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Seeking a Smoother Ride, Whether You Drive or Your Autonomous Car Does

Seeking a Smoother Ride, Whether You Drive or Your Autonomous Car Does

Shakeel Avadhany, chief executive of ClearMotion, explaining its Activalve technology, which works with a car’s existing shock absorbers.
Tunisia’s Belt-Tightening Policies Put Democracy at Risk

Tunisia’s Belt-Tightening Policies Put Democracy at Risk

The office of the Tunisian General Labor Union, a co-winner of the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize for helping build a democracy. Now free-market policies pushed by international lenders may be putting
Liz Phair Is Not Your Feminist Spokesmodel

Liz Phair Is Not Your Feminist Spokesmodel

A reissue of Liz Phair’s 1993 album “Exile in Guyville” and her 1991 “Girly-Sound” tapes will be released in May.
Devastating Dust Storm Strikes India, Killing at Least 94

Devastating Dust Storm Strikes India, Killing at Least 94

Strong winds whipped dust and debris through New Delhi on Wednesday.
Trump Says Payment to Stormy Daniels Did Not Violate Campaign Laws

Trump Says Payment to Stormy Daniels Did Not Violate Campaign Laws

President Trump backed up a surprising announcement by his lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani, who said Mr. Trump repaid a $130,000 payment that Michael D. Cohen made to the actress Stephanie Clifford, who
California Today: California Today: A Tech Company Wades Into Housing Politics

California Today: California Today: A Tech Company Wades Into Housing Politics

“The housing crisis is one of the top issues facing California as an economy and Californians as people,” Patrick Collison, Stripe’s chief executive, said.
New York Times Co. Reports Revenue Growth as Digital Subscriptions Rise

New York Times Co. Reports Revenue Growth as Digital Subscriptions Rise

The New York Times Company’s total digital subscribers grew to roughly 2.8 million in the first quarter, and total revenue was up 3.8 percent from the same period in 2017.
Op-Ed Columnist: Rudy Giuliani vs. the Law

Op-Ed Columnist: Rudy Giuliani vs. the Law

Rudy Giuliani arriving at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., in November 2016.
Review: In ‘RBG,’ the Life and Times of a Beloved and Controversial Supreme Court Justice

Review: In ‘RBG,’ the Life and Times of a Beloved and Controversial Supreme Court Justice

The documentary “RBG” examines Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a legal pioneer and a pop-culture phenomenon.
Pirate Radio Stations Explode on YouTube

Pirate Radio Stations Explode on YouTube

Luke Pritchard, left, 20 and Jonny Laxton, 19, have been running a YouTube channel together since 2014.
Rudolph Giuliani, Washington Redskins, Starbucks: Your Thursday Briefing

Rudolph Giuliani, Washington Redskins, Starbucks: Your Thursday Briefing

Rudolph Giuliani, left, said on Wednesday that President Trump had reimbursed his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, for a payment made to the pornographic film star Stephanie Clifford.
Bring the Rule of Law to Nicaragua

Bring the Rule of Law to Nicaragua

Demonstrators last month in Managua, Nicaragua, honoring those who were killed in antigovernment protests.
Who Can Prevent a War Between Israel and Iran? Russia

Who Can Prevent a War Between Israel and Iran? Russia

Remnants of an unidentified rocket that fell in Hasbaya, Lebanon, near the Israeli and Syrian borders, in February. Israel has responded to Iranian drone attacks in the border areas.
Army Special Forces Secretly Help Saudis Combat Threat From Yemen Rebels

Army Special Forces Secretly Help Saudis Combat Threat From Yemen Rebels

The damage after debris from ballistic missiles fired by Yemen’s Houthi rebels fell onto a house in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in March.
Actually, National Democrats Should Interfere in Primaries

Actually, National Democrats Should Interfere in Primaries

A sign directed voters to a primary election polling site on the University of Texas campus.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Says He Has More Doctors’ Notes Dictated by Trump

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Says He Has More Doctors’ Notes Dictated by Trump

Harold Bornstein, President Trump’s former doctor, recently said that Mr. Trump dictated a letter Mr. Bornstein wrote in 2015 praising the then-candidate’s health. Stephen Colbert made light of the
Tired of Gang Violence, Students Walked Out of Class. Even That Was Dangerous.

Tired of Gang Violence, Students Walked Out of Class. Even That Was Dangerous.

Northwestern High School students walked out of school earlier this month to protest gun violence in the Liberty Square neighborhood of Miami.