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Doctors Fleeing Syria for Germany Find Refuge, Hurdles and Delays

Doctors Fleeing Syria for Germany Find Refuge, Hurdles and Delays

Ayham Ebrahim, center, accompanying a doctor during rounds at the West Coast Clinic in Heide, Germany.
On Tennis: In the U.S. Open Final, a Comeback Season Meets a Breakthrough Season

On Tennis: In the U.S. Open Final, a Comeback Season Meets a Breakthrough Season

Naomi Osaka, 20, will play in her first Grand Slam final on Saturday against Serena Williams at the United States Open.
French McDonald’s Workers Win Court Ruling Against Restaurant’s Sale

French McDonald’s Workers Win Court Ruling Against Restaurant’s Sale

Employees at a Marseille McDonald’s said selling it to a Middle Eastern food operator was a risk to their jobs and their neighborhood. On Friday, a court agreed.
In Immigration Courts, It Is Judges vs. Justice Department

In Immigration Courts, It Is Judges vs. Justice Department

George Chew, left, and Peggy McManus are part of an unusually large group of New York immigration judges who have retired over the last 15 months.
Apple Removes Alex Jones’s Infowars From Its App Store

Apple Removes Alex Jones’s Infowars From Its App Store

Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist and host of Infowars, at a Senate hearing on Wednesday.
As Hearings End, Democrats Accuse Supreme Court Nominee of Dissembling

As Hearings End, Democrats Accuse Supreme Court Nominee of Dissembling

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
District Attorneys Dismantle Legacy of Tough Marijuana Enforcement

District Attorneys Dismantle Legacy of Tough Marijuana Enforcement

Cyrus R. Vance Jr., right, the Manhattan district attorney, is expected to announce next week that his office will vacate misdemeanor marijuana warrants dating to 1978.
Trilobites: New Antarctica Map Is Like ‘Putting on Glasses for the First Time and Seeing 20/20’

Trilobites: New Antarctica Map Is Like ‘Putting on Glasses for the First Time and Seeing 20/20’

The Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica in a new map made with satellites operated by a Department of Defense agency.
Trump’s Truly Terrible Time

Trump’s Truly Terrible Time

President Trump at a fund-raiser on Friday in North Dakota.
Steve Bannon’s ‘Movement’ Enlists Italy’s Most Powerful Politician

Steve Bannon’s ‘Movement’ Enlists Italy’s Most Powerful Politician

Italy’s Interior Minister, Matteo Salvini, is Steve Bannon’s first big get in his effort to bring about a continentwide populist takeover.
Mac Miller, Rapper Who Wrestled With Fame and Addiction, Dies at 26

Mac Miller, Rapper Who Wrestled With Fame and Addiction, Dies at 26

Mac Miller, 26, released five albums. He was found dead on Friday in his California home.
College Football’s Craziest Weekend Arrives

College Football’s Craziest Weekend Arrives

Members of the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders celebrated during their victory over Syracuse in Week 2 last season.
Del Potro Reaches U.S. Open Final as Nadal Retires With a Knee Injury

Del Potro Reaches U.S. Open Final as Nadal Retires With a Knee Injury

A wince on the face of Rafael Nadal presaged an early end to his semifinal match with Juan Martín del Potro.
Alibaba’s Jack Ma, China’s Richest Man, to Retire From Company He Co-Founded

Alibaba’s Jack Ma, China’s Richest Man, to Retire From Company He Co-Founded

Jack Ma, co-founder and executive chairman of Alibaba, is stepping down at a time when the Chinese business environment has soured.