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With Jail Sentences and Corporate Flameouts, China Is Tackling its Debt

With Jail Sentences and Corporate Flameouts, China Is Tackling its Debt

The offices of the Anbang Insurance Group in Beijing. Wu Xiaohui, the company’s founder, was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Thursday.
California Today: California Today: When Children Ask About Homelessness

California Today: California Today: When Children Ask About Homelessness

A homeless encampment in Hollywood. Los Angeles has one of the largest homeless populations in the United States.
In Malaysia, the Old Prime Minister Promises a New Order

In Malaysia, the Old Prime Minister Promises a New Order

Mahathir Mohamad, 92, was sworn in on Thursday as Malaysia’s prime minister, a post he held from 1981 to 2003. He has vowed to reform the system he helped install.
North Korea, Gina Haspel, Malaysia: Your Thursday Briefing

North Korea, Gina Haspel, Malaysia: Your Thursday Briefing

President Trump and Melania Trump with the three freed Americans at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland today. Mr. Trump praised the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, and said that the end goal was to
David Goodall, 104, Scientist Who Fought to Die on His Terms, Ends His Life

David Goodall, 104, Scientist Who Fought to Die on His Terms, Ends His Life

The Australian scientist David Goodall the day before he was to take a lethal dose of barbiturates in Basel, Switzerland.
Dream Logic: Hiro Murai on the Look of ‘Atlanta’

Dream Logic: Hiro Murai on the Look of ‘Atlanta’

Donald Glover stayed in prosthetic makeup between takes as the titular recluse in the “Teddy Perkins” episode of “Atlanta,” which ends its second season on FX on Thursday.
What Sanctions Mean to Iranians

What Sanctions Mean to Iranians

An anti-American protest on Wednesday in front of the former United States Embassy in Tehran after President Trump said he was abrogating the Iran nuclear agreement.
Why Schneiderman’s Replacement Matters

Why Schneiderman’s Replacement Matters

Eric Schneiderman, who resigned as New York attorney general this week, was a leading antagonist of President Trump.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Which Side Are You On?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Which Side Are You On?

Losing elections has gotten more emotionally taxing. Clinton partisans at the Javits Center on Nov. 8, 2016.
On Washington: John McCain Isn’t Ready to Wave a White Flag Just Yet

On Washington: John McCain Isn’t Ready to Wave a White Flag Just Yet

Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, in September 2017. In the pages of his memoir, he doesn’t surrender to brain cancer, but he clearly accepts that his time may be short.
Relatives of American Prisoners in Iran Ask: What Now?

Relatives of American Prisoners in Iran Ask: What Now?

Siamak Namazi, one of five Americans known to be held by Iran, near San Francisco in 2006.
Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Unloads on Eric Schneiderman

Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Unloads on Eric Schneiderman

Samantha Bee said she did not feel at all conflicted about condemning Eric Schneiderman, New York’s former attorney general, who is accused of physically abusing romantic partners.
Essay: Why ‘Fahrenheit 451’ Is the Book for Our Social Media Age

Essay: Why ‘Fahrenheit 451’ Is the Book for Our Social Media Age

Michael Shannon (left) and Michael B. Jordan in “Fahrenheit 451.”
These Women Mostly Ignored Politics. Now, Activism Is Their Job.

These Women Mostly Ignored Politics. Now, Activism Is Their Job.

Kathy Rentz speaking at a local Democratic meeting in New Castle, Pa. Ms. Rentz was drawn away from her lifelong Republican voting habits by President Barack Obama, and said she “hated hated hated”
Joshua Henry Does Whatever It Takes, in ‘Carousel’ and as a Father

Joshua Henry Does Whatever It Takes, in ‘Carousel’ and as a Father

For Joshua Henry, the Tony-nominated star of “Carousel,” playing the flawed Billy Bigelow is an opportunity to expand younger black actors’ notion of what they can hope to do onstage.