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The Treasure Behind the Wall

The Treasure Behind the Wall

The 17th-century oil painting discovered behind a wall during construction of the Oscar de la Renta boutique in Paris.
Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon: Photos From Around the World

Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon: Photos From Around the World

A combination photo showing the different stages of the blood moon and supermoon during a total lunar eclipse in Los Angeles, on Sunday.
Described as Defeated, Islamic State Punches Back With Guerrilla Tactics

Described as Defeated, Islamic State Punches Back With Guerrilla Tactics

President Trump at Dover Air Force Base on Saturday as troops carried the remains of Scott A. Wirtz, who was killed in a suicide bombing in Manbij, Syria.

Metropolitan Diary: ‘We Decided to Meet for a Drink Near Her Office One Friday Night After Work’

On the way to the Rainbow Room, a surprise at the movies and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Coming Soon to a Police Station Near You: The DNA ‘Magic Box’

Coming Soon to a Police Station Near You: The DNA ‘Magic Box’

In just 90 minutes, a Rapid DNA machine can reveal whether an individual’s DNA matches genetic evidence collected from a local crime.
On Soccer: Film in His Blood, a Soccer Revolution in His Plans

On Soccer: Film in His Blood, a Soccer Revolution in His Plans

Aurelio De Laurentiis has not shied away from many fights as Napoli’s owner.

Meanwhile: Radon Causes Cancer. These Tourists Drink It Up.

The E.P.A. warns that radon causes cancer. But some tourists head to mines in Montana to soak it up.
On Baseball: What Mariano Rivera Shared With Roy Halladay, Besides Hall of Fame Credentials

On Baseball: What Mariano Rivera Shared With Roy Halladay, Besides Hall of Fame Credentials

Roy Halladay in 2017, demonstrating the cutter grip he learned from Mariano Rivera. Halladay died in a plane crash that year.

Israel Confirms Attacks on Iranian Targets in Syria

After years of ambiguity, the Israel leadership has grown bolder about acknowledging strikes in Syria just after they occur, raising fears of prompting retaliation.
How Do You Govern Machines That Can Learn? Policymakers Are Trying to Figure That Out

How Do You Govern Machines That Can Learn? Policymakers Are Trying to Figure That Out

Nicolas Miailhe, a co-founder of the Future Society, asking a question during a gathering of global policymakers last week at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Missed Call Dooms Saints, Thrills Rams and Pains New Orleans

Missed Call Dooms Saints, Thrills Rams and Pains New Orleans

Nickell Robey-Coleman of the Rams clobbered Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis before the ball arrived on a crucial fourth-quarter play on Sunday, but no penalty was called.
China’s Economy, by the Numbers, Is Worse Than It Looks

China’s Economy, by the Numbers, Is Worse Than It Looks

A worker checking equipment at a textile factory in Jinjiang, in China’s eastern province of Fujian, last year. Activity has slowed lately at many export-oriented factories in China.