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  1. A Nazi Version of DDT Was Forgotten. Could It Help Fight Malaria? Science, Today

    Scientists have rediscovered a compound developed by German researchers during World War II. It appears to be more effective and perhaps safer than DDT.

  2. What Is in the New Brexit Deal? World, Today

    Northern Ireland’s border controls and its ability to make trade rules are among the central issues covered in the latest agreement between the E.U. and Britain.

  3. Trump Officials Press for a Cease-Fire After Turkish Incursion in Syria World, Today

    A letter by President Trump last week, warning Mr. Erdogan in blunt terms against the incursion, threatened to make the shuttle diplomacy by Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo more difficult.

  4. Ambassador to E.U. to Testify That Trump Delegated Ukraine Policy to Giuliani U.S., Today

    Gordon D. Sondland said in his prepared statement to House impeachment investigators that he was disappointed the president involved his personal lawyer in diplomacy with Kiev.

  5. Ambassador to E.U. to Testify That Trump Delegated Ukraine Policy to Giuliani U.S., Today

    Gordon D. Sondland said in his prepared statement to House impeachment investigators that he was disappointed the president involved his personal lawyer in diplomacy with Kiev.

  6. What Is the D.U.P., and How Might It Scupper Brexit? World, Today

    Final approval for Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s deal with the European Union could rely on 10 lawmakers from Northern Ireland. How can so few wield so much influence?

  7. Commuters Drag Climate Activists From London Trains World, Today

    Video of one episode, filmed during disruptive action by the Extinction Rebellion group, illustrated the inflamed passions on both sides.

  8. Brexit Deal Between U.K. and E.U.: Live Updates World, Today

    The agreement was a step forward in the frantic negotiations to map out Britain’s departure from the E.U., but the support of Parliament and Northern Irish lawmakers is far from assured.

  9. Brexit Live Updates: E.U. and U.K. Agree on Draft Deal World, Today

    Support for the deal from Parliament and Northern Irish lawmakers is far from assured.

  10. A Foreseen Calamity in Syria Podcasts, Today

    President Trump’s troop withdrawal ignited a predicted outburst of chaos and carnage in the Middle East.

  11. A Scotch Maker’s Challenge: First Brexit. Now Tariffs. Business, Today

    The 25 percent U.S. tariffs to be imposed Friday trigger headaches for single malt distilleries, already struggling with Brexit.

  12. Boris Johnson Has a Brexit Deal. Now He Needs Parliament’s Support. World, Today

    Britain’s prime minister cited a “great new deal that takes back control,” hours after a Northern Irish party rejected the agreement.

  13. So Boris Johnson Has a Deal. What Next? Opinion, Today

    How many wild animals will be involved? How much Spam?

  14. Settlement Talks for Bank Followed Pressure on Trump by Turkey’s Leader U.S., Yesterday

    Before indicting a state-owned Turkish bank, the Justice Department sought to negotiate a deal following calls by Turkey’s president to the White House.

  15. Gordon Sondland Elbowed His Way Into Ukraine Policy. It Could Cost Him. U.S., Yesterday

    Mr. Sondland was to tell impeachment investigators that President Trump placed a condition on any meeting with Ukraine’s president — the opening of an investigation that could benefit Mr. Trump.

  16. Russia Stops U.S. Diplomats en Route to a Nuclear Accident Site World, Yesterday

    The diplomats were intending to travel to a remote town in the Russian Arctic, where a mysterious nuclear accident killed seven people in August, releasing radiation.

  17. Read Trump’s Letter to President Erdogan of Turkey Interactive, Yesterday

    Trump said he’d written the “very powerful” letter to warn the Turkish leader.

  18. Overlooked No More: Lotte Reiniger, Animator Who Created Magic With Scissors and Paper Obituaries, Yesterday

    Even before Disney, Reiniger told fanciful stories in animated films with her hand-cut paper silhouettes.

  19. 7 Days in Syria: Trump Abandoned the Kurds. Mayhem Followed. Video, Yesterday

    On Sunday Oct. 6, President Trump announced that Turkey would move forward with an offensive in northeast Syria after U.S. troops pulled out of the area. Since then, American-allied Kurdish forces have been under attack, over 200,000 people have been displaced and the threat of ISIS’s resurgence looms. Our video traces how we got here in just one week.

  20. Sophia Kokosalaki, Who Gave London Fashion a Grecian Spin, Dies at 47 Fashion, Yesterday

    One of the leading Greek designers of her generation, she balanced a cutting-edge feminine look with ancient motifs and dressed thousands for the Athens Olympics.

  21. In Fight Against Racism, Soccer Can Choose the Playing Field Sports, Yesterday

    There is no reason that any player, white or black, should have to go to a country or a stadium with a history of racist abuse.

  22. How Hitler Pioneered ‘Fake News’ Opinion, Yesterday

    A century ago, the future Nazi leader began his career as a propagandist.

  23. Bipartisan House Majority Condemns Trump for Syria Withdrawal U.S., Yesterday

    Republicans and Democrats delivered a rebuke to the president over his decision to pull back American troops, an order many viewed as acquiescing to Turkey’s incursion against a United States ally.

  24. In Bipartisan Rebuke, House Majority Condemns Trump for Syria Withdrawal U.S., Yesterday

    The move was an overwhelming condemnation of the president’s decision to pull back American troops inside Syria.

  25. The World Condemns Erdogan’s War on Kurds. But Turkey Applauds. World, Yesterday

    Attacked abroad, and facing a raft of sanctions, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan may nevertheless be getting what he wants from Turkey’s invasion of Kurdish-held Syria.

  26. La justicia falló, es hora de hacer política en Español, Yesterday

    El Tribunal Supremo de España dictó sentencia contra doce líderes independentistas catalanes. Ahora es tiempo de que todos los bandos políticos resuelvan un debate postergado por mucho tiempo.

  27. Oxford Professor Is Accused of Selling Ancient Texts to Hobby Lobby World, Yesterday

    An investigation found that Bible fragments in a museum started by the owners of the arts-and-crafts chain had been illegally taken from the university.

  28. Trump Lashes Out on Syria as Republicans Rebuke Him in House Vote World, Yesterday

    President Trump again defends his decision to withdraw American troops, an order that many, including Republicans, have interpreted as acquiescing to Turkey’s incursion against a United States ally.

  29. Optimism Builds in Brussels for a Deal on Brexit, as Talks Go Down to the Wire World, Yesterday

    Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, said the “basic foundations of an agreement are ready,” but the British prime minister, Boris Johnson, said the goal remained “shrouded in mist.”

  30. Europe’s Margrethe Vestager Takes a Rare Step Toward Big Tech Business, Yesterday

    The E.U.’s top antitrust regulator ordered Broadcom to halt specific practices while the bloc investigates possible anticompetitive activity.

  31. Turkey Urges Kurdish Fighters to Lay Down Their Arms World, Yesterday

    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on the Kurds to leave northeast Syria “this night.” He spoke as Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo were planning to visit Turkey, and as President Trump sought to distance himself from the conflict.

  32. Trump Stuns Grieving Britons: Meet the Suspect in Your Son’s Death World, Yesterday

    At the White House, the parents of Harry Dunn were told that the woman they want to hold accountable for his death in a car crash was in an adjoining room.

  33. With Catalan Fury Inflamed Anew, What Comes Next for Spain? World, Yesterday

    Lengthy prison terms for nine separatists who led a secession attempt in 2017 have fueled protests across the region before national elections.

  34. Family Spent 9 Years in a Secluded Dutch Farmhouse ‘Waiting for the End of Days’ World, Yesterday

    The case came to the attention of the local police after a young man left the farm, found his way to a local pub, and told his story.

  35. Where Pugs Rule the Racetrack World, Yesterday

    Pugs enjoy a certain cultlike status in Germany, where their owners gather regularly to swap stories about the breed, and let the dogs compete to see who’s fastest. Or slowest.

  36. Kurds in Syria Were Sold Out by President Trump, 2020 Democrats Say U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  37. 2020 Democrats Say President Trump ‘Sold Out the Kurds’ in Syria U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  38. Pence and Pompeo to Push Erdogan for Pullback From Syria World, October 15

    In meeting the Turkish leader, the vice president is expected to reiterate President Trump’s demand for a negotiated cease-fire.

  39. U.S. Indicts Turkish Bank on Charges of Evading Iran Sanctions U.S., October 15

    The charges against Halkbank were announced as President Trump, having allowed Turkish-backed forces to invade Syria, is looking to take a tougher stand against Turkey.

  40. ‘You Are Leaving Us to Be Slaughtered’: Putting Out Trump’s Syria Fire Opinion, October 15

    The president’s decision to greenlight a Turkish assault on the Kurds set a fragile peace ablaze.

  41. E.U. May Be on Verge of Brexit Deal, Though Approval in U.K. Is Not Assured World, October 15

    As a deal seems tantalizingly close, Prime Minister Boris Johnson cannot give too much ground to the European Union if he is to have any hope of winning Parliament’s consent.

  42. E.U. May Be on Verge of Brexit Deal, Though Approval in U.K. Is Not Assured World, October 15

    As a deal seems tantalizingly close, Prime Minister Boris Johnson cannot give too much ground to the European Union if he is to have any hope of winning Parliament’s consent.

  43. Meeting the ‘Mona Lisa’ for an Intimate (Virtual) Rendezvous Arts, October 15

    Visitors to the Louvre will experience Leonardo da Vinci’s world through a virtual-reality tour that brings them closer to the masterpiece than ever before.

  44. How the U.S. Military Will Carry Out a Hasty, Risky Withdrawal From Syria World, October 15

    The Pentagon will have to disassemble combat bases that were built to stay for a mission that was supposed to last, and protect the troops as they withdraw amid a chaotic battlefield.

  45. The Ukrainian Prosecutor Behind the Dossier Targeting Hunter Biden World, October 15

    Kostiantyn H. Kulyk has been indicted himself on corruption charges and has a reputation for using investigations as political weapons.

  46. A Second Referendum Gains Traction Among Brexit Foes World, October 15

    The idea is to attach an amendment to any Brexit deal requiring that the British people vote whether to accept the agreement or stay put.

  47. Tariffs Won’t Stop Turkey’s Invasion of Syria, Analysts Warn Business, October 15

    Earlier sanctions had already all but blocked Turkish steel makers from America. But tariffs could have a psychological effect.

  48. Winners and Losers in Trump’s Troop Withdrawal From Syria World, October 15

    For months, analysts have outlined how such a move would risk upsetting the fragile balance of power in a complex war.

  49. Bulgarian Soccer Chief Resigns After Fans’ Racist Abuse of England World, October 15

    The sport was roiled anew after Bulgarian fans made Nazi salutes and yelled monkey chants at England’s players in Sofia on Monday.

  50. Writing From Real Life, in All Its Excruciating Detail Books, October 15

    “Reality fiction” is a publishing sensation in Norway. But some have accused the country’s most high-profile writers of revealing intimate secrets under the guise of fiction.

  51. In Syria, Russia Is Pleased to Fill an American Void World, October 15

    As the United States withdraws from Syria, Russia is stepping in, running patrols to separate warring factions, striking deals and helping President Bashar al-Assad advance.

  52. This Fungus Mutates. That’s Good News if You Like Cheese. Science, October 15

    American scientists set out to simulate a fungus’s evolution into the edible mold that makes French cheeses like Camembert.

  53. Nicolas Ghesquière Is Playing ‘the Big Game’ Interactive, October 15

    The Louis Vuitton designer’s rigorous vision has shaped fashion for this era, with a reach that’s as wide-ranging as it is deep-seated.

  54. The Greats Interactive, October 15

    T Magazine celebrates four talents who, in mastering their crafts, have changed their fields — and the culture at large.

  55. 4 Big Questions About Syria’s Future Interactive, October 15

    The surprise American withdrawal from parts of northern Syria reshuffled old alliances and touched off a new stage of the eight-year war.

  56. Can Eating Red Fruits and Vegetables Lead to Healthier Sperm? Well, October 15

    Lycopene, a red plant pigment found in tomatoes, watermelons and pink grapefruits, improved some measures of sperm quality.

  57. Trump Just Created a Moral and Strategic Disaster Opinion, October 14

    As desperate Kurds ally with Assad in Syria, the specter of the Islamic State threatens again, and American power dims.

  58. ABC Apologizes for Showing Video From U.S. Gun Range in Report on Syria Business, October 14

    The video appeared in a report on Turkish attacks in northern Syria. ABC News did not specify how the error had occurred.

  59. Assad Forces Surge Forward in Syria as U.S. Pulls Back World, October 14

    Syrian government forces streamed into the country’s northeast, filling a vacuum opened up by President Trump’s decision to pull back in Syria.

  60. Failed Notre-Dame Plot Leads to Shame, Regret and Heavy Sentences World, October 14

    The trial has shed new light on the role of women in homegrown terrorism in France.

  61. Trump Imposes Sanctions on Turkey as Syria Conflict Intensifies U.S., October 14

    President Trump also said he was doubling tariffs on imports of Turkish steel in response to Turkey’s incursion into Syria, an invasion for which he himself had cleared the way for.

  62. As World Frets Over U.S. Missteps in Syria, Russia Grins and Pounces World, October 14

    President Trump’s erratic moves are letting Russia seize the role of peacemaker — and deal-maker — in Syria.

  63. Russia Savors U.S. Missteps in Syria, and Seizes Opportunity World, October 14

    President Trump’s erratic moves are letting Russia seize the role of peacemaker — and deal-maker — in Syria.

  64. Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo Share Booker Prize Books, October 14

    The judges rebelled against the literary prize’s rules and awarded it to “The Testaments” and “Girl, Woman, Other.”

  65. Who Are the Kurds, and Why Is Turkey Attacking Them in Syria? World, October 14

    Why did Turkey invade? Why did America leave? How did the Kurds gain so much land? We answer 10 key questions about the Turkish invasion of northern Syria.

  66. Kurds’ Feelings of Betrayal by the U.S. Opinion, October 14

    Readers discuss possible reasons behind the president’s abandonment of the Kurds and the consequences of that action.

  67. The Queen Speaks, but Is Overshadowed by Brexit World, October 14

    By tradition, the queen’s speech is when the governing party lays out its legislative agenda. But Parliament is preoccupied with other matters just now.

  68. Hey, Look! Nonna and Her Pasta Are on YouTube Food, October 14

    A filmmaker is trying to preserve the art of handmade pasta by turning Italy’s Pasta Grannies into video stars.

  69. What the World Loses if Turkey Destroys the Syrian Kurds Opinion, October 14

    A radical political experiment is in peril.

  70. Notorious Pedophile Found Dead in U.K. Prison World, October 14

    Richard Huckle, 33, who may have sexually abused up to 200 children, was said to have been stabbed to death in his cell.

  71. Setback for Orban as Opposition in Hungary Gains Ground in Elections World, October 14

    The governing Fidesz party lost the mayoralty of Budapest and 10 other cities in a campaign dominated by sex tapes and corruption accusations.

  72. The Story of a Kurdish General Podcasts, October 14

    The Americans promised they would protect his people. Now, one Kurdish leader is forced to turn to former foes for help.

  73. Rome University at Heart of Trump Inquiry Becomes a Vortex of Intrigue World, October 14

    Italian newspapers that have depicted Link University as either a shady diploma mill or den of spies, unfairly tarnishing its reputation, its president says.

  74. A Guide to the Queen’s Speech: Crown Jewels, Black Rod and a Mace World, October 14

    Proceedings in the British Parliament on Monday are a nod to hundreds of years of history. But Brexit loomed over the ceremonies.

  75. Syria Live Updates: Assad’s Army Moves into Border Town World, October 14

    Hours after the Kurds forged a deal with the Syrian government, an American foe, the Syrian Army raced northwest to help battle Turkish-led forces.

  76. Syria Live Updates: As Turkey Invades, al-Assad Sees Chance to Reclaim Lost Territory World, October 14

    Hours after reaching an agreement with Kurdish forces, the Syrian Army entered a key town near the Turkish border — a significant shift in the power dynamic.

  77. Catalan Separatist Leaders Get Lengthy Prison Terms for Sedition World, October 14

    Spain’s Supreme Court gave the former deputy leader of Catalonia, Oriol Junqueras, 13 years. A Spanish judge also issued a new European arrest warrant for Carles Puigdemont.

  78. Trump Orders Withdrawal of U.S. Troops From Northern Syria U.S., October 13

    The decision effectively cedes control of the area and could allow a resurgence of ISIS, but the defense secretary argued American forces would not have deterred a Turkish invasion.

  79. U.K. Says Immunity of U.S. Diplomat’s Wife ‘No Longer Relevant’ World, October 13

    Anne Sacoolas fled Britain after she was suspected of being involved in a road crash that killed Harry Dunn, a British teenager.

  80. Pullback Leaves Green Berets Feeling ‘Ashamed,’ and Kurdish Allies Describing ‘Betrayal’ World, October 13

    As Turkish forces cross into Kurdish areas of northern Syria, the orders from Washington to U.S. troops are simple: Stand back. Let the Kurds fight for themselves.

  81. How Did Eliud Kipchoge Break the Marathon Record So Soon? Opinion, October 13

    You could call his epic sub-two-hour race a branding stunt. But it was also a run for the ages.

  82. Abandoned by U.S. in Syria, Kurds Find New Ally in American Foe World, October 13

    Under fire by Turkish forces, the militia that battled ISIS threw in its lot with Syria’s Russian-backed government.

  83. The Week in Business: Facebook’s Role in Impeachment Business, October 13

    Plus, the N.B.A.’s multibillion-dollar relationship with China hits a snag.

  84. Poland’s Law and Justice Party Holds Onto Power, Early Vote Shows World, October 13

    The party’s twinned platform of aggrieved nationalism and government largess appeared to have secured it a new term in office.

  85. Trump’s Abrupt Shifts in Middle East Unnerve U.S. Allies World, October 12

    President Trump’s acquiescence to a Turkish raid on the Kurds in northern Syria alarmed allies for its unpredictability as much as its betrayal.

  86. Turkish-Backed Rebel Group Executes Kurdish Prisoners Video, October 12

    A video shows a Turkish-backed rebel group executing Kurdish prisoners Saturday in northeastern Syria.

  87. In 1919, an Opera Tried to Heal a Broken Europe Opinion, October 12

    “Die Frau ohne Schatten” imagined an enlightened, democratic empire.

  88. A Reporter’s Journey to the Heart of Flamenco Reader Center, October 12

    For the cover of The New York Times Magazine’s annual culture issue, a reporter traveled to Spain understand the rise of the singer Rosalía.

  89. Syrian Arab Fighters Backed by Turkey Kill Two Kurdish Prisoners World, October 12

    The killings, one of them caught on video, raised the specter of wider sectarian warfare as fighting in Syria escalates.

  90. Tinker, Tailor, Writer, Spy Books, October 12

    John le Carré takes aim at Brexit and Boris Johnson in his new novel, “Agent Running in the Field.”

  91. Eliud Kipchoge Breaks Two-Hour Marathon Barrier Sports, October 12

    In Vienna, the Kenyan achieved a milestone once believed to be unattainable. But his time, 1:59:40, will not be recognized as a world record.

  92. The Free World at 30 Opinion, October 11

    “If you don’t fight for democracy, you don’t deserve it.”

  93. Goodbye, America. Goodbye, Freedom Man. Opinion, October 11

    Under Trump, the U.S. becomes the world’s fair-weather friend.

  94. Poland’s State Media Is Government’s Biggest Booster Before Election World, October 11

    With state television firmly under the control of the ruling party, it has proved itself more valuable than any billboard or advertising campaign.

  95. Britain and E.U. Step Up Last-Ditch Brexit Talks World, October 11

    After days of gloom, a breakthrough seems possible. But diplomats remain cautious, and time is short.

  96. In Merce Cunningham’s Honor, Pam Tanowitz Thrills Arts, October 11

    A commission for the Royal Ballet, “Everyone Keeps Me” creates a strange, resonantly poetic world.

  97. Like ‘Working in a Prison’: Six Years in the Hell of Syria’s Hospitals World, October 11

    Dr. Omar Ibrahim was a resident in neurosurgery in Egypt when he decided to go to Syria “to achieve something different.” He is out now, but wants to return to war surgery.

  98. ISIS Rears Its Head, Adding to Chaos as Turkey Battles Kurds World, October 11

    A prison break and a bombing claimed by the Islamic State punctuated fears that the Turkish invasion, now in its third day, was sowing mayhem.

  99. E.T.F. Investors Are Going for Gold, Despite Many Drawbacks Business, October 11

    Gold has often been viewed as a haven, but many experts say it isn’t needed to diversify a portfolio and adds unnecessary expense.

  100. Daughter of Detained British-Iranian Is Reunited With Father in U.K. World, October 11

    The 5-year-old had been in Iran since 2016 when her mother, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, was arrested. Her mother remains in a Tehran prison.

  101. Abiy Ahmed Awarded Nobel Peace Prize World, October 11

    Mr. Abiy, the prime minister of Ethiopia, spearheaded a peace accord in his region and catalyzed reforms at home.

  102. Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Abiy Ahmed, Ethiopian Prime Minister World, October 11

    Mr. Abiy spearheaded a peace accord in his region and catalyzed reforms at home.

  103. In the Alps, Keeping Tabs on Melting Ice Travel, October 11

    Unsteady glaciers pose dangers to Alpine towns and tourist areas; the challenge is letting people know when to get out of harm’s way.

  104. Norwegian Cruise Ship Passengers Live-Tweet a Mutiny World, October 11

    Faced with broken toilets, canceled shore visits and a lack of information, travelers on the Norwegian Spirit staged — and chronicled — a rebellion on the high seas.

  105. Giuliani Pressed for Turkish Prisoner Swap in Oval Office Meeting U.S., October 10

    The lawyer had asked that President Trump and Rex Tillerson, then secretary of state, help a client who was accused in a more than $10 billion scheme to thwart sanctions on Iran.

  106. In Syria, Trump Distills a Foreign Policy of Impulse, and Faces the Fallout U.S., October 10

    Having upended Middle East policy, the president is now trying to find a way to reverse the consequences as Turkish forces bombard the Kurdish fighters who helped overpower ISIS.

  107. ‘Shame on Him’: Evangelicals Call Out Trump on Syria U.S., October 10

    Some of the president’s most ardent supporters worry that troop withdrawal threatens religious minorities, especially Christians. They are pushing back, to a point.

  108. James Foley’s Mother Worries About ISIS Resurrection as Turks Attack Kurds World, October 10

    Diane Foley, mother of James W. Foley, the first American hostage of the Islamic State to be beheaded, said she hoped the ISIS prisoners believed responsible do not escape custody as Syria plunges into a volatile new phase.

  109. For Poland, Nobel Prize in Literature Is Cause for Conflict as Much as Congratulation World, October 10

    When Olga Tokarczuk of Poland won the prize, the reaction was as divided as is the country itself. To some, she is an eloquent writer who captures Poland’s tragic history. To others, she is a traitor.

  110. Turkey’s Assault on Kurds Abandoned by U.S. Opinion, October 10

    Readers express dismay at the president’s actions, and one wonders, “So what’s in it for Donald J. Trump?”

  111. Brexit Gets Adrenaline Shot From Meeting of British and Irish Leaders U.S., October 10

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain and his Ireland counterpart, Leo Varadkar, saw “a pathway to a possible deal” ahead of the Oct. 31 Brexit deadline.

  112. The Strange Life of a Shadow Venezuelan Diplomat Opinion, October 10

    Isadora Zubillaga is leading a valiant effort to represent her country — not its dictator — overseas.

  113. Trump Says the Kurds ‘Didn’t Help’ at Normandy. Here’s the History. World, October 10

    Kurds may not have been present at the D-Day landings, but there is evidence some fought for the Allies during World War II.

  114. Romania’s Government Is Toppled in No-Confidence Vote World, October 10

    The governing party has faced claims of corruption and protests against what many see as its attacks on the rule of law.

  115. In Poland, Nationalism With a Progressive Touch Wins Voters World, October 10

    The ruling Law and Justice party looks likely to hang onto power in elections on Sunday by using an unusual blend of populism and progressive policy.

  116. European Parliament, Flexing Muscle, Rejects France’s Commission Nominee World, October 10

    In a blow for President Emmanuel Macron, Sylvie Goulard’s nomination was thrown out after grueling interviews about her finances.

  117. Timeline: The Kurds, Turkey and the U.S., Allies and Enemies World, October 10

    Turkey’s attack on Kurdish strongholds along the Syrian border has been years in the making.

  118. Kurds, Turkey and the U.S.: 5 Years of Tension, Alliances and Conflict World, October 10

    Turkey’s attack on Kurdish strongholds along the Syrian border has been years in the making.

  119. Trump Makes Few Promises to U.K. Over Diplomat’s Wife Who Fled Crash World, October 10

    The accident, which killed a teenage motorcyclist, Harry Dunn, has created a diplomatic quandary for Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

  120. Ukraine’s President: ‘I Wanted to Be World Famous,’ but Not This Way World, October 10

    Volodymyr Zelensky came to office vowing to fight corruption and forge peace. Then came the Trump phone call. Today, in a marathon news conference, he tried to start over.

  121. Nobel Prizes in Literature Awarded to Olga Tokarczuk and Peter Handke Books, October 10

    The 2018 and 2019 laureates were named at the same time because last year’s prize was postponed over a scandal involving a husband of an academy member.

  122. Olga Tokarczuk and Peter Handke Awarded Nobel Prizes in Literature Books, October 10

    The 2018 and 2019 laureates were named at the same time because last year’s prize was postponed over a scandal involving a husband of an academy member.

  123. Only a Locked Door Stopped a Massacre at a German Synagogue World, October 10

    The gunman who fatally shot two people made clear that he chose his target intending to kill as many Jews as possible and that he hoped to impress extremists beyond Germany.

  124. A Synagogue Attack Shocks Germany. But Why? Opinion, October 10

    Violence against Jews is on the rise, but it doesn’t fit easily into the country’s polarized political climate.

  125. When a Steady Paycheck Is Good Medicine Business, October 10

    American medical providers that collectively spend $50 billion per year are channeling work to local businesses and residents.

  126. Is the Threat of Impeachment Emboldening Trump? Opinion, October 10

    And should Democrats pack the Supreme Court?

  127. Military Leaders Fear They’ve Seen This Before. It Ended in the Iraq War. U.S., October 10

    Officials are sounding alarms that clearing the way for Turkey to bomb the Kurds could have long-term repercussions, just as the desertion of allies did three decades ago.

  128. Turkish Forces Escalate Campaign in Syria Against Kurdish-Led Militia World, October 10

    Turkish forces kill at least 23 Kurdish fighters and seize 11 towns. The Kurdish-led militia punches back but quits anti-ISIS operations.

  129. Trump Flies Into the Cuckoo’s Nest Opinion, October 9

    Getting stranger every day in every way.

  130. Francis Currey, Who at 19 Was a Hero in Battle, Dies at 94 U.S., October 9

    Days after a massacre of G.I.s, he was a one-man onslaught in the face of German tanks, earning a Medal of Honor. Only two other honorees from World War II now survive.

  131. Kurdish Death Toll Rises as Turkish Forces Hit Syria Video, October 9

    At least 16 Kurdish fighters were reported to have been killed as Turkey’s attacks in northeastern Syria continued for a second day.

  132. Why Is Turkey Fighting the Kurds in Syria? World, October 9

    On Wednesday, Turkey announced that it was beginning an assault on a Kurdish-led militia in northeastern Syria. How did the two American allies get here?

  133. When an Ally Can’t Trust America’s Word Opinion, October 9

    Readers react to the Trump administration’s abandonment of the Kurds. Also: Basketball and China; the joys of gardening; New York psychics.

  134. Trump Calls Turkey’s Syrian Offensive a ‘Bad Idea’ U.S., October 9

    Republican lawmakers, led by Senator Lindsey Graham, called the incursion “a disaster in the making” and were far more critical of the Turkish military operation.

  135. Navalny Group Branded ‘Foreign Agent’ in Russia World, October 9

    Russian authorities stepped up their long campaign to silence the opposition leader, accusing him of taking foreign money, a charge he denies.

  136. Ciaran Carson, Versatile Belfast Poet, Is Dead at 70 Books, October 9

    In his poetry, as well as in his prose, he conveyed the complexities of his city and his country.

  137. A British Person Explains the WAG Wars Style, October 9

    A feud between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy, the wives of noted English soccer stars, is playing out in the public sphere.

  138. The Designer Updating Space-Age Cool for Today T Magazine, October 9

    Julien Dossena, the creative director of Paco Rabanne, is fueled by an unholy combination of period pieces and futuristic design.

  139. Hassan Hajjaj Turns Moroccan Clichés Into London Cool Arts, October 9

    His photographs, enlivened by friends, subversive wit and a hip-hop swagger, are on show in a major retrospective in Paris.

  140. Coleen Rooney, Soccer Star’s Wife, Says Rebekah Vardy Leaked Details to Tabloid World, October 9

    Ms. Rooney ran her own sting operation, planting fake stories on her Instagram page that she limited to just one account — that of the wife of another soccer star.

  141. On Ukraine Aid, ‘Nothing to See Here’: Diplomats Urged to Play Down Funds’ Release World, October 9

    A series of internal State Department emails reflect diplomats’ frustration with the unexpected freeze on funding that Congress had already approved.

  142. On Ukraine Aid, ‘Nothing to See Here’: Diplomats Urged to Play Down Funds’ Release World, October 9

    A series of internal State Department emails reflect diplomats’ frustration with the unexpected freeze on funding that Congress had already approved.

  143. House Hunting in … England Real Estate, October 9

    On a bend in the River Thames, this single-family house occupies the largest section of an 1898 country house in Oxfordshire.

  144. The Historic Shillingford Court Slideshow, October 9

    On a bend in the River Thames, this single-family house occupies the largest section of an 1898 country house in Oxfordshire.

  145. Without Naming Huawei, E.U. Warns Against 5G Firms From ‘Hostile’ Powers World, October 9

    In a security report, the bloc noted the potential for cyberattacks but stopped short of citing any particular providers.

  146. Shooting Kills 2 Near German City Synagogue in Suspected Anti-Semitic Attack World, October 9

    The attack took place in the eastern city of Halle during prayers for Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar.

  147. Shooting Kills 2 in Anti-Semitic Attack on German Synagogue World, October 9

    A gunman tried to enter a synagogue in Germany during Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar, in what officials called an anti-Semitic attack.

  148. Hays Travel Buys Thomas Cook Stores, Saving Thousands of Jobs World, October 9

    The tour company has acquired all 555 of its collapsed rival’s branches, potentially rescuing the posts of 2,500 workers.

  149. Turkey Begins Syria Incursion, Targeting Militia Backed by U.S. World, October 9

    Turkey moved ahead with plans to send forces into northeastern Syria, which a U.S.-backed Kurdish militia said would cause a “humanitarian catastrophe.”

  150. Turkey Launches Syria Offensive, Targeting U.S.-Backed Kurds World, October 9

    Turkey began a military operation against a Kurdish-led militia in Syria after getting a green light from President Trump. Two people were reported killed.