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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.
U.S. Seizes Backpage.com, a Site Accused of Enabling Prostitution

U.S. Seizes Backpage.com, a Site Accused of Enabling Prostitution

The homepage of Backpage.com after federal authorities seized it on Friday.
Are Men Smarter at Science? They Certainly Think So, Study Shows

Are Men Smarter at Science? They Certainly Think So, Study Shows

A science, technology, engineering and mathematics program at the University of New Hampshire last year.
Russell Crowe Holds a ‘Divorce’ Auction (‘Gladiator’ Stuff Included)

Russell Crowe Holds a ‘Divorce’ Auction (‘Gladiator’ Stuff Included)

Props from the film “Gladiator” owned by Russell Crowe were sold by Sotheby’s as part of the “Art of Divorce” auction in Sydney, Australia.
In His Haste to Roll Back Rules, Scott Pruitt, E.P.A. Chief, Risks His Agenda

In His Haste to Roll Back Rules, Scott Pruitt, E.P.A. Chief, Risks His Agenda

Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection administrator. Six of his efforts to delay or roll back Obama-era regulations have been struck down by the courts.
Lucinda Childs Gets Off the Floor in New Work for the Graham Company

Lucinda Childs Gets Off the Floor in New Work for the Graham Company

On April 11, Lucinda Childs will unveil “Histoire,” a revision and expansion of a dance she choreographed for Martha Graham’s company almost 20 years ago.
On Washington: Judge’s Death Gives Trump a Chance to Remake a Vexing Court

On Washington: Judge’s Death Gives Trump a Chance to Remake a Vexing Court

Judge Stephen Reinhardt was seen as a major influence on the liberal wing of the Ninth Circuit and a talented and articulate legal protector of liberal views.
In Bukhara, 10,000 Jewish Graves but Just 150 Jews

In Bukhara, 10,000 Jewish Graves but Just 150 Jews

Bukhara, Uzbekistan, has two synagogues but few Jews.
The Disappearing Doctor: How Mega-Mergers Are Changing the Business of Medical Care

The Disappearing Doctor: How Mega-Mergers Are Changing the Business of Medical Care

Dr. Navya Mysore was frustrated while working for a large New York health system, so she moved to One Medical, a venture-backed practice, where she gets to spend more time with her patients.
Surgery Lit by Cellphone: Togo Doctors Strike Over Deplorable Hospitals

Surgery Lit by Cellphone: Togo Doctors Strike Over Deplorable Hospitals

Togolese women protested in the streets of the capital, Lomé, during a January rally against President Faure Gnassingbé, whose family has ruled the country for five decades.
They Did 30 Years for Someone Else’s Crime. Then Paid for It.

They Did 30 Years for Someone Else’s Crime. Then Paid for It.

Henry McCollum spent 30 years on death row before DNA evidence exonerated him and his half brother, Leon Brown, in a rape and murder case in North Carolina. Much of their $750,000 settlements from the
‘Big Brother’ in India Requires Fingerprint Scans for Food, Phones and Finances

‘Big Brother’ in India Requires Fingerprint Scans for Food, Phones and Finances

India has collected biometric data on most of its 1.3 billion residents, to be used in a nationwide identity system called Aadhaar, meaning “foundation.”
Is It Time to Rethink the Rules for N.F.L. Cheerleaders?

Is It Time to Rethink the Rules for N.F.L. Cheerleaders?

The Denver Broncos cheerleaders in 2017. “There’s pretty much nothing like it in terms of a rush,” one former N.F.L. cheerleader said.
The Look: ‘I Love to Fight. I Live to Fight.’

The Look: ‘I Love to Fight. I Live to Fight.’

Heather Hardy, known as the Heat, during a fight at Bellator 194, a mixed martial arts event held at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn.