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Gunmen Kill 12 Revolutionary Guards in Attack on Iran Military Parade: ISNA

Gunmen fired on a military parade in southwestern Iran on Saturday, killing 12 members of the Revolutionary Guards, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported, in one of the worst attacks ever on
Medellín Dispatch: 25 Years After Escobar’s Death, Medellín Struggles to Demolish a Legend

Medellín Dispatch: 25 Years After Escobar’s Death, Medellín Struggles to Demolish a Legend

Tourists hiking past a prison guard tower, along the same path that Pablo Escobar used in 1992 to escape from the prison La Catedral.
These Robots Run, Dance and Flip. But Are They a Business?

These Robots Run, Dance and Flip. But Are They a Business?

Atlas 2.0, a mobile two-legged humanoid, at the Boston Dynamics lab and headquarters in Waltham, Mass. in September.
FEMA Chief Brock Long Must Reimburse U.S. for Misuse of Agency Vehicles

FEMA Chief Brock Long Must Reimburse U.S. for Misuse of Agency Vehicles

Brock Long, the administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, was found to have used government vehicles “without proper authorization,” Kirstjen Nielsen, the homeland security secretary,
Books News: Would You Like Some Sausage With Your Novel?

Books News: Would You Like Some Sausage With Your Novel?

Wolfgang Frühauf’s bookstore, which now offers more than just books, is emerging as an important center in this rural part of Germany.
At Missouri Rally, Trump Vows to Eliminate ‘Lingering Stench’ at the Justice Department

At Missouri Rally, Trump Vows to Eliminate ‘Lingering Stench’ at the Justice Department

President Trump at a campaign rally on Friday in Springfield, Mo., a state that he won by 19 percentage points in 2016.
16-Year-Old Is Fatally Shot While Playing Basketball in Brooklyn, Police Say

16-Year-Old Is Fatally Shot While Playing Basketball in Brooklyn, Police Say

The New York Police Department is investigating the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy at a playground in Brooklyn on Friday afternoon.
Google C.E.O. Denies Allegations of Political Bias in Search Results

Google C.E.O. Denies Allegations of Political Bias in Search Results

“We do not bias our products to favor any political agenda,” Google’s chief executive, Sundar Pichai, wrote in an email on Friday.
City Officials Fear Mass Bailout at Rikers Could Endanger Crime Victims

City Officials Fear Mass Bailout at Rikers Could Endanger Crime Victims

City officials and prosecutors have raised objections to a plan to bail out 500 women and teenagers from Rikers Island, suggesting that it could endanger crime victims and witnesses.
Op-Ed Columnist: Beto and Ted — Who’s Ahead?

Op-Ed Columnist: Beto and Ted — Who’s Ahead?

Senator Ted Cruz, left, and Representative Beto O’Rourke before the start of their first debate, on Friday in Dallas.
5 Ways Harvey Weinstein’s Lawyers Plan to Fight the Accusations Against Him

5 Ways Harvey Weinstein’s Lawyers Plan to Fight the Accusations Against Him

Harvey Weinstein, left, with his lawyer, Benjamin Brafman. Last month, Mr. Brafman accused prosecutors of withholding evidence in Mr. Weinstein’s criminal case.
This I Believe About Blasey v. Kavanaugh

This I Believe About Blasey v. Kavanaugh

An activist in Washington wearing a button in support of Christine Blasey Ford.
What Is Coal Ash and Why Is It Dangerous?

What Is Coal Ash and Why Is It Dangerous?

Soldiers with the South Carolina National Guard after helping on Thursday to erect a pollution control boom near a coal ash pit that threatened to flood.
It Was a Suspected ‘Birth Tourism’ Site. Then Came Late-Night Screams.

It Was a Suspected ‘Birth Tourism’ Site. Then Came Late-Night Screams.

Police officers at the scene of a suspected birth tourism site in Flushing, Queens, where five people, including three infants, were stabbed early Friday morning.
As Florence Death Toll Climbs, Families Grapple with Loss of Infants

As Florence Death Toll Climbs, Families Grapple with Loss of Infants

Lesha Murphy-Johnson and her son, Adam, in a family photograph. Both were killed when a tree fell on their home.
Patti Davis, Ronald Reagan’s Daughter, Tells Her Story of Sexual Assault

Patti Davis, Ronald Reagan’s Daughter, Tells Her Story of Sexual Assault

Patti Davis speaking at the funeral of her mother, the former first lady Nancy Reagan, in 2016. The Washington Post published an opinion piece by Ms. Davis on Friday that described her experience of
As Economy Roars, Army Falls Thousands Short of Recruiting Goals

As Economy Roars, Army Falls Thousands Short of Recruiting Goals

An Army recruiting station in Frankfort, Ky. The Army failed to meet its recruitment goal this year.
We Need More Enemies of the People

We Need More Enemies of the People

Jerry Dhonau, left, was among journalists who helped shield a 15-year-old student, Elizabeth Eckford, from a hostile white crowd in 1957 near Little Rock Central High School in Arkansas.
Billionaire Backer of Maria Butina Had Russian Security Ties

Billionaire Backer of Maria Butina Had Russian Security Ties

A cache of hacked emails has shed light on the Russian security connections of the oligarch Konstantin Nikolaev.