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China Accuses Taiwan of Using Students for Espionage

China Accuses Taiwan of Using Students for Espionage

Beijing is hostile toward President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan, whose party is skeptical of closer ties to China.
Trump Hits China With Tariffs on $200 Billion in Goods, Escalating Trade War

Trump Hits China With Tariffs on $200 Billion in Goods, Escalating Trade War

A carbon fiber production line at a factory in Lianyungang in China’s eastern Jiangsu province. President Trump has ordered a new round of tariffs on Chinese goods, meaning nearly half of all Chinese
Quite Possibly Your New Favorite Pasta

Quite Possibly Your New Favorite Pasta

Fat tube pasta, such as paccheri or rigatoni, are great for catching every bit of sauce in this versatile recipe.

Accusations of a ‘Nightmare’ Vacation Test China’s Relations With Sweden

China has imposed travel warnings after it said three Chinese tourists were “brutally abused” by the Swedish police as they were ejected from a hostel in Stockholm.
Fatal Shark Attack Off Cape Cod Is First in Massachusetts Since 1936

Fatal Shark Attack Off Cape Cod Is First in Massachusetts Since 1936

Newcomb Hollow Beach in Wellfleet, Mass., on Saturday after a fatal shark attack. Last year, there were 88 unprovoked shark attacks worldwide, including five fatalities.
Lehman Failed for Good Reasons

Lehman Failed for Good Reasons

The bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers on Sept. 15, 2008 was one of the catalysts of the Great Recession.
Florence, Brett Kavanaugh, Soon-Yi Previn: Your Monday Briefing

Florence, Brett Kavanaugh, Soon-Yi Previn: Your Monday Briefing

A playground in Lumberton, N.C., on Sunday. Now a tropical depression, Florence has left widespread and potentially catastrophic flooding across the Carolinas.
What Does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Think About the South China Sea?

What Does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Think About the South China Sea?

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaking to the media at a campaign event for Cynthia Nixon on Wednesday.
Reading the New South

Reading the New South

Some of Lyndsey Gilpin’s collection of books on the South.
The Architects Who Live Wherever They Work

The Architects Who Live Wherever They Work

The architects Zoe Chan Eayrs and Merlin Eayrs in the hallway of their latest project.
Bloomberg May Run for President as a Democrat. Some of His Views May Cause Him Trouble.

Bloomberg May Run for President as a Democrat. Some of His Views May Cause Him Trouble.

Michael R. Bloomberg, a billionaire and former mayor of New York, spoke at a fund-raising brunch for Steve Sisolak, left, the Democratic nominee for governor of Nevada, in Las Vegas on Sunday.
A Journey to Kashmir’s Gurez Valley

A Journey to Kashmir’s Gurez Valley

The Kishenganga River, near the village of Sheikhpora.
New Approach to Breast Reconstruction May Reduce Pain and Weakness for Some

New Approach to Breast Reconstruction May Reduce Pain and Weakness for Some

Dr. Deborah Cohan, an obstetrician in Berkeley, Calif., reported being able to inhale more deeply than she had in years after breast reconstruction surgery.
Europe’s Triumphs and Troubles Are Written in Swiss Ice

Europe’s Triumphs and Troubles Are Written in Swiss Ice

A depiction of the Black Death in Basel, Switzerland, in 1349. Scientists measuring pollen in Swiss ice found agricultural activity ceased for a number of years as plague gripped Europe.
No. 1 Aim of Democratic Campaign Ads: Protect Pre-existing Conditions

No. 1 Aim of Democratic Campaign Ads: Protect Pre-existing Conditions

No, this Joe Manchin campaign commercial isn’t about guns. It’s about health care.
After the Battle: A Warning From Mosul

After the Battle: A Warning From Mosul

The heavily destroyed Old City district of Mosul, where ISIS militants were cornered, is still littered with unexploded ordnance.
Yet Another Worrisome Subway Statistic: More People Are Going on the Tracks

Yet Another Worrisome Subway Statistic: More People Are Going on the Tracks

A subway rider photographed a man standing on the tracks recently at Grand Central Station. The train operator spotted him and stopped the train just in time, sparing his life.