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After Deadspin Chaos, an Executive Exits G/O Media’s editorial director, Paul Maidment, follows the staff of Deadspin out the door.

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Is Aramco Worth $2 Trillion? And Other Crucial I.P.O. Questions The valuation of the giant oil producer remains a critical question in the wake its decision to go public.

‘A Very Dangerous Game’: In Latin America, Embattled Leaders Lean on Generals Presidents are increasingly asking militaries to bail them out of crises, surfacing painful memories in a region where many grew up under military rule.

What India Looks Like When the Air Turns to Poison The toxic New Delhi skies are caused in part by the burning of fields, and officials have begun restricting car use, shutting primary schools and halting construction projects.

The Subway Is in Financial Crisis. Are 500 More Police Officers Needed? Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo wants to spend more than $50 million a year on new police officers, even though the transit agency is facing a financial crisis. Opponents say the system is already overly policed.

Murder in Mexico: Mormon Families Have a Long History There Fundamentalist religious communities have a long history in northern Mexico, dating back to settlers who practiced polygamy.

Holiday Movies 2019: Here’s What’s Coming Soon to Theaters The “Star Wars” Skywalker saga is coming to an end, “Frozen” is getting a sequel and “The Shining” characters are baaaaaack. Here’s what you need to know about the season in cinema.

Life After Prison, on YouTube Christina Randall wanted to become a social worker once she got out of jail. She didn’t expect to reach so many people.

Knowing Paris by Its Bridges Spanning the Seine, of steel, stone and wood, the city’s many bridges offer lessons in history, architecture — and romance.

An Invitation to Readers: Variations on a Letter Be creative. Send us a limerick, haiku, fractured nursery rhyme, whatever strikes your fancy.

Want Anonymity? Look to Guy Fawkes All around the world, protesters wear Guy Fawkes masks to conceal their identity in service of a cause.

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