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The New Old Age: Many Americans Try Retirement, Then Change Their Minds

The New Old Age: Many Americans Try Retirement, Then Change Their Minds

Sue Ellen King returned to work at UF Health in Jacksonville, Fla., after retiring in 2015.
On Washington: Broad Spending Bills Here to Stay as Long as Congressional Dysfunction Reigns

On Washington: Broad Spending Bills Here to Stay as Long as Congressional Dysfunction Reigns

President Trump spoke last Friday at the White House before signing the omnibus spending bill. The Senate has essentially given up on considering individual spending bills on the floor after they have
Finding New Meaning in ‘Mean Girls’

Finding New Meaning in ‘Mean Girls’

From left, Nell Benjamin, Casey Nicholaw, Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond on the set of “Mean Girls” on Broadway at the August Wilson Theater.
Anatomy of a Los Angeles Police Shooting: A Black Teenager, a Missing Gun, Protests, Grief

Anatomy of a Los Angeles Police Shooting: A Black Teenager, a Missing Gun, Protests, Grief

Left, Anthony Weber’s memorial at the apartment complex where he was killed by the police. Right, a flower memorial for Anthony’s funeral.
Silicon Valley Warms to Trump After a Chilly Start

Silicon Valley Warms to Trump After a Chilly Start

Tech companies have slowly grown more comfortable with President Trump, who was initially a target of Silicon Valley criticism. Chief executives including Apple’s Tim Cook, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella
The Long View: Jesus Died Only to Rise Again. Where Did the Concept of the Resurrection Come From?

The Long View: Jesus Died Only to Rise Again. Where Did the Concept of the Resurrection Come From?

A pilgrim to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre runs his hand over crosses etched in the walls.
Thailand Bus Fire Kills 20 Migrant Workers From Myanmar

Thailand Bus Fire Kills 20 Migrant Workers From Myanmar

The charred shell of the bus that caught fire early Friday in Tak Province, Thailand. The country’s roads are notoriously dangerous, giving Thailand one of the world’s highest rates of traffic deaths.
Fact Check: The Facts Behind Trump’s Tweets on Amazon, Taxes and the Postal Service

Fact Check: The Facts Behind Trump’s Tweets on Amazon, Taxes and the Postal Service

An Amazon warehouse in Florence, N.J. The company says it collects taxes in every jurisdiction where it is required to do so.
Jews Are Being Murdered in Paris. Again.

Jews Are Being Murdered in Paris. Again.

A pin with a portrait of Mireille Knoll, at a march in Paris on Wednesday in response to her murder.
Op-Ed Contributor: How Iran Used the Hezbollah Model to Dominate Iraq and Syria

Op-Ed Contributor: How Iran Used the Hezbollah Model to Dominate Iraq and Syria

Evacuating the rebel-held enclave of Douma, Syria, on March 20 after shelling by Syrian and allied forces. Iranian proxies have led the fight to take back cities like Homs and areas around Damascus.
Sarkozy to Face Trial in Influence-Peddling Case in France

Sarkozy to Face Trial in Influence-Peddling Case in France

Nicolas Sarkozy, France’s president from 2007 to 2012, is facing legal threats on multiple fronts.
Greece’s Island of Despair

Greece’s Island of Despair

A Syrian family trying to keep warm at a makeshift camp near Moria, on the Greek island of Lesbos.
5 Times David Pecker and The Enquirer Defended or Championed Trump

5 Times David Pecker and The Enquirer Defended or Championed Trump

The National Enquirer, which is owned by David J. Pecker, has long protected President Trump, including in an edition this month.
Veterans Affairs Shake-Up Stirs New Fears of Privatized Care

Veterans Affairs Shake-Up Stirs New Fears of Privatized Care

The Department of Veterans Affairs operates 1,700 hospitals and clinics, including the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital in Bedford, Mass.