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Group’s Tactic on Hillary Clinton: Sue Her Again and Again

The nonprofit organization Judicial Watch has more than 20 active lawsuits involving the Democratic nominee, and has focused on the Clintons since its formation in 1994.

Temporary extinction reprieve for some frogs

Australian scientists have good news for frog conservation: there may be longer than expected time to intervene before climate change causes extinction of some species.

Worries Over King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Health Shake Thailand

The country’s prime minister returned abruptly to Bangkok and well-wishers waited at the hospital where the 88-year-old monarch was being treated.

Sports of The Times: In the Cubs’ Clubhouse, No Worries About a Curse or...

The Chicago Cubs last won a world championship in 1908, when Teddy Roosevelt was president.

Toyota and Suzuki Say They Are Considering an Alliance

The Japanese car manufacturers were vague about what might happen but said that they were discussing a wide-ranging business partnership.

Facebook Helped Drive a Voter Registration Surge, Election Officials Say

A 17-word reminder displayed for four days in September contributed to substantial increases in online registration across the country.

A New Weapon in Russia’s Arsenal, and It’s Inflatable

The Russian military is using life-size decoy tanks, jets and missile launchers for disguise and deception.

Sinosphere: At Hong Kong Swearing-In, Some Lawmakers Pepper Their Oath With Jabs

The acts of defiance, directed at Beijing as some called for outright independence for the semiautonomous territory, seemed to augur a stormy legislative term.

How ‘The Birth of a Nation’ Silences Black Women

The film tells of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion by using women’s trauma as motivation for the male hero, casting their victimization as secondary.

Emerging Climate Accord Could Push A/C Out of Sweltering India’s Reach

A phaseout of hydrofluorocarbons could have a major effect on climate change but would make air-conditioning more expensive just as many Indians are becoming able to afford it.

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