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Before Saudi Visit, Congress Questions U.S. Support for Yemen Campaign

Before Saudi Visit, Congress Questions U.S. Support for Yemen Campaign

Children in Sana, Yemen, after airstrikes this month. Thousands of civilians have died in the Saudi-led air campaign.
The ‘Trust’ Equation: Wealth and Power Equals Misery

The ‘Trust’ Equation: Wealth and Power Equals Misery

“Trust,” the new series coming to FX, deals with the 1973 kidnapping of the teenage grandson (Harris Dickinson) of the magnate J. Paul Getty Sr. (Donald Sutherland). The recent film “All the Money in
Live in the Subway: Maybe the Best Beatles Cover Band Ever

Live in the Subway: Maybe the Best Beatles Cover Band Ever

Amiri Taylor, right, and his twin brother, Rahiem, performed aboard an L train in Manhattan. The brothers, whose playlist is devoted to the Beatles, spend less time as subway buskers now that they
Masterpiece Rental: My Life in the ‘American Gothic’ House

Masterpiece Rental: My Life in the ‘American Gothic’ House

For four years, Beth Howard rented the famous cottage in the Grant Wood painting “American Gothic” in Eldon, Iowa. It is owned by the State Historical Society.
N.C.A.A. Men’s Tournament: Syracuse Sneaks Past Michigan State

N.C.A.A. Men’s Tournament: Syracuse Sneaks Past Michigan State

Syracuse's Oshae Brissett had 15 points and 9 rebounds in his team's upset victory over Michigan State on Sunday.
Facebook’s Role in Data Misuse Sets Off Storms on Two Continents

Facebook’s Role in Data Misuse Sets Off Storms on Two Continents

Maura Healey, the attorney general of Massachusetts, has announced an investigation into Facebook and the data firm Cambridge Analytica.
Take This App and Call Me in the Morning

Take This App and Call Me in the Morning

Reset, a prescription treatment app, allows patients to track pain, loneliness, social pressure and other situations that could trigger their addictions.
Austria’s Far Right Wants the Freedom to Smoke

Austria’s Far Right Wants the Freedom to Smoke

The Wirtshaus Zum Leupold restaurant in Vienna. Unlike in other capitals of Western Europe, smoking remains widespread in the city.
Uber’s New Rival in Australia: An Indian Upstart

Uber’s New Rival in Australia: An Indian Upstart

Drivers for Ola in New Delhi this month. The Indian ride-hailing company recently expanded to two Australian cities, its first move into the overseas market.
‘Testilying’ by Police: A Stubborn Problem

‘Testilying’ by Police: A Stubborn Problem

Kimberly Thomas was arrested on gun charges in the Bronx that were later dropped. “For 396 days I have been fighting for my life, my freedom and my sanity,” she said.
Boko Haram’s Seizure of 110 Girls Taunts Nigeria, and Its Leader

Boko Haram’s Seizure of 110 Girls Taunts Nigeria, and Its Leader

President Muhammadu Buhari addressing the parents of the kidnapped girls in Dapchi, Nigeria, on Wednesday. He has said he intends to negotiate for their release.
Syrian Rebels, Backed by Turkey, Seize Control of Afrin

Syrian Rebels, Backed by Turkey, Seize Control of Afrin

Turkish-backed Syrian rebels in Afrin, Syria, on Sunday, after seizing control of the city.
Is Richard Carranza Ready to Run America’s Biggest School System?

Is Richard Carranza Ready to Run America’s Biggest School System?

Richard A. Carranza will become chancellor of the New York City school system, with its 1.1 million students, 75,000 teachers and 1,800 schools, on April 2.
U.K. Lawmakers Say Britain Should Consider Delaying Brexit

U.K. Lawmakers Say Britain Should Consider Delaying Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain is walking a political tightrope, having to deal with those in her cabinet and her Conservative Party who want a clean break with the European Union.
China to Name New Central Bank Chief as It Seeks Continuity Amid Change

China to Name New Central Bank Chief as It Seeks Continuity Amid Change

Yi Gang, deputy governor of China’s central bank, in Washington in 2014. The American-educated economist is set to succeed Zhou Xiaochuan, the central bank’s governor.
Britain Says It Has Proof Russia Stockpiled Lethal Nerve Agent

Britain Says It Has Proof Russia Stockpiled Lethal Nerve Agent

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Sunday that Britain had proof that Russia had been actively researching the use of nerve agents for use in assassinations.
Nancy Pelosi Wants to Lead. House Democratic Candidates Aren’t So Sure.

Nancy Pelosi Wants to Lead. House Democratic Candidates Aren’t So Sure.

Representative Nancy Pelosi, the House minority leader, faces a growing challenge within her party. “I was just in D.C. and that’s the advice everybody gives: Don’t say you’re for Pelosi,” a former