1. Times Documentaries
    Between Borders: American Migrant Crisis

    From Central America, thousands of children fleeing poverty and danger make multiple attempts to reach the United States despite increased efforts by Mexico to turn them back.

  2. General Takes Responsibility for Afghan Hospital Airstrike

    Gen. John F. Campbell said the hospital was “mistakenly struck,” and said it resulted from “a U.S. decision made within the U.S. chain of command.”

  3. Disputing U.S. General, Afghans Say Taliban Control Kunduz

    Gen. John F. Campbell, the American military commander, told the Senate Armed Services Committee that Afghan forces had retaken the city.

  4. U.S. to Release 6,000 Inmates Under New Sentencing Guidelines

    The release, scheduled to start at the end of the month, will be one of the largest one-time discharges of federal inmates in American history, officials said.

  5. Your Tuesday Mini Crossword

    Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.

  6. Pakistan Moves to Quiet Outcry Against Saudi Arabia Over Hajj Stampede

    Scores of Pakistani pilgrims were killed in the disaster, and many families still do not know what happened to their relatives.

  7. One Syrian Family’s Agony, Caused by ISIS’ Chemical Weapons

    The residents of the town of Marea had already survived crackdowns, tanks, infantry attacks, airstrikes and cluster munitions. But something about an attack this summer was different.

  8. Fushun Journal
    Coal, Which Built a Chinese City, Now Threatens to Bury It

    Coal mines in Fushun are winding down and shedding jobs as decades of destructive mining have led to frequent landslides that could sink the city.

  9. Critic's Notebook
    Stuttgart Struggles to House the Migrants It Embraces

    Migration has long been an engine of growth for the German city, and integration the bedrock of civic pride. But problems include a dearth of affordable housing.

  10. Top United Nations Official Is Accused in Bribery Scheme

    John W. Ashe, the former president of the United Nations General Assembly, was named in a criminal complaint outlining a scheme that involved more than $1 million in payments from sources in China.

  11. Hillary Clinton Approaches Debate, and Bernie Sanders, With Caution

    The growing chance that Mr. Sanders could win either Iowa or New Hampshire, or both, has raised the stakes for Mrs. Clinton in the first Democratic debate.

  12. Claims of British Pedophile Ring Are Cast Into Doubt

    The BBC says many of the claims made by a central witness in the case cannot be confirmed with public records.

  13. Survivor of Jerusalem Stabbing Recounts Attack on Her Family

    Odel Bennett’s husband was killed along with a rabbi after a Palestinian assailant attacked the family in Jerusalem’s Old City.

  14. To Revoke or Not: Colleges That Gave Cosby Honors Face a Tough Question

    6:01 PM ETAs dozens of women have accused Bill Cosby of sexual abuse, colleges across the country are grappling with the honorary degrees they gave him.

  15. The Culture Issue
    The Year We Obsessed Over Identity

    2015's headlines and cultural events have confronted us with the malleability of racial, gender, sexual and reputational lines. Who do we think we are?


  1. Op-Ed Contributor: The Case for Euro-Optimism
  2. Editorial: The Aftermath of a Deadly Airstrike in Afghanistan
  3. David Brooks: The Big University
  4. Joe Nocera: The Case for Compromise

PoliticsU.S. Politics

  1. Bernie Sanders, a Hunting-State Senator, Treads Lightly With Guns
  2. Digital Ads Sell Candidates and Causes, in 15-Second Bursts