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Mars, Zimbabwe, Alex Trebek: Your Tuesday Briefing

Mars, Zimbabwe, Alex Trebek: Your Tuesday Briefing

Ana Carolina Fernandes was separated from her 5-year-old son, Thiago, when they arrived in the U.S. from Brazil. They have started a new life together in Philadelphia, but he isn’t the same, she said.
The City of My Birth in India Is Becoming a Climate Casualty. It Didn’t Have to Be.

The City of My Birth in India Is Becoming a Climate Casualty. It Didn’t Have to Be.

Kolkata’s wetlands provide a natural defense against flooding, but many are clogged or being built over.

A Census Question That Could Change How Power Is Divided in America

“Is this person a citizen?” The answer could mean less representation for populous states and big cities.
Common Sense: Key Question for Les Moonves of CBS: What Were You Thinking?

Common Sense: Key Question for Les Moonves of CBS: What Were You Thinking?

Despite rumors of sexual-harassment allegations involving CBS’s chief executive, Leslie Moonves, the CBS board authorized a lawsuit against the company’s controlling shareholder.
The 52 Places Traveler: Places 26 and 27: Summer in France, in Two Very Different Ways

The 52 Places Traveler: Places 26 and 27: Summer in France, in Two Very Different Ways

Scenes from Megève, France. Clockwise from top right: a Rochebrune cable car from the 1970s, set in a traffic roundabout in the center of town; the Hotel Chalet St. George and its restaurant, La Table
Trump Is Putting Indelible Conservative Stamp on Judiciary

Trump Is Putting Indelible Conservative Stamp on Judiciary

President Trump with Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh and his family this month at the White House. If Judge Kavanaugh is confirmed as a Supreme Court justice, it would tilt the balance of the court.
Nonfiction: What Happened When Fracking Came to Town

Nonfiction: What Happened When Fracking Came to Town

A gas drilling well pad behind a farmhouse in Fairdale, Pa., in 2011.
Nonfiction: The Worst Drug Crisis in American History

Nonfiction: The Worst Drug Crisis in American History

A memorial wall remembering local victims of drug use and drug-related violence in Portsmouth, Ohio, 2012.
How One Agency Built a Multimillion-Dollar Business in Migrant Children

How One Agency Built a Multimillion-Dollar Business in Migrant Children

A group of children thought to have been taken from their parents at the Southwest border played soccer near the West Harlem location of the Cayuga Centers child welfare agency.
In Cambodia, Dissenting Voters Find Ways to Say ‘None of the Above’

In Cambodia, Dissenting Voters Find Ways to Say ‘None of the Above’

The government pressured Cambodians into voting in Sunday’s national election, which was widely dismissed as illegitimate. Hundreds of thousands cast inadmissible ballots, the National Election
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Wants Accountability for His Accused Boss, Les Moonves

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Wants Accountability for His Accused Boss, Les Moonves

Stephen Colbert said of his boss: “I like working for him. But accountability is meaningless unless it’s for everybody.”
A Migrant Boy Rejoins His Mother, but He’s Not the Same

A Migrant Boy Rejoins His Mother, but He’s Not the Same

Thiago, 5, retreats into a closet at his new home in Philadelphia. Nearly two months after being separated from his mother at the Southwest border, he was reunited with her earlier this month.
Philippine Bombing Kills 10, Showing Insurgents Remain a Problem

Philippine Bombing Kills 10, Showing Insurgents Remain a Problem

A Filipino soldier at a military checkpoint in Basilan, the Philippines, after an attack on Monday.
Brexit Plans Raise Fears of Food Shortages and Jammed Ports

Brexit Plans Raise Fears of Food Shortages and Jammed Ports

The port of Dover in 2016, under heightened entry checks. Thousands of trucks pass through the port every day, and Britain sources over 40 percent of its food from abroad. Delays at the port are
Four People, Including a 5-Year-Old Boy, Are Shot and Killed in Queens

Four People, Including a 5-Year-Old Boy, Are Shot and Killed in Queens

The police at an apartment building in Queens where where four people, including a child, were fatally shot on Monday night. The authorities were investigating the killings as a murder-suicide.