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Fall of a West Virginia Bishop Widens the Catholic Crisis Over Sex Abuse

Fall of a West Virginia Bishop Widens the Catholic Crisis Over Sex Abuse

The pope has accepted the resignation of Bishop Michael J. Bransfield and ordered an investigation into sexual harassment allegations.
An Offensive Plan for the Balkans That the U.S. Should Get Behind

An Offensive Plan for the Balkans That the U.S. Should Get Behind

A giant Serbian national flag was hung prior to the visit of Serbian president, Aleksandar Vucic, to Gazivode Lake in Kosovo on September 8, 2018.
We Were Tourists, Not Assassins, Novichok Attack Suspects Say

We Were Tourists, Not Assassins, Novichok Attack Suspects Say

In an interview with the Russian network RT on Thursday, Ruslan Boshirov, left, and Alexander Petrov denied any involvement in the attack on a former spy in Britain.
House Polls Show Very Close Races but Also Hints of Democratic Strength

House Polls Show Very Close Races but Also Hints of Democratic Strength

Amy McGrath, a former fighter pilot and the Democratic challenger in Kentucky's Sixth District. She trailed by one percentage point in a New York Times Upshot/Siena College poll.
Gloria Steinem, Watching Herself Onstage, Knows She’s in Good Hands

Gloria Steinem, Watching Herself Onstage, Knows She’s in Good Hands

Christine Lahti and Gloria Steinem during rehearsals for “Gloria: A Life.”
Review: Sean Penn Has Space Suit, May Travel in ‘The First’

Review: Sean Penn Has Space Suit, May Travel in ‘The First’

Sean Penn plays an anguished hero preparing for a mission to Mars in Hulu’s “The First.”
U.S. Recovery Eludes Many Living Below Poverty Level, Census Suggests

U.S. Recovery Eludes Many Living Below Poverty Level, Census Suggests

A soup kitchen in Williamsport, Pa. Economists and advocates for poor people say the relatively modest gains over the last few years are fragile.
Turkey’s Central Bank Raises Interest Rates to Curb Inflation

Turkey’s Central Bank Raises Interest Rates to Curb Inflation

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has resisted calls for an increase in interest rates to curb worsening inflation.
California Today: California Today: What We Learned at Apple’s iPhone Bonanza

California Today: California Today: What We Learned at Apple’s iPhone Bonanza

Philip W. Schiller, senior vice president for marketing, talks about all the iPhones available and their prices on Wednesday.
Art Review: Flying Goats and Black Squares, Charging Into the Future

Art Review: Flying Goats and Black Squares, Charging Into the Future

Marc Chagall’s “Onward, Onward” (1918), study for the first anniversary of the October Revolution, in the show “Chagall, Lissitzky, Malevich: The Russian Avant-Garde in Vitebsk, 1918-1922.”
Australian Politicians Threaten Schoolgirl Over National Anthem Protest

Australian Politicians Threaten Schoolgirl Over National Anthem Protest

Harper Nielsen, 9, was sent to detention for refusing to stand for the Australian national anthem during school. Her parents, Mark Nielsen and Yvette Miller, stood by her decision.
A Supreme Court Transformed

A Supreme Court Transformed

Judge Brett Kavanaugh being sworn in before his Supreme Court confirmation hearing on Sept. 4.
Your Thursday News Briefing: Immigration, Hurricane Florence, Vaping

Your Thursday News Briefing: Immigration, Hurricane Florence, Vaping

Andrew Cuomo and Cynthia Nixon are on the ballot in the Democratic race for governor of New York, one of several primaries in the state today.
To Thwart Iran, Save Idlib

To Thwart Iran, Save Idlib

A Syrian rebel fighter training for combat in Idlib Province.