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A Gas Pipeline to Italy? Five Star Backers Sense a Betrayal

A Gas Pipeline to Italy? Five Star Backers Sense a Betrayal

Opponents fear the 545-mile, $5.2 billion gas pipeline running from the Caspian Sea through Italy would disturb the beach in San Foca, Italy.
Australian Tourist’s Death Renews Cyclist Calls for Safer Lanes

Australian Tourist’s Death Renews Cyclist Calls for Safer Lanes

The garbage truck remained at the accident scene on Central Park West, where Madison Jane Lyden, a 23-year-old cyclist visiting from Australia, was killed on Friday on the Upper West Side of
The Rise and Fall of Paul Manafort: Greed, Deception and Ego

The Rise and Fall of Paul Manafort: Greed, Deception and Ego

The arc of Paul Manafort’s life has taken him from the son of a small-town mayor to a jet-setting international political consultant to Trump campaign chairman and now to prisoner in a Virginia jail
Turkish Regulators Step In to Deal With Fall in Lira

Turkish Regulators Step In to Deal With Fall in Lira

President Tayyip Erdogan meeting with supporters in Trabzon, Turkey, on Sunday.
China Seeks Influence in Europe, One Business Deal at a Time

China Seeks Influence in Europe, One Business Deal at a Time

The Chinese president Xi Jinping, center right, welcoming Milos Zeman, his Czech counterpart, center left, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing in 2015. Ye Jianming, far left, headed CEFC China
Taliban Kill More Than 200 Afghan Defenders on 4 Fronts: ‘a Catastrophe’

Taliban Kill More Than 200 Afghan Defenders on 4 Fronts: ‘a Catastrophe’

An Afghan soldier at a checkpoint on the Ghazni highway, in Maidan Shar, Afghanistan, on Sunday.
In Jordan, Shootout Kills 4 From Security Forces and 3 Militants

In Jordan, Shootout Kills 4 From Security Forces and 3 Militants

Security forces near a damaged building in the city of Salt, Jordan, where a raid killed three militants. Four security personnel also died in the assault.
Trump’s National Security Claim for Tariffs Sets Off Crisis at W.T.O.

Trump’s National Security Claim for Tariffs Sets Off Crisis at W.T.O.

The World Trade Organization’s headquarters in Geneva. The group has been thrust into an uncomfortable position by President Trump’s sweeping steel and aluminum tariffs.
Omarosa Manigault Newman Taped Her Firing by John Kelly

Omarosa Manigault Newman Taped Her Firing by John Kelly

Omarosa Manigault Newman said that she had recorded conversations because “this is a White House where everybody lies.”
Brooks Koepka Holds Off Tiger Woods to Win P.G.A. Championship

Brooks Koepka Holds Off Tiger Woods to Win P.G.A. Championship

Brooks Koepka’s 72-hole total of 16-under 264 bettered by one stroke the P.G.A. Championship’s absolute scoring record, set in 2001 by David Toms.

White Nationalists and Counterprotesters Rally in Washington, D.C.

Thousands of people confronted a small group of white nationalists near the White House on Sunday. In Charlottesville, Va., a gathering honored Heather Heyer, who was killed by a neo-Nazi there a year
America Has Stopped Being a Civilized Nation

America Has Stopped Being a Civilized Nation

Anti-death penalty protesters outside of the Riverbend Maximum Security Institution before the execution of Billy Ray Irick in Nashville on Aug. 9.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Wrong Way to Do Paid Family Leave

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Wrong Way to Do Paid Family Leave

In a bill proposed by Senator Marco Rubio, parents would have to delay retirement or reduce their Social Security benefits to cover the cost of taking parental or family leave.
Trump and Comey Had ‘No Conversation About Michael Flynn,’ Giuliani Says

Trump and Comey Had ‘No Conversation About Michael Flynn,’ Giuliani Says

Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s lawyer, contradicted a memo by James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, as well as his own previous comments.
Richard Russell Stole a Plane in Seattle and Crashed It. How’d He Learn to Fly?

Richard Russell Stole a Plane in Seattle and Crashed It. How’d He Learn to Fly?

The site on Ketron Island, near Seattle, where Richard B. Russell, a ground service agent employed by Horizon Air, crashed a stolen Q400 turboprop aircraft on Friday.
These Boxers Fight With Cords Wrapped Around Their Fists. Crowds Love It.

These Boxers Fight With Cords Wrapped Around Their Fists. Crowds Love It.

The dambe boxer Tijjani Zakari wrapped his arm in cord before a fight during the Nigeria Traditional Boxing League season finals. Traditional dambe fighting is making a comeback, but concerns have
V.S. Naipaul, My Wonderful, Cruel Friend

V.S. Naipaul, My Wonderful, Cruel Friend

V.S. Naipaul in 2001, the year he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.