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Zimbabwe’s Opposition Calls Vote Results ‘Fraudulent’ in Tense Aftermath

Zimbabwe’s Opposition Calls Vote Results ‘Fraudulent’ in Tense Aftermath

The police tried to break up a news conference for the opposition leader Nelson Chamisa. The event was eventually allowed to continue.
The Saturday Profile: Star Athlete Is Injured in Egg Attack, and Italy Debates ‘a Racism Emergency’

The Saturday Profile: Star Athlete Is Injured in Egg Attack, and Italy Debates ‘a Racism Emergency’

The Italian discus thrower Daisy Osakue addressed the media outside the hospital in Turin on Monday after she was hit in the face by an egg hurled from a car.
Man Is Arrested After Taunting Bison at Yellowstone, Park Officials Say

Man Is Arrested After Taunting Bison at Yellowstone, Park Officials Say

A man was caught on video taunting a bison at Yellowstone National Park earlier this week. He was arrested on Thursday at another national park, after a warrant was put out for his arrest.
The Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

The Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

There is evidence that Paul Manafort saw the Trump campaign as a way to boost his stature and eventually gain more work for foreign clients.
Some Separated Children Will Go Home, Despite Government’s Failure to Act

Some Separated Children Will Go Home, Despite Government’s Failure to Act

Children separated from their parents at the Cayuga Centers in East Harlem on July 27.
Judge Upholds Order for Trump Administration to Restore DACA

Judge Upholds Order for Trump Administration to Restore DACA

Protestors rallied to support the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in Washington last year. In April, a federal judge ordered the Trump administration to fully restore the program.
Paul Manafort’s Accountant Testifies She Helped Alter Financial Documents

Paul Manafort’s Accountant Testifies She Helped Alter Financial Documents

Cynthia Laporta, a Virginia tax accountant, said she altered records for Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, because she was trying to protect her firm, KWC.
There’s Trump’s Foreign Policy and Then There’s His Administration’s

There’s Trump’s Foreign Policy and Then There’s His Administration’s

The president’s press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and top national security officials at the White House press briefing room on Thursday.
Nia Wilson, Killed at BART Station, Is Remembered: ‘No Peace Without Justice’

Nia Wilson, Killed at BART Station, Is Remembered: ‘No Peace Without Justice’

The funeral for 18-year-old Nia Wilson in Oakland, Calif., on Friday. Ms. Wilson was fatally stabbed on a Bay Area Rapid Transit platform on July 22.
Paul Manafort Was Deep in Debt. He Saw an Opportunity in Trump.

Paul Manafort Was Deep in Debt. He Saw an Opportunity in Trump.

There is evidence that Paul Manafort saw the Trump campaign as a way to boost his stature and eventually gain more work for foreign clients.
Weinstein Releases Emails Suggesting Long Relationship With Accuser

Weinstein Releases Emails Suggesting Long Relationship With Accuser

Harvey Weinstein, the movie producer, is arguing that a woman accusing him of rape had a consensual relationship with him.
The Children at the Trump Rallies

The Children at the Trump Rallies

The Make America Great Again rally in Pennsylvania on Thursday echoed the hostility of campaign events during Donald Trump's run for president.
Las Vegas Police Release Final Report on Massacre, With Still No Idea of Motive

Las Vegas Police Release Final Report on Massacre, With Still No Idea of Motive

A memorial on the corner of Sahara Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard after the October mass shooting. A 187-page report examining the attack determined that the gunman acted alone.