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Japan’s Olympics Chief Faces Corruption Charges in France

Japan’s Olympics Chief Faces Corruption Charges in France

Tsunekazu Takeda, president of the Japanese Olympic Committee, acknowledged in a statement that he had been questioned by the French authorities, but denied their accusations.
Syria, Government Shutdown, Jayme Closs:Your Friday Briefing

Syria, Government Shutdown, Jayme Closs:Your Friday Briefing

President Trump at the Rio Grande, near McAllen, Tex., on Thursday.
Anthony Braxton Composes Together Past, Present and Future

Anthony Braxton Composes Together Past, Present and Future

Anthony Braxton has spent much of the last four years on “Trillium L,” his newest opera. He does not know if it will ever be performed. But he is determined to finish it.
Netflix Chose a New Market Over Free Speech. That Sets a Disturbing Precedent.

Netflix Chose a New Market Over Free Speech. That Sets a Disturbing Precedent.

The Egyptian singer Sherine Abdel Wahab salutes people from the stage during the 53rd International Carthage Festival in Tunisia in 2017. In February, she was sentenced to six months in prison on
I’m a Dreamer and a Rhodes Scholar. Where Do I Belong?

I’m a Dreamer and a Rhodes Scholar. Where Do I Belong?

"I’m reminded daily that I don’t belong here," Jin Park writes.

Poland Arrests 2, Including Huawei Employee, Accused of Spying for China

A Polish citizen who works for the French telecommunications company Orange was also charged, officials said.
U.S. Equipment, but Not Troops, Begins Exiting Syria in Chaotic Withdrawal

U.S. Equipment, but Not Troops, Begins Exiting Syria in Chaotic Withdrawal

Officials said the number of American troops might actually increase in Syria, to help protect the final withdrawal — a process that is still expected to take at least four to six months.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Says the Government Shutdown Feels Like One Big Metaphor

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Says the Government Shutdown Feels Like One Big Metaphor

Jimmy Fallon said, “Everyone’s fighting. People are exhausted. There’s no end in sight. It’s basically like playing a game of Monopoly with your family.”
Better Than the Powerball

Better Than the Powerball

Lizzie Villas Boas spent three years in a shelter for victims of domestic violence before winning a housing lottery.
The Shift: Juul’s Convenient Smoke Screen

The Shift: Juul’s Convenient Smoke Screen

Juul is trying to rehabilitate its image as one of Silicon Valley’s most problematic start-ups.
More Start-Ups Have an Unfamiliar Message for Venture Capitalists: Get Lost

More Start-Ups Have an Unfamiliar Message for Venture Capitalists: Get Lost

From left, Jennifer Brandel, Aniyia Williams, Mara Zepeda and Astrid Scholz of Zebras Unite. The group encourages a more ethical industry with greater gender and racial diversity.

Fiction: What’s It Like to Write Poetry in Authoritarian Cuba? Tricky, This Novel Suggests

“Revolution Sunday,” by the banned novelist Wendy Guerra, traces a young exile’s struggle against censorship — political, literary and personal.