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U.S. Recalls Top Diplomats From Latin America as Worries Rise Over China’s Influence

U.S. Recalls Top Diplomats From Latin America as Worries Rise Over China’s Influence

Jean Manes, ambassador to El Salvador, is one of three diplomats in Latin America who have been recalled to Washington.
Post-‘Rahmbo’ Chicago and the Death of Triangulation

Post-‘Rahmbo’ Chicago and the Death of Triangulation

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Tuesday, he would not seek a third term in office.
Manchin Counts on Health Care to Stave Off Republican Tide in West Virginia

Manchin Counts on Health Care to Stave Off Republican Tide in West Virginia

Senator Joe Manchin talked to supporters in Racine, W.Va., earlier this month. Mr. Manchin, a Democrat, is leading in the Senate race in this deeply conservative state.
Top Cancer Researcher Fails to Disclose Corporate Financial Ties in Major Research Journals

Top Cancer Researcher Fails to Disclose Corporate Financial Ties in Major Research Journals

Dr. José Baselga, the chief medical officer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, in 2015.
Trilobites: Hundreds of Seals Are Dying on the New England Coast

Trilobites: Hundreds of Seals Are Dying on the New England Coast

From left, Sarah Demelo, Jennifer Thorne and Erinn Hasselgrinn, volunteers at the New England Aquarium, preparing to collect the carcass of an adult harbor seal for a necropsy.
On Tennis: Djokovic Has Returned to ‘an Amazing Level,’ but So Has del Potro

On Tennis: Djokovic Has Returned to ‘an Amazing Level,’ but So Has del Potro

Novak Djokovic, after struggling with an elbow injury, has won Wimbledon and reached the U.S. Open final this summer.
‘Potentially Dangerous Situation’ on Tappan Zee Delays Opening of New Cuomo Bridge Span

‘Potentially Dangerous Situation’ on Tappan Zee Delays Opening of New Cuomo Bridge Span

The first segment of the new Mario M. Cuomo Bridge was opened last year. The opening of the second was delayed over concerns that a piece of its predecessor, the Tappan Zee Bridge, far left, had
Washington Memo: Brett Kavanaugh’s Expert Evasions, Learned From Past Masters

Washington Memo: Brett Kavanaugh’s Expert Evasions, Learned From Past Masters

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh repeatedly deflected senators’ questions, instead offering canned paeans to the rule of law.
The Kids Who Still Need Football

The Kids Who Still Need Football

Andrew Hart is a sophomore at Country Day Poly Prep High School in Brooklyn, where he plays football. He hopes his talent on the field will lead to a college athletic scholarship.
What Arthur Ashe Knew About Protest

What Arthur Ashe Knew About Protest

Arthur Ashe is shown here during hearings of the General Assembly’s Special Committee on Apartheid in 1970. Ashe asked the U.S., Britain, France, Australia, Germany, and Italy to expel South Africa
Michael Cohen Offers to Rip Up Deal for Stormy Daniels’s Silence on Trump

Michael Cohen Offers to Rip Up Deal for Stormy Daniels’s Silence on Trump

Stephanie Clifford, better known as Stormy Daniels, with her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, this year in New York.
Requiem for a Mustache

Requiem for a Mustache

Burt Reynolds surrenders his trademark mustache to Dinah Shore for a 1973 television special. The variety show hostess was nearly 20 years older than Reynolds, her boyfriend.
Egypt Court Sentences 75 to Death Over Deadly 2013 Protests

Egypt Court Sentences 75 to Death Over Deadly 2013 Protests

Wounded supporters of Mohammed Morsi, the ousted Egyptian president, lying on the floor of a makeshift hospital in Cairo after a sit-in in August 2013.
China Is Detaining Muslims in Vast Numbers. The Goal: ‘Transformation.’

China Is Detaining Muslims in Vast Numbers. The Goal: ‘Transformation.’

“That was a place that will breed vengeful feelings,” Abdusalam Muhemet said of the internment camp in Xinjiang, in western China, where he and other Muslims were held for months.
They Killed Their Abusive Husbands. Their Acquittals Shocked Russia.

They Killed Their Abusive Husbands. Their Acquittals Shocked Russia.

Yana Gurcheva was recently released after having been convicted in 2017 to 6 years in prison for stabbing her partner to death as he attempted to strangle her.
‘No One Could Believe It’: When Ford Pardoned Nixon Four Decades Ago

‘No One Could Believe It’: When Ford Pardoned Nixon Four Decades Ago

On Sept. 8, 1974, President Gerald R. Ford pardoned former President Richard M. Nixon over his role in the Watergate scandal.
India Hunts Man-Eating Tiger Blamed for 13 Deaths

India Hunts Man-Eating Tiger Blamed for 13 Deaths

A 10-month-old cub in a tiger reserve in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Tigers are emerging from their reserves onto roads and farmland, searching for territory, mates and prey.
Kate Spade’s Last Collection

Kate Spade’s Last Collection

At the airy Frances Valentine headquarters in New York.