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At War With Russia in East, Ukraine Has Worries in the West, Too

At War With Russia in East, Ukraine Has Worries in the West, Too

The Hungarian State Opera performing in Berehove, Ukraine. The audience stood mute during the Ukrainian national anthem and then burst into boisterous song for the anthem of Hungary.
Red Sox 5, Yankees 4 | Boston leads series, 1-0: The Red Sox Pounce. The Yankees Peck. The Red Sox Win.

Red Sox 5, Yankees 4 | Boston leads series, 1-0: The Red Sox Pounce. The Yankees Peck. The Red Sox Win.

Yankees starter J.A. Happ departed Game 1 on Friday night after retiring only six Red Sox hitters and surrendering a three-run homer to J.D. Martinez.
Treason Trial for Pakistani Journalist Signals New Pressure on Media

Treason Trial for Pakistani Journalist Signals New Pressure on Media

The Dawn newsroom in Karachi, Pakistan. Cyril Almeida, a columnist for the newspaper, has been summoned to appear before the High Court in Lahore on accusations of treason.
Vows: To Win a Supermodel’s Hand, 4 Goats and a Cola Nut

Vows: To Win a Supermodel’s Hand, 4 Goats and a Cola Nut

Georgette Badiel and Chidegar Liberty were married Sept. 8 at the First Corinthians Baptist Church in Harlem.
Of Demagogues and Pedagogues

Of Demagogues and Pedagogues

Iván Duque, president of Colombia, taking the oath of office in August.
Bitter Tenor of Senate Reflects a Nation at Odds With Itself

Bitter Tenor of Senate Reflects a Nation at Odds With Itself

Demonstrators in Washington protested Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court outside the Capitol on Friday.
What It All Meant

What It All Meant

Protesters demonstrating on Capitol Hill against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
F.B.I. Review of Kavanaugh Was Limited From the Start

F.B.I. Review of Kavanaugh Was Limited From the Start

President Trump consulted Donald F. McGahn II, the White House counsel, on the F.B.I. investigation into sexual assault allegations against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh.
Ford, an Automaker at a Crossroads, Seeks Cuts and Partners

Ford, an Automaker at a Crossroads, Seeks Cuts and Partners

An F-150 pickup truck on the assembly line at Ford’s Rouge complex in Dearborn, Mich. The automaker’s bottom line is weakening despite record sales of its pickups and sport utility vehicles.
News Analysis: After Lots of Bluster, Trump Has a Week to Brag About

News Analysis: After Lots of Bluster, Trump Has a Week to Brag About

The week’s triumphs give President Trump a fresh narrative to take on the campaign trail.
Susan Collins, Standing Alone, Makes Her Case for Kavanaugh

Susan Collins, Standing Alone, Makes Her Case for Kavanaugh

Television screens showed Senator Susan Collins speaking on the Senate floor.
Robert Pinsky: Patriotism for an Age of Unreason

Robert Pinsky: Patriotism for an Age of Unreason

Peter W. Rodino Jr., a Democratic representative from New Jersey, in his office on Capitol Hill in 1988.
HPV Vaccine Expanded for People Ages 27 to 45

HPV Vaccine Expanded for People Ages 27 to 45

About 14 million women and men become infected with the human papillomavirus each year in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Big City: Brooklyn Heights Is Fighting Robert Moses Again

Big City: Brooklyn Heights Is Fighting Robert Moses Again

There are several ways to repair the B.Q.E. where it runs under Brooklyn Heights. No one likes any of them.

Read Susan Collins’s Speech Declaring Support for Brett Kavanaugh

Senator Susan Collins of Maine, a key Republican vote, said that “my fervent hope is that Brett Kavanaugh will work to lessen the divisions in the Supreme Court.”
Tears, Fury or Action: How Do You Express Anger?

Tears, Fury or Action: How Do You Express Anger?

Protesters opposing Brett Kavanaugh marched around the U.S. Capitol on Sept. 27.