 16,658 people traveling with families in September, a record.
New York Today: New York Today: An Uncomfortable Debate

New York Today: New York Today: An Uncomfortable Debate

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Marcus J. Molinaro argue during the New York gubernatorial debate.
: Jamal Khashoggi and the Competing Visions of Islam

: Jamal Khashoggi and the Competing Visions of Islam

Television screens in Turkey show President Recep Tayyip Erdogan briefing Parliament on Tuesday on the case of Jamal Khashoggi.
Explosive Devices, Sandra Day O’Connor, World Series: Your Wednesday Briefing

Explosive Devices, Sandra Day O’Connor, World Series: Your Wednesday Briefing

An early voter in Norwalk, Calif., on Tuesday. More than seven million people have already cast ballots in the midterm elections.
Paradise Threatened: Fiji’s War Against Climate Change

Paradise Threatened: Fiji’s War Against Climate Change

An aerial view of the shore line of Kadavu Island in Fiji.