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Trump’s Warning Shot on Trade Risks Igniting a Wider Conflict

Trump’s Warning Shot on Trade Risks Igniting a Wider Conflict

A port in Tokyo. President Trump’s pledge of tariffs has enraged and astounded American allies whose fortunes are tied to producing steel and aluminum, including Japan, South Korea, Germany and
Dropbox Chief to Join Elite Ranks of Idea-to-I.P.O. Founders

Dropbox Chief to Join Elite Ranks of Idea-to-I.P.O. Founders

Drew Houston, Dropbox’s chief executive, will soon join a small club of tech founders who took their start-up all the way through to the public markets.
Trump’s Unpredictability on Trade and North Korea Opens a Door for China

Trump’s Unpredictability on Trade and North Korea Opens a Door for China

In one day, President Trump unsettled Asia on two fronts: tariffs and talks with North Korea.
With Snap ‘Yes’ in Oval Office, Trump Gambles on North Korea

With Snap ‘Yes’ in Oval Office, Trump Gambles on North Korea

President Trump with Chung Eui-yong, the South Korean national security adviser, at the White House on Thursday.
Trump to Make First Visit as President to Latin America

Trump to Make First Visit as President to Latin America

As President Trump has moved the United States toward a more protectionist stance on trade, he has abandoned the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which includes Mexico, Peru and Chile.
Far From Home and Censors, Some Chinese Students Protest Xi’s Power Move

Far From Home and Censors, Some Chinese Students Protest Xi’s Power Move

Longxiao Li, pictured in his apartment, placed a poster at New York University’s MetroTech campus in Brooklyn in protest of a plan to let President Xi Jinping of China serve indefinitely.
The Man Who Knew Too Little

The Man Who Knew Too Little

Erik Hagerman heads out for his morning ritual, a 30-minute drive into town for coffee and a scone at his favorite coffee shop in Athens, Ohio.
The Week in Good News: A Penguin Supercolony, an Indigenous Roller Derby Team and a Message in a Bottle

The Week in Good News: A Penguin Supercolony, an Indigenous Roller Derby Team and a Message in a Bottle

A curious and shiny-bellied Adélie penguin had a closer look at the quadcopter used to count the colony.
Turning the Rubble of China’s Mass Evictions Into Protest Art

Turning the Rubble of China’s Mass Evictions Into Protest Art

Yang Qian with his installations at an art gallery in Beijing. He has used objects from demolished migrant neighborhoods to portray what he calls a “discarded class” of people.
Trump Rules: Trump Rollbacks Target Offshore Rules ‘Written With Human Blood’

Trump Rules: Trump Rollbacks Target Offshore Rules ‘Written With Human Blood’

Platforms south of Port Fourchon, La., the busiest spot in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas production.
In Britain’s Playgrounds, ‘Bringing in Risk’ to Build Resilience

In Britain’s Playgrounds, ‘Bringing in Risk’ to Build Resilience

A boy about to send a pile of bricks flying at the risk-enhanced playground at the Richmond Avenue Primary and Nursery School in Shoeburyness, England.
‘ISIS Is Coming!’ How a French Company Pushed the Limits in War-Torn Syria

‘ISIS Is Coming!’ How a French Company Pushed the Limits in War-Torn Syria

Bruno Lafont, a former chief executive of Lafarge, the French cement maker, in 2015. The company is accused of putting employees in danger and paying off militant groups to keep its Syrian operations
Dial P for Privacy: The Phone Booth Is Back

Dial P for Privacy: The Phone Booth Is Back

A private phone booth at the SoHo branch of The Wing, an all-female co-working space. This one is named after Ramona Quimby, the young heroine in a series of Beverly Cleary novels.