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Trade Deals Take Years. Trump Wants to Remake Them in Months.

Trade Deals Take Years. Trump Wants to Remake Them in Months.

Shipping containers at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, Calif. To secure trade agreements quickly, the White House has taken a contentious approach to negotiations.
Op-Ed Columnist: These Kids Could Tutor World Leaders

Op-Ed Columnist: These Kids Could Tutor World Leaders

Bertrand Golbé teaching a class in an open-air schoolhouse in Ndonga, Central African Republic.
White House Looks to Use Emergency Law to Halt Chinese Investment

White House Looks to Use Emergency Law to Halt Chinese Investment

The Trump administration is pushing back as China works to build up advanced technologies like electric cars, such as these at an exhibition in Guangzhou, China, last year.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Visitor From Outer Space

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Visitor From Outer Space

President Trump viewed border wall prototypes in San Diego on March 13.
Op-Ed Contributor: Trade Is Not a Job Killer

Op-Ed Contributor: Trade Is Not a Job Killer

Job seekers at TechFair in Los Angeles this month. The number of American jobs destroyed by trade is relatively small.
Is Women-Only Club the Wing Discriminating in a Bad Way?

Is Women-Only Club the Wing Discriminating in a Bad Way?

The Wing, in SoHo. “No Man’s Land” is also the title of the club’s biannual print magazine.

Woman Becomes First South African Imprisoned for Racist Speech

The viral video of Vicki Momberg’s 2016 rant against black police officers has set off a national debate about the limits of free speech.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Is Latest to Go as Trump Shakes Up Cabinet

Veterans Affairs Secretary Is Latest to Go as Trump Shakes Up Cabinet

As the secretary of veterans affairs, David J. Shulkin helped guide into law measures meant to improve services for the more than 20 million veterans in the country.
‘The Americans’: Will Holly Taylor Inherit the Family Business?

‘The Americans’: Will Holly Taylor Inherit the Family Business?

Holly Taylor, who plays Paige on “The Americans,” has become a pivotal figure in the spy drama.
It’s the No. 1 Power Source, but Natural Gas Faces Headwinds

It’s the No. 1 Power Source, but Natural Gas Faces Headwinds

A grid control center for Pacific Gas & Electric, a major California utility. Power companies, particularly in the West, are accelerating their shift from natural gas to renewable sources.
Bulletin Board: ‘He Is Not a Victim’: Our Austin Bomber Coverage Explained

Bulletin Board: ‘He Is Not a Victim’: Our Austin Bomber Coverage Explained

Officials investigating near a vehicle where Mark Conditt, the suspect in the deadly Austin bombings, blew himself up as the authorities closed in on him in Round Rock, Tex., on March 21.
$9.5 Billion Purchase by Concho Is Latest Sign of West Texas Oil Boom

$9.5 Billion Purchase by Concho Is Latest Sign of West Texas Oil Boom

A rig in West Texas, where production is threatening to outstrip the pipeline capacity. The Concho Resources purchase of RSP Permian comes at a precarious moment.
A Chat Room of Their Own

A Chat Room of Their Own

Nina Collins, a former literary agent who founded a Facebook group two years ago for women over 40, What Would Virginia Woolf Do.
Morgan Stanley Knew of a Star’s Alleged Abuse. He Still Works There.

Morgan Stanley Knew of a Star’s Alleged Abuse. He Still Works There.

Boxes of documents and a threatening letter suspected to be from a Morgan Stanley banker, Douglas Greenberg, that were kept by his second ex-wife, Traci Williams.
After a Year of Turmoil, Menendez Announces He Is Seeking Re-Election

After a Year of Turmoil, Menendez Announces He Is Seeking Re-Election

Senator Robert Menendez, a Democrat from New Jersey, announced on Wednesday he will seek another term, with Senator Cory Booker, right, and Gov. Philip D. Murphy, center.
Deal With U.S. Military Sets Off Protests in Ghana

Deal With U.S. Military Sets Off Protests in Ghana

Protesters in Accra, Ghana, demonstrated Wednesday against a military agreement with the United States.