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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: At the Polls, La Dolce Vita Yields to Anger

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: At the Polls, La Dolce Vita Yields to Anger

An activist wearing a mask of the Northern League leader Matteo Salvini gestures in front of three billboards reading “I said you stink. Now I want your vote. Why not, Southerners.”
Across Copenhagen, Artists Are in Charge

Across Copenhagen, Artists Are in Charge

Denmark’s Aquaporin, a water technology purification company, hosts exhibitions in collaboration with Diakron, an artistic, curatorial and research collective.
Uphill Battle Against Child Marriage Is Being Won in India, for Now

Uphill Battle Against Child Marriage Is Being Won in India, for Now

Suresh Chaudhary is accused of selling his teenage daughter, Deepa Kumari, for about $300 to a groom, a 31-year-old laborer.
The Sensational Rise and Expensive Fall of a Paris Superclub

The Sensational Rise and Expensive Fall of a Paris Superclub

Enzo Francescoli in 1988, two years after he signed on to a bold attempt to turn the French club Matra Racing de Paris into a powerhouse.
Op-Ed Columnist: Italy’s Five-Star Electoral Performance

Op-Ed Columnist: Italy’s Five-Star Electoral Performance

Supporters of Italy’s populist Five Star Movement in the Piazza del Popolo in Rome last week.
Review: In ‘queens,’ 11 Immigrant Women and What They Left Behind

Review: In ‘queens,’ 11 Immigrant Women and What They Left Behind

From left: Jessica Love, Nadine Malouf, Ana Reeder and Nicole Villamil as immigrants who share an illegal basement apartment in Martyna Majok’s “queens.”
Can This Judge Solve the Opioid Crisis?

Can This Judge Solve the Opioid Crisis?

Alarmed by the opioid epidemic, Judge Dan Polster wants to quickly settle some 400 lawsuits against drug makers and distributors. Lawyers are skeptical he can pull it off.
Trump Reaffirms Commitment to Tariffs but Opens Door to Compromise

Trump Reaffirms Commitment to Tariffs but Opens Door to Compromise

President Trump is eager to impose tariffs, and was reassured his decision was right by Monday’s stock market rebound, a person close to the White House said.
Next to Lead New York’s Schools: An Educator With a Song on His Lips

Next to Lead New York’s Schools: An Educator With a Song on His Lips

Richard A. Carranza at City Hall on Monday, where he was announced as Mayor Bill de Blasio’s pick for schools chancellor.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Teachers Revolt in West Virginia

Op-Ed Columnist: The Teachers Revolt in West Virginia

Teachers rallied outside the state capitol in Charleston, W.Va., last week.
Trump’s Hopes of Being the ‘Neutral Guy’ in the Mideast Seem Long Gone

Trump’s Hopes of Being the ‘Neutral Guy’ in the Mideast Seem Long Gone

President Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel displayed on Monday perhaps the closest relationship between leaders of their countries since Israel declared independence.
DealBook: Big Investors Have Clout. They Can Use It With Gun Makers.

DealBook: Big Investors Have Clout. They Can Use It With Gun Makers.

Rows of AR-15-style rifles were displayed for sale at the Florida Gun Show in Tampa last month. Big investors that value social responsibility could use their stakes in gun makers and retailers to
Who Should Be Armed in Florida Schools? Not Teachers, Lawmakers Say. But Maybe Librarians.

Who Should Be Armed in Florida Schools? Not Teachers, Lawmakers Say. But Maybe Librarians.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Republican legislative leaders have struck a compromise that would keep guns away from teachers, but keep guns in schools by arming librarians,
Netanyahu, Visiting U.S., Is Stalked by Legal Troubles at Home

Netanyahu, Visiting U.S., Is Stalked by Legal Troubles at Home

President Trump with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel at the White House on Monday.
Once Outspoken, Paul Ryan Wields His Speaker’s Gavel Gingerly

Once Outspoken, Paul Ryan Wields His Speaker’s Gavel Gingerly

Speaker Paul D. Ryan in Washington on Wednesday. On a variety of contentious issues, Mr. Ryan, who rose to prominence as an outspoken leader, has receded in the face of a fractured caucus and a
Op-Ed Columnist: The Chaos After Trump

Op-Ed Columnist: The Chaos After Trump

A topless woman protested at a polling station in Milan on Sunday where Silvio Berlusconi, leader of a right-wing party, had come to vote.
Editorial: Demagogues Win as Europe’s Populist Tide Sweeps Italy

Editorial: Demagogues Win as Europe’s Populist Tide Sweeps Italy

Luigi Di Maio, leader of Italy’s Five Star Movement party, at a polling station in Naples on Sunday.
Puerto Rico’s Positive Business Slogans Can’t Keep the Lights On

Puerto Rico’s Positive Business Slogans Can’t Keep the Lights On

More than 10,000 small businesses in Puerto Rico remain closed five months after Hurricane Maria devastated the island.
Former Russian Spy Mysteriously Falls Ill in Britain. Again.

Former Russian Spy Mysteriously Falls Ill in Britain. Again.

Two people were being treated at this British hospital after becoming critically ill without an immediate explanation.