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In About-Face on Trade, Trump Vows to Protect ZTE Jobs in China

In About-Face on Trade, Trump Vows to Protect ZTE Jobs in China

ZTE said last week that it had halted “major operating activities” because it could not get needed American components. It has 75,000 employees and says it has business in more than 160 nations.
Dean Heller, Buffeted on Both Sides, Tries to Save His Nevada Senate Seat

Dean Heller, Buffeted on Both Sides, Tries to Save His Nevada Senate Seat

Senator Dean Heller of Nevada at a picnic for veterans in Las Vegas last month. He is the only Republican senator running for re-election this year in a state Hillary Clinton won in 2016.
News Analysis: With Demise of Nuclear Deal, Iran’s Foes See an Opportunity. Others See Risk of War.

News Analysis: With Demise of Nuclear Deal, Iran’s Foes See an Opportunity. Others See Risk of War.

The Hezbollah leader, Hassan Nasrallah, gave a televised speech to supporters this month in Baalbek, Lebanon. Iran has used Hezbollah to project power in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Lebanon and elsewhere.
Doreen Simmons, Unlikely Voice of Sumo Wrestling, Dies at 85

Doreen Simmons, Unlikely Voice of Sumo Wrestling, Dies at 85

Doreen Simmons in 2009. A native of England, she moved to Japan in 1973 and became a commentator on sumo wrestling.
Charles Ray, Walking a Fine Line With a Hungry Lion

Charles Ray, Walking a Fine Line With a Hungry Lion

The Los Angeles-based sculptor Charles Ray at a pub in Walden, N.Y. Mr. Ray was visiting the foundry where his piece, “Mountain Lion Attacking a Dog,” was being completed for a show at Matthew Marks
Trying for House Gains, Democrats Bless Moderates and Annoy Liberals

Trying for House Gains, Democrats Bless Moderates and Annoy Liberals

Clarke Tucker, a Democratic candidate for Congress who comes across as a moderate, has the backing of the national party’s Congressional campaign committee in the May 22 primary in his central
Remains of Missing Washington Girl, 10, Are Identified, and Hunt for a ‘Monster’ Begins

Remains of Missing Washington Girl, 10, Are Identified, and Hunt for a ‘Monster’ Begins

Sheriff Rick Scott of Grays Harbor County, Wash., speaking at a news conference on Thursday. He announced that the F.B.I. had identified the remains of Lindsey Baum, who vanished years ago.
‘Saturday Night Live’: Amy Schumer Hosts, Mothers Say ‘Enough With the Trump Jokes’

‘Saturday Night Live’: Amy Schumer Hosts, Mothers Say ‘Enough With the Trump Jokes’

Amy Schumer, above, with Alex Moffat, hosted “Saturday Night Live” this week.
Education Department Unwinds Unit Investigating Fraud at For-Profits

Education Department Unwinds Unit Investigating Fraud at For-Profits

Betsy DeVos, the education secretary, has filled top positions in her department with former employees of for-profit colleges that have been under investigation.
Deadly Convenience: Keyless Cars and Their Carbon Monoxide Toll

Deadly Convenience: Keyless Cars and Their Carbon Monoxide Toll

Without having to turn and remove a key to shut off the motor, drivers can be lulled into mistakenly thinking that the car has stopped running.
Indonesia Church Bombings Carried Out by Family With Children in Tow

Indonesia Church Bombings Carried Out by Family With Children in Tow

Surabaya Center Pentecostal Church, in East Java, Indonesia, was one of three churches targeted by suicide bombers on Sunday.
Queens Principal Reassigned After Harassment and Discrimination Lawsuits Totaling $600,000

Queens Principal Reassigned After Harassment and Discrimination Lawsuits Totaling $600,000

John Bowne High School in Flushing, Queens. Howard Kwait, the school’s principal for more than a decade, has been the subject of multiple sexual harassment complaints.
Netta Barzilai of Israel Wins Eurovision With a Chicken Dance

Netta Barzilai of Israel Wins Eurovision With a Chicken Dance

Netta Barzilai of Israel won the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday with “Toy,” a pop anthem about female independence.
Pakistan Prevents U.S. Diplomat From Leaving the Country

Pakistan Prevents U.S. Diplomat From Leaving the Country

Pakistan has demanded that Col. Joseph Emanuel Hall’s diplomatic immunity be waived so that he can face a criminal trial over a fatal traffic accident, but American officials have refused.
Half-Price MetroCards for the Poor Gain Support, but Not From de Blasio

Half-Price MetroCards for the Poor Gain Support, but Not From de Blasio

Darlene Jackson is one of more than 100 low-income New Yorkers seeking a meeting with Mayor Bill de Blasio to make a case for discounted MetroCards.
Oklahoma Passes Adoption Law That L.G.B.T. Groups Call Discriminatory

Oklahoma Passes Adoption Law That L.G.B.T. Groups Call Discriminatory

Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma said the law would not ban same-sex adoption or foster care in Oklahoma, but instead “bring more adoption services to the state.”
Man Wielding Knife Kills 1 and Wounds 4 in Terrorist Attack in Paris

Man Wielding Knife Kills 1 and Wounds 4 in Terrorist Attack in Paris

Emergency vehicles in Paris after a man stabbed several people on Saturday.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Great #MeToo Awakening

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Great #MeToo Awakening

Jesus refused to treat women as inferiors despite living in a culture that did.