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Teenager Fatally Shot After Knocking on Wrong Apartment Door in Atlanta, Police Say

Omarian Banks, 19, thought he was outside an apartment he shared with his girlfriend, but a man inside confronted him and opened fire, the police said.
Migrants Moved Out of Holding Pen Under El Paso Bridge

Migrants Moved Out of Holding Pen Under El Paso Bridge

Detained migrants could be seen in a fenced area beneath the Paso del Norte Bridge in El Paso on Friday. By Sunday the enclosure appeared to have been emptied.
Girls at North Carolina School Don’t Have to Wear Skirts, Judge Rules

Girls at North Carolina School Don’t Have to Wear Skirts, Judge Rules

Three female students in North Carolina challenged their charter school’s uniform policy in a lawsuit for the right to wear pants.
Russia’s Military Mission Creep Advances to a New Front: Africa

Russia’s Military Mission Creep Advances to a New Front: Africa

New recruits for the Central African Republic’s armed forces. Members have trained with Russian consultants as part of Moscow’s growing influence across Africa.
Who Is Lucy Flores, the Woman Accusing Joe Biden of Kissing Her?

Who Is Lucy Flores, the Woman Accusing Joe Biden of Kissing Her?

Lucy Flores in North Las Vegas in 2014. Ms. Flores, a former Nevada state assemblywoman, said Joseph R. Biden Jr. made inappropriate contact with her that year.

‘Dumbo’ Falls Short of Box-Office Expectations but Still Comes in First

Tim Burton’s moody Disney remake sold $45 million in tickets in its first weekend. And Jordan Peele’s “Us” has crossed well over the $100 million mark.
Review: In ‘Mrs. Wilson,’ an Actress Uncovers Her Grandfather’s Lies

Review: In ‘Mrs. Wilson,’ an Actress Uncovers Her Grandfather’s Lies

Ruth Wilson plays her own grandmother in a semi-fictional look at her grandfather, a spy with several secret lives, in “Mrs. Wilson” on PBS.
Brexit is Messy. London’s Lawyers Are Cashing In.

Brexit is Messy. London’s Lawyers Are Cashing In.

Eversheds Sutherland, a firm with more than 2,800 lawyers around the world, recently installed an immense video screen in its lobby. The screen attests to the increasing embrace of self-promotion by
Where Prisoners Can Lock Their Cells, and Guards Are Told to Knock

Where Prisoners Can Lock Their Cells, and Guards Are Told to Knock

The policies at the Berwyn prison in Wrexham, Wales, are meant to improve confinement conditions and rehabilitation.
Kenneth Gibson, 86, Dies; Newark Mayor Broke Race Barrier in Northeast

Kenneth Gibson, 86, Dies; Newark Mayor Broke Race Barrier in Northeast

Mayor Kenneth A. Gibson in his office in Newark in 1972. “We’re going to make this a model city,” he said before taking office. He served four terms.
Review: A ‘Twilight Zone’ Trying to Find Its Dimension

Review: A ‘Twilight Zone’ Trying to Find Its Dimension

The third TV reboot of “The Twilight Zone” features an array of stars, including Kumail Nanjiani, right — but it’s still looking for its own distinctive place.
Political Handlers With Trump Ties Take Their Election Playbooks to Africa

Political Handlers With Trump Ties Take Their Election Playbooks to Africa

Riva Levinson, a political consultant once employed by Paul Manafort, has worked for both opposition parties and governments in Africa.

Freed From ISIS, Syrians Struggle to Rebuild Raqqa

The Syrian city was liberated from the Islamic State more than a year and a half ago, but rebuilding is slow and hope is fading.

Inside ISIS’ Former Capital: The Forgotten People of Raqqa

We went back to Raqqa, which was liberated more than a year and a half ago, to see how people were getting by. We saw Syrians dancing to celebrate the final battle against ISIS. But destruction is
Trump Administration Defends Plan to Close the Border, Telling Democrats, ‘We Told You So’

Trump Administration Defends Plan to Close the Border, Telling Democrats, ‘We Told You So’

Cars lined up to enter the United States from Mexico at the San Ysidro Port of Entry, one of the busiest land crossings in the world.