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Global Trade Tensions Boil Over at Staid W.T.O. Forum

Global Trade Tensions Boil Over at Staid W.T.O. Forum

Zhang Xiangchen, left, the Chinese ambassador to the World Trade Organization, and Dennis Shea, the deputy United States trade representative. Mr. Zhang referred to Spider-Man, and the United States,

Bidding Congress Farewell, Paul Ryan Laments Nation’s ‘Broken’ Politics

On a valedictory tour, Mr. Ryan is putting a high gloss on a speakership of dubious accomplishment. He fulfilled his tax-cutting dream, but the deficit is soaring.
Embattled Head of New York Public Radio to Step Down

Embattled Head of New York Public Radio to Step Down

Laura R. Walker, the head of New York Public Radio, announced she will leave in March.
No Heat for 10 Years, and the City Is Their Landlord

No Heat for 10 Years, and the City Is Their Landlord

Franklin Badia and his family say they haven't had adequate heat since they moved into the three-bedroom public housing apartment eight years ago. The family makes do with electric space heaters,

What to Buy: What to Do for a Last Minute Gift, and How to Find Pajamas for Any Body

No pressure, but there are only a few holiday shopping days left. We have you covered, so you can get it done and sleep better tonight — and some suggestions to stay comfy while you do.
Blackwater Security Contractor Found Guilty, Again, in Deadly 2007 Iraq Shooting

Blackwater Security Contractor Found Guilty, Again, in Deadly 2007 Iraq Shooting

Nicholas A. Slatten, a former Blackwater security contractor, was convicted of first-degree murder — a charge that carries a mandatory life sentence.
Nonfiction: Julián Castro’s American Story

Nonfiction: Julián Castro’s American Story

Julián Castro speaking at the Texas Democratic Convention in June 2018.
‘Aquaman’ Review: Our Hero Swims. His Movie Sinks.

‘Aquaman’ Review: Our Hero Swims. His Movie Sinks.

Jason Momoa as the title character in “Aquaman,” directed by James Wan.
Catholic Church in Illinois Withheld Names of at Least 500 Priests Accused of Abuse, Attorney General Says

Catholic Church in Illinois Withheld Names of at Least 500 Priests Accused of Abuse, Attorney General Says

Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, center, the archbishop of Chicago. “I want to express again the profound regret of the whole church for our failures to address the scourge of clerical sexual abuse,” he said
Juul May Get Billions in Deal With One of World’s Largest Tobacco Companies

Juul May Get Billions in Deal With One of World’s Largest Tobacco Companies

Juul Labs, the e-cigarette start-up, may join forces with the tobacco powerhouse Altria — the maker of Marlboro.
Sexual Harassment Is Illegal, but It May Not Get You Fired

Sexual Harassment Is Illegal, but It May Not Get You Fired

Protesters stand outside the site of the CBS shareholders' meeting in New York last week.
Overlooked No More: Gertrude Beasley, Who Wrote an Uncompromising Memoir, Then Vanished

Overlooked No More: Gertrude Beasley, Who Wrote an Uncompromising Memoir, Then Vanished

Decades after Beasley disappeared, scholars found out that more than half the copies of her memoir, “My First Thirty Years” were seized and destroyed by the government.
Top Cancer Doctor Resigns as Editor of Medical Journal

Top Cancer Doctor Resigns as Editor of Medical Journal

Dr. José Baselga was one of the editors-in-chief of Cancer Discovery, a prominent scientific journal that he helped found.
Deep Beneath Your Feet, They Live in the Octillions

Deep Beneath Your Feet, They Live in the Octillions

An unidentified nematode, found in the Kopanang gold mine in South Africa, lives nearly a mile below the surface.
The Fed Just Raised Interest Rates. Here’s What That Means for Your Wallet.

The Fed Just Raised Interest Rates. Here’s What That Means for Your Wallet.

Buyers searching for a new car can expect to see higher rates when they finance. But the change won't be big.