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The Return of Midnight Basketball and Its Oakland Community

A once-politicized program has made a comeback, and its organizers hope it can give young Black men a place to escape a troubled city.

Area Man Is Arrested for Parody. The Onion Files a Supreme Court Brief.

“Americans can be put in jail for poking fun at the government?” the satirical website asked in a friend-of-the-court brief filed Monday. “This was a surprise to America’s Finest News Source.”

Russia’s War in Ukraine Sends Swedish Marines Into the Arms of NATO

Russia’s war in Ukraine has sent marines from famously neutral Sweden into the arms of NATO, where they have begun working with American forces.

Floridians Hit by a Hurricane and a Housing Crunch

Losses from the storm are just coming into focus. But what is clear is that recovery will be hardest on people already struggling to make ends meet.

Climate Change for Preschoolers: A TV Show Explores Unmapped Ground

There are almost no books, TV shows or other tools to help parents and teachers talk to preschoolers about climate change. “Octonauts: Above and Beyond” is one of the first to try.

How to Time Your Leaf-Peeping Trip This Fall

From New England to California, and points in between, the symphony of colors that accompanies the arrival of a snap in the air is playing out differently in 2022.

Afghan Refugees Building a New Life in the Unlikely Migrant Destination of Nashville

Fleeing the Taliban, the Tajik family left Afghanistan for Nashville, a city better known for its music scene than its immigrant population. Their first question: “How do we start our life?”

#MeToo Five Years Later: How To Measure the Movement’s Impact?

Five years after the movement took off — five years of accusations, verdicts and consequences — what does success look like?

CDC Ends Country-by-Country Covid Travel Advisories

The agency said it would no longer maintain a list of coronavirus travel warnings because “fewer countries are testing or reporting Covid-19 cases,” limiting its ability to assess travel risks.

Report That Herschel Walker Paid for Abortion Is Condemned by Candidate

The Daily Beast, which has also broken news about Mr. Walker’s out-of-wedlock children, reported that a former girlfriend had the procedure in 2009. He called the report a “lie.”

At NYU, Students Were Failing Organic Chemistry. Whose Fault Was It?

Maitland Jones Jr., a respected professor, defended his standards. But students started a petition, and the university dismissed him.
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