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How to Stick to a Schedule When You Work From Home

How to Stick to a Schedule When You Work From Home

Customers work on their phones and laptops at a coffee shop in the East Village.
Hong Kong Journal: Could a Colonial-Era Golf Club Solve Hong Kong’s Housing Woes?

Hong Kong Journal: Could a Colonial-Era Golf Club Solve Hong Kong’s Housing Woes?

The Hong Kong Golf Club has become the focal point of a citywide debate about how to use an increasingly scarce and valuable resource: land.
U.S. Fertility Rate Fell to a Record Low, for a Second Straight Year

U.S. Fertility Rate Fell to a Record Low, for a Second Straight Year

Shannon Hettinger, 32, of Washington, D.C., said she definitely wanted children but for now was focused on her career. “Once I achieve a certain level of success,” she said, “then I’ll start thinking
Common Sense: A Battle for Control of CBS, With Far-Reaching Consequences

Common Sense: A Battle for Control of CBS, With Far-Reaching Consequences

Shari Redstone, the controlling shareholder of CBS, is the target of a highly unusual bid by the CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves, right, and the company’s board to dilute her control of the media
More Fabric, More Money? British Retailer Is Accused of Charging ‘Fat Tax’

More Fabric, More Money? British Retailer Is Accused of Charging ‘Fat Tax’

New Look said it was reviewing the prices of its plus-size collection “in a way which works best for our customers and our business.”
A Lawyer for Payday Lenders Is Confirmed for F.T.C. Job

A Lawyer for Payday Lenders Is Confirmed for F.T.C. Job

Andrew Smith, was confirmed on Wednesday as the next director of the Federal Trade Commission’s consumer protection bureau.
A Child of Gaza Dies. A Symbol Is Born. The Arguing Begins.

A Child of Gaza Dies. A Symbol Is Born. The Arguing Begins.

Relatives mourned the death of Layla Ghandour, an 8-month-old Palestinian girl who fell ill after inhaling tear gas at the protests in Gaza on Monday.

Man Threatens Spanish-Speaking Workers: ‘My Next Call Will Be to ICE’

In a rant caught on video in a Manhattan cafe, a man berated a manager for workers’ language, but even immigration officials distanced themselves from him.
Op-Ed Columnist: Women Win. Men Take a Powder.

Op-Ed Columnist: Women Win. Men Take a Powder.

Kara Eastman thanking supporters on Tuesday night in Omaha.
North Korean Threats Are ‘Splash of Cold Water’ on Expectations for Talks

North Korean Threats Are ‘Splash of Cold Water’ on Expectations for Talks

North Korea’s threat to cancel a coming summit meeting between its leader, Kim Jong-un, and President Trump was brushed aside by the White House.
Top Republican Senator Says ‘No Reason to Dispute’ That Russia Favored Trump

Top Republican Senator Says ‘No Reason to Dispute’ That Russia Favored Trump

The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Senator Richard M. Burr of North Carolina, on Wednesday on Capitol Hill. His statement was a rebuke to the president’s most ardent supporters.
Teacher Walkouts Spread to North Carolina, but the Movement Has Limits

Teacher Walkouts Spread to North Carolina, but the Movement Has Limits

Teachers marched in Raleigh, N.C., on Wednesday, as North Carolina became the sixth state where educators have left their classrooms to protest low pay and school funding.
Scott Kelly: How Tom Wolfe Changed My Life

Scott Kelly: How Tom Wolfe Changed My Life

The author, Scott Kelly, inside the International Space Station in 2015.
Mueller Won’t Indict Trump if He Finds Wrongdoing, Giuliani Says

Mueller Won’t Indict Trump if He Finds Wrongdoing, Giuliani Says

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, has concluded that he will adhere to the Justice Department view that he cannot indict a sitting president, according to President Trump’s lawyers.
Trump Calls Some Unauthorized Immigrants ‘Animals’ in Rant

Trump Calls Some Unauthorized Immigrants ‘Animals’ in Rant

President Trump at the California Sanctuary State Roundtable in the Cabinet Room on Wednesday.
Why North Korea Is Angered by ‘Libya Model’ in Nuclear Talks

Why North Korea Is Angered by ‘Libya Model’ in Nuclear Talks

Outside the Demilitarized Zone, near the border village of Panmunjom in Paju, South Korea, on Wednesday.
The Stone: This Is Not Just About Junot Díaz

The Stone: This Is Not Just About Junot Díaz

The author Junot Díaz accepting an award at the Norman Mailer Center’s Fifth Annual Benefit Gala in 2013.