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Marc Short Returns to Administration as Pence’s Chief of Staff

Marc Short Returns to Administration as Pence’s Chief of Staff

Marc Short will replace Nick Ayers as Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff.
West Virginia Teachers Walk Out (Again) and Score a Win in Hours

West Virginia Teachers Walk Out (Again) and Score a Win in Hours

Teachers on strike in Denver last week. Educators were set to walk off the job in Oakland, Calif., this week, continuing a protest movement that has persisted for the past year.
California Today: California’s Latest Fight With the Trump Administration

California Today: California’s Latest Fight With the Trump Administration

Attorney General Xavier Becerra of California said in an interview that the president himself had undercut his argument that there was an emergency at the border.
Bernie Sanders on the Issues: Where He Stands and What Could Derail Him

Bernie Sanders on the Issues: Where He Stands and What Could Derail Him

Supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders listened to him speak during a campaign rally at Morehouse College in Atlanta during the 2016 Democratic presidential primary.
Border Wall, Vatican, Karl Lagerfeld: Your Tuesday Briefing

Border Wall, Vatican, Karl Lagerfeld: Your Tuesday Briefing

A soup kitchen sponsored by opposition politicians, in Caracas, Venezuela.
Bernie Sanders, Once the Progressive Outlier, Joins a Crowded Presidential Field

Bernie Sanders, Once the Progressive Outlier, Joins a Crowded Presidential Field

Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont marched with others from a prayer service at Zion Baptist Church in Columbia, S.C., to the state house last month during an event on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

On Politics: Bernie Sanders Announces 2020 Bid

Senator Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent whose populist agenda has helped push the Democratic Party to the left, is running for president again.

How Bernie Sanders Has Gone After Donald Trump

Senator Bernie Sanders announced that he was running for president again. Here’s how Mr. Sanders and President Trump have gone after each other.

Lens: Bearing Witness to Jim Crow in Mississippi With Uncompromising Candor

Florence Mars captured a fading but no less virulent racial order in Mississippi, when forces beyond its control were gradually dismantling the state’s system of legalized segregation.
As McKinsey Sells Advice, Its Hedge Fund May Have a Stake in the Outcome

As McKinsey Sells Advice, Its Hedge Fund May Have a Stake in the Outcome

McKinsey has revealed little about the hedge fund it owns, MIO Partners, concealing many of the investments in shell companies on the island of Guernsey.
Kaiser Permanente’s New Medical School Will Waive Tuition for Its First 5 Classes

Kaiser Permanente’s New Medical School Will Waive Tuition for Its First 5 Classes

“We’re going to see how this plays out and learn from it,” said Mark Schuster, the founding dean and chief executive of the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine, which is waiving tuition for its first

Another Sick Migrant Dies in Border Patrol Custody in Texas

A 45-year-old migrant suffering health problems has become the latest to die in Border Patrol custody after crossing the border in Texas.
Southern Baptists Announce Plans to Address Sexual Abuse

Southern Baptists Announce Plans to Address Sexual Abuse

People praying at the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting in 2018. Nearly 400 Southern Baptist leaders have been accused of sexual misconduct or crimes since 1998, according to a recent
George Mendonsa, 95, Most Likely the Sailor in a Famous Photo, Dies

George Mendonsa, 95, Most Likely the Sailor in a Famous Photo, Dies

George Mendonsa claimed to be the sailor photographed kissing a nurse in Times Square as people celebrated the end of World War II on Aug. 14, 1945. A photo similar to this one by Alfred Eisenstaedt
In North Carolina, Investigators Find Ballot ‘Scheme’ in House Race

In North Carolina, Investigators Find Ballot ‘Scheme’ in House Race

Kim Strach, the executive director of the North Carolina State Board of Elections, on Monday gave the first account of investigators’ conclusions at a hearing in Raleigh, N.C., that could determine
Elizabeth Warren’s Native American Ancestry Draws a Shrug From These Voters

Elizabeth Warren’s Native American Ancestry Draws a Shrug From These Voters

Attendees gathered in Las Vegas to see Senator Elizabeth Warren speak on Sunday. In interviews with Democratic voters, almost all of them expressed more interest in Ms. Warren’s policy ideas than her
For a Black Mathematician, What It’s Like to Be the ‘Only One’

For a Black Mathematician, What It’s Like to Be the ‘Only One’

Edray Goins is one of about a dozen black mathematicians among nearly 2,000 tenured faculty members in the nation’s top 50 math departments.
Saving the Bats, One Cave at a Time

Saving the Bats, One Cave at a Time

A Western small-footed bat being wrested from its torpor and collected for study in an abandoned mining cave near Ely, Nev.