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Nearly a Year After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Revises Death Toll to 2,975

Nearly a Year After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Revises Death Toll to 2,975

A funeral home in Vieques, P.R., last September. A new analysis found that nearly 3,000 more deaths than expected occurred in Puerto Rico in the months after Hurricane Maria.
The Future of Men’s Gymnastics Is Not Well-Balanced

The Future of Men’s Gymnastics Is Not Well-Balanced

Sam Mikulak is 25, has been to the Olympics twice, and has been the all-around winner at five of the last six U.S. Gymnastics Championships.
Canada and U.S. Meet as Trump Moves Ahead With Mexico Trade Deal

Canada and U.S. Meet as Trump Moves Ahead With Mexico Trade Deal

Canada’s foreign minister, Chrystia Freeland, headed to Washington on Tuesday to discuss the trade pact after President Trump threatened to move ahead with just Mexico.
Inside a Neonatal Clinic in South Sudan: ‘In Some Ways, It Felt Wrong to Be Here’

Inside a Neonatal Clinic in South Sudan: ‘In Some Ways, It Felt Wrong to Be Here’

Megan Specia interviews Dr. Rose Tongan on a break during her shift at the Juba Teaching Hospital's neonatal clinic.
Replace Richard Russell’s Name With McCain’s? Senate Debates a Segregationist’s Legacy

Replace Richard Russell’s Name With McCain’s? Senate Debates a Segregationist’s Legacy

A statue of Senator Richard B. Russell in the rotunda of the Senate Office building that bears his name.
Pentagon May Restart Major War Games Amid Rising Tensions With North Korea

Pentagon May Restart Major War Games Amid Rising Tensions With North Korea

“We have no plans at this time to suspend any more exercises,” Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said at a Pentagon news conference on Tuesday.
Running While Female

Running While Female

The writer, Talya Minsberg, right, and her sister, Elana, running a relay race at Como Park in St. Paul, Minn., in August 2008.
Russia Hated John McCain, and Will Miss Him Dearly

Russia Hated John McCain, and Will Miss Him Dearly

Senators John McCain, left, and Tom Cotton at a Senate hearing last year on Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Cuomo vs. Nixon Debate? It’s Already Heated (Literally)

Cuomo vs. Nixon Debate? It’s Already Heated (Literally)

For Cynthia Nixon, whose campaign has been unable to afford any television ads or narrow a wide deficit in public opinion polls, the debate likely offers her biggest audience yet.
War Crimes Report Accuses Saudi Arabia and U.A.E. in Yemen

War Crimes Report Accuses Saudi Arabia and U.A.E. in Yemen

The old quarter of Sana, Yemen, in August. The house in the foreground was destroyed by an airstrike.
How the Common Weed Has Grown on Florists (and Chefs)

How the Common Weed Has Grown on Florists (and Chefs)

Undervalued flora — the wild dandelion, the invasive knotweed, the stinging nettle — are now taking center stage.