How a Liverpool gym led a local rebellion against the government’s inscrutable rules.
By Stephen Castle
Russia’s hackers appeared to be preparing to sow chaos amid any uncertainty around election results, officials said.
By Julian E. Barnes, Nicole Perlroth and David E. Sanger
People across much of Europe — including France, Italy, Poland and Spain — are now more likely to be hospitalized with Covid-19 than those in the United States.
By Allison McCann and Lauren Leatherby
The decision, which cannot be appealed, halts pregnancy terminations for fetal abnormalities, virtually the only type currently performed in the country.
By Monika Pronczuk
Frank Jensen admitted to harassing numerous women over decades. His case is part of a gathering confrontation in the country over sexual misconduct.
By Martin Selsoe Sorensen
The agreement calls for China to formally recognize the pope’s authority within the church, while the Vatican in turn recognized the legitimacy of bishops previously appointed by Beijing.
By Jason Horowitz
Barbara Mundel takes over as artistic director of the Münchner Kammerspiele, lately perhaps the most consistently exciting playhouse in Germany.
By A.J. Goldmann
America’s deeply polarized politics have marked foreign policy, too, undermining Washington’s authority and reputation for reliability.
By Steven Erlanger
Security forces in Nigeria open fire on protesters.
By Natasha Frost
Iran is behind threatening, spoofed emails sent to voters, the officials said, but there was no indication that any votes themselves had been altered.
By Julian E. Barnes and David E. Sanger