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U.S. Hunter Kills ‘Beautiful’ Goat. Now Scotland Is Scrutinizing Its Laws.

Larysa Switlyk’s Instagram image of the carcass with the words “fun hunt!!” drew condemnation on social media, including from the mother of the Scottish tennis star Andy Murray.
Review: In ‘Burning,’ Love Ignites a Divided World

Review: In ‘Burning,’ Love Ignites a Divided World

From left, Ah-in Yoo, Jong-seo Jun and Steven Yeun in “Burning.” They play characters whose lives are gradually subsumed as desire gives way to rage.
Earl E. Bakken, Pacemaker Inventor and Medtronic Founder, Dies at 94

Earl E. Bakken, Pacemaker Inventor and Medtronic Founder, Dies at 94

Earl E. Bakken in 2010 at Medtronic’s headquarters. An inveterate tinkerer, he and a brother-in-law started what would become one of the world’s largest medical device companies.
Critic’s Pick: German Artists Who Blazed a Path Cut Short by War

Critic’s Pick: German Artists Who Blazed a Path Cut Short by War

August Macke’s “Four Girls” (1913), left, and Franz Marc’s “Horse and Donkey” (1912) are on view in a new show about both painters at the Neue Galerie in Manhattan.
Trilobites: The Wildebeest Is One Highly Toned Machine

Trilobites: The Wildebeest Is One Highly Toned Machine

Wildebeest in the Khama Rhino Sanctuary in Serowe, Botswana. The hardy animals have highly efficient muscles that allow them to walk dozens of miles for days without drinking water.
Khashoggi’s Death Is Explained by the Saudis in Five Acts (and Counting)

Khashoggi’s Death Is Explained by the Saudis in Five Acts (and Counting)

Frame grabs taken from surveillance footage at Ataturk airport in Istanbul showing a group of Saudi operatives that the Turkish police say were involved in the murder of the dissident journalist Jamal
How Google Protected Andy Rubin, the ‘Father of Android’

How Google Protected Andy Rubin, the ‘Father of Android’

Andy Rubin, the creator of Android, left Google in 2014 with a $90 million exit package. The last payment is scheduled for next month.
Australia Fare: Kisumé Promises Luxe Sushi in Melbourne, Mostly for Instagram

Australia Fare: Kisumé Promises Luxe Sushi in Melbourne, Mostly for Instagram

The $145 deluxe sushi box arrived garnished with flowers, an artfully arranged collection with almost 50 pieces of rolls, nigiri and sashimi.
Trump Considers Closing Southern Border to Migrants

Trump Considers Closing Southern Border to Migrants

The proposed executive action would be a sweeping use of presidential power to fortify the border as President Trump tries to play to his anti-immigrant base days before the midterm elections.
Ellison’s Troubles in Minnesota Create Unexpected Opening for His Opponent

Ellison’s Troubles in Minnesota Create Unexpected Opening for His Opponent

Doug Wardlow arrived to greet supporters during a campaign stop in St. Cloud, Minn., earlier this month.
What Being Transgender Looks Like, According to Stock Photography

What Being Transgender Looks Like, According to Stock Photography

The most used photo of a transgender person from Getty Images’s stock photo library shows the transgender pride symbol — but only part of the person’s face.
Altria to Stop Selling Some E-Cigarette Brands That Appeal to Youths

Altria to Stop Selling Some E-Cigarette Brands That Appeal to Youths

Altria, which has a small share of the e-cigarette market, said it would stop selling some of its flavor-based products.
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.”