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Mexico Spared Major Damage by Giant Storm

By AZAM AHMED and PAULINA VILLEGAS

President Enrique Peña Nieto said there were no initial reports of deaths but the danger was not past. “We still can’t lower our guard,” he said.

Pope Francis at the conclusion of a synod of bishops, at the Vatican on Saturday.

Amid Splits, Catholic Bishops Crack Open Door on Divorce

By LAURIE GOODSTEIN and ELISABETTA POVOLEDO

Pope Francis called this assembly to reconsider the church’s approach to marriage and family at a time when the very definition of family is changing.

Charlie Hebdo’s Recovery From Attacks Opens New Wounds for Staff

By NICOLA CLARK

In the nine months since gunmen killed 12 people at the satirical paper’s headquarters in Paris, a surge in readers and revenue has divided employees.

Dr. Hong Jeong-geun uses a laser to remove a tattoo from the arm of a North Korean defector at a clinic in Seoul, South Korea.

South Korean Plastic Surgeons Help Northern Defectors Erase Their Scars

By CHOE SANG-HUN

Dozens of defectors from North Korea have signed up for a free surgery program, including a woman whose face was scarred in a factory accident and a man who cannot breathe through his nose.

Martin Ormen, 19, and Birgitte K., 22, say they have encountered ghosts. Mr. Ormen travels around the region hunting for traces of ghosts and then posts videos of the findings - always invisible - on the Internet.

Norway Has a New Passion: Ghost Hunting

By ANDREW HIGGINS

Belief in ghosts has been around for centuries, but they have now found a particularly strong following in highly secular modern countries like Norway.

Obama Administration Calls for Limits on Testing in Schools

By KATE ZERNIKE

The administration acknowledged its own role in the proliferation of tests, and urged schools to make exams less onerous and more purposeful.

In the 500-square-foot Brooklyn apartment the Gilmore family is hoping to stay in as long as possible, Rilo Gilmore eats grapes while his friend, Lucy Martin, left, whispers with his sister, Gloria. Behind the girls, Lucy's mother, Melanie Martin, plays with young Julian Gilmore.

Growing Families That Stay Put

By JENNIFER MILLER

Some families are crowding together for the sake of preserving close-knit neighborhood relationships, especially those forged among children.

The scene where a car crashed into a crowd of people during the Oklahoma State University homecoming parade on Saturday in Stillwater, Okla.

Oklahoma State University Parade Turns Deadly as Car Crash Kills 4

By KATHLEEN McELROY and ASHLEY SOUTHALL

A 2-year-old was among those killed, and at least 49 others were injured during a homecoming parade. A woman was charged with driving under the influence.

Bush at 91: Irritated and Invigorated by ’16 Race

By JONATHAN MARTIN and MATT FLEGENHEIMER

The senior President Bush finds himself straining to understand today’s political climate. But if he is frustrated, the 91-year-old is also immersed.

Hillary Rodham Clinton with her husband, Bill, and Katy Perry in Des Moines on Saturday.

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Attack in Iowa, but Targets Diverge

By MAGGIE HABERMAN and JONATHAN MARTIN

Mrs. Clinton used a speech in Des Moines to link herself closely to President Obama, but Mr. Sanders turned his sights directly on his rival.

Paul Ryan greeting his children in Dubuque, Iowa, in 2012, when he was a Republican vice presidential candidate.

THE UPSHOT

Paul Ryan and Joe Biden: Unlikely Alliance of Working Fathers

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER

If prominent men talk about the importance of family time over work, it can reduce a stigma and help both men and women.

The 57-Year-Old Chart That Is Dividing the Fed

By NEIL IRWIN

If you believe in the traditional Phillips curve, as some at the Fed do, inflation should be taking off any day now.

District governors of the Federal Reserve, circa 1914.

HINDSIGHT

The Central Bank Skeptic Who Helped Give Birth to the Fed

By ROGER LOWENSTEIN

A trip to Europe persuaded the conservative senator Nelson W. Aldrich, who had been opposed to a central bank, to lay the groundwork for what became the Fed.

The former Enron building in Houston.

FAIR GAME

Earnings Misstatements Come in Bunches, Study Says

By GRETCHEN MORGENSON

The study also found that when companies playing accounting charades run into trouble, their corporate peers are deterred from mimicking their conduct.

Giving More Corporate Chiefs the Steve Jobs Treatment

By NITIN NOHRIA

C.E.O.s might lead differently if they believed that their achievements could land them in the history books or, as with Mr. Jobs, on the movie screen.

With Satya Nadella as chief executive, Microsoft has scaled back its ambitions in smartphones, while getting many people to use Office apps on other mobile devices.

Mike and Nick’s Week in Tech: Microsoft in the Cloud

By MIKE ISAAC and NICK WINGFIELD

Farhad Manjoo is off this week, so tech reporter Nick Wingfield joins Mike Isaac to discuss Microsoft, whose chief, Satya Nadella, has made some helpful changes in the last 18 months.

How a Mets Coach Brought Out Daniel Murphy’s Power

By TYLER KEPNER

Heeding Kevin Long’s advice has helped Murphy, who has seven home runs and a 1.026 slugging percentage this postseason.

The Royals' third-base coach, Mike Jirschele, left, sending Lorenzo Cain home in Game 6 of the A.L.C.S.

After a Prolonged Wait, a Royals Coach Makes the Right Decision in an Instant

By BILLY WITZ

Mike Jirschele, the Royals’ third-base coach, waved Lorenzo Cain home on a risky but calculated move on Friday that resulted in the winning run in Game 6.

Danielle and Mark Herzlich. Mrs. Herzlich revealed that she was physically abused by her father.

In Man’s Game, Mark Herzlich Is Standing Up for Women

By BILL PENNINGTON

Herzlich, a Giants linebacker, learned that his future wife had been physically abused by her father. Her story spurred him to take action.

Keira Knightley, Making Her Broadway Debut, Is Not Afraid of the Dark

By JESSE McKINLEY

The actress known for pirate and period movies will star in “Thérèse Raquin” just as she is tackling her role as a new mother.

Christo on Lake Iseo in Italy, where his solo project,

Next From Christo: Art That Lets You Walk on Water

By CAROL VOGEL

For a project called “The Floating Piers,” the artist Christo will install 200,000 floatable cubes in Italy’s Lake Iseo.

Mara Brock Akil, the show runner of the BET hit

With ‘Being Mary Jane,’ Mara Brock Akil Specializes in Portraits of Black Women

By JADA F. SMITH

The show runner gets ready for her final season on this BET series, before aiming for larger network audience

In Chelsea, a Great Wealth Divide

By MIREYA NAVARRO

In Chelsea and other neighborhoods like it, dizzying economic transformations because of an influx of wealth have affected the residents of less means in both obvious and insidious ways.

Deborah Snider, third from right, leading a Zumba class in Terra Firma's group therapy program.

After a Border Crossing, a Joyous Haven in the South Bronx

By LIZ ROBBINS

Terra Firma, in the South Bronx, offers an unusual blend of legal help and therapy for unaccompanied, traumatized children who crossed from Mexico to the United States

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