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Saturday Headlines: Turn it off and on again.

An incomplete list of the far-right attackers Trump has inspired since 2015.

A survey of bombing suspect Cesar Sayoc's tweets answers many of the questions raised by the stickers on his van.

The recent market tumble isn’t a crash: "It’s a reset." Meaning it's mostly good for workers and the economy.

Well this is chilling: Trump's announced withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty shows he and Bolton are ignorant of the lessons learned from the Cuban Missile Crisis.

London's Heathrow airport raises £1.6 billion to boost financial resilience for when Brexit arrives.

Given the interest rate environment, it's not the best time to win $1.5 billion.

When your strategy loses money...you feel like Casey Stengel, the Mets’ coach in 1962, who, after surveying his team, was moved to ask himself, “Can’t anybody here play this game?” “Value investing” rewards those who enjoy being out of step with everyone else for much of the time.

Oregon's cannabis legalization has gone off script, plagued by overproduction, ecological threats, and inaccurate reporting. See more in The Editors' Longreads Picks.

French street artist JR explains how he photographed 245 Americans, from all sides of the gun debate, for the new Time cover.

For the first time in years, I can sleep at night. I don’t have to carry a gun. I can finally get a little bit of peace. I’m just trying to get better, day by day. Trying to be a better person, day by day. Darius Miles explains what the hell happened to Darius Miles (and where the two taps came from).

The Dodgers beat the Red Sox in last night's World Series game, which, at seven hours and 20 minutes, was the longest in World Series history.

Two male penguins in Sydney, caring for a fostered egg, welcome a tiny sub-Antarctic Gentoo chick into the world.

Should a self-driving car kill a baby or a grandmother? Your answer may depend on where you're from.

Wear your helmet when you ride a bike, but know that safety depends much more on street design than headgear.

See also: How to not kill a cyclist.

A portrait painted using artificial intelligence sold at Christie’s in New York on Thursday for $432,500.

"Brewski." "Ear candy." "Meme." Merriam-Webster's "Time Traveler" tells you what words were introduced into print each year.