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When Your Child’s Bogeyman Is Real

She never told her son about what happened in their small town. After Parkland, he has trouble in public spaces. She wonders, will he ever escape his fear?
Lens: Growing Old Amid Shelling and Frostbite in Ukraine

Lens: Growing Old Amid Shelling and Frostbite in Ukraine

Varvara Arkhipovna, 81, lives alone on a small pension in Katerinovka, Ukraine. Her village in the Luhansk region is exposed to sniper fire.
Grace Notes: One Preservationist’s Quest to Find Where a Wall in a Landmark Building Went

Grace Notes: One Preservationist’s Quest to Find Where a Wall in a Landmark Building Went

The exterior of the building at 510 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, which once housed a bank branch of the Manufacturers Trust Company.
Across New Jersey, the Friday Night Lights Grow Dimmer

Across New Jersey, the Friday Night Lights Grow Dimmer

Metuchen High School once had a storied football program. Now it struggles to fill its roster.
How Saudi Arabia Wins Friends

How Saudi Arabia Wins Friends

Attendees listen attentively to Mohammed Bin Salman Crown Prince of Saudi on stage and on screen, at the Future Investment Initiative conference in Riyadh on Wednesday.
On Baseball: Relentless and Resilient Red Sox Cap a Record-Breaking Season

On Baseball: Relentless and Resilient Red Sox Cap a Record-Breaking Season

Steve Pearce after hitting his second home run of the night on Sunday. Pearce was named World Series M.V.P.
Red Sox 5, Dodgers 1 | Boston wins series, 4-1: World Series: Red Sox, Unhittable and Unstoppable, Win It All, Beating Dodgers

Red Sox 5, Dodgers 1 | Boston wins series, 4-1: World Series: Red Sox, Unhittable and Unstoppable, Win It All, Beating Dodgers

Christian Vazquez jumped into Chris Sale’s arms after the the Red Sox secured the World Series title on Sunday night.
‘America to Me’: What Did the Students Think?

‘America to Me’: What Did the Students Think?

From left, Caroline Robling-Griest, Ke’Shawn Kumsa and Jada Buford were among the Chicago high school students followed in the Starz docu-series “America to Me.”
24 Years Later, Woman Who Was Maligned After Rape Gets Apology From Police Commissioner

24 Years Later, Woman Who Was Maligned After Rape Gets Apology From Police Commissioner

New York’s police commissioner, James P. O’Neill, apologized to the victim of a 1994 rape in Prospect Park, whose story investigators doubted. Earlier this year the rapist was identified through DNA.
On Soccer: Dread, Then Grief, Engulfs Leicester After Owner’s Helicopter Crash

On Soccer: Dread, Then Grief, Engulfs Leicester After Owner’s Helicopter Crash

A tribute to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the Leicester City owner who died on Saturday, outside the team’s stadium on Sunday.
News Analysis: For Trump, Dutiful Words of Grief, Then Off to the Next Fight

News Analysis: For Trump, Dutiful Words of Grief, Then Off to the Next Fight

President Trump has made clear he does not see national harmony as his mission.
Back at Georgetown Prep, Kavanaugh Is Hailed as a Hero

Back at Georgetown Prep, Kavanaugh Is Hailed as a Hero

Wearing a red cap, Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, the newest member of the Supreme Court, joined members of the football team at his alma mater, Georgetown Prep, on Saturday.