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As Electric Cars’ Prospects Brighten, Japan Fears Being Left Behind

As Electric Cars’ Prospects Brighten, Japan Fears Being Left Behind

A Jatco factory in Fuji, Japan. An immediate, total shift to electric vehicles “would kill my business,” said Terry Nakatsuka, the carmaker’s chief executive.
Nonfiction: At a Public School in Denver, Refugee Children Find Hope and Frustration

Nonfiction: At a Public School in Denver, Refugee Children Find Hope and Frustration

Congresswoman Diana DeGette speaking to students about immigration last January at South High School, which she attended.
Editorial Observer: Joe Arpaio’s Latest Offense — Running for Senate

Editorial Observer: Joe Arpaio’s Latest Offense — Running for Senate

Joe Arpaio put himself above the law as an Arizona sheriff and was convicted of criminal contempt. Now he’s running for Senate.
Cutting Into Afghan Patronage: A Struggle to Make Government Younger

Cutting Into Afghan Patronage: A Struggle to Make Government Younger

Job applicants waited for interviews last month at the Civil Service Commission in Kabul.
Unveiling Performance Space New York

Unveiling Performance Space New York

Jenny Schlenzka, artistic and executive director of Performance Space New York, in its renovated home.

Birth Control Your Own Adventure

How my side effects made me four different people

Steve Bannon Steps Down From Breitbart Post

Mr. Bannon, closely associated with the right-wing news site in recent years, has lost support with conservative backers as President Trump denounced him.
Where to Go Now: At the Auto Show in Detroit, a Sneak Peek at What’s New

Where to Go Now: At the Auto Show in Detroit, a Sneak Peek at What’s New

Visitors take in the Ford exhibit at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Come on Over to My Place, Sister Girlfriend, and We’ll Co-Work

Come on Over to My Place, Sister Girlfriend, and We’ll Co-Work

Attendees worked side by side during a Quilt co-working day, hosted by Puno Lauren Puno, the founder of the online marketplace I Love Creatives, at her home in downtown Los Angeles.
John Dickerson to Replace Charlie Rose on ‘CBS This Morning’

John Dickerson to Replace Charlie Rose on ‘CBS This Morning’

John Dickerson has an understated style that belies a shrewdness honed by years of campaign and Washington reporting.
Critic’s Notebook: In Solo Shows, Lip-Syncing ‘Hamlet’ and Investigating Home Movies

Critic’s Notebook: In Solo Shows, Lip-Syncing ‘Hamlet’ and Investigating Home Movies

Dickie Beau in the eclectic “Re-Member Me,” which mixes drag, dance and Shakespeare.
He Made Kids’ Music and Albums About Lucifer. Now His Work Is a Rock Opera.

He Made Kids’ Music and Albums About Lucifer. Now His Work Is a Rock Opera.

Bruce Haack recorded both children’s music and trippy psychedelic concept albums. His work is being revived in “Electric Lucifer,” a rock opera of sorts at the Kitchen.
Wales Prepares to Ban Physical Punishment of Children

Wales Prepares to Ban Physical Punishment of Children

Questions over the physical punishment of children have brewed for years. A protest against the practice was staged in London in 2000.
On Washington: Advocates of Puerto Rico Statehood Plan to Demand Representation

On Washington: Advocates of Puerto Rico Statehood Plan to Demand Representation

Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico celebrated the successful statehood referendum with Jennifer Gonzalez, the island’s resident commissioner in Congress, last June.
Trump Appears to Endorse Path to Citizenship for Millions of Immigrants

Trump Appears to Endorse Path to Citizenship for Millions of Immigrants

President Trump said he would be willing to “take the heat” politically for a sweeping immigration deal, which could alienate some of his supporters.
Democratic Senator Releases Transcript of Interview With Dossier Firm

Democratic Senator Releases Transcript of Interview With Dossier Firm

Senator Dianne Feinstein of California released the transcripts without the Judiciary Committee’s Republican chairman, Senator Charles E. Grassley of Iowa, almost certainly escalating partisan