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Thursday Headlines: The nose knows.

US intelligence has more and more reason to believe Saudi Arabia's Prince Mohammed bin Salman was responsible for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The Post held off publishing it because we hoped Jamal would come back to us so that he and I could edit it together. Now I have to accept: That is not going to happen. Jamal Khashoggi's final column for the Washington Post.

At least 19 people died at a college in Crimea yesterday after the detonation of an explosive device. Putin blames the attack on American school shootings and "globalization."

Citing his press attacks, PEN America is suing Trump for violating "the First Amendment and his oath to uphold the Constitution."

Some Republicans may be OK with what their party has become under Trump—but many suburban women aren't, and they're organizing.

In every US state, science is up for election in 2018. Find the most important science issue in your area.

Numbers of boomer and millennial voters in America are nearly equal—but boomers turn out, and they're electing themselves.

Interest in Texas's Senate race has caused a massive voter registration spike in Austin. Some people may have to cast provisional ballots.

When suspicious deaths occur at America's national parks, the ISB is there, facing complex problems and inaccessible crime scenes.

Yellowstone National Park's ecology has shifted thanks to wolves' reintroduction over 20 years ago—even the trees have changed.

A study finds a link between people who have a good sense of navigation and those who have a good sense of smell.

Views of the world in seven-square-mile segments.

He sent colleagues an email with video of the near-collision. Its subject line was “Prius vs. Camry.” He remained in his leadership role and continued taking cars on non-official routes. A longread on Google’s overambitious former head of autonomous cars makes you wonder whether self-driving cars are worth the hype.

An investigation into "a new and incendiary business: militarized contract killing, carried out by skilled American fighters."

A manufacturer that knowingly produced defective vaccines has been fined $1.2 billion by Chinese authorities.

West’s words sound almost exactly like the words of James Brown and other Black Power activists who abandoned the movement in favor of the Nixon administration. Kanye isn’t the first influential African-American recruited by a GOP that doesn’t care about black people.

After nearly 50 years as the voices of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, Caroll Spinney is retiring from Sesame Street.

Over a third of American pet-owners...would pay for animal-related expenses by putting less into their retirement accounts.

The balkanized web: With the EU's data regulations and a censored Google for China, there may soon be three internets.

It's the best of times and the worst of times for many sports fans: All four major North American sports are playing right now.

Photos from the abandoned Bloomingdale Line in 2009, before Chicago turned it into an elevated greenway.