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Square Feet: Aging Hong Kong Waterfront Gets a Face-Lift

Square Feet: Aging Hong Kong Waterfront Gets a Face-Lift

Victoria Dockside, a development perched on the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula overlooking Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong, includes the K11 Atelier business tower and K11 Musea.
How McKinsey Lost Its Way in South Africa

How McKinsey Lost Its Way in South Africa

The McKinsey & Company offices in Sandton, Johannesburg’s financial center. In 2015, the consulting giant entered into a contract that turned out to be illegal.
Iceland’s Chant Is Mighty, but It Comes From Scotland — via Hollywood

Iceland’s Chant Is Mighty, but It Comes From Scotland — via Hollywood

A powerful rendition of the Viking Thunder Clap rang out during Iceland’s first match at the World Cup, against Argentina. The game ended in a tie.

ScienceTake: How Spiders Fly

Gossamer strands of spider silk serve as balloons to carry spiders far afield.
Op-Ed Columnist: Public Shaming Feels Good. That’s No Reason to Do It.

Op-Ed Columnist: Public Shaming Feels Good. That’s No Reason to Do It.

Maxine Waters caused controversy Monday night when she encouraged voters to take inspiration from the recent public shaming of Trump administration officials.
Category Is … Filmmaker Realness

Category Is … Filmmaker Realness

Elegance Bratton, a documentary filmmaker, at a friend's apartment in Harlem.
For a 90-Minute Game, a Train Ride of 27 Hours

For a 90-Minute Game, a Train Ride of 27 Hours

Patrik Brunnberg, a Swedish fan, traveled on Train No. 118 from Moscow to Yekaterinburg.
Argentina Finds World Cup Salvation in Thriller Over Nigeria

Argentina Finds World Cup Salvation in Thriller Over Nigeria

Marcos Rojo gives Lionel Messi a ride after scoring late in the game.
Croatia Crushes Iceland’s World Cup Dream

Croatia Crushes Iceland’s World Cup Dream

Croatia's Milan Badelj after scoring their first goal against Iceland.
Abortion and Travel Ban Rulings Are Victory for G.O.P. Tactics on Gorsuch

Abortion and Travel Ban Rulings Are Victory for G.O.P. Tactics on Gorsuch

Justice Neil M. Gorsuch at the Supreme Court in Washington last year.
On Comedy: The W. Kamau Bell Legacy: A Talk Show Five Years Ahead of Its Time

On Comedy: The W. Kamau Bell Legacy: A Talk Show Five Years Ahead of Its Time

W. Kamau Bell on "Totally Biased" in 2013. He had a gift for recruiting talent for the show.