1. Told to End Protests, Organizers in Hong Kong Vow to Expand Them

    Protest leaders responded with defiance Tuesday to the demand by Hong Kong’s top official, threatening to occupy government buildings.

  2. In a Shift, British Sharpen Their Tone on Hong Kong Protests

    Comments by the deputy prime minister marked a hardening of tone from the British government, which normally adopts diplomatic language with China when speaking about its former colony.

  3. Chinese Web Censors Struggle With Hong Kong Protest

    Beijing’s effort to limit information on the Hong Kong protests has been met by clever ways of expressing dissent.

  4. Sinosphere Blog: Chinese Umbrellas for Hong Kong?
  5. Hong Kong Protests Are Leaderless but Orderly
  6. Images of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution
  1. Ebola Is Diagnosed in Texas, First Case Found in the U.S.

    Federal health officials say that hospitals in the United States have expected and prepared for the Ebola virus, for which a man is being treated in Dallas.

  2. Nigeria’s Actions Seem to Contain Ebola Outbreak

    Every known Ebola patient in the country has now died or recovered, and the cure rate was unusually high for an African outbreak.

  3. interactiveGraphic
    What You Need to Know About the Ebola Outbreak

    Questions and answers on the scale of the outbreak and the science of the Ebola virus.

  4. Europe Tries to Stop Flow of Citizens Joining Jihad
  5. For Obama and Indian Leader, a Friendly Stroll if Not a Full Embrace
  6. Kissinger Drew Up Plans to Attack Cuba, Records Show
  7. Seeking New Heights in France, National Front Party Thinks Locally
  8. Obama Approves Plan to Let Children in Central America Apply for Refugee Status
  9. Lawmakers Rebuke Secret Service Chief Over White House Breach
  10. Limb Frailty in Children Is Studied for Link to Virus
  11. 3 Soldiers Are Charged With Homicide in Mexico Killings
  12. Former Tel Aviv Mayor Shlomo Lahat Dead at 87
  13. Lindsey Vonn, Before Returning From Knee Injuries, Puts Her Competitors on Notice
  14. Essay: Marathon Training Tips for the Lonely Wife


  1. Op-Ed Contributor: Hirohito: String Puller, Not Puppet
  2. Editorial: China’s Crackdown in Hong Kong
  3. Murithi Mutiga: Al Shabab’s Internal Split
  4. Op-Ed Contributors: A Litmus Test for Kurdistan

PoliticsU.S. Politics

  1. Armed Intruder at White House Got to East Room
  2. interactiveGraphic: Route Taken by the White House Intruder