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Hamas Chief Calls for Cease-Fire in Gaza as Tensions Rise With Israel

Hamas Chief Calls for Cease-Fire in Gaza as Tensions Rise With Israel

In recent days, Hamas has expanded its protests in the Gaza Strip. Palestinian protesters ran from tear gas at a border crossing with Israel on Wednesday.
Terrorist Threat ‘More Fluid and Complex Than Ever,’ White House Says

Terrorist Threat ‘More Fluid and Complex Than Ever,’ White House Says

An exercise featuring American forces and members of the Jordanian gendarmerie during the opening ceremony of a regional counterterrorism training center in Karak, Jordan.
Cuomo’s $13 Billion Solution to the Mess That Is J.F.K. Airport

Cuomo’s $13 Billion Solution to the Mess That Is J.F.K. Airport

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, who helps control the agency that operates Kennedy International Airport, unveiled a $13 billion plan to modernize what many consider an outmoded transit hub.
The Famed Brooklyn Heights Promenade May Close for Years. Here’s Why.

The Famed Brooklyn Heights Promenade May Close for Years. Here’s Why.

A view of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway from Lower Manhattan. The pedestrian Promenade is physically joined to the expressway, suspended over passing traffic below by an unusual triple-cantilever
Hungry City: Khao Man Gai, Rich, Heady and as Good as Its Rice

Hungry City: Khao Man Gai, Rich, Heady and as Good as Its Rice

Eat’s Khao Man Gai specializes in the Thai street food khao man gai, which translates word for word as “rice fat chicken.”
letters: Should Women Show Their Rage?

letters: Should Women Show Their Rage?

Demonstrators marched around the Capitol to protest against the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Trump Is Just Another Crooked New York City Landlord

Trump Is Just Another Crooked New York City Landlord

Donald Trump in his office at Trump Tower in New York in 1983.

Senators React to F.B.I. Report on Kavanaugh

Republicans and Democrats have drastically different reactions after reviewing an F.B.I. report into allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
I Was in the Elevator With Jeff Flake. Senators, Don’t Look Away From Me.

I Was in the Elevator With Jeff Flake. Senators, Don’t Look Away From Me.

Jeff Flake spoke with reporters after meeting with the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, about the Brett Kavanaugh nomination last Friday.
After the Braves Let the Kid Play, Ronald Acuña Jr. Soared

After the Braves Let the Kid Play, Ronald Acuña Jr. Soared

Since making his major league debut in April, left fielder Ronald Acuña Jr. has given the Braves energy and power.
Viruses Spread by Insects to Crops Sound Scary. The Military Calls It Food Security.

Viruses Spread by Insects to Crops Sound Scary. The Military Calls It Food Security.

Scientists warn that insects carrying genetically modified viruses to strengthen crops from various hazards could just as soon be used for nefarious purposes.
Danske Bank Faces U.S. Inquiry Over Money Laundering

Danske Bank Faces U.S. Inquiry Over Money Laundering

The Danske Bank building in Copenhagen. The bank said it was cooperating with several investigations into possible money laundering at its branch in Estonia.
Jason Van Dyke Killed Laquan McDonald in 2014. Now Chicago Awaits a Verdict.

Jason Van Dyke Killed Laquan McDonald in 2014. Now Chicago Awaits a Verdict.

Police officers gathered in front of the Cook County criminal court building. A jury will soon decide whether Officer Jason Van Dyke is guilty of murdering Laquan McDonald.
Lindsey Graham Welcomed Trump’s China Tariffs, Then Helped Companies Avoid Them

Lindsey Graham Welcomed Trump’s China Tariffs, Then Helped Companies Avoid Them

Wando Welch Terminal operated by the South Carolina Ports Authority in Mount Pleasant, S.C. Companies in South Carolina that rely on products from China have been impacted by President Trump’s
M.L.B. Playoffs 2018: Our Picks to Win the Division Series

M.L.B. Playoffs 2018: Our Picks to Win the Division Series

The Yankees’ Giancarlo Stanton hitting a home run against the Red Sox last month in Boston. The teams will meet in a division series starting Friday night.
The Pour: The Sommelier Finds Room to Breathe

The Pour: The Sommelier Finds Room to Breathe

Like the sommelier’s job, making wine can be laborious. But the hours are usually better.
The Kavanaugh Report: Reactions From Senators on the Right and Left

The Kavanaugh Report: Reactions From Senators on the Right and Left

Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles E. Grassley spoke with the ranking Democrat, Dianne Feinstein, during a committee meeting.
Matter: Deep in Human DNA, a Gift From the Neanderthals

Matter: Deep in Human DNA, a Gift From the Neanderthals

A 45,000-year-old Neanderthal skeleton found in La Chapelle-aux-Saints, France. Many modern humans carry Neanderthal genes.