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Saudi Arabia Says Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed in Consulate Fight

Saudi Arabia Says Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed in Consulate Fight

The kingdom’s public prosecutor said Mr. Khashoggi died after an argument and fistfight inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
Shirin Aliabadi, Iranian Artist With a Focus on Women, Dies at 45

Shirin Aliabadi, Iranian Artist With a Focus on Women, Dies at 45

From Shirin Aliabadi’s “Miss Hybrid” series (2008). The bandaged nose denotes plastic surgery, a status symbol among women in Iran.
Cuomo, Called a Chicken, Says ‘I Will Be Here’ for Debate. He Has Caveats.

Cuomo, Called a Chicken, Says ‘I Will Be Here’ for Debate. He Has Caveats.

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, shown last month, said he was willing to debate his Republican opponent, Marcus J. Molinaro. “You want to call me tomorrow, I will be here,” Mr. Cuomo said during an interview
Three Internet Trolls Convicted of Systematic Defamation Against Journalist in Finland

Three Internet Trolls Convicted of Systematic Defamation Against Journalist in Finland

Jessika Aro, a Finnish journalist, filed a complaint with the police in Helsinki in early 2016 over what she said was a campaign of online persecution.
Disinformation Spreads on WhatsApp Ahead of Brazilian Election

Disinformation Spreads on WhatsApp Ahead of Brazilian Election

Fernando Haddad, Brazil’s presidential candidate for the Workers Party. Political messages on WhatsApp have targeted voters ahead of Brazil’s fiercely contested presidential election.
Harvard’s Admissions Process, Once Secret, Is Unveiled in Affirmative Action Trial

Harvard’s Admissions Process, Once Secret, Is Unveiled in Affirmative Action Trial

A trial examining whether Harvard University discriminates against Asian-American applicants has revealed a number of secrets about its admissions process.
C.E.O.s May Avoid Riyadh Conference but Not Saudi Money

C.E.O.s May Avoid Riyadh Conference but Not Saudi Money

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia, second from left in the foreground, receiving a briefing at Lockheed Martin in San Francisco in April.

Climate Change Is No Joking Matter. Except, This Week, It Was.

Global warming made the rounds on the late-night comedy shows this week. It was funny, but do jokes blunt the message that climate change is a threat? Hardly, experts say.
Three Florida Police Officers Are Sent to Prison for False Arrests

Three Florida Police Officers Are Sent to Prison for False Arrests

Guillermo Ravelo, a former police officer in Biscayne Park, Fla., was sentenced to 27 months in prison.
City Kitchen: Finding a Better Bratwurst

City Kitchen: Finding a Better Bratwurst

Savory onions and apples fried in butter add autumn flavors to this sausage dish.
With a Hollywood Stunt, Cuomo Tries to Push Trump on Rail Tunnel

With a Hollywood Stunt, Cuomo Tries to Push Trump on Rail Tunnel

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo led a trip into one of the rail tunnels under the Hudson River to gather evidence of the need to replace them. He brought along a film crew.
In Liberal San Francisco, Tech Leaders Brawl Over Tax Proposal to Aid Homeless

In Liberal San Francisco, Tech Leaders Brawl Over Tax Proposal to Aid Homeless

Jack Dorsey, chief executive of Twitter and Square, is among the technology executives who have been fiercely opposed to a Nov. 6 ballot measure that would impose a new tax on companies.
‘Gold Mine’: Why New Jersey Is Suddenly Challenging Nevada as a Sports Betting Hub

‘Gold Mine’: Why New Jersey Is Suddenly Challenging Nevada as a Sports Betting Hub

The bar scene at the FanDuel Sportsbook at Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford, N.J., on a recent Sunday. Legalized sports betting in the state, which was introduced in June, has gotten off to a
Charge of Treason Escalates Tensions in Close Arizona Senate Race

Charge of Treason Escalates Tensions in Close Arizona Senate Race

Martha McSally spoke at a roundtable on veterans’ issues on Thursday in Prescott, Ariz.
Critic’s Pick: Bruce Nauman Reappears: Pay Attention

Critic’s Pick: Bruce Nauman Reappears: Pay Attention

From “Contrapposto Studies, i through vii,” 2015/2016, in the show “Bruce Nauman: Disappearing Acts" at MoMA PS1.
A Good Appetite: A Lemon Cake That Cuts to the Pith

A Good Appetite: A Lemon Cake That Cuts to the Pith

A whole lemon, pith and all, and almond flour give this cake a dense richness.
With Kavanaugh on Court, Abortion Rights Groups Sharpen Their Focus on the States

With Kavanaugh on Court, Abortion Rights Groups Sharpen Their Focus on the States

Abortion opponents and a clinic escort outside the EMW Women’s Surgical Center in Louisville, the only abortion clinic in Kentucky.