England Weighs Another Nationwide Virus Lockdown
Sean Connery, Who Embodied James Bond and More, Dies at 90
As the U.S. Election Nears, the World Holds Its Breath
Dramatic Rescues After Major Earthquake Kills at Least 28 in Turkey
Russian Provinces Hit by a Second Wave of Coronavirus
Egyptian Teen Seeks Justice in Rape Case, and a Battle Erupts Over Women’s Rights
Cut Off From the World Again, Australia Now Finds Silver Linings
As Tanzania’s President Wins a Second Term, Opposition Calls for Protests
Philippines Braces for Typhoon Goni, Likely to Be Year’s Strongest Storm
Poland’s Abortion Ban Spurs Largest Protests in Decades
France’s Hardening Defense of Cartoons of Muhammad Could Lead to ‘a Trap’
Qatar Apologizes for Airport Strip Searches and Pursues Charges
In Pandemic U.K., Brexit Is an Afterthought, as Is Trump
‘What a Barrister Looks Like’: A Young Black Woman Paves the Way
Glimmers of Hope for a Winter With Tropical Travel
Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today
The End of a Beloved Delhi Institution
Hospitalizations rise in N.Y.C., but stays are shorter and fewer patients are dying.
Americans May Add Five Times More Plastic to the Oceans Than Thought
U.S. Says Virus Can’t Be Controlled. China Aims to Prove It Wrong.
In Turkey, a Frantic Rescue Effort After a Deadly Earthquake
Two More Men Are Arrested Over Knife Attack in Nice
The Shifting Map
Taco Hemingway Agonizes About His Role in Poland’s Culture Wars
New Zealand Voters Approve Euthanasia but Reject Legal Cannabis in Referendum
Clemson’s star quarterback tests positive for the virus.
As virus cases rise across the U.S., records topple.
An unproven Covid-19 drug is turning out to be a proven moneymaker for its manufacturer.
In Avignon, Snatching Theater From the Jaws of New Lockdowns
New Zealand’s Advance Preview of a Post-Coronavirus World
Coronavirus, Nice Attacks, U.S. Election: Your Friday Briefing
Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today
From Bolivia, Lessons for a Successful Election
Why Is Europe Keeping Its Schools Open, Despite New Lockdowns?
Your Friday Briefing
A Top Aide to Saddam Hussein Is Reported Dead
After Terror Attacks, Muslims Wonder About Their Place in France
China’s Leaders Vow Tech ‘Self-Reliance,’ Military Power and Economic Recovery
U.K. Labour Party Suspends Jeremy Corbyn Over Anti-Semitism Response
As the West Stumbles, ‘Helmsman’ Xi Pushes an Ambitious Plan for China
The connection between ‘Real Housewives’ and public health behavior.
Where the virus is less bad: Canada and Germany.
Where the Virus Is Less Bad
Deadly Knife Attack in French Church Is Terrorism, Officials Say
As Coronavirus Surges, Chastened Dutch Wonder, ‘What Happened to Us?’
Turkish Bank Case Showed Erdogan’s Influence With Trump
How to Staycation in 6 American Cities
A rooster kills a police officer in the Philippines during a Covid-19 lockdown raid.
Rooster Kills Officer Christian Bolok in Police Raid in Philippines
Global markets take a breath after Wall Street’s pandemic-inspired swoon.
Lee Myung-bak, South Korean Ex-President, Is Ordered Back to Prison
Trump’s closing argument on the virus clashes with science, and voters’ lives.
Jobless young Europeans face desperate times as renewed virus restrictions loom.
Curbside popcorn sales and private events aren’t enough to keep this independent theater going.
Police in the U.S. pin a rise in murders on an unusual suspect: Covid.
Typhoon Molave Slams Into Vietnam, Bringing Death and More Misery
France Lockdown, Poland Protests, Coronavirus: Your Thursday Briefing
Trump wrested control from doctors as the pandemic grew, Jared Kushner told an interviewer.
First a Sweet 16 party, now a wedding and a birthday: Long Island has more superspreading events.
M.L.B. says a Dodgers player insisted on celebrating with teammates despite his positive coronavirus test.
Cuba Says US Restrictions Will Force Western Union Offices to Close, Limit Remittances
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