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Op-Ed Contributor: Why Do I Give on the Subway?

Op-Ed Contributor: Why Do I Give on the Subway?

In New York, as in other cities, evidence of the disparity between haves and have-nots is everywhere.
Attorney General Sessions Orders Investigation After Bundy Mistrial

Attorney General Sessions Orders Investigation After Bundy Mistrial

From left, the Nevada rancher Cliven D. Bundy, his sons Ammon and Ryan, and Ryan W. Payne.

A Boat. A Rickshaw. A Funeral. Four Days With a Rohingya Family in Exile.

Ranjuma was nine months pregnant when she and her family escaped violent persecution in Myanmar. They arrived in Bangladesh, where hope turned to tragedy. This is their story.

The Can’t-Lose Way for Your Business to Pop: Add Bitcoin to Its Name

Businesses previously focused on making fitness apparel, cigars and beverages have rebranded themselves into virtual currency or blockchain companies.
Debunking Myths About Estrangement

Debunking Myths About Estrangement

Nikolaus Maack of Ottawa started distancing himself from his family a decade ago. Estrangement is neither rare, sudden, nor easy to explain, researchers say.
Judge Dismisses Suit Against Trump Over Business Dealings

Judge Dismisses Suit Against Trump Over Business Dealings

The Benjamin Bar at Trump International Hotel in Washington. The lawsuit accused President Trump of violating the Constitution by continuing to own and profit from his businesses.
Art Review: 5 Great Art Exhibitions to See in New York Before They Close

Art Review: 5 Great Art Exhibitions to See in New York Before They Close

A view of the “Esperanza Spalding Selects” exhibition organized by Ms. Spalding, the Grammy-winning musician, from the collection of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.
Eric Schmidt to Step Down as Alphabet’s Executive Chairman

Eric Schmidt to Step Down as Alphabet’s Executive Chairman

Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet, will become a technical adviser to the company.
Common Sense: Holiday Windows Brighten a Bleak Retail Scene, but How Long Will They Last?

Common Sense: Holiday Windows Brighten a Bleak Retail Scene, but How Long Will They Last?

Passersby and tourists outside the holiday window displays at Saks Fifth Avenue in Manhattan earlier this month.
‘Peaky Blinders’: The Disparate Ingredients of a Cult Hit

‘Peaky Blinders’: The Disparate Ingredients of a Cult Hit

Over three seasons on the BBC and Netflix, the crime family drama “Peaky Blinders” (starring Cillian Murphy) has become a cult hit, drawing famous fans like David Bowie and Leonard Cohen and even
Obamacare Sign-ups at High Levels Despite Trump Saying It’s ‘Imploding’

Obamacare Sign-ups at High Levels Despite Trump Saying It’s ‘Imploding’

Kelley Mui helped a client sign up last week in Chicago for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. The number of people who signed up through the federal marketplace was only slightly lower
A Cute Toy Just Brought a Hacker Into Your Home

A Cute Toy Just Brought a Hacker Into Your Home

Researchers recently found the Furby Connect’s Bluetooth connection could be hijacked by hackers, letting them turn on the doll’s microphone and speak to children.
U.S. Imposes Sanctions on 52 People and Entities for Abuse and Corruption

U.S. Imposes Sanctions on 52 People and Entities for Abuse and Corruption

A group of Rohingya refugees walked to the mainland of Bangladesh earlier this year. Maung Maung Soe is the first high-level Burmese military official to named in sanctions, who is sited for the
Review: In ‘The Post,’ Democracy Survives the Darkness

Review: In ‘The Post,’ Democracy Survives the Darkness

Steven Spielberg’s “The Post” has a deep cast, including, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, Bradley Whitford and Carrie Coon (seated).