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Heads Up: The Buzz in Stockholm Is Craft Beer With Less Buzz

Heads Up: The Buzz in Stockholm Is Craft Beer With Less Buzz

Omnipollo, a beer producer founded in 2011, is at the forefront of the folkol trend in Stockholm.
Tech We’re Using: Using Drones and Netflix in the Andes, but Sidestepping Google Maps

Tech We’re Using: Using Drones and Netflix in the Andes, but Sidestepping Google Maps

Nicholas Casey, the Andes bureau chief, reading his Kindle in Medellín, Colombia, where he is based.
Citing ‘Whitewash,’ Bill Richardson Quits Rohingya Post

Citing ‘Whitewash,’ Bill Richardson Quits Rohingya Post

Bill Richardson in Yangon, Myanmar, on Wednesday. He said Myanmar’s civilian leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, had “developed an arrogance of power.”
Hurricane-Torn Puerto Rico Says It Can’t Pay Any of Its Debts for 5 Years

Hurricane-Torn Puerto Rico Says It Can’t Pay Any of Its Debts for 5 Years

San Juan, P.R., in November. The governor of Puerto Rico, citing the crippling aftermath of Hurricane Maria, said the island would not be able to pay any of its debts until 2022.
Mayor Forces Delay of Cuomo’s Plan to Renovate 33 Subway Stations

Mayor Forces Delay of Cuomo’s Plan to Renovate 33 Subway Stations

The transit board on Wednesday delayed a $1 billion proposal by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to renovate and add amenities to 33 subway stations. The mayor had opposed the plan.
Review: In ‘Balls,’ Billie Jean and Bobby Come Out Swinging

Review: In ‘Balls,’ Billie Jean and Bobby Come Out Swinging

From left, Danté Jeanfelix, Ellen Tamaki, Elisha Mudly (foreground), Olivia McGiff (far background), Alex J. Gould (kneeling) and Donald Corren in “Balls.”
F.B.I. Texts and Dueling Memos Escalate Fight Over Russia Inquiry

F.B.I. Texts and Dueling Memos Escalate Fight Over Russia Inquiry

Representative Adam Schiff of California, the top Democrat on the Intelligence Committee, said his party would move to make its memo available to the House on the same terms as the Republican memo.
Op-Ed Columnist: Guns — When Trump Can’t Even Tweet

Op-Ed Columnist: Guns — When Trump Can’t Even Tweet

A prayer vigil for students fatally shot and hurt at Marshall County High School in Kentucky.
Michigan State President Lou Anna Simon Resigns Amid Nassar Fallout

Michigan State President Lou Anna Simon Resigns Amid Nassar Fallout

Lou Anna Simon submitted her resignation as president of Michigan State University.
Trump Sharply Warns Turkey Against Military Strikes in Syria

Trump Sharply Warns Turkey Against Military Strikes in Syria

Turkish tanks stationed near the Syrian border on Wednesday.
As U.S. Trumpets ‘America First,’ Rest of the World Is Moving On

As U.S. Trumpets ‘America First,’ Rest of the World Is Moving On

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany during her address on Wednesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
After Long Wait in Kansas, Gov. Sam Brownback Gets Ambassadorship

After Long Wait in Kansas, Gov. Sam Brownback Gets Ambassadorship

Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas on Wednesday after the Senate took action on his nomination to be ambassador at large for international religious freedom.
San Francisco Ousts a Mayor in a Clash of Tech, Politics and Race

San Francisco Ousts a Mayor in a Clash of Tech, Politics and Race

Mark Farrell was appointed interim mayor by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
Trump Says He Is Open to a Path to Citizenship for ‘Dreamers’

Trump Says He Is Open to a Path to Citizenship for ‘Dreamers’

President Trump spoke to a gathering of mayors on Wednesday at the White House. He later told reporters that he would support creating a path to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of undocumented
Tears in the Cockpit: When a School Shooting Strikes Close to Home

Tears in the Cockpit: When a School Shooting Strikes Close to Home

Students and local residents in Paducah, Ky., held hands in prayer on Wednesday for the victims of the mass shooting at Marshall County High School in nearby Benton.
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.