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Common Sense: Why Jeff Bezos’ Divorce Should Worry Amazon Investors

Common Sense: Why Jeff Bezos’ Divorce Should Worry Amazon Investors

Jeff Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie, at last year’s Vanity Fair Oscar party. Their impending divorce raises questions about the future of their roughly $140 billion stake in Amazon.
Microsoft’s Leap Into Housing Illuminates Government’s Retreat

Microsoft’s Leap Into Housing Illuminates Government’s Retreat

Seattle’s tech boom has driven up housing prices in neighborhoods once considered moderately priced, like Ballard, seen here.
For 250,000 Daily Riders on the L Train, Transportation Purgatory

For 250,000 Daily Riders on the L Train, Transportation Purgatory

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s last-minute solution to the shutdown has led to uncertainty among beleaguered L-train riders.
Federal Courts, Running Out of Money, Brace for Shutdown’s Pain

Federal Courts, Running Out of Money, Brace for Shutdown’s Pain

The United States District Court in Alexandria, Va. The Justice Department is among the executive branch agencies whose funding has lapsed.

Update: The Rise of Halal Tourism

Muslims now make up one of the fastest-growing segments of the global travel industry. In response, hotels and tour operators are increasingly trying to meet their dietary and religious needs.
Does Marijuana Use Cause Schizophrenia?

Does Marijuana Use Cause Schizophrenia?

Cannabis plants in a lab at Niagara College in Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario. As marijuana use becomes more widespread and varied, some people worry that its more potent versions can cause or
Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Wonders if Cardi B Could End the Government Shutdown

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Wonders if Cardi B Could End the Government Shutdown

After Cardi B posted a video urging President Trump to end the furlough for government workers, Trevor Noah wondered: “How cool would it be if Cardi B somehow ended the shutdown?”
To Get This Artist’s Message, You Have to Look Really Closely

To Get This Artist’s Message, You Have to Look Really Closely

David Opdyke’s new wall piece, “This Land,” a year in the making and fashioned out of more than 500 vintage postcards which he painted over to depict a future of environmental chaos.
Cyntoia Brown Inspires a Push for Juvenile Criminal Justice Reform in Tennessee

Cyntoia Brown Inspires a Push for Juvenile Criminal Justice Reform in Tennessee

Cyntoia Brown speaking to the parole board during her clemency hearing at the Tennessee Prison for Women in Nashville in May.
Khashoggi Killing Detailed in New Book: ‘We Came to Take You to Riyadh’

Khashoggi Killing Detailed in New Book: ‘We Came to Take You to Riyadh’

A tribute to the Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul in November. After shifting explanations, Saudi Arabia admitted that a team had killed Mr. Khashoggi in its consulate there.
Jean Bourgain, Problem-Conquering Mathematician, Is Dead at 64

Jean Bourgain, Problem-Conquering Mathematician, Is Dead at 64

Jean Bourgain receiving the 2017 Breakthrough Prize in mathematics at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif. The actor Jeremy Irons presented the award. Behind him was Sundar Pichai,
Special Prosecutor Is Sought in Case of Detectives Accused of Raping 18-Year-Old

Special Prosecutor Is Sought in Case of Detectives Accused of Raping 18-Year-Old

Edward Martins, left, and Richard Hall, center, former detectives with the New York Police Department, after their indictment on rape charges in October 2017.
Law Firm to Pay $4.6 Million in Case Tied to Manafort and Ukraine

Law Firm to Pay $4.6 Million in Case Tied to Manafort and Ukraine

The offices of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in London. The firm has been roiled by the scrutiny from its dealings with Paul Manafort, a former Trump associate.
Jesse Angelo Is Out as Publisher of The New York Post

Jesse Angelo Is Out as Publisher of The New York Post

Jesse Angelo, the former publisher and chief executive of The New York Post, at the introduction of “Page Six TV” in 2017.
At Los Angeles Teachers’ Strike, a Rallying Cry: More Funding, Fewer Charters

At Los Angeles Teachers’ Strike, a Rallying Cry: More Funding, Fewer Charters

Hundreds of students turned up Thursday at Virgil Middle School in Los Angeles, despite the teachers’ strike.
Washington Memo: Washington as Unruly Sandbox: Squabbles, Antics and Tantrums

Washington Memo: Washington as Unruly Sandbox: Squabbles, Antics and Tantrums

As the shutdown drags on, political tantrums and bickering have become the norm in Washington.

Orca Calf Offers Hope for a Fading Group in the Pacific Northwest

The newborn killer whale, called L124, looks healthy. But its family is still in danger of extinction.
The Lost Children of the Trump Administration

The Lost Children of the Trump Administration

A woman wearing an ankle monitor and her 3-year-old daughter, reunited after four months apart, waited for a bus in Phoenix last July.