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New-Age Sam Darnold Tries to Solve an Age-Old Jets Problem

New-Age Sam Darnold Tries to Solve an Age-Old Jets Problem

At 21 years, 97 days old, Sam Darnold will become the youngest quarterback to start an N.F.L. season-opener since 1970, and the second-youngest quarterback to start a game.
Guatemala Dispatch: Migrants’ Emotional Ties to U.S. Expressed in Flags, Tombs and Fancy Homes

Guatemala Dispatch: Migrants’ Emotional Ties to U.S. Expressed in Flags, Tombs and Fancy Homes

A sign high above Chivarreto, Guatemala, whose residents proudly refer to it as “Little Hollywood.”
Nia Imani Franklin, Miss New York, Is the Winner of Miss America 2019

Nia Imani Franklin, Miss New York, Is the Winner of Miss America 2019

Miss New York, Nia Franklin, in the "Show Us Your Shoes" Parade that opens each year's Miss America pageant.
John Legend, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice Join the EGOT Club

John Legend, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice Join the EGOT Club

John Legend as Jesus in “Jesus Christ Superstar” live in concert.
The Chicest Store in Milan Comes to New York

The Chicest Store in Milan Comes to New York

At 10 Corso Como New York, fashion meets jewelry meets high-end design, in a space that invites customers to linger and — oh, if they insist! — buy.
A Spy Story: Sergei Skripal Was a Little Fish. He Had a Big Enemy.

A Spy Story: Sergei Skripal Was a Little Fish. He Had a Big Enemy.

Family photos of the former Russian spy Sergei V. Skripal with his daughter, Yulia, in the late 1980s and his wife, Lyudmila, in 1972.
Is Italy’s Prime Minister Looking for a Backup Job?

Is Italy’s Prime Minister Looking for a Backup Job?

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte of Italy, second from right, at an economic forum in Cernobbio, Italy, on Saturday.
Alibaba’s Chairman, Jack Ma, Plans to Step Down

Alibaba’s Chairman, Jack Ma, Plans to Step Down

Jack Ma, the co-founder and executive chairman of Alibaba, will continue to play as a “lifetime partner” after he steps down, the company said.
Sports of The Times: Serena Williams Spotlights Tennis Inequities, but in the Best Way?

Sports of The Times: Serena Williams Spotlights Tennis Inequities, but in the Best Way?

Serena Williams complained to United States Open officials on Saturday about the officiating in the women’s final, setting off debate over whether she was unfairly penalized.
Dallas Officer Charged With Manslaughter After Killing Neighbor in His Apartment

Dallas Officer Charged With Manslaughter After Killing Neighbor in His Apartment

Officer Amber Guyger, 30, was arrested on Sunday on a charge of manslaughter.
Paris Knife Attack Wounds 7 People

Paris Knife Attack Wounds 7 People

The French police were investigating a knife attack in the 19th Arrondissement of Paris on Sunday.
Sweden’s Centrists Prevail Even as Far Right Has Its Best Showing Ever

Sweden’s Centrists Prevail Even as Far Right Has Its Best Showing Ever

Prime Minister Stefan Lofven of Sweden and his wife, Ulla, on their way to vote in Stockholm on Sunday.
Abortion Opposition Once Defined Marsha Blackburn. But Not in Her Senate Race.

Abortion Opposition Once Defined Marsha Blackburn. But Not in Her Senate Race.

Representative Marsha Blackburn waves to the crowd during a rally with President Donald Trump in Nashville in May. Ms. Blackburn is running for the Senate seat currently held by Sen. Bob Corker.
Novak Djokovic Wins the U.S. Open for His 14th Grand Slam Title

Novak Djokovic Wins the U.S. Open for His 14th Grand Slam Title

Two months after winning Wimbledon, Novak Djokovic claimed the United States Open title too on Sunday night.
White House Memo: Trump Claims Credit for the Economy. Not So Fast, Says Obama.

White House Memo: Trump Claims Credit for the Economy. Not So Fast, Says Obama.

Hitting the campaign trail, Barack Obama has countered President Trump by offering a reminder that the economic recovery started during his own presidency.
Can You Win an Election by Talking About Segregation?

Can You Win an Election by Talking About Segregation?

Demonstrators prepared to enter the Leighton Criminal Court Building in Chicago as jury selection began in the murder trial of Jason Van Dyke, a Chicago police officer, on Wednesday.