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In Duterte’s Philippines, Having a Beer Can Now Land You in Jail

In Duterte’s Philippines, Having a Beer Can Now Land You in Jail

Edwin Panis, 45, was arrested in June for drinking outdoors in a Manila slum, part of a police crackdown on minor infractions. “The war on drugs has become a war on drunks,” he said.
With Brexit Deadlocked, Britain Stares Over a Cliff

With Brexit Deadlocked, Britain Stares Over a Cliff

Anti-Brexit protesters outside the Houses of Parliament in London this month. For months, the consuming political narrative has been the fight within the Conservative Party.
Jay-Z Criticizes Philadelphia Over Displaced Festival

Jay-Z Criticizes Philadelphia Over Displaced Festival

“I love Jay-Z,” Philadelphia’s mayor said this week. But after the city announced that the rapper’s music festival would have to move from the iconic Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the feeling isn’t
California Wants to Reinvent the Power Grid. So What Could Go Wrong?

California Wants to Reinvent the Power Grid. So What Could Go Wrong?

The grid control center of the California Independent System Operator in Folsom, Calif.
Library Cards Rival Golden Tickets With Culture Pass Option

Library Cards Rival Golden Tickets With Culture Pass Option

The New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue. Patrons inspired by the new Culture Pass program applied for library cards in droves this week.
The Pour: How Climate Change Has Altered the Way Cristal Champagne Is Made

The Pour: How Climate Change Has Altered the Way Cristal Champagne Is Made

Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon, the chef de cave at Louis Roederer Champagne, implemented a plan three decades ago to help ward off the effects of climate change on the vineyards used to make Cristal
When Donald Met Vladimir: The Transcript

When Donald Met Vladimir: The Transcript

President Trump and President Vladimir Putin of Russia before their meeting in Helsinki, Finland, on Monday.
Trump Doubles Down on Russia. The Spies Shake Their Heads in Disbelief.

Trump Doubles Down on Russia. The Spies Shake Their Heads in Disbelief.

President Trump’s pursuit of warmer relations with Russia has grown increasingly at odds with his administration’s policies of isolating Moscow.
Got $250? You Can Go to Sean Spicer’s Book Party

Got $250? You Can Go to Sean Spicer’s Book Party

Sean Spicer, the former White House press secretary, is emblematic of a lengthening list of former Trump administration officials who have faced challenges finding a second act.
Ta-Nehisi Coates Is Leaving The Atlantic

Ta-Nehisi Coates Is Leaving The Atlantic

Ta-Nehisi Coates in his New York City apartment in 2017.
Israel Cements Right-Wing Agenda in a Furious Week of Lawmaking

Israel Cements Right-Wing Agenda in a Furious Week of Lawmaking

Members of Israel’s Parliament with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this week after lawmakers passed a contentious bill that defines Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people.
Streaming: On Netflix, a Genuine Nail-Biter, and on Amazon, a Genuine Eccentric

Streaming: On Netflix, a Genuine Nail-Biter, and on Amazon, a Genuine Eccentric

Jack Lowden, left, and Martin McCann in the Scottish thriller “Calibre,” directed by Matt Palmer.
Surprise! The N.F.L. National Anthem Problem Is Not Going Away.

Surprise! The N.F.L. National Anthem Problem Is Not Going Away.

Miami Dolphins players knelt during the national anthem before their game against the Saints in London last year.
Fukushima’s Nuclear Imprint Is Found in California Wine (Drinkers, Don’t Panic)

Fukushima’s Nuclear Imprint Is Found in California Wine (Drinkers, Don’t Panic)

The Fukushima nuclear plant in 2016. It was hit by a tsunami after an earthquake in 2011, leading to a crisis that contaminated water and seafood in parts of Japan.
Trump Endorsement in Georgia Race Surprised, and Frustrated, Some Republicans

Trump Endorsement in Georgia Race Surprised, and Frustrated, Some Republicans

President Trump’s unexpected endorsement of Brian Kemp, the Georgia secretary of state who is running for governor, was only the latest example of him intervening in races with no warning to the party