How Strongmen Turned Interpol Into Their Personal Weapon

After the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Interpol expanded and sped up the dissemination of red notices to bolster global…

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In Istanbul, Erdogan Remakes Taksim Square, a Symbol of Secular Turkey

In Taksim Square in Istanbul, the skeleton of a large new mosque dwarfs the Ataturk monument, dedicated to the founder…

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Rajat Gupta Is Unrepentant for His Crimes

Rajat Gupta, a former McKinsey chief executive and Goldman Sachs board member, after his conviction for securities fraud. He disputed…

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New Clues on Tesla Sales Point to a Recent Drop

A Tesla Model S on display in Denver. According to a compilation of data from 23 states, registrations of new…

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Trigger Warnings May Not Do Much, Early Studies Suggest

Trigger warnings started online, but have spread in recent years to college campuses and beyond.CreditCreditMatthew Staver for The New York…

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‘You’re Not Supposed to Betray Your Race’: The Challenge Faced by Black Women Accusing Black Men

The allegations against Lt. Gov. Justin E. Fairfax have renewed questions about the unique challenges facing black women who say…

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A Brief History of the Golan Heights, Claimed by Israel and Syria

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, center right, visited the Golan Heights this month with Senator Lindsey Graham of South…

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JetBlue Faces Lawsuit Saying Pilots Drugged and Raped Flight Attendants

Two JetBlue flight attendants said in a lawsuit that they were drugged, and one of them raped, by two pilots…

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Residents of New Mexico Compound Plead Not Guilty to Terror Charges

Defendants, from left, Jany Leveille, Lucas Morton, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj and Subhanah Wahhaj entering a court hearing in Taos, N.M.,…

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Coast Guard’s Top Officer Pledges ‘Dedicated Campaign’ to Improve Diversity

The Coast Guard has struggled to attract women and minorities: Out of its 41,159 members, just 14.6 percent are women,…

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