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How Photography Exploits the Vulnerable

How Photography Exploits the Vulnerable

Kelly Culbert, left, an outreach worker hugging Jackie, her longtime friend, at a syringe exchange site in the Bronx .
California Lawmakers Pass Nation’s Toughest Net Neutrality Law

California Lawmakers Pass Nation’s Toughest Net Neutrality Law

The Capitol in Sacramento, where the Legislature on Friday passed guarantees of equal internet access that are viewed as even stronger than federal rules that were overturned in December.
McCain and a Requiem for the American Century

McCain and a Requiem for the American Century

Flags in Washington at half mast in honor of Senator John McCain.
Vultures! Elections! It’s September!

Vultures! Elections! It’s September!

Representative Kevin Cramer with President Trump at a Make America Great Again rally in North Dakota in June.
Toxic Dust Still Threatens Housing Authority Residents, U.S. Says

Toxic Dust Still Threatens Housing Authority Residents, U.S. Says

Maintenance failures and mismanagement exposed residents of public housing to health hazards, prosecutors found.
University of North Carolina Chancellor Explores New Spot for ‘Silent Sam’

University of North Carolina Chancellor Explores New Spot for ‘Silent Sam’

Protesters faced off on Thursday near the site where the “Silent Sam” statue used to stand at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The statute was toppled by demonstrators on Aug. 20.
Ivan Lendl Defeated the Father. He Now Helps Guide the Son.

Ivan Lendl Defeated the Father. He Now Helps Guide the Son.

Alexander Zverev of Germany defeated Nicolas Mahut on Thursday at the United States Open.
The Village Voice, a New York Icon, Closes

The Village Voice, a New York Icon, Closes

The storied independent publication, which made its debut in 1955, dropped its print edition in 2015 and has not had an editor since May.
Trump to Skip Meetings in Asia as He Keeps a Distance With Allies

Trump to Skip Meetings in Asia as He Keeps a Distance With Allies

The White House announced on Friday that President Trump would not travel to Asia for economic and security meetings with allies this fall.
The Prison Escape That Riveted the Nation: 5 Things We Learned From an Inquiry Into How It Happened

The Prison Escape That Riveted the Nation: 5 Things We Learned From an Inquiry Into How It Happened

David Sweat, left, and Richard Matt took advantage of lax security to plot their escape from Clinton Correctional Facility, using power tools to drill out of their adjoining cells.
U.S. Open 2018 Results: Serena Is ‘Untouchable’ in Beating Venus

U.S. Open 2018 Results: Serena Is ‘Untouchable’ in Beating Venus

Serena Williams defeated her sister Venus in the third round of the U.S. Open.
A Vengeful and Shortsighted Act

A Vengeful and Shortsighted Act

Palestinians waiting to cross the border to Egypt in May.
On Washington: A Rare Moment of Unity, in Celebration of John McCain

On Washington: A Rare Moment of Unity, in Celebration of John McCain

Senators Richard J. Durbin, left, a Democrat, and Orrin G. Hatch, a Republican, at the memorial service for Senator John McCain at the United States Capitol on Friday.
Memorable Moments From Aretha Franklin’s Funeral

Memorable Moments From Aretha Franklin’s Funeral

Ariana Grande performing at Aretha Franklin’s funeral.
Federal Judge in Texas Delivers Unexpected Victory for DACA Program

Federal Judge in Texas Delivers Unexpected Victory for DACA Program

Protesters marched in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in New York last year.
Even at Her Funeral Celebrations, Aretha Franklin Was the Height of Glamour

Even at Her Funeral Celebrations, Aretha Franklin Was the Height of Glamour

A program from Aretha Franklin's funeral service, which was held at the Greater Grace Temple in Detroit.
Got Milk? Or Was That Really a Plant Beverage?

Got Milk? Or Was That Really a Plant Beverage?

Consumption of plant-based milks has risen fast, while sales of cow’s milk, top, have fallen. Some alternative milks are made with, from bottom, quinoa, almonds and soy.
Iraq’s Forgotten Casualties: Children Orphaned in Battle With ISIS

Iraq’s Forgotten Casualties: Children Orphaned in Battle With ISIS

Muhammad, 10, says Islamic State fighters killed his father and seized his mother. In Mosul alone, 13,000 children were orphaned.