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News Analysis: U.S.-China Clash at Asian Summit Was Over More Than Words

News Analysis: U.S.-China Clash at Asian Summit Was Over More Than Words

President Xi Jinping of China, center, at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, on Sunday.
Saudi King Stands by Crown Prince as Outrage Over Khashoggi Killing Spreads

Saudi King Stands by Crown Prince as Outrage Over Khashoggi Killing Spreads

King Salman of Saudi Arabia, right, in the country’s capital, Riyadh, on Monday. In his first public remarks since the dissident Jamal Khashoggi was killed in Istanbul last month, the king avoided
Another Season of Trouble in Sri Lanka

Another Season of Trouble in Sri Lanka

Mahinda Rajapaksa, prime minister of Sri Lanka, addressing the legislature on Thursday.
‘Like a Terror Movie’: How Climate Change Will Cause More Simultaneous Disasters

‘Like a Terror Movie’: How Climate Change Will Cause More Simultaneous Disasters

A seaside neighborhood in Mexico Beach, Fla., devastated by Hurricane Michael this year.
An Appraisal: William Goldman’s Journey From Page to Screen

An Appraisal: William Goldman’s Journey From Page to Screen

William Goldman, left, and Paddy Chayefsky with the Oscars presented to them by the novelist Norman Mailer.
Finding the Perfect Cocktail in Buenos Aires

Finding the Perfect Cocktail in Buenos Aires

Presidente opened last year in Buenos Aires and is one of the more stylish bars in the city.
Netanyahu’s Coalition in Israel Survives, for Now

Netanyahu’s Coalition in Israel Survives, for Now

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, center, in Jerusalem on Monday. He rebuked disaffected ministers in a televised address on Sunday.
Brenda Snipes, Broward County’s Embattled Elections Chief, to Resign

Brenda Snipes, Broward County’s Embattled Elections Chief, to Resign

Brenda C. Snipes said she would resign as the elections supervisor of Broward County, Fla., after a tumultuous recount of the midterm election results.
Libraries, Gardens, Museums. Oh, and a Clothing Store.

Libraries, Gardens, Museums. Oh, and a Clothing Store.

The T Galleria by DFS in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The almost 60-foot-long art installation hanging in the central atrium was inspired by the warm colors of Buddhist monks' robes.
Global Health: The Fight Against Malaria Has Reached a Standstill

Global Health: The Fight Against Malaria Has Reached a Standstill

A mother mourned her six-month-old daughter in Banki, Nigeria, who succumbed to malaria. Nigeria has a quarter of all the world’s malaria cases.
China, Nancy Pelosi, Pittsburgh Steelers: Your Monday Briefing

China, Nancy Pelosi, Pittsburgh Steelers: Your Monday Briefing

Chinese aerospace workers wore Long March-style costumes this year. Beijing and Washington have each deployed aggressive rhetoric reminiscent of that heard during the Cold War.
Nissan Chairman, Carlos Ghosn, Is Arrested Over Financial Misconduct Allegations

Nissan Chairman, Carlos Ghosn, Is Arrested Over Financial Misconduct Allegations

Carlos Ghosn arrived at Nissan in 1999, and was credited with saving the company from financial collapse.

Teenager Claims Body-Cams Show the Police Framed Him. What Do You See?

Police body-camera footage raises questions about an arrest on Staten Island and offers an up-close look at a common kind of encounter the public seldom sees.
New York Today: New York Today: Why Politicians Fear Snowstorms Even More Than You Do

New York Today: New York Today: Why Politicians Fear Snowstorms Even More Than You Do

Mayor Bill de Blasio shoveling the sidewalk in front of his house in January 2014.
Trump’s Border Stunt Is a Profound Betrayal of Our Military

Trump’s Border Stunt Is a Profound Betrayal of Our Military

American soldiers arriving at Base Camp Donna, one of multiple military bases being set up along the border with Mexico.
At Giorgio Armani’s Weekend Retreat, Live Swans and Gilded Arches

At Giorgio Armani’s Weekend Retreat, Live Swans and Gilded Arches

Giorgio Armani leans on an antique rocking horse in front of a Giovanni Battista Tiepolo painting in the dining room.
The Biggest, Richest Cities Won Amazon, and Everything Else. What Now for the Rest?

The Biggest, Richest Cities Won Amazon, and Everything Else. What Now for the Rest?

If economic growth is increasingly concentrated in a few big, wealthy cities, what are the prospects for smaller places like Tulsa, above? Policy experts have some ideas.
A $12 Billion Program to Help Farmers Stung by Trump’s Trade War Has Aided Few

A $12 Billion Program to Help Farmers Stung by Trump’s Trade War Has Aided Few

A soybean farm in Buda, Ill. American soybean sales to China — the world’s largest importer of soybeans — have plunged by 94 percent from last year’s harvest.