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The First Time: Shirley Manson: The First Time I Cut Myself

The First Time: Shirley Manson: The First Time I Cut Myself

The singer Shirley Manson’s band Garbage just released a 20th anniversary reissue of its second album, “Version 2.0.”
Lens: Susan Meiselas: Breaching Boundaries in Photography

Lens: Susan Meiselas: Breaching Boundaries in Photography

Wedding reception in the countryside, Santiago Nonualco, El Salvador, 1983.
Archbishop Philip Wilson Is Sentenced for Sexual Abuse Cover-Up in Australia

Archbishop Philip Wilson Is Sentenced for Sexual Abuse Cover-Up in Australia

Archbishop Philip Wilson of Adelaide, Australia, was sentenced Tuesday for covering up a claim of sexual abuse dating back decades.
The Political Earthquake About to Hit Germany

The Political Earthquake About to Hit Germany

German Chancellor Angela Merkel leaves a press conference after a Christian Democratic Union's (CDU) board meeting at the party's headquarters Konrad-Adenauer-Haus, in Berlin, Germany, last month.
Move Over, Lenin: Make Room for the Computer Keyboard

Move Over, Lenin: Make Room for the Computer Keyboard

This replica of an IBM keyboard, known to locals as Klava, was erected in 2005.
Russia Relaxes, for a Moment, to Let Soccer Fans Rejoice

Russia Relaxes, for a Moment, to Let Soccer Fans Rejoice

Russia fans celebrated a goal by Artem Dzyuba while watching a live telecast of a match between Spain and Russia on Sunday.
Annapolis Shooting Suspect Wanted to ‘Kill Every Person’ in Newsroom, Letter States

Annapolis Shooting Suspect Wanted to ‘Kill Every Person’ in Newsroom, Letter States

A makeshift memorial outside the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis, Md., where five employees were shot to death last Thursday.
If Demographics Are Destiny, Why Can’t Democrats Win This Denver District?

If Demographics Are Destiny, Why Can’t Democrats Win This Denver District?

Soupany Saignaphone, left, and her father Soukanh, who emigrated from Laos, dropped off their primary ballots in Aurora, Colo., part of the Sixth Congressional District.
Bomb Rattles an Afghan Minority So Small ‘No One Is a Stranger’

Bomb Rattles an Afghan Minority So Small ‘No One Is a Stranger’

Afghan Sikhs carried the coffin containing the remains of the parliamentary candidate Avtar Singh Khalsa to a cremation site in Kabul on Monday.
Paris Beckons as a Fare War Turns Europe Into a Bargain

Paris Beckons as a Fare War Turns Europe Into a Bargain

Planes at Los Angeles International Airport. Part of the reason for cheap airfares is new, more fuel-efficient planes.
Brawl Mars FIBA Qualifier Between the Philippines and Australia

Brawl Mars FIBA Qualifier Between the Philippines and Australia

Matthew Wright of the Philippines threw a punch at Australia’s Daniel Kickert during a brawl that broke out in their FIBA World Cup qualifier game on Monday.
Former E.P.A. Aide Says Pruitt Asked Her to Help Find Work for His Wife

Former E.P.A. Aide Says Pruitt Asked Her to Help Find Work for His Wife

Scott Pruitt, the E.P.A. administrator, addressing a congressional budget hearing earlier this year.
China Warns Its Tourists: Beware Gun Violence in America

China Warns Its Tourists: Beware Gun Violence in America

Guns confiscated from a gang were displayed by the police during a news conference last week in New York.
Op-Ed Columnist: Women Might Save America Yet

Op-Ed Columnist: Women Might Save America Yet

Erin Gabriel in her home in Clinton, Pennsylvania.
A New Path in Mexico

A New Path in Mexico

The shadow of Andres Manuel Lopez was cast on a screen Sunday as he gave his first victory speech as president-elect at his campaign headquarters in Mexico City.
3-Year-Old Dies After Mass Stabbing at Her Birthday Party, Authorities Say

3-Year-Old Dies After Mass Stabbing at Her Birthday Party, Authorities Say

The apartment complex in Boise, Idaho, where a man stabbed nine people over the weekend is a diverse community, home to refugees and families with children.