NY Times Ex-Officer in Philippines Says He Led Death Squad at Duterte’s Behest 2017-02-20T10:15:33.000000Z Arthur Lascañas became the second professed hit man to accuse President Rodrigo Duterte of having sponsored the extrajudicial killings of crime and drug suspects. The Getaway: Car-Free Vacations for the Urban Traveler 2017-02-20T10:00:26.000000Z Unexpected locales are joining the car-optional list as new and expanding rapid transit options take root across the country. Border Wall Would Cleave Tribe, and Its Connection to Ancestral Land 2017-02-20T10:00:26.000000Z The Tohono O’odham Nation’s reservation in Arizona extends along 62 miles of the border, with 2,000 members living in Mexico. Joe Piscopo Considers Running for Governor of New Jersey. No Joke. 2017-02-20T10:00:26.000000Z Mr. Piscopo is hoping to parlay his Jersey credentials and rising political profile into a long-shot bid for governor as either a Republican or an independent. Millions in South Sudan in Urgent Need of Food, U.N. Warns 2017-02-20T09:56:44.000000Z The country plunged into ethnic conflict three years ago, killing tens of thousands, driving millions from their homes and hindering delivery of lifesaving aid. South Korea Calls Killing of Kim Jong-nam a ‘Terrorist Act’ by North 2017-02-20T09:51:52.000000Z Seoul accused the government of Kim Jong-un of assassinating his estranged half brother and urged the world to hold North Korea accountable for the killing. Protest Art in the Era of Trump 2017-02-20T07:33:57.000000Z Six artists explain their motivation, and the sometimes difficult reactions to their work. Jim Mattis to Baghdad: ‘We’re Not in Iraq to Seize Anybody’s Oil’ 2017-02-20T07:28:18.000000Z The defense secretary arrived in Baghdad promising that the United States had no plans to absorb Iraq’s oil reserves, despite President Trump’s comments last month. A Back-Channel Plan for Ukraine and Russia, Courtesy of Trump Associates 2017-02-20T04:48:17.000000Z Amid scrutiny of President Trump’s possible ties to Russia, his personal lawyer advances an opposition Ukrainian lawmaker’s sealed plan to the White House. Uber Investigating Sexual Harassment Claims by Ex-Employee 2017-02-20T04:01:20.000000Z The employee, who left Uber in December, wrote on her blog that she had been harassed by her supervisor and that her complaints were ignored.