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Germany’s China Problem

Germany’s China Problem

President Xi Jinping of China and President Frank-Walter Steinmeier of Germany with a military honor guard in Beijing last month. German leaders have recently become more worried about the risks of
Facebook Advertising Profiles Are a Mystery to Most Users, Survey Says

Facebook Advertising Profiles Are a Mystery to Most Users, Survey Says

Facebook opened a pop-up kiosk in Manhattan in December to provide consumers information about its new privacy tools.
Theresa May, Nairobi, Glaciers: Your Thursday Briefing

Theresa May, Nairobi, Glaciers: Your Thursday Briefing

Prime Minister Theresa May sitting among her peers in British Parliament.
The New Mom Uniform of Park Slope

The New Mom Uniform of Park Slope

Do you see a pattern? Three versions of the same accessory combination.
Strategies: Jack Bogle Was Proud He Wasn’t a Billionaire

Strategies: Jack Bogle Was Proud He Wasn’t a Billionaire

John C. Bogle, the founder of the Vanguard Group, in 2014. Mr. Bogle, who died on Wednesday, reduced fund fees so the money went to the people who need it, he said.
Microsoft Pledges $500 Million for Affordable Housing in Seattle Area

Microsoft Pledges $500 Million for Affordable Housing in Seattle Area

A government report in December found that the Seattle region needs 156,000 more affordable housing units, and will need 88,000 more by 2040 if the region’s growth continues.
In a West Wing in Transition, Trump Tries to Stand Firm on the Shutdown

In a West Wing in Transition, Trump Tries to Stand Firm on the Shutdown

President Trump hosted a round-table discussion on border security during the shutdown, which polls show most Americans blame him for.
Huawei Said to Be Under U.S. Investigation in Trade-Secrets Case

Huawei Said to Be Under U.S. Investigation in Trade-Secrets Case

An investigation in Seattle into potential intellectual property theft adds to recent pressures on Huawei, a Chinese technology giant.

‘How Could We Not Know?’ Kidnapping Suspect Hid in Plain Sight

Jake Patterson, accused of abducting Jayme Closs and killing her parents, managed to elude notice around the small town of Gordon.
White House Redefines Who Is Essential to Get Parts of Government Moving Again

White House Redefines Who Is Essential to Get Parts of Government Moving Again

Senators held images of furloughed federal workers on the steps of the Capitol in Washington on Wednesday.
Marching Toward a Massacre

Marching Toward a Massacre

Sudanese demonstrators chanting slogans during an anti-government protest in Khartoum in December.
News Analysis: Theresa May, Britain’s Lady of Perpetual Crisis

News Analysis: Theresa May, Britain’s Lady of Perpetual Crisis

Prime Minister Theresa May listening as the opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn spoke on Wednesday.
Pence Says U.S. Still Waiting on North Korea for ‘Concrete Steps’ to Denuclearize

Pence Says U.S. Still Waiting on North Korea for ‘Concrete Steps’ to Denuclearize

Vice President Mike Pence speaking to American ambassadors on Wednesday at the State Department.
A $100 Million Bribe to the President? Mexicans Shrug

A $100 Million Bribe to the President? Mexicans Shrug

Former President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico has been accused of receiving a $100 million bribe from the drug kingpin Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo.

New York Magazine Names a New Editor as Adam Moss Departs

David Haskell, who has overseen print features and digital strategy, will step in on April 1. He plans to keep a side job as co-owner of a whiskey distillery in Brooklyn.
New Diet Guidelines to Benefit People and the Planet: More Greens for All, Less Meat for Some

New Diet Guidelines to Benefit People and the Planet: More Greens for All, Less Meat for Some

A report in the medical journal The Lancet suggests far less red meat for people who eat a lot of it, like Americans and Canadians, but not the world’s poor.
Government Shutdown Shakes Stability of Jobs That Are Often the Best Around

Government Shutdown Shakes Stability of Jobs That Are Often the Best Around

Verla Bloomfield handles claims for the Social Security Administration in Tulsa, Okla. Ms. Bloomfield, who has a master’s degree, prefers the stability of her federal job to more highly paid work in
Will We Ever See Mueller’s Report on Trump? Maybe.

Will We Ever See Mueller’s Report on Trump? Maybe.

President Trump’s nominee to be attorney general, William P. Barr, said at his confirmation hearing on Tuesday that he wanted to release as much of what the special counsel found as possible.
Sanders Meets With Former Staff Members, Seeking to Quell Anxiety Over Sexism

Sanders Meets With Former Staff Members, Seeking to Quell Anxiety Over Sexism

Senator Bernie Sanders arriving for a committee hearing at the Capitol on Wednesday. He later met with former staff members from his 2016 presidential campaign who have complained of sexism and