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California Today: San Diego’s Power Move: City Takes on Utility Over Green Energy

California Today: San Diego’s Power Move: City Takes on Utility Over Green Energy

More than 160 cities, towns and counties in California currently take part in programs that offer alternatives to an investor-owned utility.
Pipe Bombs Investigation Turns Toward Florida as More Trump Critics Are Targeted

Pipe Bombs Investigation Turns Toward Florida as More Trump Critics Are Targeted

Police officers in the TriBeCa neighborhood of Manhattan, where a pipe bomb addressed to the actor Robert De Niro was found on Thursday.
Saudi Arabia, in Reversal, Suggests Khashoggi’s Killing Was Premeditated

Saudi Arabia, in Reversal, Suggests Khashoggi’s Killing Was Premeditated

The announcement that the dissident writer’s death may have been planned was the latest shift in the kingdom’s official account of what happened.
China Mocks Report It Tapped Trump’s iPhone (and Plugs Its Own Competitor)

China Mocks Report It Tapped Trump’s iPhone (and Plugs Its Own Competitor)

According to current and former administration officials, President Trump has continued to use his personal cellphone to make calls.
Playing the Long Game for the Supreme Court

Playing the Long Game for the Supreme Court

Judge Robert Bork at his confirmation hearing in 1987.
New York Today: New York Today: What We Know About the Mail Bombs

New York Today: New York Today: What We Know About the Mail Bombs

Outside of the Time Warner building in Manhattan on Wednesday.
The Gender War, 2018 Edition

The Gender War, 2018 Edition

Protesters in the elevator in the Dirksen Senate Building on the day Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford testified before the Senate Judicial Committee.
Alex Honnold, a Soul Freed in ‘Free Solo’

Alex Honnold, a Soul Freed in ‘Free Solo’

Alex Honnold peering over the edge of Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park. He had just climbed 2,000 feet from the valley floor, as shown in the film “Free Solo.”
Pipe Bombs, Stock Market, Megyn Kelly: Your Thursday Briefing

Pipe Bombs, Stock Market, Megyn Kelly: Your Thursday Briefing

An explosive device was sent to the CNN offices in New York on Wednesday. Media outlets were especially vigilant after the bomb scares.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Criticizes Trump’s Response to Attempted Bombings

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Criticizes Trump’s Response to Attempted Bombings

Stephen Colbert criticized President Trump for retweeting Vice President Mike Pence, rather than writing a message of his own.
Pakistan Tries a New Way to Pay for a Dam: Crowdsourcing

Pakistan Tries a New Way to Pay for a Dam: Crowdsourcing

The area in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, where the Diamer-Bhasha Dam would be built over the Indus River. The government is asking Pakistanis at home and abroad to help fund the project.
A Black Senate Candidate Stumps in Mississippi, but His Party Holds Him Back

A Black Senate Candidate Stumps in Mississippi, but His Party Holds Him Back

Mike Espy, right, a former Democratic congressman and Clinton administration official, campaigning in Greenville, Miss.
Maya Lin Captures the Hudson’s Beauty and Power

Maya Lin Captures the Hudson’s Beauty and Power

A detail from Maya Lin’s “Folding the Hudson.”
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Singapore

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Singapore

Haji Lane, a shopping street in the Kampong Glam neighborhood, the cultural heart of the Muslim community in Singapore.
Apple News’s Radical Approach: Humans Over Machines

Apple News’s Radical Approach: Humans Over Machines

Lauren Kern, the editor in chief of Apple News, at a story meeting. The former magazine journalist has quietly become one of the most powerful figures in English-language media.
Can There Really Be Two Moms?

Can There Really Be Two Moms?

The author with her wife, Sabrina Weiss, and their daughter, Marty, near their Brooklyn home last weekend.