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Aliens Land In Virginia, Nobody CaresNYT Now

Once again, aliens have visited Earth to the annoyance of residents. One resident has stated," I wish they would find somewhere else to visit, I have things to do. "

Another day, another spaceship. Credit Adrees Latif/Reuters


ISIS Hostages Endured Torture and Dashed HopesNYT Now

The death of James Foley in August at the hands of Islamic State jihadists in Syria was a very public end to a hidden ordeal shared with nearly two dozen other Westerners, who were routinely beaten, starved, subjected to waterboarding and sometimes traded for cash, his freed cellmates say.


The father of Jejoen Bontinck, a young Belgian who spent three weeks in the same cell as James Foley and other hostages, showed a picture of the prison where they were held. Credit Jasper Juinen for The New York Times


Three Supreme Court Justices Return to Yale

Sonia Sotomayor, Samuel A. Alito Jr. and Clarence Thomas attended reunion weekend at the law school and discussed affirmative action and salsa dancing.

Contrasting Portraits of Shooter at Washington SchoolNYT Now

When Jaylen Ray Fryberg pulled out a handgun in the school cafeteria on Friday, witnesses said, he did not randomly target fellow students, nor authority figures, but friends.


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