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European Countries Recognize Guaidó as Venezuela’s Leader, Joining U.S.

European Countries Recognize Guaidó as Venezuela’s Leader, Joining U.S.

Juan Guaidó, the president of the Venezuelan National Assembly, center, at a rally in Caracas last month. The number of countries recognizing him as interim leader of the country continued to increase
Brooklyn Jail That Lacked Heat Faces a ‘Humanitarian Crisis,’ Lawsuit Claims

Brooklyn Jail That Lacked Heat Faces a ‘Humanitarian Crisis,’ Lawsuit Claims

Inmates banged on the grated windows at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn on Sunday as protesters gathered outside the jail.
It Took Chanel 9 Days and a Team of 150 to Build an Indoor Beach

It Took Chanel 9 Days and a Team of 150 to Build an Indoor Beach

On the last afternoon before the show, workers administer finishing touches, raking the sand and checking the lights and drone camera.
California Today: California Today: Lunar New Year in the Golden State

California Today: California Today: Lunar New Year in the Golden State

Shopping in Chinatown in Los Angeles ahead of the Lunar New Year.
Muslims Form Community Patrol. Some Neighbors Say No, Thanks.

Muslims Form Community Patrol. Some Neighbors Say No, Thanks.

Noor Rabah, vice president of Muslim Community Patrol & Services, outside the Police Department's 72nd Precinct, with a car the group intends to use to patrol neighborhoods in Brooklyn.
‘Unprecedented’ Floods in Australia Force Hundreds to Evacuate

‘Unprecedented’ Floods in Australia Force Hundreds to Evacuate

A woman posted this photo of a crocodile outside her father’s house in a Townsville suburb. “Cannot stress it enough stay out of the water,” she wrote on Facebook.
Australian Banks Overcharged Clients, Even After Some Died, Report Finds

Australian Banks Overcharged Clients, Even After Some Died, Report Finds

A Commonwealth Bank automatic teller machine in Sydney. Australia’s financial industry is concentrated among a handful of homegrown banks, leading to higher costs for consumers.
On Pro Football: No Kneeling During Super Bowl LIII National Anthem, but Still Plenty of Talk

On Pro Football: No Kneeling During Super Bowl LIII National Anthem, but Still Plenty of Talk

Representative John Lewis, left, and Ambassador Andrew Young were part of the pregame coin toss at midfield.
Rising Temperatures Could Melt Most Himalayan Glaciers by 2100, Report Finds

Rising Temperatures Could Melt Most Himalayan Glaciers by 2100, Report Finds

The Khumbu Glacier near Mount Everest in Nepal is one of the longest in the world.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: A Subway Killing, and New Worries About Crime

New York Today: N.Y. Today: A Subway Killing, and New Worries About Crime

After decades of falling crime rates, crime is ticking back up in the subway system.

Facebook Turns 15: A Friendship No One Asked For

An honest Facebook friendship anniversary video for Mark Zuckerberg.
Potato or Hand Grenade? A Rusty Bombshell at a Chip Factory

Potato or Hand Grenade? A Rusty Bombshell at a Chip Factory

A World War I-era German hand grenade that was found among a shipment of French potatoes bound for a factory in Hong Kong.
Ralph Northam, New England Patriots, El Salvador: Your Monday Briefing

Ralph Northam, New England Patriots, El Salvador: Your Monday Briefing

Julian Edelman, left, and Tom Brady after the Patriots’ Super Bowl victory on Sunday. Edelman, a wide receiver, was named the game’s most valuable player.
The New Health Care: Giant Strides in World Health, but It Could Be So Much Better

The New Health Care: Giant Strides in World Health, but It Could Be So Much Better

A school official taking a pupil’s temperature as school reopened in Lagos, Nigeria, in 2014 amid an Ebola epidemic. Nigeria’s successful containment of the outbreak was a public health success.
New York Tackled Subway Crime. But Is It Starting to Come Back?

New York Tackled Subway Crime. But Is It Starting to Come Back?

Crime in the subway rose last year, fueling a sense that the system is becoming less safe.