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The Hunt: A Phoenix Transplant Buys in Brooklyn

The Hunt: A Phoenix Transplant Buys in Brooklyn

THE RENTER For Lindsey Olson, a transplant from Phoenix, $2,400 a month for rent seemed insane. The one-bedroom she bought in Prospect Heights increases her monthly outlay by about $400, but she’s
This Man Expects to Run a 2:50 in the Boston Marathon on Monday

This Man Expects to Run a 2:50 in the Boston Marathon on Monday

“The halo is like a medieval torture device,” Tim Don’s doctor said. “It’s pure torture.” Don wore it for three months after he was struck by a utility vehicle while riding his bike.
Teacher Walkouts Threaten Republican Grip on Conservative States

Teacher Walkouts Threaten Republican Grip on Conservative States

Thousands of teachers demonstrated at Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort, Ky, last week, protesting a measure to restructure public pensions.
On Washington: A House (and a Party) Upended as Paul Ryan Calmly Takes His Leave

On Washington: A House (and a Party) Upended as Paul Ryan Calmly Takes His Leave

Paul Ryan on Wednesday in Washington. Mr. Ryan said he pledged to serve his constituents honestly, “and for me to ask them to vote to re-elect me, knowing that I wasn’t going to stay, is not being
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Victoria, British Columbia

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Victoria, British Columbia

The Inner Harbour, with the majestic Parliament buildings in the background.
Op-Ed Contributor: ‘I Can See You. How Will You Leave Here Alive?’

Op-Ed Contributor: ‘I Can See You. How Will You Leave Here Alive?’

People carry the body of the journalist Abdisatar Dahir, who was killed in a double suicide attack in Mogadishu, Somalia, in 2012.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Jewish State Has a Special Duty to Defend Syrians

Op-Ed Contributor: The Jewish State Has a Special Duty to Defend Syrians

Israeli soldiers at a state ceremony on Holocaust Remembrance Day, on Wednesday at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial, in Jerusalem.
Op-Ed Contributor: Grandma Wants to Return Home. I Can’t Tell Her Home Is Gone.

Op-Ed Contributor: Grandma Wants to Return Home. I Can’t Tell Her Home Is Gone.

Homes destroyed by airstrikes in Douma, Syria, in February. The United Nations has recently called the ongoing violence in the eastern Ghouta region “hell on earth.”
Man Accused of Raping Michigan Teenager Is Now Charged With Killing Her

Man Accused of Raping Michigan Teenager Is Now Charged With Killing Her

Fatmata Corneh, left, mother of Mujey Dumbuya, was comforted during a court hearing for Quinn James last month in Kentwood, Mich. Mr. James, a former school maintenance worker accused of sexually
Review: Sound, or Silence? A Passionate Debate in ‘Children of a Lesser God’

Review: Sound, or Silence? A Passionate Debate in ‘Children of a Lesser God’

Lauren Ridloff and Joshua Jackson spar over the role of sign language in deaf culture in “Children of a Lesser God.”
Investigators Focus on Another Trump Ally: The National Enquirer

Investigators Focus on Another Trump Ally: The National Enquirer

The National Enquirer has taken a decidedly political, and pro-Trump, turn. The company behind it has been drawn into a sweeping investigation, and also faces a Federal Election Commission complaint.
Pompeo Vows to Embrace Diplomacy, but Pledges Tougher Line on Russia

Pompeo Vows to Embrace Diplomacy, but Pledges Tougher Line on Russia

As he prepared for his Senate confirmation hearing, Mike Pompeo, the current director of the C.I.A., reached out to former diplomats, including the last two Democratic secretaries of state.