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The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: Jerusalem, and the Weinstein Machine

The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: Jerusalem, and the Weinstein Machine

A Palestinian man on the Mount of Olives in East Jerusalem, with a view of the Old City, on Wednesday.
UnitedHealth Buys Large Doctors Group as Lines Blur in Health Care

UnitedHealth Buys Large Doctors Group as Lines Blur in Health Care

Part of the UnitedHealth Group campus in Minnetonka, Minn. The company’s Optum unit is buying a large physician group.
China Scolds Australia Over Its Fears of Foreign Influence

China Scolds Australia Over Its Fears of Foreign Influence

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia with China’s president, Xi Jinping, in the Chinese city of Hangzhou last year. Mr. Turnbull proposed laws this week aimed at curbing foreign influence in
Op-Ed Contributor: Why the Rohingya Can’t Yet Return to Myanmar

Op-Ed Contributor: Why the Rohingya Can’t Yet Return to Myanmar

Rohingya children in a refugee camp near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, this week. Bangladesh is expected to compile lists of refugees wanting to return to Myanmar on a voluntary basis.
Op-Ed Columnist: Living With the Republican Tax Plan

Op-Ed Columnist: Living With the Republican Tax Plan

Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, speaking to the media on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.
Jerusalem, Harvey Weinstein, Christine Keeler: Your Wednesday Briefing

Jerusalem, Harvey Weinstein, Christine Keeler: Your Wednesday Briefing

A blaze in Shadow Hills in Los Angeles. Four wildfires roared through Southern California on Tuesday, forcing the evacuation of tens of thousands of people in the latest chapter of what has been one
A Long-Dead Cambodian King Is Back — and He Looks Familiar

A Long-Dead Cambodian King Is Back — and He Looks Familiar

A statue of the 16th-century ruler Sdech Kan in Prey Veng, Cambodia. At least seven statues of the once-obscure king have gone up in recent years, all with faces resembling Prime Minister Hun Sen’s.
Nonfiction: What the People of Appalachia Want

Nonfiction: What the People of Appalachia Want

A coal miner’s wife and three children in Scotts Run, W.Va., in 1938.
Conservative Groups Seeking Support for Tax Cuts Find It a Hard Sell

Conservative Groups Seeking Support for Tax Cuts Find It a Hard Sell

Canvassers from Americans for Prosperity, the conservative group funded by the Koch brothers, discussed the Republican tax bill with residents of the Azalea Park neighborhood in Orlando, Fla., on
Amid Puerto Rico Disaster, Hospital Ship Admitted Just 6 Patients a Day

Amid Puerto Rico Disaster, Hospital Ship Admitted Just 6 Patients a Day

The military hospital ship, the U.S.N.S. Comfort, spent nearly two months supporting humanitarian relief in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
Making 2 Become 1: Ironing Out Senate and House Tax Bill Differences

Making 2 Become 1: Ironing Out Senate and House Tax Bill Differences

The possible reinstatement of the corporate alternative minimum tax is eliciting significant blowback from businesses, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, manufacturing companies, technology
Feature: From Farm to Farm With the King of ‘Bro-Country’

Feature: From Farm to Farm With the King of ‘Bro-Country’

Luke Bryan outside his tour bus in Concord, Calif., in November.