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Gun Research Is Suddenly Hot

By MARGOT SANGER-KATZ

Concern about mass shootings has lifted spending on studies and attracted a new generation of researchers.

Keeping Rhythm, and Hanging It in a Gallery

By JANET MORRISSEY

Drummers from bands like Guns N’ Roses and the Red Hot Chili Peppers are using new technology to turn their performances into visual art. All it takes is a few open-shutter cameras, some colorful lights and a killer beat.

Nonfiction: Striking a Balance Between Fear and Hope on Climate Change

By JARED DIAMOND

Bill McKibben’s new book, “Falter,” takes a mostly grim view of our willingness to avert environmental disaster. But he leaves open the possibility that we may yet avoid the worst.

Officer Who Used Gun Instead of Taser Won’t Face Charges for Shooting Unarmed Man

By EMILY S. RUEB

The Pennsylvania police officer had an “honest but mistaken” belief he was using his Taser before he wounded the man, investigators said.

Retro Report: 20 Years After Columbine, What Have We Learned?

By CLYDE HABERMAN

A horrifying mass shooting that unfolded onscreen in real time has become a recurring nightmare with a well-worn script.

Murders by Intimate Partners Are on the Rise, Study Finds

By LAURA M. HOLSON

Killings at the hand of a partner rose by 19 percent from 2014 to 2017, with gun violence a driving factor, researchers at Northeastern University found.

Art Review: Three Radical 1960s Visions, Far From the Tumult of Tokyo

By JASON FARAGO

A new show at Japan Society looks at avant-garde artists who worked far from Japan’s cultural capitals, in the forest, in the mountains and by the sea.

Arike Ogunbowale Is Ready for Her Next Shot, in the W.N.B.A.

By HOWARD MEGDAL

After star turns for Notre Dame in the 2018 and 2019 Final Fours, she got red carpet treatment and became the No. 5 pick in the W.N.B.A. draft.

Arike Ogunbowale Is Ready for Her Next Shot, in the W.N.B.A.

By HOWARD MEGDAL

After star turns for Notre Dame in the 2018 and 2019 Final Fours, she got red carpet treatment and became the No. 5 pick in the W.N.B.A. draft.

New Zealand Passes Law Banning Most Semiautomatic Weapons, Weeks After Massacre

By CHARLOTTE GRAHAM-McLAY

The ban, supported by all but one of Parliament’s 120 lawmakers, came less than a month after a gunman killed 50 people in two mosques in the city of Christchurch.

Southern storms leave tornado damage in Alabama

A strong storm moving across northeast Alabama knocked down power lines and caused scattered damage in a retail district early Monday and forecasters said more bad weather was on the way.

Storms sweeping through South cause damage in Alabama

A strong storm moving across northeast Alabama knocked down power lines and caused scattered damage in a retail district early Monday and forecasters said more bad weather was on the way.

Philippines Dispatch: A Family Craft With a Deadly Toll: Illegal Gun Making

By JASON GUTIERREZ

The gun trade has provided a livelihood for generations in a remote, poor area of the Philippines. It also fuels terrorism, political murders and extrajudicial killings.

Arike Ogunbowale Strives for Greater Fame. But First, Another Title.

By MARC TRACY

The Notre Dame star has a title in her pocket and another in her sights. Women’s basketball could use more players like her.

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