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Huawei, Failing to Crack U.S. Market, Signals a Change in Tactics

Huawei, Failing to Crack U.S. Market, Signals a Change in Tactics

As the Chinese telecom giant Huawei roars ahead in the rest of the world, roadblocks in Washington have thwarted its attempts to build a presence in the United States.
Kendrick Lamar Shakes Up the Pulitzer Game: Let’s Discuss

Kendrick Lamar Shakes Up the Pulitzer Game: Let’s Discuss

Kendrick Lamar is the first Pulitzer Prize for music winner who is not a classical or jazz musician.
Supreme Court Divided on Sales Taxes for Online Purchases

Supreme Court Divided on Sales Taxes for Online Purchases

Marty J. Jackley, South Dakota’s attorney general, on the steps of the Supreme Court on Tuesday. Mr. Jackley argued that a 1992 decision on sales tax did not make sense in the digital era.
The Quarterback of the Kitchen? It’s Not Always the Chef

The Quarterback of the Kitchen? It’s Not Always the Chef

Expediters, like Rebecca Raben at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, are crucial to fast-paced kitchens, organizing the data from a constant stream of tickets that notify the kitchen what food to send out to
Is Your Body Appropriate to Wear to School?

Is Your Body Appropriate to Wear to School?

Lizzy Martinez, 17, pictured outside of her home in Bradenton, Fla., was reprimanded by school officials at Braden River High School for not wearing a bra.
What is the O.P.C.W., and Can It Referee on Chemical Weapons in Syria?

What is the O.P.C.W., and Can It Referee on Chemical Weapons in Syria?

The headquarters of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, in The Hague. The body is “dealing with things it wasn’t really intended to deal with,” one expert said.
Protesting Artists Step Off the Streets and Into the Gallery

Protesting Artists Step Off the Streets and Into the Gallery

Phyllida Barlow’s “Untitled: 100banners2015,” installed in the atrium of the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt.
Lost in Battle, Found by Amateur Sleuths: An ‘Unknown’ Marine

Lost in Battle, Found by Amateur Sleuths: An ‘Unknown’ Marine

Private First Class Herman Mulligan, who died on Okinawa during World War II.
California Today: California Today: When Skyscraper Was a Dirty Word

California Today: California Today: When Skyscraper Was a Dirty Word

Alvin Duskin, who campaigned against skyscrapers in San Francisco, in 1971.
Sandy Hook Parents Sue Alex Jones for Defamation

Sandy Hook Parents Sue Alex Jones for Defamation

Alex Jones, at a courthouse this month in Austin, Tex., was sued for defamation this week by three parents whose children were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. Mr. Jones has long
Kim Jong-un Plans Formal Nod to Denuclearization, South Korea Says

Kim Jong-un Plans Formal Nod to Denuclearization, South Korea Says

President Moon Jae-in of South Korea sees his April 27 meeting with Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, as laying the groundwork for Mr. Kim’s planned talks with President Trump.
Feature: How Liberty University Built a Billion-Dollar Empire Online

Feature: How Liberty University Built a Billion-Dollar Empire Online

The former Nationwide Insurance building that is now Liberty University Online’s headquarters.
Russia, Sean Hannity, Kendrick Lamar: Your Tuesday Briefing

Russia, Sean Hannity, Kendrick Lamar: Your Tuesday Briefing

Training at a self-defense camp in New Delhi. The class is part of an initiative to address sexual assault, an issue that has long been pervasive in India but is seldom discussed.