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With Oil Under Attack, Trump’s Deference to Saudis Returns

By Peter Baker and David E. Sanger

After oil installations were blown up, President Trump seemed to suggest he was ready to strike back. Then he promised to wait, setting off criticism.

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Before Arrest, Jeffrey Epstein Was Seen With Girls Exiting His Jet

By Benjamin Weiser

The investigation into Jeffrey Epstein was broader than previously known, and involved an allegation of recent travel with girls, newly released documents show.

Moroccan Journalist on Trial for an Abortion She Says She Never Had

By Aida Alami

The arrests of a young reporter and her fiancé have set off outrage in Morocco, where they are seen by many as an example of the government persecuting critical journalists.

After Fleeing North Korea, Women Get Trapped as Cybersex Slaves in China

By Choe Sang-Hun

A growing number of North Korean women are smuggled from their country and trafficked into the sex trade in China, and forced to perform sex acts online for clients.

Thousands More Jeffrey Epsteins Are Still Out There

By Nicholas Kristof

They operate with impunity, continuing to sexually exploit children.

Cruise Ships, Long Contentious in Bahamas, Offer Lifeline After Dorian

By Frances Robles

After the Category 5 hurricane, companies that often have a difficult relationship with the Bahamas have stepped in to help with relief. But is it enough to repair their image?

This Treatment Can Cure Cancer. Can It Mend the Heart?

By Gina Kolata

Modified immune cells may be trained not just to attack tumors, but scar tissue in the heart and perhaps any cells in the body that cause disease.

This Treatment Can Cure Cancer. Can It Mend the Heart?

By Gina Kolata

Modified immune cells may be trained not just to attack tumors, but scar tissue in the heart and perhaps any cells in the body that cause disease.

This Treatment Can Cure Cancer. Can It Mend the Heart?

By Gina Kolata

Modified immune cells may be trained not just to attack tumors, but scar tissue in the heart and perhaps any cells in the body that cause disease.

What Samantha Power Learned on the Job

By Thomas L. Friedman

“The Education of an Idealist,” by Samantha Power, describes how her years with the Obama administration forced her to alter her thinking on foreign policy.

Child Support vs. Deadbeat States

By Courtney E. Martin

When states take over managing child support, watch out. Most of the money paid in by parents often disappears into state coffers. It doesn’t have to be that way.

Mexico Says It Has Cut the Number of Migrants Heading to U.S.

By Azam Ahmed

The government, which had faced economic pressure from the Trump administration, said the flow had been cut in half since spring.

Why I Quit the Writers’ Room

By Walter Mosley

The worst thing you can do to citizens of a democracy is silence them.

Jeffrey Epstein’s Donations Create a Schism at M.I.T.’s Revered Media Lab

By Tiffany Hsu, Marc Tracy and Erin Griffith

The proudly contrarian lab has been divided since its director disclosed that he had taken money from the disgraced financier. Its efforts at healing demonstrate lingering cultural questions.

Jeffrey Epstein’s Donations Create a Schism at M.I.T.’s Revered Media Lab

By Tiffany Hsu, Marc Tracy and Erin Griffith

The proudly contrarian lab has been divided since its director disclosed that he had taken money from the disgraced financier. Its efforts at healing demonstrate lingering cultural questions.

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