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SiriusXM to Buy Pandora for $3.5 Billion in Bid to Expand Reach

SiriusXM to Buy Pandora for $3.5 Billion in Bid to Expand Reach

Though early to the internet music business, Pandora Media has struggled to compete with rivals like Spotify and Apple Music.
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, Humiliated by Attack, Vow to Retaliate

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, Humiliated by Attack, Vow to Retaliate

A funeral ceremony in Ahvaz, Iran, on Monday for the victims of the attack on a military parade.
Trump’s Tariffs May Hurt, but Quitting China Is Hard to Do

Trump’s Tariffs May Hurt, but Quitting China Is Hard to Do

Garment workers earlier this month arriving for their shifts at a factory in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Sears C.E.O. Lampert Sounds Alarm on Bankruptcy Risk

Sears C.E.O. Lampert Sounds Alarm on Bankruptcy Risk

A Sears store in Meriden, Conn., last year. The company has $5.6 billion debt load.
California Today: California Today: Introducing Our New Correspondent

California Today: California Today: Introducing Our New Correspondent

With Jill Cowan at its helm, California Today will bring more attention to important issues like climate change, immigration and technology.
Telltale, Acclaimed Maker of Story-Based Video Games, Lays Off Most of Its Staff

Telltale, Acclaimed Maker of Story-Based Video Games, Lays Off Most of Its Staff

A concept artist working on The Walking Dead video game at Telltale Games in 2014. The developer announced on Friday that it had laid off most of its staff.
The Trouble With South Sudan’s New Peace Deal

The Trouble With South Sudan’s New Peace Deal

People celebrate as they wait for the arrival of South Sudan's President Salva Kiir in the capital Juba on August 6, 2018, following the signing in neighbouring Sudan of a ceasefire and power sharing
Charles Kao, Nobel Laureate Who Revolutionized Fiber Optics, Dies at 84

Charles Kao, Nobel Laureate Who Revolutionized Fiber Optics, Dies at 84

Charles Kuen Kao doing an early experiment on optical fiber at the Standard Telecommunications Laboratory in Harlow, England, in the 1960s. He shared the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2009.
Trump Stands by ‘Fantastic’ Kavanaugh as He Seeks G.O.P. Votes

Trump Stands by ‘Fantastic’ Kavanaugh as He Seeks G.O.P. Votes

In a radio interview with Geraldo Rivera to be broadcast Monday, the president cast doubt on the sexual assault allegation against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh.
New York Today: New York Today: Behind a Police Department Scandal

New York Today: New York Today: Behind a Police Department Scandal

Ludwig Paz, 51, a former vice detective, who is accused of being the ringleader of a prostitution enterprise.
Your Monday News Briefing: United Nations, China, N.F.L.

Your Monday News Briefing: United Nations, China, N.F.L.

Have you ever wondered what lava sounds like? The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii is one of 11 locations featured in The Times Magazine’s Voyages issue.
The Unlikely, Obvious Solution to the Trade War

The Unlikely, Obvious Solution to the Trade War

A shopper in Beijing in early July. The trade war between the U.S. and China that erupted then is escalating. Some experts call it counterproductive and unnecessary.
What Teenagers Think About the Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh

What Teenagers Think About the Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill earlier this month.
Want to Get Rich Buying Art? Invest in Women

Want to Get Rich Buying Art? Invest in Women

Red Square, 1959 (center) by Helen Frankenthaler at the Gagosian gallery in 2013.
Get in Bed With Skynet

Get in Bed With Skynet

Sankarshan Murthy is always looking up.
Bill Cosby Sentencing: Psychologist Says Threat to Women Remains

Bill Cosby Sentencing: Psychologist Says Threat to Women Remains

Bill Cosby leaves court after the first day of his sentencing hearing.
The New Health Care: Congratulations. Your Study Went Nowhere.

The New Health Care: Congratulations. Your Study Went Nowhere.

A review of research on antidepressants showed how biases can harm science.
The Checkup: In Baseball, Lessons in Loyalty and Tolerance

The Checkup: In Baseball, Lessons in Loyalty and Tolerance

Boston Red Sox fans cheering after the Red Sox defeated the New York Yankees 11-6 on Thursday, clinching the American League East title.