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Why Has the Stock Market Been Dropping? The Expansion Heads Toward a New Phase

Why Has the Stock Market Been Dropping? The Expansion Heads Toward a New Phase

A man checking stock prices at a securities firm in Taipei on Thursday.
The Week in Good News: London Jazz, Lavender for Anxiety, Candy

The Week in Good News: London Jazz, Lavender for Anxiety, Candy

Femi Koleoso, center, played with Ezra Collective in London in August.
French ‘Spider-Man,’ Alain Robert, Climbs Heron Tower in London

French ‘Spider-Man,’ Alain Robert, Climbs Heron Tower in London

Onlookers gawked as he scaled the building, which is more than 750 feet tall.
European Parliament Approves Ban on Single-Use Plastics

European Parliament Approves Ban on Single-Use Plastics

Volunteers cleared trash from the banks of the River Thames during the annual Big Bottle Count in London last month.
Twitter Posts Another Profit as User Numbers Drop

Twitter Posts Another Profit as User Numbers Drop

Twitter’s chief executive, Jack Dorsey, has been grappling with how to attract users while dealing with disinformation and accusations of political bias.
Out There: Stephen Hawking’s Final Paper: How to Escape From a Black Hole

Out There: Stephen Hawking’s Final Paper: How to Escape From a Black Hole

In his posthumously published, last scientific paper, Stephen Hawking theorized that information may yet be able to elude a black hole by becoming encoded on its surface in the form of “soft hair.”
This Week’s Mail Bombs Are No Surprise

This Week’s Mail Bombs Are No Surprise

The Time Warner Center in Manhattan, home to CNN's New York offices, was evacuated Wednesday after a mail bomb was intercepted.
A Baseball Bat Dies, and Chopsticks Are Born

A Baseball Bat Dies, and Chopsticks Are Born

Broken baseball bats used to be burned in Japan. Now they become chopsticks.
News Analysis: Trump, Partisan and Pugilist, Abandons Calls for Unity After Bomb Scares

News Analysis: Trump, Partisan and Pugilist, Abandons Calls for Unity After Bomb Scares

Watching CNN at the Capitol. President Trump lashed out at critics who saw a link between his polemics and a spate of mail bombs.
China Locks Up Ethnic Minorities in Camps. It Says So Itself.

China Locks Up Ethnic Minorities in Camps. It Says So Itself.

An image from undated video footage of Muslims reading from official Chinese language textbooks at a training center in Hotan, in Xinjiang. The Chinese authorities recently acknowledged the existence
Review: ‘Monrovia, Indiana’ Is a Sharp, Lyrical Look at Small-Town America

Review: ‘Monrovia, Indiana’ Is a Sharp, Lyrical Look at Small-Town America

Main Street as seen in Frederick Wiseman’s new documentary, “Monrovia, Indiana.”
University Backed by George Soros Prepares to Leave Budapest Under Duress

University Backed by George Soros Prepares to Leave Budapest Under Duress

The Central European University in the Hungarian capital. The school portrayed itself as a victim of Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s efforts to vilify Mr. Soros and to stifle dissent and academic
Megyn Kelly’s ‘Blackface’ Remarks Leave Her Future at NBC in Doubt

Megyn Kelly’s ‘Blackface’ Remarks Leave Her Future at NBC in Doubt

Megyn Kelly left Fox News in January 2017 for NBC and a contract reported to be worth $17 million a year.
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.