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A Year After Hurricane Harvey, Houston’s Poorest Neighborhoods Are Slowest to Recover

A Year After Hurricane Harvey, Houston’s Poorest Neighborhoods Are Slowest to Recover

The home of Monika Houston, 42, remains untouched after being gutted following Hurricane Harvey.
Myanmar Sentences Reuters Journalists to 7 Years in Prison

Myanmar Sentences Reuters Journalists to 7 Years in Prison

The Reuters journalist Wa Lone after his sentencing in Yangon, Myanmar, on Monday.
Brazil Museum Fire Threatens Hundreds of Years of History

Brazil Museum Fire Threatens Hundreds of Years of History

Firefighters battling a blaze on Sunday at the 200-year-old National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro.
Advertising: Tricky Ads From a Vitamin Company That Talks Up Openness

Advertising: Tricky Ads From a Vitamin Company That Talks Up Openness

Katerina Schneider, the chief executive of Ritual, speaking at a TechCrunch conference in 2016.
A Coveted Lawyer’s Juggling Act May Be Good, and Bad, for Trump

A Coveted Lawyer’s Juggling Act May Be Good, and Bad, for Trump

The lawyer William Burck is at the center of the two biggest dramas in the nation’s capital.
Defending Pope Francis, Vatican Allies May Strengthen Viganò’s Hand

Defending Pope Francis, Vatican Allies May Strengthen Viganò’s Hand

St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. Tensions have been high in the Vatican as Pope Francis finds himself under siege from conservatives in the church.
Was That Serena Williams in the Hotel Room Next to Mine?

Was That Serena Williams in the Hotel Room Next to Mine?

The tennis player Garbiñe Muguruza, arriving at the Pierre hotel on Friday. The day before, she had posted a photo on her Instagram account, calling it her “home.”
In Idlib, Final Offensive in Syrian War May Come at Horrific Cost

In Idlib, Final Offensive in Syrian War May Come at Horrific Cost

Syrian rebel fighters preparing last week in anticipation of an attack by government forces on Idlib Province.
Companies Say Trump Is Hurting Business by Limiting Legal Immigration

Companies Say Trump Is Hurting Business by Limiting Legal Immigration

Rob Hurst, manager of Edgartown Commons on Martha’s Vineyard, has had to scrub bathrooms this summer because five Jamaican workers who had long worked at the hotel couldn’t get visas.
How Brett Kavanaugh Would Transform the Supreme Court

How Brett Kavanaugh Would Transform the Supreme Court

If confirmed as a Supreme Court justice, Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh would swing the court sharply to the right.
Serena Williams Loses a Set but Surges to a Win in the U.S. Open

Serena Williams Loses a Set but Surges to a Win in the U.S. Open

Serena Williams needed three sets to dispatch Kaia Kanepi in the fourth round at the United States Open on Sunday.
Reputed MS-13 Gang Member Charged With Raping 11-Year-Old Brooklyn Girl

Reputed MS-13 Gang Member Charged With Raping 11-Year-Old Brooklyn Girl

Julio Ayala, 18, appeared in Brooklyn Criminal Court on Sunday on charges of raping an 11-year-old girl.
Germany Dispatch: A Swastika on a Church Bell: A Village Splits on How to Confront Nazi Past

Germany Dispatch: A Swastika on a Church Bell: A Village Splits on How to Confront Nazi Past

Pastor Helmut Meinhardt says a debate over a bell in his church that is inscribed with a swastika has become somewhat hysterical.
Federal Workers Brace for New Push on Trump Anti-Labor Goals

Federal Workers Brace for New Push on Trump Anti-Labor Goals

A Social Security Administration office in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan. Union officials say labor relations at the agency, already confrontational, have at times been poisonous since
Writing the Unions’ ‘Fight-or-Die Survival Chapter’

Writing the Unions’ ‘Fight-or-Die Survival Chapter’

Riot police trying to prevent protesters from blocking an entrance to the mall at 1st and D Streets in Washington, D.C.
On Fire Island Ferries, Aging Mariners Seek Successors

On Fire Island Ferries, Aging Mariners Seek Successors

Capt. Ernie Villing watched with Dylan Molnar, an 18-year-old deckhand with Fire Island Ferries, as passengers and luggage filled the Fire Island Belle in August.