1. Nepal Terrorized by Aftershocks, Hampering Relief Efforts

    Powerful aftershocks continued to convulse Nepal on Sunday, complicating efforts to rescue those trapped and to maintain adequate supplies of food and water.

  2. Fear, Loss and Devastation in Katmandu

    Residents were on a difficult search for safety in a city where thousands have died and homes and temples have been reduced to rubble.

  3. Live Updates
    Nepal Struggles to Provide Relief

    The country’s premier rushed back from an overseas trip as the government began setting up relief stations.

  4. Nepal’s Landmarks, Before and After the Earthquake
  1. Deep Support in Washington for C.I.A.’s Drone Missions

    Unwavering support from Capitol Hill is but one reason the C.I.A.’s killing missions are unlikely to change significantly, despite the revelation Thursday that a drone strike had killed two hostages.

  2. Russian Hackers Read Obama’s Unclassified Emails, Officials Say

    The hackers did not appear to have penetrated closely guarded servers that control the message traffic from President Obama’s personal BlackBerry, officials said.

  3. Saudi-Led Air Campaign Resumes in Yemeni Capital

    6:59 PM ETIn addition to the bombings in Sana, the coalition carried out airstrikes in several other provinces, suggesting a broadening, rather than a scaling back of the monthlong air offensive against the Houthi rebels.

  4. News Analysis
    As Boardroom Struggle Ends, Volkswagen Looks to the Future

    The automaker faces slim profits, dwindling market share in the United States and an organization that critics say is bloated and inefficient.

  5. Critic’s Notebook
    Vietnam Is Focus of TV Programs During Fall of Saigon Anniversary

    A lineup of historical programs this week reflects events surrounding the Vietnam War in Southeast Asia and in the United States.

  6. Laughter (and a Few Boos) as Obama Takes Aim at Correspondents’ Dinner

    At the annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner in Washington, President Obama made use of an Anger Translator, and sought to skewer just about everyone in the ballroom.

  7. Deutsche Bank Profit Falls on Legal Costs

    Although revenue rose 24 percent in the quarter, profit fell because of the 1.5 billion euros the bank set aside to cover a settlement with regulators.

  8. Israel Says Airstrike on Syrian Border Targeted Militants

    Israel's military said Sunday it launched an airstrike on its border with Syria after spotting militants carrying a bomb in the Israeli-held Golan Heights.

  9. Packed Field Stokes Competition for Digital Ad Dollars

    Heavyweights like AOL, Google and Yahoo will vie with upstarts like Refinery29 and Vice in an increasingly crowded two-week frenzy to secure upfront advertising commitments.

  10. Tequila Is Getting Company: Sotol, Bacanora and Raicilla

    There’s more to agave than tequila and mezcal. Sotol, bacanora and raicilla are increasingly showing up in New York bars and restaurants, and not just Mexican ones.

  11. International Real Estate
    House Hunting in ... Bali

    Luxury home prices in Bali rose by 15 percent last year, making it one of the fastest-growing upscale second-home markets in the world.

  12. Global Soccer
    No Workhorse, Just a Devastating Weapon

    Though Antoine Griezmann has scored 22 La Liga goals for Atlético Madrid, he has played the full 90 minutes in just a handful of games.


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