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Tech We’re Using: Windows on How Cities Change Can Be All Too Captivating

Tech We’re Using: Windows on How Cities Change Can Be All Too Captivating

Emily Badger, a reporter for The Upshot in Washington, likes Google Street View’s time-lapse feature, which can show a neighborhood’s transformation since 2007.
Killing of Champion Golfer in ‘Senseless, Random Act’ Stuns Iowa State

Killing of Champion Golfer in ‘Senseless, Random Act’ Stuns Iowa State

Celia Barquín Arozamena, 22, was born in Spain and played collegiate golf at Iowa State University, winning the Big 12 women’s championship in April. She was attacked and killed while playing a round
Editorial Observer: Bloomberg’s Blind Spot on Racial Injustice

Editorial Observer: Bloomberg’s Blind Spot on Racial Injustice

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, center, with city leaders in 2010, demonstrated support for an Islamic community center near Ground Zero.
Voting at Home Will Help Save Our Democracy

Voting at Home Will Help Save Our Democracy

People having to wait in line to vote in the 2016 election at the Boston Public Library.
News Analysis: Humans Are Making Hurricanes Worse. Here’s How.

News Analysis: Humans Are Making Hurricanes Worse. Here’s How.

A rescuer helped a resident of New Bern, N.C., from her home on Saturday.
Utah Group Files Complaint Against Mia Love Over Fund-Raising

Utah Group Files Complaint Against Mia Love Over Fund-Raising

The allegations against Representative Mia Love stem from more than $1 million she raised leading up to her 2018 re-election campaign.
3-D Printed Gun Promoter, Cody Wilson, Is Charged With Sexual Assault of Child

3-D Printed Gun Promoter, Cody Wilson, Is Charged With Sexual Assault of Child

Cody Wilson, who has been blocked from posting online plans for guns made with 3-D printers, was charged Wednesday with having sex with a 16-year-old girl in Austin, Tex.
As Storms Loom, Some Immigrant Families Wonder: Is It Safe to Seek Help?

As Storms Loom, Some Immigrant Families Wonder: Is It Safe to Seek Help?

Rising waters blocked a road in Fayetteville, N.C., on Tuesday. Many immigrants in the Carolinas live in low-income housing that can be especially vulnerable in natural disasters.
New York Review of Books Editor Is Out Amid Uproar Over #MeToo Essay

New York Review of Books Editor Is Out Amid Uproar Over #MeToo Essay

Ian Buruma took over as editor of The New York Review of Books last year.
Trilobites: Elephant Tusk DNA Helps Track Ivory Poachers

Trilobites: Elephant Tusk DNA Helps Track Ivory Poachers

African elephants in Botswana. Researchers are turning to examining the DNA of elephant tusks to determine where they're being poached.
Inside Facebook’s Election ‘War Room’

Inside Facebook’s Election ‘War Room’

The War Room at Facebook’s headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. As of next week, it will be the company’s hub for safeguarding elections around the world.
In Brexit Talks, Some See Hope in a Minimal ‘Blind’ Deal

In Brexit Talks, Some See Hope in a Minimal ‘Blind’ Deal

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain is trying to convince European Union officials that her plan for Brexit is best.
Album Review: Alone in the Studio in 1983, Prince Is Revealed

Album Review: Alone in the Studio in 1983, Prince Is Revealed

“Piano & a Microphone 1983” contains nine songs Prince recorded on a cassette at his home studio the year before “Purple Rain” arrived.
Arthur Mitchell Is Dead at 84; Showed the Way for Black Dancers

Arthur Mitchell Is Dead at 84; Showed the Way for Black Dancers

Arthur Mitchell in 1963. He was one of the most popular dancers with the New York City Ballet in the 1950s and ’60s.
Touring Storm Damage in the Carolinas, Trump Follows His Own Script

Touring Storm Damage in the Carolinas, Trump Follows His Own Script

President Trump looking on Wednesday at damage from Hurricane Florence in New Bern, N.C. during the first leg of his trip to the storm-tossed area.
‘Murphy Brown’ Returns to Fight New Culture Wars

‘Murphy Brown’ Returns to Fight New Culture Wars

After two decades, Candice Bergen, right, returns as Murphy Brown, reuniting with the series’ creator, Diane English, left.