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In Syria, an Ugly Peace Is Better Than More War

In Syria, an Ugly Peace Is Better Than More War

A Syrian flag flying in a rubble strewn street during a flag raising ceremony at the entrance of the Hajar al-Aswad neighborhood on the southern outskirts of the capital Damascus in May, after the
Australia’s Political Brawl Has Another Winner: A Popcorn Seller in Texas

Australia’s Political Brawl Has Another Winner: A Popcorn Seller in Texas

Peter Dutton — not the Australian politician — selling his wares at a farmers’ market in Austin, Tex. “It’s been nothing but love,” he said of his sudden Twitter fame in Australia.
At the U.S. Open, It’s What You Wear

At the U.S. Open, It’s What You Wear

For almost two decades, Serena Williams has delivered memorable U.S. Open style ranging from a short denim skirt in 2004 to eye-catching leopard prints in 2014 and a skin-tight Lycra bodysuit in 2004.
Waging War From a Hotel Basement: Colombian Rebels Offer Hostages and Ask for Talks

Waging War From a Hotel Basement: Colombian Rebels Offer Hostages and Ask for Talks

Members of the National Liberation Army on the San Juan River in Colombia last year. Its activities are a reminder that the country’s long civil war is far from over.
America’s Never-Ending Culture War

America’s Never-Ending Culture War

Police and demonstrators clash near the Conrad Hilton Hotel on Michigan Avenue in Chicago on Aug. 28, 1968, during the Democratic National Convention.
For Female Candidates, Harassment and Threats Come Every Day

For Female Candidates, Harassment and Threats Come Every Day

Erin Schrode, 27, faced harassment during a congressional race in 2016. Threats continue to this day, she said.
A Truckload of Nike Shoes, Left as ‘Bait,’ Stings Chicago

A Truckload of Nike Shoes, Left as ‘Bait,’ Stings Chicago

Train tracks near where a tractor-trailer filled with Nikes was left in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago.
The New High-Rent Districts

The New High-Rent Districts

Matt Tenero and Gretchen Ward moved into a rent-stabilized apartment by the southern edge of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, three years ago, paying $1,900 a month. Now they are alarmed to see nearby
Personal Journeys: In South Africa, Whale Watching Is a Waiting Game (With Penguins)

Personal Journeys: In South Africa, Whale Watching Is a Waiting Game (With Penguins)

Tourists get close to a group of whales during a whale watching tours operated by Hermanus Whale Cruises. Hermanus
E.P.A. Rule Change Could Let Dirtiest Coal Plants Keep Running (and Stay Dirty)

E.P.A. Rule Change Could Let Dirtiest Coal Plants Keep Running (and Stay Dirty)

The Brandon Shores power plant in Maryland spent hundreds of millions to install pollution-control systems. A new Trump administration proposal would let some older coal plants skip such upgrades.
Nonfiction: A Palestinian Responds to His Israeli Neighbor

Nonfiction: A Palestinian Responds to His Israeli Neighbor

A woman looks out at the Palestinian village of Al-Z’aim, and beyond that Maale Adumim, an Israeli settlement on the eastern outskirts of Jerusalem.

‘Where’s Your Husband?’ What Female Candidates Hear on the Trail

The number of women running for office is surging. But for many, harassment and discrimination is a persistent reality. We spoke with six female candidates about how they have persevered.
The Stone: The Metamorphosis of the Western Soul

The Stone: The Metamorphosis of the Western Soul

Visitors observing the shark tank at the New York Aquarium this month.
White House Criticizes China Over El Salvador Recognition

White House Criticizes China Over El Salvador Recognition

El Salvador’s acting foreign minister, Carlos Castaneda, left, and his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, at a ceremony in Beijing Tuesday to mark the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two
What Will the Future Be Like? These Objects Help Us Imagine

What Will the Future Be Like? These Objects Help Us Imagine

“The Future Starts Here,” at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, presents objects and artworks that help viewers imagine possible futures and examine the complexities of modern life.
On Comedy: This May Be the Most Polarizing Comedy Special of the Year

On Comedy: This May Be the Most Polarizing Comedy Special of the Year

A scene from the new special “Drew Michael.” There’s no audience to play off.
Alibaba Had a Bright Quarter, Despite Clouds Over China’s Economy

Alibaba Had a Bright Quarter, Despite Clouds Over China’s Economy

The Alibaba Group’s headquarters in Hangzhou, China. Its sales rose more than 60 percent in the latest quarter compared with a year ago.