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Lens: How to Have Bullfights in California? Use Velcro.

By RENA SILVERMAN

Every year in the Central Valley, Portuguese-Americans bring bullfighters from overseas and put on huge festivals — but shed no blood.

Are We Loving Shelter Dogs to Death?

By CAROL MITHERS

No-kill policies can be helpful, but without assistance for struggling families, they may be making things worse for America’s pets.

Bombed by the K.K.K. A Friend of Rosa Parks. At 90, This White Pastor Is Still Fighting.

By ALAN BLINDER

Robert S. Graetz describes the night of the bombing, an attack memorialized in a note handwritten by Mrs. Parks, which now belongs to him.

Lens: Shahidul Alam: A Singular Voice in Photography for Dignity and Human Rights

By JAMES ESTRIN

Over three decades, the photographer has covered major events, natural disasters and the struggle against governmental abuses. Now he is in jail in Bangladesh.

The Church of Aretha Franklin

By MICHAEL ERIC DYSON

How the Queen of Soul preached to us all.

Colorado Baker Sues Governor Over Cake Dispute With Transgender Woman

By JULIE TURKEWITZ

Masterpiece Cakeshop is at the center of another battle over whether claims of religious freedoms can be used to refuse services to gay and transgender people.

How to Spruce Up for Asian Games? Cover a Polluted River

By JOE COCHRANE

The so-called Black River has been hidden by a nylon net with lights atop it so athletes don’t see one of Jakarta’s more embarrassing eyesores.

Their First Temple Was a Tent. Now Sikhs Walk New Jersey’s Halls of Power.

By ARUN VENUGOPAL

The ascent of three Sikh-Americans in New Jersey — a mayor, attorney general and founder of a key civil rights group — underscores the immigrant group’s rise to prominence nationwide.

What Happens to #MeToo When a Feminist Is the Accused?

By ZOE GREENBERG

Avital Ronell, a superstar professor, was found by N.Y.U. to have sexually harassed a male grad student. But his charges have met disbelief from some feminist scholars.

Lens: A Portrait of an Egyptian Neighborhood Breathing Toxic Dust

By SARA ARIDI

A photo essay by Mohamed Mahdy shows what it’s like when your next-door neighbor is a cement factory that belches toxic dust.

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