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New Zealand Shooting Suspect Is Charged With 50 Counts of Murder

New Zealand Shooting Suspect Is Charged With 50 Counts of Murder

Police officers outside Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, days after 50 people were killed there and at another mosque in the city.
Australia Passes Law to Punish Social Media Companies for Violent Posts

Australia Passes Law to Punish Social Media Companies for Violent Posts

A rally in Adelaide, Australia, after last month’s massacre at two mosques in New Zealand.
Carlos Ghosn Arrested in Tokyo Over New Accusations

Carlos Ghosn Arrested in Tokyo Over New Accusations

Carlos Ghosn, the former chairman and chief executive of Nissan, was arrested again on Wednesday after being released on bail in March.
Tesla Stock Slides After Delivery Figures Signal Weaker U.S. Demand

Tesla Stock Slides After Delivery Figures Signal Weaker U.S. Demand

Elon Musk, the chief executive of Tesla, which hopes to begin volume deliveries of a $35,000 version of the Model 3 sedan next month.
Malware Arrest Exposes Security Gaps at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club

Malware Arrest Exposes Security Gaps at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club

The Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla. The arrest of a woman with a malware-laced device there has revealed the challenge of protecting a president who prefers a private resort over
At War: ‘Swat the Kaiser’ and Stork Stands: The History of Army Physical Fitness

At War: ‘Swat the Kaiser’ and Stork Stands: The History of Army Physical Fitness

Soldiers completing the final obstacle of a training course at Camp Edwards in Massachusetts in 1942.
The Biden Sort-Of Lovefest

The Biden Sort-Of Lovefest

Joe Biden in December in Manhattan.
Trump to Puerto Rico: Who’s Your Daddy?

Trump to Puerto Rico: Who’s Your Daddy?

The Capitol building in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Some on Mueller’s Team Say Report Was More Damaging Than Barr Revealed

Some on Mueller’s Team Say Report Was More Damaging Than Barr Revealed

Attorney General William P. Barr has shown hints of frustration with how the rollout of the special counsel’s chief findings has unfolded.
Some on Mueller’s Team See Their Findings as More Damaging for Trump Than Barr Revealed

Some on Mueller’s Team See Their Findings as More Damaging for Trump Than Barr Revealed

Attorney General William P. Barr has shown hints of frustration with how the rollout of the special counsel’s chief findings has unfolded.
A Teacher Is Fired Over a Topless Selfie, Stirring a Debate Over Gender Equity

A Teacher Is Fired Over a Topless Selfie, Stirring a Debate Over Gender Equity

Lauren Miranda, 25, was fired from her job as a math teacher after a student obtained a topless selfie that she said she sent only to a fellow teacher she had been dating.
May and Corbyn, Old Adversaries, Weigh a Brexit Partnership

May and Corbyn, Old Adversaries, Weigh a Brexit Partnership

In this still taken from video, Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain speaks during Prime Minister’s Questions in Parliament on Wednesday.
Eat Your Veggies: Study Finds Poor Diets Linked to One in Five Deaths

Eat Your Veggies: Study Finds Poor Diets Linked to One in Five Deaths

The global health study covered data from 1990 to 2017 across 195 countries.
Critic’s Pick: Khalid Has Fresh Insecurities and a New Set of Musical Tricks on ‘Free Spirit’

Critic’s Pick: Khalid Has Fresh Insecurities and a New Set of Musical Tricks on ‘Free Spirit’

After critical acclaim and five Grammy nominations, Khalid grapples with fame, the possibilities of the future and lingering insecurity on “Free Spirit.”
Lori Lightfoot Promised Change as Chicago Mayor. Now Comes the Hard Part.

Lori Lightfoot Promised Change as Chicago Mayor. Now Comes the Hard Part.

Lori Lightfoot, Chicago’s incoming mayor, at her election night celebration on Tuesday.
Lyle Tuttle, Who Recast Tattooing’s Image Pore by Pore, Dies at 87

Lyle Tuttle, Who Recast Tattooing’s Image Pore by Pore, Dies at 87

Lyle Tuttle at work in 1973. His popularity as a tattooist grew after celebrities sought him out, among them Janis Joplin, Joan Baez, the Allman Brothers, Peter Fonda and Cher.
Pope Is Expected to Name Wilton Gregory as New Archbishop of Washington

Pope Is Expected to Name Wilton Gregory as New Archbishop of Washington

Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Atlanta is expected to become the next archbishop of Washington.
I’ve Seen the Best and Worst of China. Be Wary.

I’ve Seen the Best and Worst of China. Be Wary.

An exhibition in February at the National Museum of China in Beijing included a large screen showing a video of President Xi Jinping.
‘Predatory’ Scientific Publisher Is Hit With a $50 Million Judgment

‘Predatory’ Scientific Publisher Is Hit With a $50 Million Judgment

Following a complaint by the F.T.C., a federal judge has ordered a large publisher of online scientific journals to change its business practices -- and to pay an enormous judgment.