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At War: When We See Photographs of Some Dead Bodies and Not Others

At War: When We See Photographs of Some Dead Bodies and Not Others

The body of a soldier killed in Afghanistan being returned to the United States at Dover Air Force Base in 2009, the first year the ban on photos of these events was lifted.
The Stone: Our Deepest Condolences

The Stone: Our Deepest Condolences

A veiled window in a house in Lagos, Nigeria on August 12, 2018.
4 States Are Voting on Tuesday. Here’s What to Watch.

4 States Are Voting on Tuesday. Here’s What to Watch.

Democratic and Republican candidates for governor of Minnesota shook hands before the start of a forum in Redwood Falls last week.
The 52 Places Traveler: The 52 Places Traveler: The Trickiness of Being a Woman in Tangier

The 52 Places Traveler: The 52 Places Traveler: The Trickiness of Being a Woman in Tangier

Scenes from Tangier. Clockwise from top right: Peppers for sale in the medina; the Banyan Tree Resort in Tamouda Bay; the nearby Caves of Hercules; ancient Phoenician grave sites overlooking the sea.
Their First Temple Was a Tent. Now Sikhs Walk New Jersey’s Halls of Power.

Their First Temple Was a Tent. Now Sikhs Walk New Jersey’s Halls of Power.

From left, Ravi Bhalla, the mayor of Hoboken, Gurbir Grewal, New Jersey’s attorney general, and Amardeep Singh, a founder of the Sikh Coaltion, a civil rights group, stand in front of a Sikh temple in
Lyme Disease Is Spreading Fast. Why Isn’t There a Vaccine?

Lyme Disease Is Spreading Fast. Why Isn’t There a Vaccine?

Lyme disease is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected ticks. The tick above, in its larval stage, is no bigger than the period at the end of this sentence.
Update: Flying With Dietary Restrictions? Increasingly, That’s Not a Problem

Update: Flying With Dietary Restrictions? Increasingly, That’s Not a Problem

A gluten-free meal offered in economy class on Turkish Airlines: chicken breast over rice, with a caprese salad and chocolate mousse.
Cafeteria Workers Stole Nearly $500,000 in Lunch Money From Schools, Police Say

Cafeteria Workers Stole Nearly $500,000 in Lunch Money From Schools, Police Say

Two former school cafeteria workers, Joanne Pascarelli, left, and her sister Marie Wilson, were charged with stealing nearly a half-million dollars in New Canaan, Conn.
Essay: The Virtues of Shelf-lessness

Essay: The Virtues of Shelf-lessness

The writer Sloane Crosley stores her books atop the built-in moldings of her New York City apartment.