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He has remained soccer’s great, enduring constant, but Messi has subtly morphed himself on the field, perhaps now reaching the most complete version of himself.

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Prosecutors plan to argue that Ms. Huffman’s part in the college admissions scheme fits a sentencing guideline of four to 10 months of incarceration.

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To preserve the landmark cathedral’s design, officials chose not to install some fire-suppression systems features like firewalls and sprinklers.

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The centuries made Notre-Dame everyone’s. Never has French civilization felt more important.

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Only Jackie Robinson’s No. 42 has been officially retired across the majors, but many players have gone out of their way to not wear Clemente’s No. 21.

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The case, involving a Human Rights Watch worker, tests the boundaries of criticism and protest in Israel. The advocacy group will appeal to Israel’s Supreme Court.

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The nearly 60-square-mile town is the third-largest in Connecticut. It also happens to be one of the least densely populated.

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This week’s properties include a five-bedroom in East Amwell, N.J., and a four-bedroom in Larchmont, N.Y.

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A bill passed by the Republican-controlled House would punish groups for submitting incomplete voter registrations. Critics say it would stifle minority votes.

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This week’s properties are in the financial district, Harlem and Brooklyn Heights.

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The Red Cross sent in their first shipment of medical supplies and hopes to distribute them without political intervention. The delay cost an untold number of lives.

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For the Paris fashion world, Notre-Dame and all it represents was a gravitational pole.

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Stephen Quake and two colleagues were found to have followed proper scientific protocol in their interactions with the Chinese researcher who did the work.

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Rare Fight by Ovechkin May Alter Series Against Hurricanes

In Game 3 of their playoff series, the Capitals star knocked out the Carolina rookie Andrei Svechnikov, who is expected to miss the next game with a concussion.

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Owen Garriott, an Early Scientist-Astronaut, Is Dead at 88

He was the science pilot on the record-breaking 59-day mission to Skylab in 1973. Ten years later, he returned to space on the shuttle Columbia.

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What the Notre-Dame Fire Reveals About the Soul of France

While a subdued Paris promises to rebuild, the shock of the potential loss has raised difficult questions about Catholicism, secularism and Islam.

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Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins Is Out ‘Indefinitely’ With Torn Quad

Cousins, Golden State’s starting center, had returned to the N.B.A. in January after tearing his Achilles’ tendon the year before.

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