Pride and Self-Love in the L.G.B.T.Q. African Diaspora (Lens)
Mikael Owunna met and photographed more than 50 L.G.B.T.Q. Africans in 10 countries across Europe and North America, and the resulting images exhibit the power that comes from insiders documenting their own community.
Investigate Killings in the Philippines (Opinion)
President Rodrigo Duterte’s move to pull the country out of the International Criminal Court should not impede a probe into deaths there.
Sons of Rich Black Families Fare No Better Than Sons of Working-Class Whites (The Upshot)
A study of 20 million children shows the fragility of the American Dream.
Kelsey Mitchell, a Coach’s Daughter, Is Chasing Records and Wins (Sports)
In a win over George Washington, Ohio State’s Mitchell was limited to 11 points, but she was happy to trade individual success for team success.
4 Easy Ways to Cut Down Your Sugar Intake (Smarter Living)
Sugar sneaks into our diets in many, many ways. Here’s how to cut it out.
Devastating Australia Bush Fire Destroys Scores of Homes (World)
Hundreds of residents were evacuated as fires in southern New South Wales spread to a town of 1,600 people.
Cambodia’s Ruler Dared Australians to Burn His Effigy, So They Did (World)
Protesters say the visit by the strongman Hun Sen ignores his attacks on free speech and his attempts to influence diaspora communities.
Putin, Brexit, Facebook: Your Monday Briefing (Briefing)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
What’s on TV Monday: ‘Arthur Miller: Writer’ and ‘Life Itself’ (Arts)
Two documentaries celebrate the lives of inimitable writers: the playwright Arthur Miller and the film critic Roger Ebert.
Returning to Vieques (Travel)
This lush, wild bit of Puerto Rico, a word-of-mouth destination that draws a loyal following of visitors, is rebuilding after last year’s ferocious hurricane season.
Daphne the Missing Duck May Be Finding Her Way Home (World)
A beloved member of a swimming club who went missing off the Western Australia coast has been found out at sea, and talks are underway for her return.
Juan Martín del Potro Outlasts Roger Federer for Indian Wells Title (Sports)
Del Potro saved three match points and stopped Federer’s 17-match winning streak to win a Masters 1000 event for the first time.
After Beating No. 1, U.M.B.C. Falls to a No. 9 (Sports)
Two days after pulling off the biggest upset in N.C.A.A. men’s tournament history against top-seeded Virginia, Maryland-Baltimore County lost to Kansas State, 50-43.
In Brazil, 1,000 Protest Murder of Rio de Janeiro Councilwoman (World)
The killing of Marielle Franco, a human-rights activist who argued an aggressive police culture was the cause of much violence in the city, has led to outrage and demonstrations.
‘The Walking Dead’ Season 8, Episode 12: Barbed Affection (Arts)
Negan’s attitude is a little different without his trusty Lucille.
Surgery May Keep Mets’ Jason Vargas Off Opening-Day Roster (Sports)
A fractured hamate bone on the starting pitcher’s non-throwing hand requires repair, and a trip to the disabled list is likely.
Review: Hopscotching Between Worlds in ‘My Dear Brooklyn’ (Theater)
In an overstuffed one-man show, Modesto Jimenez recalls a personal journey that includes gang life, a liberal-arts college and experimental theater.
No Corrections: March 19, 2018 (Corrections)
No corrections appeared in print on Monday, March 19, 2018.
Quotation of the Day: His Anger Rising, Trump Takes Aim at Mueller Team (Corrections)
Quotation of the Day for Monday, March 19. 2018.
A Tax on Tech Titans, an I.P.O. for Dropbox and a Tariff Deadline (Business Day)
A plan to revamp how digital revenue is taxed in Europe is expected. Dropbox is poised to go public, and tariffs on steel and aluminum will go into effect.