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Zhores Alferov, 88, Dies; Nobel Winner Paved Way for Laser Technology

Zhores Alferov, 88, Dies; Nobel Winner Paved Way for Laser Technology

Zhores Alferov shared the Nobel in Physics in 2000 with two American physicists who were attacking similar problems from the opposite side of the Iron Curtain.
Landlord Checks on Migrant Status Breaches Human Rights, U.K. Court Rules

Landlord Checks on Migrant Status Breaches Human Rights, U.K. Court Rules

Migrant workers from Romania harvesting daffodils in eastern England this month. A report found that close to half of landlords were less likely to rent to someone without a British passport.

noted: ‘XX’? But I Hardly Know Her!

Don’t worry, the colleague you’ve never met isn’t trying to kiss you over email.
The Newfound Power of Tech Workers

The Newfound Power of Tech Workers

Former Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter lauded workers who took action to support their beliefs.
Shared Buddhist Faith Offers No Shield From Myanmar Military

Shared Buddhist Faith Offers No Shield From Myanmar Military

An ethnic Rakhine man in Mrauk U, the former royal capital of what was once an independent kingdom in Myanmar.
Behind Illicit Massage Parlors Lie a Vast Crime Network and Modern Indentured Servitude

Behind Illicit Massage Parlors Lie a Vast Crime Network and Modern Indentured Servitude

The massage parlor in Jupiter, Fla., where the New England Patriots owner, Robert Kraft, was charged for soliciting prostitution.
How Jeff Bezos Went to Hollywood and Lost Control

How Jeff Bezos Went to Hollywood and Lost Control

The Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos after the Golden Globes in January. In Hollywood, the swirl around his love life refuses to be contained.
He Needed a Job. China Gave Him One: Locking Up His Fellow Muslims.

He Needed a Job. China Gave Him One: Locking Up His Fellow Muslims.

Baimurat, who lives in Kazakhstan, says he helped deliver hundreds of fellow Muslims to an indoctrination camp in China’s Xinjiang region. “I came to regret ever coming back to China,” he said. “That
U.S. and Tunisia Are Fighting Militants Together. Just Don’t Ask Them About It.

U.S. and Tunisia Are Fighting Militants Together. Just Don’t Ask Them About It.

Tunisian marines stood at attention as new ships from the American military arrived at a naval base in Bizerte in 2017.
Roots of Spain’s Crisis: One Word Fought Over at Birth of Constitution

Roots of Spain’s Crisis: One Word Fought Over at Birth of Constitution

Demonstrators marching in support of the imprisoned Catalan leaders in Barcelona, Spain, in February.

Threats Force British Wife of ISIS Fighter to Flee a Refuge

Shamima Begum, 19, gave birth to a boy in Al Hawl refugee camp in Syria and has been the target of threats, her family’s lawyer said.
Woman Sentenced to 15 Years for Attacking Man, 92, With a Brick in California

Woman Sentenced to 15 Years for Attacking Man, 92, With a Brick in California

Rodolfo Rodriguez, with his daughter Aurelia Rodriguez, thanked well-wishers outside his home in Los Angeles last July.
House in Skripal Nerve Agent Attack Declared Safe, Ending 13,000-Hour Cleanup

House in Skripal Nerve Agent Attack Declared Safe, Ending 13,000-Hour Cleanup

An army specialist removes bricks and rubble from the home of the Russian former spy Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, England, Monday, Feb. 4, 2019. British military specialists started to remove the roof
South Koreans in New York Celebrate a 100-Year-Old Independence Movement

South Koreans in New York Celebrate a 100-Year-Old Independence Movement

People waved South Korean flags at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza in Manhattan on Friday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the March 1 Movement, which became a catalyst for shaking off Japanese rule in
SpaceX and NASA Launch Is First Step to Renewed Human Spaceflight

SpaceX and NASA Launch Is First Step to Renewed Human Spaceflight

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifting off on Saturday in Cape Canaveral, Fla.
An 11-Year-Old in Argentina Was Raped. A Hospital Denied Her an Abortion.

An 11-Year-Old in Argentina Was Raped. A Hospital Denied Her an Abortion.

Abortion rights activists demonstrating outside Congress last month in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The Saturday Profile: He Took Down the Elite at Davos. Then He Came for Fox News.

The Saturday Profile: He Took Down the Elite at Davos. Then He Came for Fox News.

Rutger Bregman is part of a wider wave of young thinkers who will not accept piecemeal technocratic responses to the economic and ecological challenges of our age.
After Cuomo’s Calls to Amazon, a Flurry of Conversations to Rally Support

After Cuomo’s Calls to Amazon, a Flurry of Conversations to Rally Support

New Yorkers in January showing support for a planned Amazon campus in Queens. After community backlash, the company abandoned the deal.