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Gentrification’s Empty Victory

Gentrification’s Empty Victory

Gregg Singer in his office in the building that was once P.S. 64, once Charas, and now, except for him, vacant.
A Day of Peril for the E.U.: Threats Emerge From the U.S. and Within

A Day of Peril for the E.U.: Threats Emerge From the U.S. and Within

Italy’s new prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, center, arriving at Parliament on Friday.
U.S. Vetoes U.N. Resolution on Gaza, Fails to Win Second Vote on its Own Measure

U.S. Vetoes U.N. Resolution on Gaza, Fails to Win Second Vote on its Own Measure

The United States on Friday voted against a United Nations Security Council resolution to protect Palestinians and condemn Israel, which Ambassador Nikki R. Haley called “grossly one-sided.”
Obama Soothed. Trump Stirs. How 2 Presidents Have Tackled Racial Flare-Ups.

Obama Soothed. Trump Stirs. How 2 Presidents Have Tackled Racial Flare-Ups.

The closing on Tuesday of Starbucks stores across the country for racial sensitivity training came on the same day that ABC Entertainment said it was canceling “Roseanne” over the star’s racist tweet.

The Jobs Recovery: A Longer View

With the monthly job-creation streak continuing to set records, the data shed light both on the rebound from the recession and on what’s left to be desired.
This Factory Was Ready to Expand. Then Came the Trump Trade Wars.

This Factory Was Ready to Expand. Then Came the Trump Trade Wars.

President Trump’s threat of tariffs on allies and adversaries alike has put companies like Plug Power, which makes fuel cells at a factory in Latham, N.Y., at risk.
Italy’s New Populist and Anti-Establishment Government Is Sworn In

Italy’s New Populist and Anti-Establishment Government Is Sworn In

Italy’s new prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, second from left, with his vice prime ministers, Luigi Di Maio, second from right, and Matteo Salvini, left, and another top minister, Giancarlo Giorgetti,
The #MeToo Movement Came to Albany. But Will It Stick?

The #MeToo Movement Came to Albany. But Will It Stick?

Eric Schneiderman, the former attorney general, was the most high-profile Albany figure to be taken down amid the #MeToo Movement. But some feel the reckoning has failed to fully catch on in state
Three Bodies Found at House Where Massachusetts Kidnapping Suspect Lived

Three Bodies Found at House Where Massachusetts Kidnapping Suspect Lived

The police in Springfield, Mass., working at the scene where three bodies were found this week. The house is connected to Stewart Weldon, who was arrested after officers discovered an injured woman in
3 Women Who Had Encounters With Harvey Weinstein Question Lawyer’s Motives

3 Women Who Had Encounters With Harvey Weinstein Question Lawyer’s Motives

Benjamin Brafman, the lawyer representing the film mogul Harvey Weinstein against charges of rape and committing sexual contact.
Google Will Not Renew Pentagon Contract That Upset Employees

Google Will Not Renew Pentagon Contract That Upset Employees

After employees protested, a Google executive said Friday that the company will not renew a contract to work on artificial intelligence with the Pentagon after it expires next year.
The Fight to Get a Vaccine to Center of Ebola Outbreak

The Fight to Get a Vaccine to Center of Ebola Outbreak

Health care workers preparing a makeshift center to administer an experimental vaccine in Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of Congo, where the outbreak began, in May.
On-Again, Off-Again: The Turbulent Relationship of Trump and Kim Jong-un

On-Again, Off-Again: The Turbulent Relationship of Trump and Kim Jong-un

Images of President Trump and North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, were shown on Thursday during a news broadcast in Seoul, South Korea.
Fresh Hope That a Stolen Caravaggio ‘Nativity’ Could Be Found

Fresh Hope That a Stolen Caravaggio ‘Nativity’ Could Be Found

A reproduction of Caravaggio’s “Nativity” in the Oratory of San Lorenzo, in Palermo, Italy, where the original was stolen in 1969.
Review: In HBO’s ‘Succession,’ the Family That Preys Together

Review: In HBO’s ‘Succession,’ the Family That Preys Together

From left, Jeremy Strong, Hiam Abbass and Brian Cox in “Succession” on HBO.
For Heitkamp, a Lift From an Unlikely Source: The Koch Brothers

For Heitkamp, a Lift From an Unlikely Source: The Koch Brothers

An ad campaign praising Senator Heidi Heitkamp, Democrat of North Dakota, is a sign that the Koch brothers may be putting their personal priorities over the Republican Party’s.
For Europe, an Unpleasant Question: Confront Trump or Avoid a Costly Trade War

For Europe, an Unpleasant Question: Confront Trump or Avoid a Costly Trade War

The port at Hamburg, Germany. As the European Union’s largest economic power, Germany would be reluctant to put up more barriers to free trade in the conflict with President Trump, one expert said.
Paramedics Wanted to Enter Parkland School, but Sheriff’s Office Said No, Report Finds

Paramedics Wanted to Enter Parkland School, but Sheriff’s Office Said No, Report Finds

Paramedics assigned to SWAT teams that searched Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School for a gunman in February removed injured teachers and students from the school. But specialized teams of paramedics
Trump Announces Summit Meeting With Kim Jong-un Is Back on

Trump Announces Summit Meeting With Kim Jong-un Is Back on

The head-spinning diplomatic reversal came as President Trump welcomed North Korea’s former intelligence chief to a rare meeting at the White House.