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Avalanche Beat Rangers for Ninth Straight Win (Sports)
The Rangers had several chances to tie the score in the third period, but Colorado held on to win nine in a row for the first time since 2000.
Harry Selby, Renowned Hunter and Safari Guide, Is Dead at 92 (Obituaries)
He shot his first antelope at 8, his first elephant at 14. Mr. Selby was a protégé of the East Africa hunter Philip Hope Percival, who took Theodore Roosevelt and Ernest Hemingway on safari.
Substitutes (Crosswords & Games)
Victor Barocas and Andy Kravis swap ideas.
Anti-Corruption Protest Draws Tens of Thousands Across Snowy Romania (World)
Ten of thousands of protesters rallied in Bucharest on Saturday to protest proposed revisions to the country’s corruption laws.
Pence Praises Egypt Partnership in Meeting With Sisi (World)
Vice President Mike Pence, the highest-level American official to visit Egypt in nearly a decade, began a trip through the region.
Trump Appointee Resigns and Apologizes for Racist Comments (U.S.)
Carl Higbie stepped down from the Corporation for National and Community Service after CNN revealed his disparaging remarks about black people, Muslims and others.
Resolving Who Owns What Land Lies at Heart of Zimbabwe’s Future (World)
Even as villagers in land coveted by Grace Mugabe celebrated the end of an era, determining who has title to farms is a critical step in Zimbabwe’s development and democratization.
Hermès: Fall 2018 (Fashion & Style)
The fall 2018 men’s collection.
Wildlife Trafficking Kingpin Arrested in Thailand (World)
Boonchai Bach is suspected of fueling much of Asia’s illegal animal trade for over a decade, overseeing a criminal syndicate that has smuggled poached items including ivory and rhino horns.
How Corruption and Cronyism in Banking Fueled Iran’s Protests (World)
Thousands lost their savings in the collapse of shady banks, part of a broader economic system plagued by insider dealing, mismanagement and inefficiency.
Myanmar Soldiers Sentenced for Killing 3 Civilians in Kachin (World)
Six soldiers were sentenced to 10 years in prison for killing three people in war-torn Kachin state. It was a rare prosecution in a country where the military has operated with impunity for decades.
Pope Francis Comforts Peruvians Who Faced ‘Wrath of Nature’ (World)
After facing criticism over the church’s sexual abuse scandals, he returned to familiar themes of poverty and the environment.
Patrick Meehan’s Response to The Times’s Article on His Settlement for Misconduct (U.S.)
Representative Patrick Meehan, Republican of Pennsylvania, released this statement in response to an article about a settlement using public funds for misconduct.
Four Teams Left. Four Different Approaches to the Anthem Protests. (Sports)
The Vikings, the Patriots, the Jaguars and the Eagles have plenty in common, but how they handled the biggest issue of the 2017 N.F.L. season ran the gamut.
The Longer It Lasts, the More a Shutdown Could Hurt the Economy (U.S.)
The early days of the federal government shutdown won’t slow the American economy much, but that could change if the impasse drags out.
72 Turkish Jets Bomb U.S.-Backed Kurdish Militias in Syria (World)
Despite warnings from the United States, a defiant President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey vowed to crush the militias, which he described as a terrorist threat.
In Kabul, Gunmen Storm Intercontinental Hotel (World)
Four armed insurgents, amid an explosion and fire, entered the largest hotel in the Afghanistan capital, according to government officials. Hundreds of guests were trapped inside.
Open, Closed or Something in Between: What a Shutdown Looks Like (U.S.)
The vast machinery of the federal government began grinding to a halt, but much of the bureaucracy will stay in motion for a while.
Biggest Tests for Novak Djokovic’s New Serve Await in Australia (Sports)
Changing your service technique in your prime is never easy, and success relies on commitment, say some players who have done it, like Maria Sharapova.
Is Trump Warping Our Sense of Time? (Opinion)
The past 12 months have felt long. Or they flew by. It depends.