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In a Transylvania Town, Bears and Humans Collide at the Dumpster

In a Transylvania Town, Bears and Humans Collide at the Dumpster

The brown bear population in Romania is now more than 6,000. Bear-spotting has become a popular pastime and tourist attraction.
Tear Gas and Water Cannons in Paris as Grass-Roots Protest Takes Aim at Macron

Tear Gas and Water Cannons in Paris as Grass-Roots Protest Takes Aim at Macron

Protesters on the Champs-Élysées on Saturday, wearing the yellow safety jackets French motorists are obliged to carry. It was the second weekend of loosely organized protests initially sparked by a
The Website That Shows How a Free Press Can Die

The Website That Shows How a Free Press Can Die

From the beginning of his premiership in 2010, Viktor Orban has steadily eroded the checks and balances in Hungary’s once-promising democracy, especially the independent media.
On Soccer: In Buenos Aires, a Rivalry Stretches Passions to the Limit

On Soccer: In Buenos Aires, a Rivalry Stretches Passions to the Limit

Boca Juniors fans jammed their team's stadium, La Bombonera, for an open practice on Thursday.
Poisoned Wildlife and Tainted Meat: Why Hunters Are Moving Away From Lead Bullets

Poisoned Wildlife and Tainted Meat: Why Hunters Are Moving Away From Lead Bullets

Chelsea Cassens during an elk hunt at The Nature Conservancy’s Zumwalt Prairie Preserve in Oregon.
FIFA Considering Proposal to Stage World Cup Every Two Years

FIFA Considering Proposal to Stage World Cup Every Two Years

Alejandro Dominguez, the president of Conmebol, said holding the World Cup every two years would allow more players to take part in it.
North and South Korea Get U.N.’s Go-Ahead to Study Joint Rail Project

North and South Korea Get U.N.’s Go-Ahead to Study Joint Rail Project

A South Korean rail station near the North Korean border. The United Nations Security Council has given the green light to a joint field study of the South’s proposal to connect the Koreas’ rail
The Saturday Profile: The Woman Putting Australia Into Space

The Saturday Profile: The Woman Putting Australia Into Space

“It’s so exciting,” says Megan Clark, the first chief executive of the the Australian Space Agency, which launched in July. “When you’ve got this little team, and you’ve got this opportunity, it’s
Bob McNair, Energy Mogul Who Brought the N.F.L. Back to Houston, Dies at 81

Bob McNair, Energy Mogul Who Brought the N.F.L. Back to Houston, Dies at 81

Bob McNair, the owner of the Houston Texans, in 2016. He paid a record $700 million for the expansion franchise, which returned professional football to Houston.
For Some in Hong Kong, New Bridge Has a Downside: ‘That Kind of Tourist’

For Some in Hong Kong, New Bridge Has a Downside: ‘That Kind of Tourist’

Tourists from mainland China in the Hong Kong suburb of Tung Chung this month. Residents there say the crowds have been overwhelming since a huge new bridge opened.
Houthi Rebels Ready to Negotiate Control of Key Yemen Port, U.N. Envoy Says

Houthi Rebels Ready to Negotiate Control of Key Yemen Port, U.N. Envoy Says

A truck with a wounded Yemeni fighter with the Saudi-led coalition arrived last month at a field hospital in Durayhimi, south of the port city of Hudaydah.
Activist Who Used Humor to Highlight War Is Gunned Down in Syria

Activist Who Used Humor to Highlight War Is Gunned Down in Syria

Mourners at the funeral of an anti-government activist, Raed Fares, and his friend, Hammoud al-Jneid, who were shot dead by unidentified gunmen on Friday, Mr. Fares’s friends said.
What’s New in the Latest U.S. Climate Assessment

What’s New in the Latest U.S. Climate Assessment

A volunteer helping flood victims in Wilmington, N.C., in September.
When the L Train Shuts Down, Will the Williamsburg Bridge Come to the Rescue?

When the L Train Shuts Down, Will the Williamsburg Bridge Come to the Rescue?

The century-old Williamsburg Bridge stretches across the East River, carrying eight lanes of traffic; pedestrian and bike paths; and the J, M and Z lines.
Trump Asks Supreme Court for Fast Appeal on Transgender Military Ban

Trump Asks Supreme Court for Fast Appeal on Transgender Military Ban

Solicitor General Noel J. Francisco told the Supreme Court that prompt action was required to ensure that it could rule on the Trump administration’s ban on transgender military service before its
Haitians Furious at Their Government Protest in a Week of Unrest

Haitians Furious at Their Government Protest in a Week of Unrest

Haitians marching on Friday in Port-au-Prince, the capital, against graft, economic misery and their government’s failures.
Sunday Routine: How Gherardo Guarducci, Restaurateur, Spends His Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Gherardo Guarducci, Restaurateur, Spends His Sundays

“I make coffee in a Moka pot on my stovetop,” Mr. Guarducci said. “It’s how I grew up having it in Italy, and the sound and the scent that comes from the Moka is very familial to me.”
A Winter-Coat Heavyweight Gives Trump’s Trade War the Cold Shoulder

A Winter-Coat Heavyweight Gives Trump’s Trade War the Cold Shoulder

An employee at Columbia Sportswear headquarters in Portland, Ore., uses a planimeter, a tool to measure the two-dimensional area of each material visible on the external surface area of a shoe. Such