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The Cruelty of Breaking Up Immigrant Families

The Cruelty of Breaking Up Immigrant Families

Central American asylum seekers in Hermosillo, Mexico, waiting for a bus to take them to the United States border.
Op-Ed Columnist: Did China Just Bribe Trump to Undermine National Security?

Op-Ed Columnist: Did China Just Bribe Trump to Undermine National Security?

President Trump announced this week that he was working with President Xi of China to help save ZTE.
A State Attorney General Calls Out Betsy DeVos on For-Profit Colleges

A State Attorney General Calls Out Betsy DeVos on For-Profit Colleges

Gurbir S. Grewal, the attorney general of New Jersey, wrote a letter raising concerns about the status of federal investigations into for-profit schools.
Hail Caesar Salad! Romaine Is Safe to Eat Again

Hail Caesar Salad! Romaine Is Safe to Eat Again

Harvesting season has ended in the Yuma, Ariz. region, leading food safety officials to assure the public that romaine in stores and in restaurants isn’t from the contaminated batches.

Fact Check of the Day: Trump Stretches Facts by Claiming Record Successes During ‘Greatest Witch Hunt’ in U.S. History

A historian says comparing the Russia investigation to the Salem witch trials is “hot air.” And among the past 10 presidents, Mr. Trump has signed the second-fewest bills to become law at this point
2 Die as School Bus Overturns on New Jersey Highway

2 Die as School Bus Overturns on New Jersey Highway

A school bus from Paramus collided with a dump truck on Interstate 80 in western New Jersey.
Netflix Counts the Reasons Teens Should Watch ‘13 Reasons Why’

Netflix Counts the Reasons Teens Should Watch ‘13 Reasons Why’

The first season of “13 Reasons Why,” which explores the suicide of the high schooler Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford, here with Dylan Minnette), alarmed parents who worried that the show glamorized
Senate Confirms Gina Haspel to Lead C.I.A. Despite Torture Concerns

Senate Confirms Gina Haspel to Lead C.I.A. Despite Torture Concerns

Gina Haspel, who testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee last week, wrote that the C.I.A.’s post-Sept. 11 interrogation program “did damage to our officers and our standing in the world.”
As Democratic Women Surge, Ranks of Republican Women May Shrink

As Democratic Women Surge, Ranks of Republican Women May Shrink

Representatives Diane Black, left, and Marsha Blackburn, right, both Tennessee Republicans, with President Trump at an executive order signing in Nashville in January. Both women are leaving the House
An Aggrieved Trump Wants Better Press, and He Blames Leaks for Not Getting It

An Aggrieved Trump Wants Better Press, and He Blames Leaks for Not Getting It

Information has often leaked out of the larger daily communications meeting, but little has been as damaging to the White House as a joke made by a junior aide about Senator John McCain.
Critics Say He Can’t Beat a Dictator. This Venezuelan Thinks He Can.

Critics Say He Can’t Beat a Dictator. This Venezuelan Thinks He Can.

Henri Falcón, center, a presidential candidate in Venezuela, campaigning in a slum outside Caracas this month.

How to Accept a Compliment

If you just say “Thank you,” you’ve missed the point.