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The Federal Debt Is Rising. Concern Is Not.

The Federal Debt Is Rising. Concern Is Not.

The national debt has topped $22 trillion, a record, creating political challenges for both parties. The national debt clock in Times Square hasn’t quite caught up though.
China Cites Progress in U.S. Trade Talks as Deadline Looms

China Cites Progress in U.S. Trade Talks as Deadline Looms

President Xi Jinping of China meeting with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, left, the United States trade representative Robert Lighthizer, second from left, and Chinese officials at the Great Hall
Photos From the Opportunity Rover’s Mission on Mars

Photos From the Opportunity Rover’s Mission on Mars

Scenes from a long drive on Mars. Clockwise from top left: a raised section of the western rim of Endeavour Crater; tracks along a sand ripple; a view of the plain after a drive in 2011; and the edge
In Tour of Australia, Chinese Admire Clean Air but Bemoan Lack of Hot Drinking Water

In Tour of Australia, Chinese Admire Clean Air but Bemoan Lack of Hot Drinking Water

A group of Chinese tourists made seven stops in Sydney, Australia, last month just to snap selfies in front of the Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.
A Fat Check for Matt Kuchar Yielded a Slim Bonus for His Caddie in Mexico

A Fat Check for Matt Kuchar Yielded a Slim Bonus for His Caddie in Mexico

Matt Kuchar, right, and his caddie, David Giral Ortiz, celebrating a birdie during the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Ortiz was filling in for Kuchar’s regular caddie when Kuchar
Travis Kauffman Is No Chuck Norris, but He Did Kill a Mountain Lion

Travis Kauffman Is No Chuck Norris, but He Did Kill a Mountain Lion

Travis Kauffman on Thursday recounted the mountain lion attack that left him with seven stitches along his cheek, six along the bridge of his nose and three on his wrist.
President Trump, Brexit, Syria: Your Friday Briefing

President Trump, Brexit, Syria: Your Friday Briefing

A Border Patrol officer guarding the U.S.-Mexico border fence in Nogales, Ariz., last week.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Journalists Say Publisher Threatened Them in a Tirade

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Journalists Say Publisher Threatened Them in a Tirade

Staff members at The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette said employees were fearful days after the publisher, John Robinson Block, appeared in the newsroom Saturday night and went on a tirade.
Archaeologists in Pompeii Find Fresco of Narcissus in ‘Extraordinary’ Condition

Archaeologists in Pompeii Find Fresco of Narcissus in ‘Extraordinary’ Condition

An undated photo of the atrium of a house with a fresco portraying the mythological hunter Narcissus, right, in Pompeii, near Naples, Italy.
Answers to 4 Key Questions About Trump’s Declaration of an Emergency

Answers to 4 Key Questions About Trump’s Declaration of an Emergency

The White House confirmed that President Trump will declare a national emergency at the southern border.
New York Returns 25,000 Jobs to Amazon

New York Returns 25,000 Jobs to Amazon

Protesters held signs during a November protest at an Amazon store in Manhattan.
‘Wrong Side of History’: In Queens, Amazon Deal’s Demise Reveals Deep Divisions

‘Wrong Side of History’: In Queens, Amazon Deal’s Demise Reveals Deep Divisions

Amazon had planned to build a corporate campus in Long Island City, Queens, and create more than 25,000 jobs.
Facebook Settlement With F.T.C. Could Run Into the Billions

Facebook Settlement With F.T.C. Could Run Into the Billions

Facebook’s Menlo Park campus in California. In 2011, Facebook promised a series of measures to protect user privacy after an investigation found it had harmed consumers with its handling of user data.
How China Brings Us Together

How China Brings Us Together

The launch of new 5G Huawei products in Beijing last month.
Trump’s Face-Saving Way Out of Crisis Raises Fears Over Rule of Law

Trump’s Face-Saving Way Out of Crisis Raises Fears Over Rule of Law

President Trump is expected to declare a national emergency after signing a government funding bill that does not include money for a wall along the southern border with Mexico.
A Trump-Made Emergency

A Trump-Made Emergency

The border fence under construction near the Santa Teresa border crossing in New Mexico.

White Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Shooting Black Men After Hurricane Katrina

In 2005, Roland J. Bourgeois Jr., 55, opened fire at three young men crossing through his neighborhood to reach an evacuation site.
A Border Agent Detained Two Americans Speaking Spanish. Now They Have Sued.

A Border Agent Detained Two Americans Speaking Spanish. Now They Have Sued.

Martha Hernandez, left, and Ana Suda in front of a convenience store in Havre, Mont., where they say they were detained by a United States Border Patrol agent for speaking Spanish last year.