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Germans First? A Food Bank Bars Migrants, Setting Off a Storm

Germans First? A Food Bank Bars Migrants, Setting Off a Storm

A line outside the Essener Tafel food bank in Essen in western Germany. Native Germans and migrants are both competing for subsidized apartments, school places and free meals.
Nike Executive Resigns; C.E.O. Addresses Workplace Behavior Complaints

Nike Executive Resigns; C.E.O. Addresses Workplace Behavior Complaints

Trevor Edwards, Nike’s brand president, in 2007. He will retire in August, the company said.
Stormy Daniels Interview to Air on ‘60 Minutes’ This Month

Stormy Daniels Interview to Air on ‘60 Minutes’ This Month

The porn star Stephanie Clifford, whose stage name is Stormy Daniels, will appear on “60 Minutes” on March 25th.
‘We Were Dying in There’: Thousands of Syrians Flee Rebel Enclave

‘We Were Dying in There’: Thousands of Syrians Flee Rebel Enclave

People carrying their belongings as they left the town of Hammouriyeh, in Syria’s eastern Ghouta region, on Thursday.
Review: ‘Escape to Margaritaville,’ Where Work Is a Dirty Word

Review: ‘Escape to Margaritaville,’ Where Work Is a Dirty Word

Paul Alexander Nolan, center, as Tully, a resort-island singer with a passing resemblance to Jimmy Buffett, in the jukebox musical “Escape to Margaritaville.”
U.S. Military Helicopter Crashes in Iraq With Seven Aboard

U.S. Military Helicopter Crashes in Iraq With Seven Aboard

A United States Air Force HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter, like the one above, crashed in western Iraq on Thursday.
Toys ‘R’ Us Case Is Test of Private Equity in Age of Amazon

Toys ‘R’ Us Case Is Test of Private Equity in Age of Amazon

Toys “R” Us said that it had no other option than to begin winding down about 730 stores around the United States.
Toys ‘R’ Us Customers Lament Store Closings: ‘I Want to Cry Right Now’

Toys ‘R’ Us Customers Lament Store Closings: ‘I Want to Cry Right Now’

Outside a Toys “R” Us in Maplewood, Minn. The company started in 1948 as a small store in Washington selling cribs, strollers and other baby items.
Vanessa Trump, Donald Trump Jr.’s Wife, Files for Divorce

Vanessa Trump, Donald Trump Jr.’s Wife, Files for Divorce

Vanessa Trump has filed for an uncontested divorce from Donald Trump Jr., her husband of 12 years.
Trump Readies Sweeping Tariffs and Investment Restrictions on China

Trump Readies Sweeping Tariffs and Investment Restrictions on China

A factory for the smartphone maker Oppo in Dongguan, China. The tariffs could extend to more mundane products, including consumer electronics, apparel and even shoes.
Tom Benson, Owner of the Saints and Pelicans, Dies at 90

Tom Benson, Owner of the Saints and Pelicans, Dies at 90

Tom Benson, longtime owner of the New Orleans Saints, on the field before a game against the Dallas Cowboys in 2009.
The View From Opposite Sides of a Student Walkout in Montana

The View From Opposite Sides of a Student Walkout in Montana

Students walking out to protest gun violence on Wednesday in front of Billings West High School in Montana, which has one of the highest rates of gun ownership in the country.
Tiger Woods, Near the Top of the Leaderboard Again, Thrills Fans (and Opponents)

Tiger Woods, Near the Top of the Leaderboard Again, Thrills Fans (and Opponents)

Tiger Woods after making a 71-foot birdie putt on the seventh hole at Bay Hill Club. He shot a four-under-par 68 in the first round.
Matter: What’s Behind Many Mystery Ailments? Genetic Mutations, Study Finds

Matter: What’s Behind Many Mystery Ailments? Genetic Mutations, Study Finds

A light micrograph of a perforated bowel in a newborn baby with cystic fibrosis. Many Mendelian diseases, like this one, may go undetected in patients, a new study finds.
Op-Ed Columnist: Worthy Is the Lamb

Op-Ed Columnist: Worthy Is the Lamb

Conor Lamb reciting the Pledge of Allegiance with members of the United Mine Workers of America on Sunday in Waynesburg, Pa.
James Levine, Fired Over Abuse Allegations, Sues the Met Opera

James Levine, Fired Over Abuse Allegations, Sues the Met Opera

James Levine, acknowledging applause in 2013, was fired Monday for what the Metropolitan Opera called “sexually abusive and harassing conduct.” He sued the opera on Thursday.
Op-Ed Columnist: Voters May Be Wising Up

Op-Ed Columnist: Voters May Be Wising Up

A voter’s politics were on display in Waynesburg, Pa.