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He Left Soviet Army for Afghan Life 35 Years Ago. Now, He Sees Russians Return.

He Left Soviet Army for Afghan Life 35 Years Ago. Now, He Sees Russians Return.

The Afghan Army still holds Kunduz City, including this base at Bala Hissar. But the Taliban are all around.
How Should I Rewatch ‘Roseanne’?

How Should I Rewatch ‘Roseanne’?

Roseanne Barr in the “Roseanne” episode “BOO!”
Transgender Workers Gain New Protection Under Court Ruling

Transgender Workers Gain New Protection Under Court Ruling

Aimee Stephens, the employee at the center of the court case, said she had been shocked by her dismissal from a funeral home. “I had a hard time believing that a company or a person could get away
Justice Dept. Revives Push to Mandate a Way to Unlock Phones

Justice Dept. Revives Push to Mandate a Way to Unlock Phones

“I’m confident that by working together and finding similar areas to agree and compromise, we can come up with solutions to the ‘going dark’ problem,” the F.B.I. director, Christopher A. Wray, said at
Trump’s Tariffs Keep Allies, Markets and Industry Guessing

Trump’s Tariffs Keep Allies, Markets and Industry Guessing

“It’s the best we could do, sir,” Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday when questioned in the House about the piecemeal tariff exemption process for American companies that use imported

Globalization’s Backlash Is Here, at Just the Wrong Time

President Trump announced the tariffs in the Diplomatic Room of the White House on Thursday.
Egypt’s Election Should Be a Lock. So Why Is President Sisi Worried?

Egypt’s Election Should Be a Lock. So Why Is President Sisi Worried?

President Abdel Fattah Sisi, whose image adorns banners and billboards across Egypt, appears certain to win re-election. But he is acting like a man with something to lose, observers say.
This Woman Makes a Living Destroying Jeans and Fixing Houses

This Woman Makes a Living Destroying Jeans and Fixing Houses

Jamie Haller in the living room of a Victorian house she is renovating.
Built to Flood: Houston Speculators Make a Fast Buck From Storm’s Misery

Built to Flood: Houston Speculators Make a Fast Buck From Storm’s Misery

Nick Pelletiere at his home in Canyon Gate, which is undergoing repairs after it was damaged by flooding during Hurricane Harvey. Mr. Pelletiere is one of the many speculators driving a new economy in
In Sweden’s Preschools, Boys Learn to Dance and Girls Learn to Yell

In Sweden’s Preschools, Boys Learn to Dance and Girls Learn to Yell

The Seafarer’s Preschool in a suburb of Stockholm, where playtime is organized to prevent girls and boys from dividing up along traditional gender lines.

Why Outer Suburbs in the East and Midwest Have Stopped Booming

Many counties, including rich ones, are aging and experiencing more deaths than births, without growth through immigration or migration.
March for Our Lives Highlights: Students Protesting Guns Say ‘Enough Is Enough’

March for Our Lives Highlights: Students Protesting Guns Say ‘Enough Is Enough’

Participants in New York City walking through Columbus Circle on Saturday.
The Former Khmer Rouge Slave Who Blew the Whistle on Wells Fargo

The Former Khmer Rouge Slave Who Blew the Whistle on Wells Fargo

Duke Tran, at his home in Damascus, Ore., has waged a nearly four-year legal fight against his former employer Wells Fargo, arguing that he was fired for blowing the whistle on deceptive practices.
Quebec Road Trip: Humans of Quebec: Portraits of Those I Met on My Road Trip

Quebec Road Trip: Humans of Quebec: Portraits of Those I Met on My Road Trip

Cory Whiteduck, a radio D.J., is reclaiming the Algonquin language by speaking it on CKWE radio and using it on social media.

What Bananas Tell Us About Trade Wars

The banana wars were spats that escalated, tariff by tariff, into a decades-long dispute between the United States and the European Union.
This Is What I Do When I Hear the Bombs Explode

This Is What I Do When I Hear the Bombs Explode

Fatima Faizi at The New York Times bureau in Kabul.
Trump Approves New Limits on Transgender Troops in the Military

Trump Approves New Limits on Transgender Troops in the Military

Capt. Jeffrey Ward holding a transgender policy training session in January. Transgender troops in the military may remain in the ranks, the White House said late Friday, but the Pentagon could