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Puerto Rican Government Acknowledges Hurricane Death Toll of 1,427

Puerto Rican Government Acknowledges Hurricane Death Toll of 1,427

Hundreds of pairs of shoes in San Juan, P.R., paid tribute to the victims of Hurricane Maria. The storm’s official death toll of 64 has not yet been changed.
Does Sacha Baron Cohen Understand Israel?

Does Sacha Baron Cohen Understand Israel?

Sacha Baron Cohen, right, as Col. Erran Morad, and the gun rights activist Philip Van Cleave on “Who Is America?”
Trilobites: Something Digs Intricate Tunnels in Garnets. Is It Alive?

Trilobites: Something Digs Intricate Tunnels in Garnets. Is It Alive?

Microscopic tubular structures found within red garnets may be caused by the burrowing of microorganisms.
Jarrod Lyle, Golfer Who Played On Despite Cancer, Dies at 36

Jarrod Lyle, Golfer Who Played On Despite Cancer, Dies at 36

Jarrod Lyle of Australia at the Frys.com Open in Napa, Calif., in 2015. He played in more than 120 P.G.A. tournaments.
On Golf: Meet Golf’s Odd Couple: Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson

On Golf: Meet Golf’s Odd Couple: Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson

Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods during a practice round together last week before a World Golf Championships event in Akron, Ohio.
Willow Creek Church’s Top Leadership Resigns Over Allegations Against Bill Hybels

Willow Creek Church’s Top Leadership Resigns Over Allegations Against Bill Hybels

The founding pastor of Willow Creek Community Church, the Rev. Bill Hybels, right, who resigned in April, in an undated photograph with his two successors, the Rev. Steve Carter, who stepped down on
Rite Aid and Albertsons Agree to Call Off Merger in Face of Opposition

Rite Aid and Albertsons Agree to Call Off Merger in Face of Opposition

The Rite Aid pharmacy chain called off a merger with Albertsons on the eve of a special meeting of Rite Aid shareholders to consider the deal.
Joseph Kabila, Congo Strongman, Will Step Down After 17 Years in Power

Joseph Kabila, Congo Strongman, Will Step Down After 17 Years in Power

Joseph Kabila, shown speaking before Parliament in Kinshasa last month, announced Wednesday that he will not seek a third term as President.
Margot Kidder’s Death Was a Suicide, Coroner Says

Margot Kidder’s Death Was a Suicide, Coroner Says

Margot Kidder, seen in 2000, died in May as a result of what a coroner said was a “self-inflicted drug and alcohol overdose.”
In Ferguson, a New Prosecutor ‘Gives Us Hope’ 4 Years After Shooting

In Ferguson, a New Prosecutor ‘Gives Us Hope’ 4 Years After Shooting

Wesley Bell, a lawyer and the son of a police officer, developed a national profile as a criminal justice reformer in the wake of the Michael Brown shooting and unrest in Ferguson, Mo. On Tuesday, he
The Bad Boys Club

The Bad Boys Club

Donald Trump Jr. delivering a speech on the second day of the Republican National Convention on July 19, 2016.
The Interpreter: With Alex Jones, Facebook’s Worst Demons Abroad Begin to Come Home

The Interpreter: With Alex Jones, Facebook’s Worst Demons Abroad Begin to Come Home

Alex Jones at a Trump rally during the 2016 presidential campaign. Facebook has removed pages belonging to Mr. Jones, a conspiracy theorist.
N.J. Transit: We Let You Down. And It’s Not Over Yet.

N.J. Transit: We Let You Down. And It’s Not Over Yet.

New Jersey Transit railroad passengers waiting at Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan. The railroad has canceled dozens of trains this summer because of a lack of engineers, infuriating commuters.
News Analysis: Trump Claims Election Night Credit. It’s Not That Simple.

News Analysis: Trump Claims Election Night Credit. It’s Not That Simple.

President Trump bragged about “a big turn for the better” in Troy Balderson’s House campaign after the president held a boisterous get-out-the-vote rally in Ohio on Saturday night.
Tech Companies Banned Infowars. Now, Its App Is Trending.

Tech Companies Banned Infowars. Now, Its App Is Trending.

The Infowars app includes news articles and shows from the conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

Playing Catch-Up With Walmart, Amazon Offers Digital Grocery Pickup at Whole Foods

Amazon said its Whole Foods stores would let customers order groceries online and pick them up in person. Walmart already offers that service at nearly 1,800 stores.