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Op-Ed Columnist: Gaza’s Miseries Have Palestinian Authors

Op-Ed Columnist: Gaza’s Miseries Have Palestinian Authors

Palestinians protesting at the Gaza border on Sunday. The large wooden key the boy is holding symbolizes the Palestinians’ belief in their right of return.
An Indie-Rock Star at 18? Snail Mail Is Figuring It Out

An Indie-Rock Star at 18? Snail Mail Is Figuring It Out

Lindsey Jordan writes astute, emotional indie-rock songs that imply a lifetime of wisdom beyond her 18 years. Her debut album for Matador Records, “Lush,” is due in June.
Lachlan Murdoch Named Head of Family’s Shrinking TV Empire

Lachlan Murdoch Named Head of Family’s Shrinking TV Empire

Lachlan Murdoch, right, with broad experience in his father’s media empire, has long been Rupert Murdoch’s favored successor.
Mark Zuckerberg to Meet European Parliament Members Over Facebook’s Data Use

Mark Zuckerberg to Meet European Parliament Members Over Facebook’s Data Use

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, continues to face questions about how the company safeguards its users’ personal data.
Books of The Times: In ‘The Restless Wave,’ John McCain Says America Is Still Exceptional

Books of The Times: In ‘The Restless Wave,’ John McCain Says America Is Still Exceptional

Then presidential candidate John McCain on the campaign trail in 2008 in Phoenix.
Is Lars von Trier Trolling Us?

Is Lars von Trier Trolling Us?

Lars von Trier was invited back to Cannes after being banned in 2011.
How Same-Sex Couples Divide Chores, and What It Reveals About Modern Parenting

How Same-Sex Couples Divide Chores, and What It Reveals About Modern Parenting

Jared Hunt and Dorian Kendal at home with their son, Jackson, 2, and dog, Parker. The two have been married four years, and they say they divide household chores based on their personal preferences.
Food Matters: The Female Couples Remaking the Restaurant Industry

Food Matters: The Female Couples Remaking the Restaurant Industry

From left: Rita Sodi, Deborah VanTrece, Jocelyn Guest, Lorraine Lane, Jody Williams and Erika Nakamura — seen here with a bounty of their favorite dishes — are part of the growing cohort of female
DeVos Visits New York Schools, but Not Ones Run by the City

DeVos Visits New York Schools, but Not Ones Run by the City

Betsy DeVos, the secretary of education, visited a third grade classroom at Yeshiva Darchei Torah in Queens on Wednesday. Ms. DeVos did not go to a public school.
Trump Discloses Cohen Payment, Raising Questions About Previous Omission

Trump Discloses Cohen Payment, Raising Questions About Previous Omission

Revenue at the Trump National Doral, a golf resort near Miami, had tumbled a year ago, even after a major renovation, according to a financial filing last year.
The Russia Investigation Is Complicated. Here’s What It All Means.

The Russia Investigation Is Complicated. Here’s What It All Means.

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel overseeing the Russia investigation.
Banned Ozone-Harming Gas Creeps Back, Suggesting a Mystery Source

Banned Ozone-Harming Gas Creeps Back, Suggesting a Mystery Source

Refrigerators at a dump in New Orleans in 2006 after Hurricane Katrina. Chlorofluorocarbons were once commonly used as a refrigerant in appliances like these, but have been banned since 2010.
Code Name Crossfire Hurricane: The Secret Origins of the Trump Investigation

Code Name Crossfire Hurricane: The Secret Origins of the Trump Investigation

Days after the F.B.I. closed its investigation into Hillary Clinton in 2016, agents began scrutinizing the presidential campaign of her Republican rival, Donald J. Trump.
Killing Spurs Didi, China’s Ride-Hailing Giant, to Revamp Its Service

Killing Spurs Didi, China’s Ride-Hailing Giant, to Revamp Its Service

The Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing says it has 450 million users. It has expanded at a breakneck pace within China and around the world.
On Trade, the U.S. and China Consider the Unthinkable: Breaking Up

On Trade, the U.S. and China Consider the Unthinkable: Breaking Up

Semiconductor research in China. A plan known as Made in China 2025 is built around the idea of developing the country’s high-tech industries.
L.G.B.T. Students in Oregon Were Bullied and Forced to Read Bible, Report Says

L.G.B.T. Students in Oregon Were Bullied and Forced to Read Bible, Report Says

An investigator in the Oregon Department of Education said there was evidence of discrimination toward gay, lesbian and transgender students at North Bend High School, on the state’s southern coast.