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Will Donald Trump Stand Up to China?

Will Donald Trump Stand Up to China?

Indian Muslims in Mumbai holding placards during a protest against the Chinese government over the detention of Muslim minorities in Xinjiang, on September 14, 2018.
The Broken Pieces of Middle East Peace

The Broken Pieces of Middle East Peace

Palestinians threw stones in response to Israeli forces’ intervention during an anti-occupation rally near the Gaza Strip on Tuesday.
Books News: Stormy Daniels’s ‘Full Disclosure’ Book Will Likely Rattle White House

Books News: Stormy Daniels’s ‘Full Disclosure’ Book Will Likely Rattle White House

In her memoir, Stephanie Clifford gives a vivid, detailed account of her encounter with Donald Trump in 2006 and its aftermath.
Political Memo: On Kavanaugh, a Changed America Debates an Explosive Charge

Political Memo: On Kavanaugh, a Changed America Debates an Explosive Charge

The campus of Georgetown Prep in Bethesda, Md., where Judge Kavanaugh went to high school.
I Highly Recommend Joining This Cult

I Highly Recommend Joining This Cult

There is a growing concern that stressed-out, debt-ridden consumer culture is unsustainable.
Consumers Will Increasingly Feel Pain From Trump’s Trade War. Here’s Why.

Consumers Will Increasingly Feel Pain From Trump’s Trade War. Here’s Why.

An employee working on a part for a wind turbine at a factory in Lianyungang in China.
A Throwback Champion for the Modern Champions League

A Throwback Champion for the Modern Champions League

Red Star players with the 1991 European Cup. A year later, the tournament added a group stage, and the Champions League was born the following season.
Brooklyn Diocese Is Part of $27.5 Million Settlement in 4 Sex Abuse Cases

Brooklyn Diocese Is Part of $27.5 Million Settlement in 4 Sex Abuse Cases

Some of the abuse committed against the four children occurred inside St. Lucy’s-St. Patrick’s Church in Brooklyn, as well as in an apartment in the old schoolhouse behind the church.
Cuomo and de Blasio: Making Nice, for Now

Cuomo and de Blasio: Making Nice, for Now

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, right, and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, who often do not see eye to eye, sit shoulder to shoulder at a Democratic Party event in Manhattan.
Fall TV 2018: New and Returning Shows to Watch

Fall TV 2018: New and Returning Shows to Watch

Clockwise from top left: Toni Collette in “Wanderlust”; Anthony Hopkins in “King Lear”; Bruce Springsteen whose sold-out Broadway show will be available on Netflix; Florence Pugh and Alexander
‘Nastiest I’ve Ever Seen It’: Residents Along Cape Fear River Brace for Record Floods

‘Nastiest I’ve Ever Seen It’: Residents Along Cape Fear River Brace for Record Floods

Residents looked out over early flooding from the rising Cape Fear River in Fayetteville on Monday.

‘I Don’t Have a Home’: Life After Florence in Wilmington, N.C.

Wilmington, N.C., took a direct hit from the storm, and rapidly rising waters left it virtually cut off. We spoke with one resident whose life has been upended.
Salt Bae Serves Meat to Maduro, to Rubio’s Disgust

Salt Bae Serves Meat to Maduro, to Rubio’s Disgust

Nusret Gokce, the chef known to Instagram fans as Salt Bae, demonstrating his famous technique at Nusr-Et Steakhouse.
Megaphones Up, the Philharmonic Opens With Two Young Voices

Megaphones Up, the Philharmonic Opens With Two Young Voices

Conrad Tao, left, and Ashley Fure have written new works for the opening weeks of the New York Philharmonic’s season.
The Amputee Who Showed Everyone

The Amputee Who Showed Everyone

Shaquem Griffin of the Seattle Seahawks in a game against the Indianapolis Colts in August.