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Japan Moves to Ease Aging Drivers Out of Their Cars

Japan Moves to Ease Aging Drivers Out of Their Cars

Noboru Moriwaki, 90, who lives with his wife up a curvy hill on the outskirts of a rural town in Japan, said he had no imminent plans to give up driving. “If you can’t drive,” he said, “you can’t get
What Meghan Markle Means to Black Britons

What Meghan Markle Means to Black Britons

“There is nothing that racist people can do about it,” said Tshego Lengolo, 11, about the royal wedding. “So they might as well get used to it.”
Breaking Up Immigrant Families: A Look at the Latest Border Tactic

Breaking Up Immigrant Families: A Look at the Latest Border Tactic

Immigrants near McAllen, Tex., last month. The number of families making the journey over land to the United States has soared in recent months after subsiding last year.
Defeated Malaysian Prime Minister Is Barred From Leaving Country

Defeated Malaysian Prime Minister Is Barred From Leaving Country

Malaysia’s former prime minister, Najib Razak, resigned as president of his party, the United Malays National Organization, on Saturday, just hours after he was barred from leaving the country.
Oklahoma Governor Vetoes Bill That Would Have Made Gun Licenses Unnecessary

Oklahoma Governor Vetoes Bill That Would Have Made Gun Licenses Unnecessary

Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma vetoed a bill on Friday that would have authorized adults to carry firearms without a permit or training.
Noted Humanitarian Charged With Child Rape in Nepal, Stunning a Village

Noted Humanitarian Charged With Child Rape in Nepal, Stunning a Village

A 14-year-old Nepali boy in the doorway of his village home. Police say he was sexually assaulted by a Canadian humanitarian aid worker.

A Helicopter on Mars? NASA Wants to Try

The space agency’s next Martian rover, currently scheduled for a 2020 launch, is to carry a four-pound helicopter.
Federal Prisons Roll Back Rules Protecting Transgender People

Federal Prisons Roll Back Rules Protecting Transgender People

The grounds of a federal prison in Pennington Gap, Va. The Bureau of Prisons will use an inmate’s biological sex to assign housing and bathrooms.
Trump Tirade Is Culmination of Immigration Frustration

Trump Tirade Is Culmination of Immigration Frustration

Men who illegally crossed the border into the United States from Mexico this week were apprehended near McAllen, Tex.
Iran Rallies Against U.S. and Warns Europe Over Endangered Nuclear Deal

Iran Rallies Against U.S. and Warns Europe Over Endangered Nuclear Deal

Iranian hard-liners organized anti-American protests in Tehran, above, and other cities on Friday in response to President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the 2015 nuclear accord.
Op-Ed Columnist: Sex, Trump and Cecile

Op-Ed Columnist: Sex, Trump and Cecile

Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood, at home in New York. In the context of the Trump era, she thinks of the George W. Bush years as good times.
Op-Ed Columnist: An American Diplomat in Europe

Op-Ed Columnist: An American Diplomat in Europe

Richard Grenell, the new U.S. ambassador to Germany.
Tale of North Korean Waitresses Who Fled to South Takes Dark Turn

Tale of North Korean Waitresses Who Fled to South Takes Dark Turn

A North Korean-run restaurant in Beijing in 2016. That same year, South Korea said 12 North Korean waitresses had defected from a similar restaurant in China, but many details of the journey remained
At Toys ‘R’ Us, a $200 Million Debt Problem Could Lead to $348 Million in Fees

At Toys ‘R’ Us, a $200 Million Debt Problem Could Lead to $348 Million in Fees

The swift collapse of Toys “R” Us has been particularly painful for the company’s employees, more than 30,000 of whom will lose their jobs.
At Boston Trial of ‘Cadillac Frank,’ a Who’s Who of Mobsters in Sensible Shoes

At Boston Trial of ‘Cadillac Frank,’ a Who’s Who of Mobsters in Sensible Shoes

Francis P. Salemme, known as Cadillac Frank, in a 1995 booking photo. Now 84, he is on trial for murder.
Pruitt’s Dinner With Cardinal Accused of Abuse Was Kept Off Public Schedule

Pruitt’s Dinner With Cardinal Accused of Abuse Was Kept Off Public Schedule

Cardinal George Pell speaking a day after his June 2017 arrest for “historical sexual offenses.” A few weeks earlier he had dined with Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency.
It Didn’t Hit $1 Billion, but Rockefeller Sale Still Set a Record

It Didn’t Hit $1 Billion, but Rockefeller Sale Still Set a Record

“The Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller” included many furnishings from the couple’s homes in town and country.
Charlie Russell, Who Befriended Bears, Dies at 76

Charlie Russell, Who Befriended Bears, Dies at 76

Charlie Russell in an undated photograph with a young grizzly bear at a lake on the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia.
6 Takeaways From Trump’s Plans to Try to Lower Drug Prices

6 Takeaways From Trump’s Plans to Try to Lower Drug Prices

Alex M. Azar II, the secretary of health and human services, and President Trump announced a “blueprint” to try to lower drug prices.