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In Fiji, a ‘reluctant swimmer’ jumps in

Jada Yuan signed up for a tandem scuba dive with in Fiji to experience going deep without the certification process. Read More

Extreme surfers take on Portugal town’s 10-story waves

Portugal’s town of Nazare once feared its 10-story waves, but then the extreme surfers showed up. Read More
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Review: ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ stuffed with too much

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The team behind “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” throws an awful lot at the screen during this clotted two-hour-plus diversion, the latest installment in the J.K. Rowling-verse. Read More

Trump endorses easing some mandatory sentencing laws

President Donald Trump threw his support behind a substantial revision of the nation’s prison and sentencing laws today, opening a potential path to enacting the most significant changes to the criminal justice system in a generation. Read More
 
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Netflix put a movie in theaters. Good luck finding it.

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For “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,” the new film from the Coen brothers and the first title Netflix is distributing this way, the exclusive theatrical release was something of a mirage. Read More

Judge says ruling on CNN lawsuit will come on Thursday

A dispute over the press credentials of CNN’s chief White House correspondent has escalated into a potentially significant legal showdown over journalists’ rights. Read More

CNN’s White House lawsuit wins support, including from Fox News

A dispute over the press credentials of CNN’s chief White House correspondent has escalated into a potentially significant legal showdown over journalists’ rights, as the cable network and the Trump administration prepared for a hearing in federal court today. Read More
 

The caravan is still coming. But since the midterms, Trump shrugs.

For weeks before the midterm elections, President Donald Trump warned ominously about the threat from a caravan of migrants streaming from Central America toward Mexico’s border with the United States. Read More
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Pre-prom photo of students in apparent Nazi salute prompts investigation

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Police and school officials in a small town in Wisconsin are investigating a photograph taken last spring of about 60 male high school students, many of them making what appears to be a Nazi salute. Read More

Chasing royals and flights to paradise in New Zealand and Fiji

“The 52 Places Traveler” columnist Jada Yuan finds much to love about New Zealand and Fiji, embracing the local culture and nature despite travel hiccups. Read More
 

Exploring the Trumps’ Roots on a European Trek

The following is a collection of observations from the west coast of Scotland and a little-traveled swath of Mitteleuropa, a German term for Central Europe. Read More

The courage and folly of a war that left indelible scars

A century on, a question remains: Will, or should, this commemoration of Veterans Day — or Armistice Day, or Remembrance Day, as the date is also known — be the last on this scale? Read More

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