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Puerto Rico’s Schools Are in Tumult, and Not Just Because of Hurricane Maria

Puerto Rico’s Schools Are in Tumult, and Not Just Because of Hurricane Maria

Students took a lunch break at the Hiram Gonzalez Elementary School in Bayamon, P.R. The island plans to close hundreds of schools.
Dinesh D’Souza, Pardoned by Trump, Claims Victory Over Obama Administration

Dinesh D’Souza, Pardoned by Trump, Claims Victory Over Obama Administration

Dinesh D’Souza exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse with his lawyer after pleading guilty in 2014.
New Milestones in Jobs Report Signal a Bustling Economy

New Milestones in Jobs Report Signal a Bustling Economy

A jobs fair last month in Holmdel, N.J., viewed from the township library. Average earnings last month rose by 8 cents an hour and are up 2.7 percent over the past year.
Trump Touts Jobs Report Before Official Release, Breaking Protocol

Trump Touts Jobs Report Before Official Release, Breaking Protocol

President Trump on Thursday. Mr. Trump appeared to foreshadow the strength of the most recent jobs report with a post on Twitter on Friday morning.
Vulnerable Republicans See Immigration as Political Salvation

Vulnerable Republicans See Immigration as Political Salvation

Representative Jeff Denham, Republican of California, faces a crowded field of five Democrats and one other Republican in Tuesday’s election.
California Today: California Today: ‘The World Is Looking to Us,’ Gavin Newsom Says

California Today: California Today: ‘The World Is Looking to Us,’ Gavin Newsom Says

Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, a candidate for governor, is pushing universal health care in California in the week before the state’s primary election.
Alicia Silverstone, With a New TV Show, Proves She’s Not Clueless

Alicia Silverstone, With a New TV Show, Proves She’s Not Clueless

Since her star-making role in “Clueless” 23 years ago, Alicia Silverstone has maintained a steady, low-wattage career.
Stormy Daniels’s Lawyer Sought Help From Democrats in Fight With Trump

Stormy Daniels’s Lawyer Sought Help From Democrats in Fight With Trump

Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for the pornographic film actress Stephanie Clifford, known as Stormy Daniels, has insisted that his efforts are not about politics.
New York Today: New York Today: Our Collective Breath

New York Today: New York Today: Our Collective Breath

Sensed tuned to “Out of Thin Air” in City Hall Park.
Trump Dangles Aid Before North Korea. But Does Kim Jong-un Want It?

Trump Dangles Aid Before North Korea. But Does Kim Jong-un Want It?

North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, right, with President Moon Jae-in of South Korea last week. In the whirl of diplomacy over Mr. Kim’s potential meeting with President Trump, the North has been clear
Tariffs, Mariano Rajoy, N.B.A. Finals: Your Friday Briefing

Tariffs, Mariano Rajoy, N.B.A. Finals: Your Friday Briefing

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy of Spain, bottom right, was applauded by his party’s lawmakers in Parliament today. But in a week of political turmoil in Europe, he later lost a no-confidence vote.
The Saturday Profile: The College Student Who Has France’s Secularists Fulminating

The Saturday Profile: The College Student Who Has France’s Secularists Fulminating

Maryam Pougetoux discussing a student protest with colleagues in Paris. When she was was interviewed on French television, her head scarf became the issue, not her views on education.
The TV Binges of Summer, From Jack Ryan to ‘Better Call Saul’

The TV Binges of Summer, From Jack Ryan to ‘Better Call Saul’

In “American Woman,” set in 1970s California, Alicia Silverstone plays a housewife whose world is upended when she discovers her husband is both a philanderer and a fraud.
Op-Ed Columnist: An American 13-Year-Old, Pregnant and Married to Her Rapist

Op-Ed Columnist: An American 13-Year-Old, Pregnant and Married to Her Rapist

Dawn Tyree in her fifth-grade class photo in 1983, the year a family friend started to sexually abuse her.
Move to Vermont. Work From Home. Get $10,000. (Or at Least Something.)

Move to Vermont. Work From Home. Get $10,000. (Or at Least Something.)

Fair Haven, Vt., in April. With only about 625,000 residents and an aging population, the state is making efforts to attract workers.
Character Study: The Exacting Art of Saxophone Repair

Character Study: The Exacting Art of Saxophone Repair

Perry Ritter decided as a young man that he would never play the sax professionally. But he was good at fixing them.
Antiquarian Booksellers Adapt to the 21st Century (Gradually)

Antiquarian Booksellers Adapt to the 21st Century (Gradually)

The A.B.A. Rare Book Fair’s 61st edition shifted to a new venue in Battersea, London, south of the River Thames.
Vows: You Could Write a Country Song About Them. (He Probably Will.)

Vows: You Could Write a Country Song About Them. (He Probably Will.)

Brooke Stuard and Harley Ellis Stumbaugh were married May 5 in a gallery at the Clyfford Still Museum in downtown Denver.