We near the end of another eventful year. Wildfires raged across California, the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy toward immigrants led to family separations, relations between North and South Korea eased a bit, a horrific school shooting in Florida touched off a nationwide gun-control protest and debate, France won the World Cup in Moscow, Britain’s Prince Harry wed Meghan Markle, the U.S. held a historic midterm election, and so much more. Here, we present the Top 25 News Photos of 2018. Be sure to come back soon for a more comprehensive series, beginning tomorrow—2018: The Year in Photos, Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.
Donald Cline must have thought no one would ever know. Then DNA testing came along.
Trump’s continuing attacks on John McCain reveal a worrisome state of mind.
Unwritten rules underlie all of elite-university life—and students who don’t come from a wealthy background have a hard time navigating them.
The biology of mental illness is still a mystery, but practitioners don’t want to admit it.
For the parents charged in a new FBI investigation, crime was a cheaper and simpler way to get their kids into elite schools than the typical advantages wealthy applicants receive.
“I will not belly dance in front of them to gain their trust,” one European lawmaker said.
A long-overdue excavation of the book that Hitler called his “bible,” and the man who wrote it
For the first time in years, a broad spectrum of climate advocates is playing offense.
His tweetstorm over the past 72 hours suggests that voters can expect many more Twitter tirades as legal and political pressures mount.
“Variety doesn’t really matter to me. I would be perfectly happy to eat the same Caesar salad or peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich every day.”