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Liam Stack

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Liam:

Startled Marmot and a Fox Lead the Way at Wildlife Photography Awards

The winning image showcases “the humor and horror” of nature, the Natural History Museum in London said. → Read More

Chris Cline, Coal Mining Entrepreneur, Is Killed in Helicopter Crash, Reports Say

Mr. Cline was a well-known philanthropist and Republican donor who began working in the coal industry in West Virginia. → Read More

‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Star Beth Chapman Dies at 51

Alongside her husband, Ms. Chapman starred in the reality show “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” an eight-season hit for A&E. Her battle with cancer was the subject of a two-hour special. → Read More

The F.B.I. Once Helped in the Hunt for Bigfoot

In 1976, a Bigfoot researcher asked the F.B.I. for help. Would it test a hair sample for him? According to newly released documents, the answer was yes. → Read More

Man Who Posed as Saudi Prince and Defrauded Investors Out of $8 Million Is Sent to Prison

Anthony Gignac, 48, once called “The Prince of Fraud,” was sentenced to more than 18 years in prison. Prosecutors said he had spent most of his life impersonating Prince Khalid al-Saud. → Read More

Airline Involved in 2 Deadly Alaska Crashes Suspends Operations, Officials Say

Taquan Air, which operates sightseeing tours and regular air service, was involved in two crashes within a week, officials said. Eight people were killed. → Read More

U.S. Birthrate Drops 4th Year in a Row, Possibly Echoing the Great Recession

The birthrate hit a 32-year low and the fertility rate reached a record low in 2018, bringing the United States more in line with other wealthy countries. → Read More

A Giant Bird Killed Its Owner. Now It Could Be Yours.

Marvin Hajos, 75, was killed by a cassowary that he kept on his property. Now, it will go up for auction with about 100 other exotic animals he owned. → Read More

Ocean-Clogging Microplastics Also Pollute the Air, Study Finds

Microplastics are known to cause ocean pollution, but a new study suggests airborne plastic particles pollute the air and dry land as well. → Read More

How Julian Assange and WikiLeaks Became Targets

Here are key points in his case since WikiLeaks burst onto the scene in 2010. → Read More

Faith Goldy, Former Toronto Mayoral Candidate, Caught in Facebook’s Far-Right Crackdown

Ms. Goldy, a white nationalist, was one of several far-right groups and figures kicked off Facebook on Monday as it clamped down on hate groups. → Read More

Christchurch Messages on Facebook Lead to Charge of Lying to F.B.I.

White supremacists discussed an American re-enactment of the mosque attacks, a criminal complaint says. → Read More

6 Takeaways From The Times’s Investigation Into Rupert Murdoch and His Family

Using 150 interviews on three continents, The Times describes the Murdoch family’s role in destabilizing democracy in North America, Europe and Australia. → Read More

First Black Woman to Serve as a Virginia Police Chief Says Racist Officers Forced Her Out

Tonya D. Chapman, who resigned last week as the chief in Portsmouth, Va., said she was undermined by racist officers who opposed her reform efforts. → Read More

Guggenheim Museum Says It Won’t Accept Gifts From Sackler Family

The decision, which followed similar moves from British museums, highlights growing unease in the art world over the family’s links to OxyContin and the opioid crisis. → Read More

JetBlue Faces Lawsuit Saying Pilots Drugged and Raped Flight Attendants

The lawsuit says that two pilots drugged and raped flight attendants last year and that the airline took no action when it learned of the assault. → Read More

Trump Says Mueller Report Should Be Made Public: ‘Let People See It’

Mr. Trump has previously declined to commit to making the Mueller report public, but on Wednesday said the attorney general should “let it come out.” → Read More

Francesco Cali, Reputed Gambino Crime Boss, Shot and Killed on Staten Island

The police said Mr. Cali had suffered multiple gunshot wounds, and there were reports of a blue pickup truck leaving the scene of the shooting. → Read More

A Stranger Returned His Lost Lottery Tickets. Then He Won $273 Million.

Michael J. Weirsky, an unemployed New Jersey man, won the Mega Millions jackpot after losing his tickets. He was distracted by his cellphone, he said. → Read More

Tennessee House Passes Bill to Ban Abortion After Detection of Fetal Heartbeat

Abortion rights advocates vowed to challenge the bill in court if it became law, a prospect that led opponents of abortion rights to distance themselves from it. → Read More