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Climate change protesters announce shift to political negotiations after week-long demonstrations in London

By Anna Hopkins

The protesters who glued themselves to trains and stopped traffic for days in London are having a change of heart and have announced that they plan to shift towards political activism moving forward.

Climate change protesters announce shift to political negotiations after week-long demonstrations in London

By Anna Hopkins

The protesters who glued themselves to trains and stopped traffic for days in London are having a change of heart and have announced that they plan to shift towards political activism moving forward.

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Bloody Ax Recovered as Man Arrested in Gruesome Brooklyn Murder

By ALI WINSTON

A woman was killed and another woman seriously injured in what the police said was a “terrible, vicious attack” that left both victims with deep lacerations.

Breanna Stewart Shows the Toll of Pro Women’s Basketball’s Never-Ending Grind

By HOWARD MEGDAL

Stewart, like many women, plays overseas in the W.N.B.A.’s off-season to earn more money. But the endless season takes a mental toll and, as an injured Stewart shows, a physical one.

Nonfiction: A Meditation on Our Relationship to the Landscapes We Inhabit

By MICHAEL KIMMELMAN

In “The Absent Hand,” Suzannah Lessard dissects a diverse swath of America, looking to understand the malls, green expanses and urban sprawl that surround us.

Breanna Stewart Shows the Toll of Pro Women’s Basketball’s Never-Ending Grind

By HOWARD MEGDAL

Stewart, like many women, plays overseas in the W.N.B.A.’s off-season to earn more money. But the endless season takes a mental toll and, as an injured Stewart shows, a physical one.

Couple Who Tortured 12 Children in Their California Home Are Sentenced to Life

By ANEMONA HARTOCOLLIS

The couple starved, beat and shackled their children to their beds. Their crimes were only discovered when one child found the courage to escape and call for help.

South Carolina fifth grader died due to natural causes, not fight with fellow student, prosecutor says

By Anna Hopkins

The death of South Carolina fifth grader Raniya Wright, who died shortly after a fight with another student at her elementary school last month, was due to natural causes, a prosecutor said on Friday

Rep. Nadler is mistaken if he thinks he'll find a smoking gun in unredacted report: Tom Dupree

By Anna Hopkins

Rep. Jerry Nadler predictably subpoenaed an unredacted version of the Mueller report on Wednesday, and Former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Tom Dupree has warned that if the House Judiciary Charman is expecting a "smoking gun" beneath the redactions, he likely won't find it.

Rep. Nadler is mistaken if he thinks he'll find a smoking gun in unredacted report: Tom Dupree

By Anna Hopkins

Rep. Jerry Nadler predictably subpoenaed an unredacted version of the Mueller report on Wednesday, and Former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Tom Dupree has warned that if the House Judiciary Charman is expecting a "smoking gun" beneath the redactions, he likely won't find it.

Dan Bongino: Ex-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is liable in aftermath of Mueller report

By Anna Hopkins

Fox News contributor and former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino has slammed former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe's defense of the Mueller report and argues that McCabe himself is "uniquely liable" in the aftermath of the report's release.

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