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L Train Riders Are Bracing for Painful Repairs. Your Subway Line Could Be Next.

L Train Riders Are Bracing for Painful Repairs. Your Subway Line Could Be Next.

A sweeping $40 billion plan to save the subway calls for installing modern subway signals on several lines at the same time.

Metropolitan Diary: ‘I Put My Hand in My Pocket and Found an Envelope I Had Forgotten to Mail’

Serendipity on a rainy Saturday, a pair of cheap black gloves and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
The Child Abuse Charge Was Dismissed. But It Can Still Cost You a Job.

The Child Abuse Charge Was Dismissed. But It Can Still Cost You a Job.

“It’s like a scarlet letter,” said Hope Lyzette Newton, whose name was included on a New York State list of people who mistreat children after an allegation of corporal punishment. The charge was
Trump and Kim May Declare End of War at Summit, South Korea Says

Trump and Kim May Declare End of War at Summit, South Korea Says

A sign in Hanoi, Vietnam, promoting the summit meeting this week between President Trump and Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader.
Can America Still Build Big? A California Rail Project Raises Doubts

Can America Still Build Big? A California Rail Project Raises Doubts

A portion of the California high-speed rail project, in Fresno, Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s comments on the project this month raised questions about its prospects and the nation’s ability to complete

Passenger Forces Bangladesh Plane to Land and Is Fatally Shot

Special forces commandos stormed the plane after the passenger told soldiers that he wanted to speak with his wife and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
Critic’s Notebook: Nobody Hosted the Oscars. And They Did a Fine Job of It.

Critic’s Notebook: Nobody Hosted the Oscars. And They Did a Fine Job of It.

This year the best moments didn’t come from the host, but from the award winners like Spike Lee, left, who upon winning his first competitive Oscar for the “BlacKkKlansman” adapted screenplay, leaped
Venezuela, North Korea, Academy Awards: Your Monday Briefing

Venezuela, North Korea, Academy Awards: Your Monday Briefing

Protesters captured a suspected Venezuelan militia member who was supposedly trying to block aid from entering the country.
The Oscars Red Carpet Is Living Again

The Oscars Red Carpet Is Living Again

The actor Billy Porter in a flowing Christian Siriano ensemble.
China’s Tech Firms Are Mapping Pig Faces

China’s Tech Firms Are Mapping Pig Faces

A system made by Yingzi Techology, a small Chinese company, scanning a barn to recognize pig faces.
Justin Fairfax Compares Himself to Lynching Victims in Speech to Virginia Senators

Justin Fairfax Compares Himself to Lynching Victims in Speech to Virginia Senators

Justin E. Fairfax, the lieutenant governor of Virginia, gave an unplanned speech Sunday to the State Senate, likening accusations against him to a “political lynching.”
Britain’s Big Squeeze: ‘Austerity, That’s What I Know’: The Making of a Young U.K. Socialist

Britain’s Big Squeeze: ‘Austerity, That’s What I Know’: The Making of a Young U.K. Socialist

Alex McIntyre hanging out with a friend in his flat in Brighton, England. Mr. McIntyre is part of a group of young Wetherspoons employees who are fighting for better working conditions and fairer pay.
What Is Austerity? A Guide to the U.K.’s Budget Squeeze

What Is Austerity? A Guide to the U.K.’s Budget Squeeze

People receiving food donations in Morecambe, England. The use of food banks almost doubled between 2013 and 2017.
2019 Oscar Winners: The Full List

2019 Oscar Winners: The Full List

Alfonso Cuarón won best director and best cinematography for “Roma,” which also won best foreign language film.
News Analysis: With Aid Blocked at Border, What’s Next Move for Venezuela’s Opposition?

News Analysis: With Aid Blocked at Border, What’s Next Move for Venezuela’s Opposition?

Juan Guaidó on Saturday with regional leaders before aid trucks were dispatched.
Netanyahu Sparks Outrage Over Pact With Racist Party

Netanyahu Sparks Outrage Over Pact With Racist Party

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arriving for a cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem, on Sunday.
Drafting Only Men for the Military Is Unconstitutional, Judge Rules

Drafting Only Men for the Military Is Unconstitutional, Judge Rules

A female Army Ranger at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida in 2015. A federal judge ruled last week that because women can now serve in combat roles, it is unconstitutional for the United States to draft
Michelle Obama’s Rules of Assimilation

Michelle Obama’s Rules of Assimilation

Michelle Obama was the highest-profile black American woman in the world for eight years. A poster advertising her memoir, “Becoming,” is seen in Warsaw earlier this month.