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Planning to Vote in the November Election? Why Most Americans Probably Won’t

Planning to Vote in the November Election? Why Most Americans Probably Won’t

Lula Hill at the hotel she owns in Madison, W.Va. She said she has grown disillusioned with politicians and no longer votes.
Overlooked No More: Minnie Mae Freeman Penney, Nebraska’s ‘Fearless Maid’

Overlooked No More: Minnie Mae Freeman Penney, Nebraska’s ‘Fearless Maid’

Minnie Freeman's dramatic rescue of her students in an 1888 blizzard became the subject of a song, a mural and an episode of the television series "The Folklorist."
The Trump Circus

The Trump Circus

A Trump rally on Monday in Johnson City, Tenn.
Oh No, Trump Is Buzzing!

Oh No, Trump Is Buzzing!

President Trump in the eye of the hurricane.
Three Questions for Judge Kavanaugh

Three Questions for Judge Kavanaugh

After his latest testimony, Judge Brett Kavanaugh faced more questions about his behavior as a young adult and at his confirmation hearing.
Tech We’re Using: Setting Up Your Tech on the Assumption You’ll Be Hacked

Tech We’re Using: Setting Up Your Tech on the Assumption You’ll Be Hacked

Sheera Frenkel, a technology reporter, keeps her professional and personal work on separate laptops so that any potential hack can be contained.
They Thought It Was a Shooting. The Real Danger Was Mass Panic.

They Thought It Was a Shooting. The Real Danger Was Mass Panic.

Panic spread through the crowd gathered for the Global Citizen Festival in Central Park on Sept. 29 after people scattering away from a fight stepped on empty water bottles, causing loud popping
Neighborhood Joint: Why Customers Are Trekking to This Microbrewery in Queens

Neighborhood Joint: Why Customers Are Trekking to This Microbrewery in Queens

SingleCut opens its taproom to the public on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, serving ales, lagers, pilsners and I.P.A.s while a D.J. spins vintage vinyl.
The New New World: Private Businesses Built Modern China. Now the Government Is Pushing Back.

The New New World: Private Businesses Built Modern China. Now the Government Is Pushing Back.

Beijing’s permissiveness with private businesses has ebbed and flowed over the years, and some in China say that longstanding tension between authoritarianism and the free market has reached a
Police Use Fitbit Data to Charge 90-Year-Old Man in Stepdaughter’s Killing

Police Use Fitbit Data to Charge 90-Year-Old Man in Stepdaughter’s Killing

Anthony Aiello, 90, has been charged with murder in the death of his stepdaughter in San Jose, Calif., the police said.
Bernie Sanders to Discuss the Midterms and What’s at Stake for Students

Bernie Sanders to Discuss the Midterms and What’s at Stake for Students

Senator Bernie Sanders, independent of Vermont, at a town hall meeting in Washington in May. He will talk with a reporter for The New York Times about the midterm elections at a live event on
Review: In ‘The Hate U Give,’ a Police Shooting Forces a Teen to Find Her Voice

Review: In ‘The Hate U Give,’ a Police Shooting Forces a Teen to Find Her Voice

Amandla Stenberg in the film adaptation of Angie Thomas’s best-selling book, “The Hate U Give.”
Melania Trump, in Africa (and Far From Washington), Seems at Ease

Melania Trump, in Africa (and Far From Washington), Seems at Ease

Mrs. Trump walking at the Cape Coast Castle with Kwesi Essel-Blankson, a museum educator, on Wednesday. The castle was a hub of the slave trade.
‘A Star Is Born’ Is Born Again. Let Us Pray.

‘A Star Is Born’ Is Born Again. Let Us Pray.

The 1954 version of "A Star Is Born" starred James Mason and Judy Garland.
The Red Cat, a Pioneering Chelsea Restaurant, Will Close

The Red Cat, a Pioneering Chelsea Restaurant, Will Close

Jimmy Bradley, the chef of the Red Cat, which he opened in 1999.
For Canada and U.S., ‘That Relationship Is Gone’ After Bitter Nafta Talks

For Canada and U.S., ‘That Relationship Is Gone’ After Bitter Nafta Talks

President Trump with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada at the Group of 7 summit meeting in Quebec in June.
Leon Lederman, 96, Explorer (and Explainer) of the Subatomic World, Dies

Leon Lederman, 96, Explorer (and Explainer) of the Subatomic World, Dies

Leon Lederman in an undated photo. He was determined to spread the word about the importance of the science he loved.