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A Dallas Police Officer Shot Her Neighbor, and a City Is Full of Questions

A Dallas Police Officer Shot Her Neighbor, and a City Is Full of Questions

Lakolya London of Dallas, center, demonstrating with others on Wednesday at a weekly City Council meeting to protest the killing of Botham Shem Jean.
Julia Salazar, the Left’s Post-Truth Politician

Julia Salazar, the Left’s Post-Truth Politician

Julia Salazar speaking with the press after her primary win on Thursday.
Live Briefing: Typhoon Mangkhut: Deadly Storm Churns Through Philippines Toward China

Live Briefing: Typhoon Mangkhut: Deadly Storm Churns Through Philippines Toward China

Waving drivers away from a flooded Manila street on Saturday. Typhoon Mangkhut appeared to have done no major damage in the Philippine capital.
Welcome to the President’s Rat Pack, Paul Manafort

Welcome to the President’s Rat Pack, Paul Manafort

Paul Manafort after an arraignment hearing in March. On Friday, he agreed to cooperate with Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel.
Big City: Why the Left Couldn’t Take the Top of the Ticket in New York

Big City: Why the Left Couldn’t Take the Top of the Ticket in New York

Cynthia Nixon, watching Jumaane Williams concede the Democratic race for lieutenant governor. Ms. Nixon also lost her race, for governor, on Thursday.
The People’s Republic of Cruelty

The People’s Republic of Cruelty

Police officers patrol a night food market in Kashgar, in the Xinjiang Uighur region.

Typhoon Mangkhut Sweeps Through Philippines

Thousands of people in the Philippines have been evacuated from their homes to escape the deadly storm, which made landfall on the northern island of Luzon.
This Is Not the End of Trump

This Is Not the End of Trump

President Trump’s supporters are already looking to 2020.
Florence Is Blamed for at Least Five Deaths as It Roars Ashore in North Carolina

Florence Is Blamed for at Least Five Deaths as It Roars Ashore in North Carolina

Lee Casteen, 39, left, and Trey Hinton, 37, right, use a chainsaw to clear a tree knocked down during the storm in Wilmington, N.C.
Small Investors Are Prey, Again, for the Wolves of Wall Street

Small Investors Are Prey, Again, for the Wolves of Wall Street

Wall Street's excesses were supposed to be reined in by new rules passed after the 2008 financial crisis.
He Stopped at a Traffic Light in Queens. Moments Later, He Was Shot Dead.

He Stopped at a Traffic Light in Queens. Moments Later, He Was Shot Dead.

Nagamah Ram Narain, the mother of Jonathan Narain, was comforted by family members during a candlelight vigil on Friday for her son, who was shot dead in Queens on his way to work that morning.
Young Americans, What Do You Think About the Kavanaugh Confirmation?

Young Americans, What Do You Think About the Kavanaugh Confirmation?

Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court, on Sept. 6 at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Credit Crunch and the Great Recession (Wonkish)

The Credit Crunch and the Great Recession (Wonkish)

Ben Bernanke argues in a new paper that credit market disruption was the big story of the Great Recession.
The Insurgency Roared. But Andrew Cuomo Prevailed.

The Insurgency Roared. But Andrew Cuomo Prevailed.

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said his triumph was a testament to all that he had accomplished in his first two terms.
Manafort Folds. Now What?

Manafort Folds. Now What?

Paul Manafort, former campaign manager for Donald Trump, arriving at the Federal Courthouse in Washington last December.
Overwatch Bets Gaming Fans Will Cheer for the Home Team to Save the World

Overwatch Bets Gaming Fans Will Cheer for the Home Team to Save the World

Jill Cagaoan and other New York Excelsior supporters wore the team’s Overwatch League jerseys to a watch party at Waypoint Cafe in Manhattan in June.