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Ex-President ‘Lula’ of Brazil Surrenders to Serve 12-Year Jail Term

Ex-President ‘Lula’ of Brazil Surrenders to Serve 12-Year Jail Term

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the former president of Brazil, greeted supporters in front of the Metal Workers Union headquarters on Saturday in São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil.
Swedish Academy in Crisis as 3 Members Quit Amid #MeToo Scandal

Swedish Academy in Crisis as 3 Members Quit Amid #MeToo Scandal

Peter Englund, one of the Swedish Academy members who announced their departures on Friday, wrote on his blog that decisions had been made that he could not defend.
Virginia Is Close to Expanding Medicaid After Years of Republican Opposition

Virginia Is Close to Expanding Medicaid After Years of Republican Opposition

State Senator Frank Wagner, a Republican, said on Friday that he would support Medicaid expansion.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Though Deadly, Gaza Protests Draw Attention and Enthusiasm

NEWS ANALYSIS: Though Deadly, Gaza Protests Draw Attention and Enthusiasm

A Palestinian protester using a slingshot during clashes with Israeli troops near the Gaza-Israel border.
Many People Taking Antidepressants Discover They Cannot Quit

Many People Taking Antidepressants Discover They Cannot Quit

Victoria Toline needed nine months to taper off Zoloft. “I had to drop out of school,” she said. “My life’s been on hold.”
Op-Ed Columnist: Among the Abortion Extremists

Op-Ed Columnist: Among the Abortion Extremists

Kevin D. Williamson during the 2015 National Review Ideas Summit in Washington, D.C..
Op-Ed Columnist: Watch Out, Ted Cruz. Beto is Coming.

Op-Ed Columnist: Watch Out, Ted Cruz. Beto is Coming.

Beto O’Rourke at Natachee’s Supper ’n Punch restaurant in Houston.
Op-Ed Columnist: Choosing Animals Over People?

Op-Ed Columnist: Choosing Animals Over People?

A baby gorilla in the Dzanga Sangha rain forest in Central African Republic.

Exposures: Life After ‘17 to Life’

A man recently released from prison stopped to look at this old closed train station, where ex-offenders used to arrive after their release.
Op-Ed Columnist: What’s Lust Got to Do With It?

Op-Ed Columnist: What’s Lust Got to Do With It?

A college student’s telling of drunken hookups inspired Joanna Coles to write a book about pursuing relationships in the digital world.
Opinion: Mark Zuckerberg Can Still Fix This Mess

Opinion: Mark Zuckerberg Can Still Fix This Mess

Amid an outcry over data privacy, Facebook’s chief, Mark Zuckerberg, is set to testify this week before House and Senate committees.
Opinion: America’s Deathtrap Schools

Opinion: America’s Deathtrap Schools

Demonstrators at the Oklahoma state Capitol on April 4, the third day of a statewide walkout by school workers.
Months Before Deadly Crash, Helicopter Pilots Warned of Safety Issues

Months Before Deadly Crash, Helicopter Pilots Warned of Safety Issues

All five passengers were killed when a tourist helicopter crashed into the East River on March 11. The pilot was the lone survivor of the crash, which has focused scrutiny on the company that operates
A ‘Howards End’ True to Then and Now

A ‘Howards End’ True to Then and Now

Matthew Macfadyen and Hayley Atwell star in a new adaptation of the E.M. Forster novel set in Edwardian England.
Farmers’ Anger at Trump Tariffs Puts Republican Candidates in a Bind

Farmers’ Anger at Trump Tariffs Puts Republican Candidates in a Bind

Corn growers are among those who could be especially hard hit if China retaliates on tariffs.