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News Analysis: Trump’s Intervention in Huawei Case Would Be Legal, but Bad Precedent, Experts Say

News Analysis: Trump’s Intervention in Huawei Case Would Be Legal, but Bad Precedent, Experts Say

Unlike most of his predecessors, President Trump has offered strong opinions on numerous pending court cases.
A Weakened China Tries a Different Approach With the U.S.: Treading Lightly

A Weakened China Tries a Different Approach With the U.S.: Treading Lightly

Despite the offense China has taken at the arrest of a Huawei executive, a move requested by the Trump administration, Beijing’s response has been measured.
SpaceX May Be New Barrier for Trump’s Border Wall

SpaceX May Be New Barrier for Trump’s Border Wall

Crews working to replace a piece of existing border wall in El Paso in September. None of President Trump’s promised new wall has been built yet.
Theresa May and the Conservative Will to Power

Theresa May and the Conservative Will to Power

Conservative members of Parliament being addressed by Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday in a committee room at the Houses of Parliament in London.
Ukraine Court Rules Manafort Disclosure Caused ‘Meddling’ in U.S. Election

Ukraine Court Rules Manafort Disclosure Caused ‘Meddling’ in U.S. Election

Paul Manafort, center, arriving for his arraignment hearing at the federal courthouse in Alexandria, Va., in March.
What Pelosi Has Promised to Win Speaker Votes

What Pelosi Has Promised to Win Speaker Votes

Representative Nancy Pelosi has quietly campaigned in recent weeks to pick off members of Democratic dissidents.
Negotiators Strike Deal to Tighten Sexual Harassment Rules on Capitol Hill

Negotiators Strike Deal to Tighten Sexual Harassment Rules on Capitol Hill

The current procedures for handling sexual harassment and discrimination claims in Congress seem “better designed to protect politicians rather than victims,” Senator Amy Klobuchar, Democrat of
Defending Kareem Hunt Inquiry, N.F.L. Says It Won’t Pay for Video Evidence

Defending Kareem Hunt Inquiry, N.F.L. Says It Won’t Pay for Video Evidence

B. Todd Jones, the N.F.L.’s chief disciplinary officer, in 2015. He said this week that paying for video evidence of player misconduct would “open up a Pandora’s box.”
High-Tech Degrees and the Price of an Avocado: The Data New York Gave to Amazon

High-Tech Degrees and the Price of an Avocado: The Data New York Gave to Amazon

A proposal posted online shows the types of data, some rarely available publicly, that Amazon amassed in its search for a second headquarters. Long Island City in Queens was one of the two sites
Checking In? No Thanks. I’m Just Here to Use the Wi-Fi.

Checking In? No Thanks. I’m Just Here to Use the Wi-Fi.

The Ace Hotel in New York is one of a growing number of properties that not only allow non-guests to use their public spaces but actively encourage their presence.
America’s Most Hazardous Volcano Erupted This Year. Then It Erupted and Erupted.

America’s Most Hazardous Volcano Erupted This Year. Then It Erupted and Erupted.

A lava fountain on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano on May 18. The eruptions of this spring and summer destroyed more than 700 homes.
Smuggled Finches, Bound for Singing Contests, Keep Arriving in New York

Smuggled Finches, Bound for Singing Contests, Keep Arriving in New York

Live finches, smuggled in small plastic containers like hair rollers and intended for use in high-stakes song contests, are regularly found at Kennedy International Airport.

Overlooked No More: Elizabeth Keckly, Dressmaker and Confidante to Mary Todd Lincoln

Keckly was born a slave but bought her freedom and began working for the first lady. Her memoir offered a rare look inside the Lincoln White House.
North Carolina Legislature Calls for New Primary if New Election Is Held in Disputed District

North Carolina Legislature Calls for New Primary if New Election Is Held in Disputed District

The State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement in North Carolina refused to certify a congressional election last month and could order the election to be conducted a second time.