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After a Debacle, How California Became a Role Model on Measles

After a Debacle, How California Became a Role Model on Measles

The 60th anniversary of Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., in 2015. A few months earlier, a measles outbreak that originated there convinced California to reconsider its childhood vaccination policy.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Hammers Trump for His Vulgarity (Again)

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Hammers Trump for His Vulgarity (Again)

Stephen Colbert isn’t ready to let President Trump off the hook for his vulgar comments about Haiti and some African countries.
Interview: No Longer Writing, Philip Roth Still Has Plenty to Say

Interview: No Longer Writing, Philip Roth Still Has Plenty to Say

Philip Roth, photographed at his home on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in January 2018.
For One Baltimore School, 7 Killings in Just 15 Months

For One Baltimore School, 7 Killings in Just 15 Months

A photo of Markel Scott, left, with his siblings and his mother Sharonda Rhodes.
Huge Oil Spill Spreads in East China Sea, Stirring Environmental Fears

Huge Oil Spill Spreads in East China Sea, Stirring Environmental Fears

A collision involving the Sanchi — shown being doused at right before it sank — created what appeared to be the largest tanker oil spill since 1991. Environmentalists and marine experts are concerned
Global Health: ‘Smart Thermometers’ Track Flu Season in Real Time

Global Health: ‘Smart Thermometers’ Track Flu Season in Real Time

A flu patient at Palomar Medical Center in Escondido, Calif. New “smart thermometers” are tracking the spread of flu, which has struck California especially hard this year.
Britain’s N.H.S. in Crisis: ‘We Might Break’

Britain’s N.H.S. in Crisis: ‘We Might Break’

Francesca Silman is a general practitioner in East London.
Collapse of U.K. Construction Giant Rattles the Government

Collapse of U.K. Construction Giant Rattles the Government

Carillion construction cranes at a building site in London on Sunday. Carillion, a construction company that helped the government run day-to-day operations, filed for bankruptcy.
Spain’s Prime Minister Threatens to Extend Direct Rule Over Catalonia

Spain’s Prime Minister Threatens to Extend Direct Rule Over Catalonia

The former leader of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, center, after a meeting with Catalan politicians in Brussels last week.
Dublin Journal: A Blot on Ireland’s Past, Facing Demolition

Dublin Journal: A Blot on Ireland’s Past, Facing Demolition

The back wall of the Gloucester Street laundry, the last of Ireland’s infamous Magdalene Laundries, which closed in 1996.
DealBook: BlackRock’s Message: Contribute to Society, or Risk Losing Our Support

DealBook: BlackRock’s Message: Contribute to Society, or Risk Losing Our Support

Laurence D. Fink, the chief executive of BlackRock, will tell companies they need to contribute to society to receive his firm’s support.
A Look Behind the Scenes at the Detroit Auto Show

A Look Behind the Scenes at the Detroit Auto Show

A Dodge display at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
To Try to Save Client’s Life, a Lawyer Ignored His Wishes. Can He Do That?

To Try to Save Client’s Life, a Lawyer Ignored His Wishes. Can He Do That?

As a lawyer, Larry English told a jury that his client had murdered three people, against the client’s request. On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments as to whether what he did was
Chinese Carmaker May Use Fiat Chrysler for Foothold in United States

Chinese Carmaker May Use Fiat Chrysler for Foothold in United States

The Enverge electric concept vehicle made by GAC, a Chinese auto company. The company said it planned to sell cars in the United States beginning in 2019.