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Jocks Rule, Nerds Drool

It’s time to update our stereotypes.
Brian Kemp, Enemy of Democracy

Brian Kemp, Enemy of Democracy

The Republican nominee for governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp, at a rally in July.
A Quebec Comedian Is Happy to Offend in Any Language

A Quebec Comedian Is Happy to Offend in Any Language

“Humor allows you to address taboos,” says Samir Khullar, who performs as Sugar Sammy. “In Quebec, the ultimate taboo is identity.”
Books News: How a Young War Veteran Became a Serial Bank Robber, Then a Novelist

Books News: How a Young War Veteran Became a Serial Bank Robber, Then a Novelist

Nico Walker, whose new novel draws heavily on his own experience of war and its aftermath.
The Stone: The Humanity We Can’t Relinquish

The Stone: The Humanity We Can’t Relinquish

A robot of Doraemon, one of Japan’s cultural ambassadors, at Taobao City in Hangzhou, China, in 2015.

Video: Stolen Plane Flown by Possibly Suicidal Airline Employee

A ground service agent at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport flew a stolen turboprop for just under an hour before eventually crashing 30 miles away. There were no other passengers on board.
Burying ‘One Child’ Limits, China Pushes Women to Have More Babies

Burying ‘One Child’ Limits, China Pushes Women to Have More Babies

A nurse taking care of a newborn this month in Beijing. Almost three years after easing its “one child” policy, the Chinese government is trying to stimulate a baby boom.
The Stone: There Will Never Be an Age of Artificial Intimacy

The Stone: There Will Never Be an Age of Artificial Intimacy

A robotic hand and a human hand in Boston, Massachusetts on August 8, 2018.
Back-to-School Shopping for Districts: Armed Guards, Cameras and Metal Detectors

Back-to-School Shopping for Districts: Armed Guards, Cameras and Metal Detectors

A police officer outside newly installed portable classrooms at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
Representative Chris Collins Suspends Bid for Re-election After Insider Trading Charges

Representative Chris Collins Suspends Bid for Re-election After Insider Trading Charges

Representative Chris Collins leaving Federal Court in New York on Wednesday.
Weekend Reads: Those Terrible Teenage Years

Weekend Reads: Those Terrible Teenage Years

Elsie Fisher as Kayla in the film “Eighth Grade.”
How Civil Must America Be?

How Civil Must America Be?

A billboard advertising Brownells Retail Store sits on the side of Interstate 80 in Grinnell, Iowa.
Airline Failed to Act After Pilot Posted Racy Photos of United Flight Attendant, U.S. Says

Airline Failed to Act After Pilot Posted Racy Photos of United Flight Attendant, U.S. Says

United Airlines is being sued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for what the agency calls sexual harassment in the workplace.
‘So, So Jaded’: The Campaign to Stop Brett Kavanaugh Struggles for Liftoff

‘So, So Jaded’: The Campaign to Stop Brett Kavanaugh Struggles for Liftoff

A demonstration against the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh outside the Capitol this month.
A Judge Blocked a Medicaid Work Requirement. The White House Is Undeterred.

A Judge Blocked a Medicaid Work Requirement. The White House Is Undeterred.

Trump administration officials say they will still allow states to impose work requirements on Medicaid beneficiaries.
Op-Ed Columnist: Partying Like It’s 1998

Op-Ed Columnist: Partying Like It’s 1998

Counting Turkish lira at a currency exchange office in Istanbul on Wednesday.