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U.N. Says Saudi-led Airstrike Killed at Least 22 Yemeni Children

U.N. Says Saudi-led Airstrike Killed at Least 22 Yemeni Children

A photograph distributed by Houthi rebels purported to show Yemenis carrying the bodies of children killed in a Saudi-led airstrike near Al Hudaydah.
Vows: Where Words Matter: Politics, Fiction, Romance, Scrabble

Vows: Where Words Matter: Politics, Fiction, Romance, Scrabble

Blair Thornburgh and Josh Maxwell were married Aug. 4 at the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill in Philadelphia.
Alphabet’s Plans for a China Comeback Go Beyond Google Search

Alphabet’s Plans for a China Comeback Go Beyond Google Search

Google’s interest in China appears to be far broader than just internet search; it’s planning a push into autonomous vehicles, has opened a center for artificial intelligence research and has invested
From Canada to Syria, Muslims Tell Us What Eid al-Adha Means to Them

From Canada to Syria, Muslims Tell Us What Eid al-Adha Means to Them

Palestinian girls take a selfie Tuesday following morning prayers marking the first day of Eid al-Adha celebrations, on the compound known to Muslims as al-Haram al-Sharif in Jerusalem’s Old City.
Paris Dispatch: Paris Bees at Work From Notre-Dame to the Luxembourg Gardens

Paris Dispatch: Paris Bees at Work From Notre-Dame to the Luxembourg Gardens

Audric de Campeau on the roof of the Monnaie de Paris, which mints euro coins. He also has hives at the Musée D’Orsay and other major Parisian buildings.

S.&P. Closes at a Record, as Profits Defy Turmoil

The index has fallen as much as 10 percent in a year of trade wars and collapsing currencies, but with big American companies making lots of money, the long bull market keeps going.
Republicans Are Exploiting the Murder of Mollie Tibbetts

Republicans Are Exploiting the Murder of Mollie Tibbetts

Mollie Tibbetts, a University of Iowa student whose body was found this week.
Brazil Flirts With a Return to the Dark Days

Brazil Flirts With a Return to the Dark Days

Jair Bolsonaro, the presidential candidate of the Brazilian Social Liberal Party, in Sao Paulo this month.
Violence, Crime, Drugs: These G.O.P. Messages Go Grim

Violence, Crime, Drugs: These G.O.P. Messages Go Grim

Scenes from "Trump @ War," a new film by Stephen K. Bannon.
The High End: An Artful Makeover for Two Bushwick Blocks

The High End: An Artful Makeover for Two Bushwick Blocks

Denizen Bushwick is a rental complex made up of two eight-story buildings with a public passageway in between.
Old Zimbabwe Is the New Zimbabwe

Old Zimbabwe Is the New Zimbabwe

Zimbabwean anti-riot police officers at the Rainbow Towers where the election’s results were announced, as supporters of the opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), protest against
A Leader in the War on Poverty Opens a New Front: Pollution

A Leader in the War on Poverty Opens a New Front: Pollution

The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II at the Shiloh Baptist Church in Greensboro, N.C. He says “ecological devastation” is a major concern for the nation’s poor.
No Saudi Aramco I.P.O.? No Problem, Potentially, for Saudi Arabia’s Investment Dreams

No Saudi Aramco I.P.O.? No Problem, Potentially, for Saudi Arabia’s Investment Dreams

An employee walks away from a Saudi Aramco oil tank. The company could still feature in Saudi Arabia’s investment vision.
Troy Balderson, Ohio Republican, Wins Special Election for House Seat

Troy Balderson, Ohio Republican, Wins Special Election for House Seat

Troy Balderson, a Republican state senator in Ohio running for a House seat, was endorsed by President Trump and Gov. John Kasich.
Trump Asks Pompeo to Cancel North Korea Trip, Pointing to Stalled Diplomacy

Trump Asks Pompeo to Cancel North Korea Trip, Pointing to Stalled Diplomacy

President Trump said he had asked Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, to cancel next week’s trip to North Korea.
Tennis Has Become a Presence in Brooklyn’s Housing Projects

Tennis Has Become a Presence in Brooklyn’s Housing Projects

Katelynn Espinosa raised the trophy after her team won a public-housing tennis tournament last month.
My WORKOUT: How One Silicon Valley C.E.O. Masters Work-Life Balance

My WORKOUT: How One Silicon Valley C.E.O. Masters Work-Life Balance

Chris O’Neill, the chief executive of Evernote, with his battle ropes.