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Lions Eat Men Suspected of Poaching Rhinos. Some Saw ‘Karma.’

Lions Eat Men Suspected of Poaching Rhinos. Some Saw ‘Karma.’

Dehorned rhino bulls in South Africa. The country is home to about 20,000 wild rhinos, more than 80 percent of the world’s population.
Nawaz Sharif, Ex-Pakistani Leader, Is Sentenced to Prison for Corruption

Nawaz Sharif, Ex-Pakistani Leader, Is Sentenced to Prison for Corruption

Nawaz Sharif, the former prime minister of Pakistan, leaving court in Islamabad in December.
Proof of Children’s Vaccinations? Italy Will Now Take Parents’ Word for It

Proof of Children’s Vaccinations? Italy Will Now Take Parents’ Word for It

Dr. Roberto Ieraci vaccinating a child in Rome this year. Vaccination rates in Italy and elsewhere in Europe are lower than in the United States.
Employers’ Hiring Push Brings Workers Off the Bench

Employers’ Hiring Push Brings Workers Off the Bench

Crews working on a tunnel project in Roanoke County, Va. The demand for workers has brought some Americans back into the labor force and encouraged an increasing number of others to switch jobs.
What Mandela Lost

What Mandela Lost

Nelson Mandela two days after his release after 27 years as a political prisoner.
‘Hope Is a Powerful Weapon’: Unpublished Mandela Prison Letters

‘Hope Is a Powerful Weapon’: Unpublished Mandela Prison Letters

Photos of Nelson and Winnie Mandela on their wedding day in June 1958.
<div>Baby Was Sold at Indian Shelter Tied to Mother Teresa, Police Say</div>

<div>Baby Was Sold at Indian Shelter Tied to Mother Teresa, Police Say</div>

A worker at a shelter for pregnant women in Ranchi, India, said she had sold four babies there in recent months, according to the police. The facility is run by the Missionaries of Charity, an
How Control of Congress Could Swing on a Fight to Repeal California’s Gas Tax

How Control of Congress Could Swing on a Fight to Repeal California’s Gas Tax

A gas tax, which went into effect in November, was intended to finance road improvements, including part of Interstate 10 in Los Angeles.
China Strikes Back at Trump’s Tariffs, but Its Consumers Worry

China Strikes Back at Trump’s Tariffs, but Its Consumers Worry

A worker packing bottles of oil made from imported American soybeans at a factory in Qufu, China, on Wednesday. One-third of China’s soy imports last year came from the United States.
40 Years Later, Martina Navratilova Remembers 1st Wimbledon Win

40 Years Later, Martina Navratilova Remembers 1st Wimbledon Win

Martina Navratilova receiving the Wimbledon women's singles trophy from the Duchess of Kent in 1978.
Trade War, Thailand, World Cup: Your Friday Briefing

Trade War, Thailand, World Cup: Your Friday Briefing

Scott Pruitt, who resigned as head of the Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday, could not overcome questions about his alleged spending abuses, first-class travel and cozy relationships with
Pruitt’s Resignation Is Just the Beginning

Pruitt’s Resignation Is Just the Beginning

Scott Pruitt watched as President Trump spoke to cabinet members at a meeting last month.
Making America Unemployed Again

Making America Unemployed Again

A Harley-Davidson motorcycle engine being assembled at the company’s powertrain operations plant in Menomonee Falls, Wis.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Down and Out in San Francisco on $117,000

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Down and Out in San Francisco on $117,000

London Breed campaigning for mayor in San Francisco. Elected last month, she has vowed to remove homeless encampments from the city within a year.
If It’s on ‘Love Island,’ Britain’s Talking About It

If It’s on ‘Love Island,’ Britain’s Talking About It

Foreground, from left, Adam Collard, Rosie Anna Williams, Alex George and Samira Mighty on the British reality show hit “Love Island.”
The Rise of the Stressed-Out Urban Camper

The Rise of the Stressed-Out Urban Camper

“The views are fantastic,” said Damon Willmott of Brooklyn, who had booked two tents for his family of four on Governors Island. “It’s great somebody’s done this in New York.”
New Buildings Rise in Flood Zones

New Buildings Rise in Flood Zones

A rendering of the proposed Plaxall rezoning of Anable Basin in Long Island City.
Amy McGrath Set Her Sights on the Marines and Now Congress. Her Mother Is the Reason.

Amy McGrath Set Her Sights on the Marines and Now Congress. Her Mother Is the Reason.

Dr. Marianne McGrath, the mother of the congressional candidate Amy McGrath, at her home in Edgewood, Ky. “Did I think she would run for office? No,” Dr. McGrath said. “Not until this last