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Op-Ed Contributor: How U.S. Tariffs Will Hurt America’s Solar Industry

Op-Ed Contributor: How U.S. Tariffs Will Hurt America’s Solar Industry

A new tariff on solar panels is likely to reduce the number of jobs for installers, which is the fastest-growing job category in the country.
For Jerry Brown, the Face of California’s Old Order, the Ranch Is Calling

For Jerry Brown, the Face of California’s Old Order, the Ranch Is Calling

After more than 45 years, Gov. Jerry Brown, 79, is finally leaving California politics. “I think I’m going to be O.K. with that,” he says.
Do You Trust the Medical Profession?

Do You Trust the Medical Profession?

Trust is crucial in the relationship between patients and health care providers, but it's been on the decline in recent decades.
Ford Says It’s a New Era. Wall Street Isn’t Buying It.

Ford Says It’s a New Era. Wall Street Isn’t Buying It.

Jim Hackett, Ford’s chief executive, at the Detroit auto show this month. He has called for the company to focus more on growing markets like China and to shift production to larger, more profitable
Op-Ed Columnist: Is the Business World All About Greed?

Op-Ed Columnist: Is the Business World All About Greed?

Not everything about the World Economic Forum in Davos is about globalism and the power elite.
Op-Ed Contributor: What Homoerotic Videos Can Teach Us About Modern Russia

Op-Ed Contributor: What Homoerotic Videos Can Teach Us About Modern Russia

A still from a video made by Russian aviation students that went viral.
Europe Is Back. And Rejecting Trumpism.

Europe Is Back. And Rejecting Trumpism.

Emmanuel Macron, the president of France, spoke forcefully at the World Economic Forum Wednesday on advancing European integration, while defending the notion of international cooperation.
Defeated in Syria, ISIS Fighters Held in Camps Still Pose a Threat

Defeated in Syria, ISIS Fighters Held in Camps Still Pose a Threat

A Kurdish militia member interrogating a man suspected of being a member of the Islamic State in Raqqa, Syria, in October.
Yes, They’ve Cloned Monkeys in China. That Doesn’t Mean You’re Next.

Yes, They’ve Cloned Monkeys in China. That Doesn’t Mean You’re Next.

Zhong Zhong, one of two cloned monkeys at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai. They are the first primates cloned by transferring DNA into fetal cells.
Meryl Streep Joins the Cast of ‘Big Little Lies’

Meryl Streep Joins the Cast of ‘Big Little Lies’

Meryl Streep will play the mother-in-law of Nicole Kidman’s character in the second season of the Emmy-winning HBO series.

Op-Docs: Sinking Islands, Floating Nation

Rising sea levels are forcing the country of Kiribati to make difficult choices.
Op-Ed Columnist: Davos Man Meets America First

Op-Ed Columnist: Davos Man Meets America First

A member of the Swiss special police forces standing guard in Davos, where the 48th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum is taking place.
And Then There Was One: Last Challenger to Egypt’s Sisi Drops Out

And Then There Was One: Last Challenger to Egypt’s Sisi Drops Out

The Egyptian human rights lawyer Khaled Ali, right, at a news conference in Cairo on Wednesday. Mr. Ali said he would not run in Egypt’s presidential election.
Trilobites: This Is How You Escape a Cheetah, if You’re an Impala

Trilobites: This Is How You Escape a Cheetah, if You’re an Impala

A cheetah in northern Botswana wearing a tracking collar. A new study used stride-by-stride data to learn how large predators and prey chase and are chased in the wild.
Tech Fix: Meet the $800 Smartphone That You Probably Won’t Buy

Tech Fix: Meet the $800 Smartphone That You Probably Won’t Buy

Huawei’s $800 Mate 10 Pro will not be available through AT&T.
Critic’s Notebook: How Design for One Turns Into Design for All

Critic’s Notebook: How Design for One Turns Into Design for All

Design with a difference: Details from the exhibition “Access+Ability” at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.