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Op-Art: An 18-Month-Old Victim in a Very Old Fight

By MALIK SAJAD

Renewed conflict in Kashmir is killing and blinding the young as politicians remain unwilling to find a just resolution to the old dispute.

In Chaotic Afghan Capital, Crackdown on Crime Is Turning Heads

By MUJIB MASHAL

From a systematic pursuit of the “pyramid of crime” to a ban on unruly armed men, new initiatives have brought a rare thing to Kabul: a whiff of optimism.

Background Check Bill Marks Gun Control as a Priority for House Democrats

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG

The bill, which would expand checks to almost all firearms sales, is almost certain to pass the House but faces long odds in the Republican-controlled Senate.

In Her words: 5 Reproductive Health Issues We Should Be Talking About

By MAYA SALAM

We asked readers which health topics they felt needed to be discussed openly, and got answers from an obstetrician-gynecologist.

In Her words: 5 Reproductive Health Issues We Should Be Talking About

By MAYA SALAM

We asked readers which health topics they felt needed to be discussed openly, and got answers from an obstetrician-gynecologist.

A β€˜Moral Dilemma’ After Las Vegas Massacre: Sell the Gunman’s Weapons, or Destroy Them

By SERGE F. KOVALESKI

Lawyers processing the estate of Stephen Paddock are facing a difficult question over what to do with his hoard of guns and accessories.

On College Basketball: A Mighty Tree Grows in Georgetown. It Belongs to Patrick Ewing and Alonzo Mourning.

By HARVEY ARATON

They were stars at Georgetown and in the N.B.A., where they were also fierce rivals. Now these classic big men and close friends are linked by Georgetown again.

A Call to Arms at the Supreme Court

By LINDA GREENHOUSE

Conservative judges worry that the Second Amendment has become “a second-class right.”

Washington State Bans Sale of Semiautomatic Assault Rifles to Those Under 21

By MIHIR ZAVERI

The ban comes as dozens of gun control measures have been passed across the country, spurred on by public pressure after deadly mass killings. The N.R.A. has filed suit.

Fiction: A Real-Life Murder, Committed in the Name of Islamic Extremism, Inspires a Debut Novel

By JON MCGREGOR

Guy Gunaratne’s “In Our Mad and Furious City” interweaves five urban lives against a backdrop of racial and political violence.

Macron had β€˜lost authority’ by exceeding deficit limit, Oettinger said

By Beatriz Rios

France president Emmanuel Macron "lost authority" by releasing a budget draft which would exceed the EU's 3% deficit limit, Budget Commissioner Günther Oettinger said on Thursday (27 December) in an interview.

Nearly 40,000 People Died From Guns in U.S. Last Year, Highest in 50 Years

By SARAH MERVOSH

Firearm deaths, including suicides, have been rising. Adjusted for population, the gun death rate in 2017 was the highest since the mid-1990s.

Study Warns of Cascading Health Risks From the Changing Climate

By SOMINI SENGUPTA and KENDRA PIERRE-LOUIS

Global warming is posing immediate health hazards around the world and in the United States, from kidney disease to dengue fever, two new studies say.

Study Warns of Cascading Health Risks From the Changing Climate

By SOMINI SENGUPTA and KENDRA PIERRE-LOUIS

Global warming is posing immediate health hazards around the world and in the United States, from kidney disease to dengue fever, two new studies say.

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