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Voices: 25 and Still Alive

Voices: 25 and Still Alive

“I pleaded for the E.M.T. to make the pain stop,” the author, Jaclyn Peiser, writes. “ ‘You are having a heart attack,’ ” he responded.
Teachers Find Public Support as Campaign for Higher Pay Goes to Voters

Teachers Find Public Support as Campaign for Higher Pay Goes to Voters

Teachers rallying outside the State Capitol in Phoenix in April on the second day of a walkout. Leaders of the Arizona movement are gathering signatures for a ballot initiative to raise taxes on
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Sacramento

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Sacramento

For a quick, quintessentially California meal, head to Chando’s, where you can grab flavorful street-food-style tacos.
Car-Share Companies Get Coveted Parking in New York City

Car-Share Companies Get Coveted Parking in New York City

Mark Levine, a New York City councilman, has urged the city to set aside on-street parking for car-sharing companies like Zipcar. A pilot program starts Monday that reserves 285 spots for car-share
Art Review: Fantastical Cityscapes of Cardboard and Glue at MoMA

Art Review: Fantastical Cityscapes of Cardboard and Glue at MoMA

Detail from “Kimbembele Ihunga” (1994) in the exhibition, “Bodys Isek Kingelez: City Dreams,” at the Museum of Modern Art featuring the artist’s strongly colored, eccentrically shaped fantasy
The Underground Science Festival Has New Faces to Introduce to You

The Underground Science Festival Has New Faces to Introduce to You

Clockwise from bottom: Kate Downey, Ariel Dumas, Karen Chee and Ben Lillie (in an inflatable dinosaur costume) at Caveat. The four are involved in the weeklong Underground Science Festival, with
Andaman Sea Dispatch: On the High Seas, Keeping Vigil for an Unwanted Minority

Andaman Sea Dispatch: On the High Seas, Keeping Vigil for an Unwanted Minority

The Phoenix on the Andaman Sea, searching for Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar.
Want a Divorce in China? You Might Have to Fail a Quiz First.

Want a Divorce in China? You Might Have to Fail a Quiz First.

Some local authorities in China have tried to reduce the divorce rate by asking couples to take a quiz. Know too much about your spouse and you might have to stay married, at least for a while.
In a First for Germany, Hamburg Bans Diesel Engines. On 2 Roads.

In a First for Germany, Hamburg Bans Diesel Engines. On 2 Roads.

On Thursday, Hamburg became the first city in Germany to restrict diesel vehicles, banning them on stretches of two roads. The move highlights growing opposition to the fuel.
Critic’s Notebook: ‘The Americans’ Finale: The Deepest Cuts Don’t Leave a Mark

Critic’s Notebook: ‘The Americans’ Finale: The Deepest Cuts Don’t Leave a Mark

Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell, who portrayed covert Soviet agents for six seasons of “The Americans,” in the series finale.
Crosses Go Up in Public Offices. It’s Culture, Bavaria Says, Not Religion.

Crosses Go Up in Public Offices. It’s Culture, Bavaria Says, Not Religion.

A cross in the classroom of the Robert-Koch high school in Deggendorf, Germany.
Spain Is Next to Test Europe’s Stability as Rajoy Faces No-Confidence Vote

Spain Is Next to Test Europe’s Stability as Rajoy Faces No-Confidence Vote

Over two decades, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy of Spain has managed to survive election defeats as well as a Spanish banking bailout in 2012. He faces another test this week.
Trump Meets With Kim. Kim Kardashian West, That Is.

Trump Meets With Kim. Kim Kardashian West, That Is.

Kim Kardashian West last October. On Wednesday, she visited the White House to discuss prison reform with Trump administration officials.
122 Pregnant Whales Were Killed in Japan’s Latest Hunt. Was This Illegal?

122 Pregnant Whales Were Killed in Japan’s Latest Hunt. Was This Illegal?

Dead minke whales on a Japanese whaling vessel in the Southern Ocean in 2014.
Overlooked No More: The Soviet Icon Who Was Hanged for Killing a Czar

Overlooked No More: The Soviet Icon Who Was Hanged for Killing a Czar

Sophia Perovskaya became known as Russia’s first female terrorist after she directed the daring, multipronged assassination of Czar Alexander II in 1881.
With School Visits, Chancellor Signals a Softer Stance on Charters

With School Visits, Chancellor Signals a Softer Stance on Charters

Richard Carranza, the New York City schools chancellor, visited the Excellence Girls Elementary Academy in Brooklyn on Wednesday.