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China Cancels Plans for Trade Talks in Washington

China Cancels Plans for Trade Talks in Washington

Shipping containers stacked in Long Beach, Calif. The cancellation of trade talks between American and Chinese officials came as President Trump plans to put his biggest round of tariffs on Chinese

Tanzania Death Toll 209 as Survivor Found in Capsized Ferry

It was a stunning discovery. As rescue divers probed a capsized Tanzanian ferry two days after the disaster and the death toll soared past 200, a man was found in an air pocket, alive.
Sheldon Adelson Sees a Lot to Like in Trump’s Washington

Sheldon Adelson Sees a Lot to Like in Trump’s Washington

Sheldon Adelson and his wife Miriam, attended a presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., in September 2016.
Sporting: Why Does the Tennis Season End Before It’s Over?

Sporting: Why Does the Tennis Season End Before It’s Over?

Roger Federer, right, and Rafael Nadal of Team Europe celebrating a win in the Laver Cup last year in Prague.
Ruling on Health Care Subsidies Could Prove Costly for Government

Ruling on Health Care Subsidies Could Prove Costly for Government

A judge sided with Montana Health Co-op over payments that President Trump ended.
Hurricane Florence Has Gone, but Challenges for the Carolinas Have Just Begun

Hurricane Florence Has Gone, but Challenges for the Carolinas Have Just Begun

Darryl Witherspoon of the South Carolina National Guard in Nichols, S.C. Flooding threats have not abated in South Carolina’s low-lying coastal plain.
Anne Russ Federman, Scion of a Royal Family of Smoked Fish, Dies at 97

Anne Russ Federman, Scion of a Royal Family of Smoked Fish, Dies at 97

Anne Russ Federman working at the sweets counter at Russ & Daughters in about 1975. She began working at the store when she was 14.
China and Vatican Reach Deal on Appointment of Bishops

China and Vatican Reach Deal on Appointment of Bishops

Preparations before a Mass in Anyang, in the province of Henan, China, last month.
Attack on Military Parade in Iran Kills at Least 25

Attack on Military Parade in Iran Kills at Least 25

Wounded soldiers at the scene of the attack. Officials blamed Arab separatists and the United States.
Nigerian Herders Face Threat From Farmers Competing for Land

Nigerian Herders Face Threat From Farmers Competing for Land

Men loaded cows to be sold at market into a truck outside of Garin, Nigeria, early this month.
News Analysis: Is the World Becoming a Jungle Again? Should Americans Care?

News Analysis: Is the World Becoming a Jungle Again? Should Americans Care?

President Trump at the NATO summit in Brussels in July. Mr. Trump’s apparent determination to upend traditional American diplomacy has set off debate about what the United States’ role in the world

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,