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How Young Is Too Young for Protest? A National Gun-Violence Walkout Tests Schools

How Young Is Too Young for Protest? A National Gun-Violence Walkout Tests Schools

Maeva Lile and her fifth-grade class at Case Elementary School in Akron, Ohio, will walk out of school on Wednesday carrying posters with the names of students killed in Parkland, Fla.
At Hancock Shaker Village, Concerts, a Farm-to-Table Menu and Goat Yoga

At Hancock Shaker Village, Concerts, a Farm-to-Table Menu and Goat Yoga

Jennifer Trainer Thompson, president of Hancock Shaker Village, in the Round Stone Barn.
Trump Finds Unlikely Culprit in School Shootings: Obama Discipline Policies

Trump Finds Unlikely Culprit in School Shootings: Obama Discipline Policies

Students leaving Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., after last month’s shooting. The suspect, Nikolas Cruz, is white, and far from evading disciplinary procedures, he had been
Near Noisy Oil Fields, Lovesick Birds Change Their Tunes

Near Noisy Oil Fields, Lovesick Birds Change Their Tunes

A male Savannah sparrow in prairie sagebrush near Brooks, Alberta.
The First Time: Anna Deavere Smith: The First Time a White Person Wrote ‘Love’ to Me

The First Time: Anna Deavere Smith: The First Time a White Person Wrote ‘Love’ to Me

Anna Deveare Smith, a playwright and actress, stars in “Notes From the Field,” an HBO adaptation of one of her plays, and “For the People,” an ABC series.
DealBook: Larry Page’s Flying Taxis, Now Exiting Stealth Mode

DealBook: Larry Page’s Flying Taxis, Now Exiting Stealth Mode

Cora, an electric air taxi that can carry two passengers, in flight in New Zealand.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A #MeToo Moment for Egypt? Maybe

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A #MeToo Moment for Egypt? Maybe

Women protesting against sexual harassment in Cairo, in June 2014. Allegations of sexual misconduct have recently been directed at two prominent human rights lawyers in the country.
Charles Manson’s Remains Will Go to Purported Grandson, Judge Rules

Charles Manson’s Remains Will Go to Purported Grandson, Judge Rules

Charles Manson, the cult leader and mastermind of the Tate-LaBianca killings, died in November. His remains will be given to a purported grandson, a judge ruled on Monday.
Editorial: Vladimir Putin’s Toxic Reach

Editorial: Vladimir Putin’s Toxic Reach

Military investigators in protective suits worked Sunday in the English town where a former Russian spy and his daughter were attacked a week earlier with a nerve agent.
China’s Communist Party Centralizes Power Over Finance and Pollution Control

China’s Communist Party Centralizes Power Over Finance and Pollution Control

Liu He at the National People’s Congress in Beijing last week. Mr. Liu has emerged as President Xi Jinping’s right-hand man in overseeing the economy and financial system.
As Putin’s Opponents Flocked to London, His Spies Followed

As Putin’s Opponents Flocked to London, His Spies Followed

A tent covered the park bench on Monday in Salisbury, England, where the former Russian intelligence agent Sergei V. Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found after being poisoned.
Editorial: Conor Lamb’s Lesson for Democrats

Editorial: Conor Lamb’s Lesson for Democrats

Conor Lamb, the Democratic candidate in the special House election in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, was going door to door in a Pittsburgh neighborhood last month.