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Denver Teachers Once Hailed Performance-Based Pay. Now They’re on Strike Over It.

Denver Teachers Once Hailed Performance-Based Pay. Now They’re on Strike Over It.

Teachers rallied at the State Capitol in Denver last month. A districtwide strike is expected on Monday.
The New Health Care: Hospital Mergers Improve Health? Evidence Shows the Opposite

The New Health Care: Hospital Mergers Improve Health? Evidence Shows the Opposite

An M.R.I. technologist at the Yale-New Haven Hospital Saint Raphael Campus. A merger of the hospitals in 2012 raised hospital prices in New Haven. But there are also questions about whether such
Iran Dispatch: The Iran Revolution at 40: From Theocracy to ‘Normality’

Iran Dispatch: The Iran Revolution at 40: From Theocracy to ‘Normality’

In January 1979, Tehran was rocked by surging protests in support of Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, then in exile in Paris.

Lens: An Afghan Photographer’s Intimate Look at Everyday Life in His Country

Farshad Usyan followed in his late brother’s footsteps as a photographer for Agence France-Presse. In his personal work, he focuses on the mundane struggles and simple pleasures in his homeland.
California Governor Announces Withdrawal of National Guard Troops From Border Duty

California Governor Announces Withdrawal of National Guard Troops From Border Duty

Since his election in November, Mr. Newsom has emphasized a progressive vision for California and the country, pitching his state as a leader on issues like immigration, climate change and income
The Long Run: ‘Progressive Prosecutor’: Can Kamala Harris Square the Circle?

The Long Run: ‘Progressive Prosecutor’: Can Kamala Harris Square the Circle?

Senator Kamala Harris says her critics are imposing false choices on her record.

The Military Says Pashtuns Are Traitors. We Just Want Our Rights.

Pakistan’s powerful military is trying to crush a nonviolent movement for civil rights.
U.S. Congress, Dubai, Grammys: Your Monday Briefing

U.S. Congress, Dubai, Grammys: Your Monday Briefing

Members of the U.S. military installing concertina wire along the Rio Grande at the border with Mexico in Laredo, Tex., in November.
Trump to Sign Executive Order Promoting Artificial Intelligence

Trump to Sign Executive Order Promoting Artificial Intelligence

Robots powered by artificial intelligence at the World Internet Conference, China’s big tech event, in Wuzhen last fall. Beijing unveiled a plan in July 2017 to become the world leader in A.I.
Trump Mocks Warren With Apparent Reference to Trail of Tears, Which Killed Thousands

Trump Mocks Warren With Apparent Reference to Trail of Tears, Which Killed Thousands

A 2017 exhibition on the Trail of Tears at the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Okla. Some 15,000 Native people died during the journey from exposure, malnutrition, exhaustion and disease.
Finnish Volunteers ‘Very Likely’ Participated in Killing of Jews in World War II

Finnish Volunteers ‘Very Likely’ Participated in Killing of Jews in World War II

The research detailed atrocities that Finland’s volunteers took part in during World War II, including participating in the mass murder of Jews.
For Virginia Governor Grappling With Race, a Childhood Trying to See Beyond It

For Virginia Governor Grappling With Race, a Childhood Trying to See Beyond It

Gov. Ralph Northam grew up on a farm near Onancock, Va., in a mostly white part of a racially mixed county on the state’s Eastern Shore. The house is close to Chesapeake Bay.
Does Alabama Support Religious Liberty?

Does Alabama Support Religious Liberty?

A lethal injection chamber at the Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore, Ala., where Domineque Ray was executed on Thursday.
Thousands Protest in Spain Against Catalonia Talks

Thousands Protest in Spain Against Catalonia Talks

Demonstrators waved Spanish flags and filled the Plaza de Colon in the city center of Madrid on Sunday in a protest organized by center-right and far-right opposition parties.
Trump’s Nightmare Opponents

Trump’s Nightmare Opponents

Senator Amy Klobuchar announced her presidential candidacy on Sunday in Minneapolis.
Prosecutor Drops Abortion Charge in Queens Murder Case, Stirring Debate

Prosecutor Drops Abortion Charge in Queens Murder Case, Stirring Debate

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York signing the Reproductive Health Act last month. The law decriminalizes abortion and places it in public health codes with other medical procedures.
How Russia Undermined Over 30 Years of Nuclear Arms Control

How Russia Undermined Over 30 Years of Nuclear Arms Control

In 2007, Vladimir Putin signaled his desire to undercut the I.N.F. treaty in a speech at the Munich Security Conference.