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Trump’s Love for Tariffs Began in Japan’s ’80s Boom

Trump’s Love for Tariffs Began in Japan’s ’80s Boom

Donald J. Trump in 1987. Allies and historians say that his admiration of tariffs is one of his longest and most deeply held policy positions.
She May Have Saved a Life. Then She Was Arrested.

She May Have Saved a Life. Then She Was Arrested.

An unaccompanied child who crossed the Texas border from Mexico spent eight months in custody before being reunited with his mother.
The Man Behind San Francisco’s Facial Recognition Ban Is Working on More. Way More.

The Man Behind San Francisco’s Facial Recognition Ban Is Working on More. Way More.

Brian Hofer, who drafted the ordinance that bars San Francisco agencies from using facial recognition technology, has pursued anti-surveillance measures across California.
California Says PG&E Power Lines Caused Camp Fire That Killed 85

California Says PG&E Power Lines Caused Camp Fire That Killed 85

PG&E power lines caused the Camp Fire, California fire officials concluded.
Sudan Talks Collapse Amid Clashes in Khartoum

Sudan Talks Collapse Amid Clashes in Khartoum

Sudanese protesters celebrating in Khartoum early on Wednesday after the announcement of a breakthrough in talks with the military.
Matter: Scientists Created Bacteria With a Synthetic Genome. Is This Artificial Life?

Matter: Scientists Created Bacteria With a Synthetic Genome. Is This Artificial Life?

A colored scanning electron micrograph of the bacteria E. coli. Scientists at the University of Cambridge created bacteria with “recoded” DNA.
‘The Time Is Now’: States Are Rushing to Restrict Abortion, or to Protect It

‘The Time Is Now’: States Are Rushing to Restrict Abortion, or to Protect It

A clinic in Montgomery, Ala. The State Legislature passed a bill on Tuesday that would effectively ban abortions.
U.S. Suspends Passenger and Cargo Flights to Venezuela

U.S. Suspends Passenger and Cargo Flights to Venezuela

Simón Bolívar International Airport, outside Caracas. American commercial airlines had stopped flying to Venezuela, but a Venezuelan company that flew passenger planes to Miami was affected by the new
How ‘You Know Me’ Became #YouKnowMe

How ‘You Know Me’ Became #YouKnowMe

Busy Philipps in 2018. The actress spoke about her abortion, at age 15, on her late-night show, “Busy Tonight,” then took her story to Twitter.
Spies, Stealth and Threats: How Militants Infiltrated a Vital Army Base

Spies, Stealth and Threats: How Militants Infiltrated a Vital Army Base

Afghan soldiers being trained by Americans at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province in 2016.
Sonya and Dell Curry Mastered Cheering for Their Sons. But Not at the Same Time.

Sonya and Dell Curry Mastered Cheering for Their Sons. But Not at the Same Time.

Dell Curry, left, second row, and Sonya Curry, to his left, are used to rooting for their sons, Stephen and Seth, separately. What are they to do when the brothers are trying to win at the same time?
Huawei Is a Target as Trump Moves to Ban Foreign Telecom Gear

Huawei Is a Target as Trump Moves to Ban Foreign Telecom Gear

American officials have warned allies for months that the United States would stop sharing intelligence if they use Huawei and other Chinese technology to build the core of their fifth-generation, or
Iran, Abortion, Brexit: Your Thursday Briefing

Iran, Abortion, Brexit: Your Thursday Briefing

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad in January. His department ordered a partial evacuation of the embassy on Wednesday.

Jörg Demus, Exponent of Piano Repertory’s Heart, Dies at 90

The Austrian Mr. Demus played with refinement, often accompanying the great singers of his time and championing the four-hand piano literature.
Harvard Lampoon Apologizes for Sexualized Image of Anne Frank

Harvard Lampoon Apologizes for Sexualized Image of Anne Frank

Photos of Anne Frank at the Anne Frank House museum in Amsterdam.
Trump Immigration Plan Emphasizes Immigrants’ Skills Over Family Ties

Trump Immigration Plan Emphasizes Immigrants’ Skills Over Family Ties

Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, spent months working on the plan, which will be a central part of Mr. Trump’s re-election campaign message.