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PG&E Bankruptcy Could Deal Blow to Its Solar-Power Suppliers’ Finances

PG&E Bankruptcy Could Deal Blow to Its Solar-Power Suppliers’ Finances

The Copper Mountain Solar Project in Boulder City, Nev., is among the facilities that provide Pacific Gas and Electric with power generated from renewable resources.
Hungry City: At Joe’s Steam Rice Roll, Springy Noodles With a Loyal Following

Hungry City: At Joe’s Steam Rice Roll, Springy Noodles With a Loyal Following

The Queens menu of Joe’s Steam Rice Roll also includes Chinese pancakes, crepe-like jianbing and thicker shou zhua bing, with the likes of ham, rousong (shredded dried pork) or hot dogs tucked inside.
3 Officers Acquitted of Covering Up for Colleague in Laquan McDonald Killing

3 Officers Acquitted of Covering Up for Colleague in Laquan McDonald Killing

Along with the three officers, the broad concept of a police “code of silence” was on trial in Chicago.
Review: ‘Brexit’ Offers an Unsubtle Preview of Coming Elections

Review: ‘Brexit’ Offers an Unsubtle Preview of Coming Elections

Benedict Cumberbatch plays the prickly political consultant Dominic Cummings in “Brexit.”

Anatomy of a Scene: How Christian Bale Uses Silence to Speak Volumes in ‘Vice’

The writer-director Adam McKay discusses a quiet scene from his film that changes the course of history.

We Need More Than Solar and Wind to Power the Green New Deal

We’re also going to need nuclear, geothermal and fossil-fuel plants that capture and store their emissions.
How Thailand’s Generals Rule by Numbers and the Stars

How Thailand’s Generals Rule by Numbers and the Stars

Young men who were trapped in a cave for days, after their rescue, at their ordination to become novice Buddhist monks, in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand, on July 25.

Wait —: Wait — Is Qai Qai America’s Most Important Doll?

Short answer: yes. Meet the granddaughter of Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian.
Most State Dept. Employees Will Return to Work Next Week Despite Shutdown

Most State Dept. Employees Will Return to Work Next Week Despite Shutdown

Most of the State Department’s more than 75,000 employees, based around the world, have been affected by the shutdown.
Big City: Is a Planned Monument to Women’s Rights Racist?

Big City: Is a Planned Monument to Women’s Rights Racist?

Next year Central Park will get a long fought-for statue of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Not every feminist considers this a victory.

Pelosi Presses Case to Delay State of the Union Address

As the House speaker continued to push her case for a delay, she also hinted that Democrats would promote their own proposals for border security in the coming days.
Trump Hits Back at Pelosi, Upending Her Trip to See Troops

Trump Hits Back at Pelosi, Upending Her Trip to See Troops

An Air Force bus at the Capitol that was going to take members of Congress to Joint Base Andrews to depart on their trip.
Putin Gets Red Carpet Treatment in Serbia, a Fulcrum Once More

Putin Gets Red Carpet Treatment in Serbia, a Fulcrum Once More

President Aleksandar Vucic of Serbia welcomed President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in Belgrade on Thursday.
Facebook Identifies Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaign

Facebook Identifies Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaign

Facebook has been under pressure to more aggressively counter the spread of misinformation and manipulation of the social network that is aimed at stirring division and discord.
British Parliament’s Bid to Break Its Brexit Deadlock Is Delayed. Again.

British Parliament’s Bid to Break Its Brexit Deadlock Is Delayed. Again.

Prime Minister Theresa May delivering a statement to the news media on Downing Street after surviving a no-confidence vote on Wednesday.

Fiction: Exploring the Personal Legacy of Ingmar Bergman and Liv Ullmann

In her novel “Unquiet” their daughter, Linn Ullmann, recaptures memories of her childhood, portraying a family that was splintered from the start.
Family Separation May Have Hit Thousands More Migrant Children Than Reported

Family Separation May Have Hit Thousands More Migrant Children Than Reported

Brenda Garcia reunited with her 7-year-old son, K.G.G., at Dulles Airport outside Washington in June, 34 days after they were separated by officials after crossing the border into the United States
Leslie Moonves to Take CBS to Arbitration Over $120 Million Severance

Leslie Moonves to Take CBS to Arbitration Over $120 Million Severance

Leslie Moonves denies the allegations of sexual misconduct made against him, and is pursuing his exit payment from CBS.

‘Suicide Surcharge’ or Crucial Fee to Fix the Subway? Taxi Drivers Brace for Battle Over $2.50 Charge

New York City taxi owners and drivers have filed a lawsuit to block a fee on Manhattan rides that would raise millions in badly needed subway funds.