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Indonesia Tsunami Death Toll Climbs Above 800

Indonesia Tsunami Death Toll Climbs Above 800

Family members carrying the body of a relative to a police hospital in Palu, Indonesia.
‘S.N.L.’ Has Matt Damon Play Brett Kavanaugh in Season Premiere

‘S.N.L.’ Has Matt Damon Play Brett Kavanaugh in Season Premiere

In the first opening sketch of “S.N.L.,” Matt Damon played Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, breaking into tears and constantly swigging from glasses of water.
Hit Men and Power: South Africa’s Leaders Are Killing One Another

Hit Men and Power: South Africa’s Leaders Are Killing One Another

Incomplete and dilapidated housing near Umzimkhulu, South Africa. A whistle-blower who condemned corruption in the area is now in hiding.
Senegal Dispatch: Across Senegal, the Beloved Baobab Tree Is the ‘Pride of the Neighborhood’

Senegal Dispatch: Across Senegal, the Beloved Baobab Tree Is the ‘Pride of the Neighborhood’

Selbe Dione and her sister harvesting baobab leaves to cook with couscous in the countryside of western Senegal.
On Baseball: For David Wright, the Mets’ No. 5, a Sweet End to a Painful Journey

On Baseball: For David Wright, the Mets’ No. 5, a Sweet End to a Painful Journey

David Wright during his finale at Citi Field on Saturday. He played four innings and took the field for a warmup throw before the top of the fifth. And then he was gone.
Iranian Official Says Oil Deal With Europeans Is Close Despite Threat of U.S. Sanctions

Iranian Official Says Oil Deal With Europeans Is Close Despite Threat of U.S. Sanctions

Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, in August. He said on Saturday that United Nations resolutions have given countries the legal right to trade with Iran.
Panic in Central Park: Noise at Global Citizen Festival Was Fallen Barrier, Not Gunshots

Panic in Central Park: Noise at Global Citizen Festival Was Fallen Barrier, Not Gunshots

A barrier that fell at the Global Citizen Festival in Central Park on Saturday night was mistaken by some attendees for gunfire, setting off a small panic, officials said.
Elizabeth Warren Says 2020 Presidential Run Is On the Table

Elizabeth Warren Says 2020 Presidential Run Is On the Table

Senator Warren, a liberal Democrat from Massachusetts, has been one of her party’s most aggressive critics of President Trump.
On Crowded London Streets, Councils Fight a Flood of Phone Boxes

On Crowded London Streets, Councils Fight a Flood of Phone Boxes

London is being flooded with new phone boxes. Critics say they are basically glorified billboards, but planning laws treat them as an essential utility.
Next Women’s March Is Set for January, With Main Protest in Washington

Next Women’s March Is Set for January, With Main Protest in Washington

Linda Sarsour, left, a chairwoman of the Women’s March, with protesters at the Hart Senate Office Building as Christine Blasey Ford testified Thursday before the Senate Judiciary Committee. The third

Texas Boy Speaks Clearly for First Time After Dentist Discovered He Was Tongue-Tied

Mason Motz’s parents believed that his speech issues were caused by a brain aneurysm he had when he was 10 days old. It turned out he couldn’t move his tongue correctly.
Yankees 8, Red Sox 5: Yankees Send Two Over the Fence and Into the Record Book

Yankees 8, Red Sox 5: Yankees Send Two Over the Fence and Into the Record Book

Gleyber Torres hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning on Saturday against the Red Sox. The blast was the Yankees’ record-setting 265th home run of the season.
Red Tide, Take Warning

Red Tide, Take Warning

Fish killed by red tide in August in Captiva, Fla.
Didier Deschamps Doesn’t Care About Style Points

Didier Deschamps Doesn’t Care About Style Points

France's Didier Deschamps in London, where he was honored by FIFA this week as the global coach of the year.
Elon Musk Steps Down as Tesla’s Chairman in Settlement With S.E.C. Over Go-Private Tweet

Elon Musk Steps Down as Tesla’s Chairman in Settlement With S.E.C. Over Go-Private Tweet

Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief executive, reached a deal with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Saturday that forces him to give up the chairman’s post for three years.
Details of F.B.I.’s Kavanaugh Inquiry Show Its Restricted Range

Details of F.B.I.’s Kavanaugh Inquiry Show Its Restricted Range

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh denied on Thursday accusations of sexual misconduct in his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.