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California Today: California Today: Victories, Then Scandal. What’s Next for Democrats?

California Today: California Today: Victories, Then Scandal. What’s Next for Democrats?

Eric C. Bauman stepped down as the chairman of the California Democratic Party after he was accused by fellow party members of sexual harassment and misconduct.

Rodrigo Duterte Jokes About Marijuana Use, While Thousands Die in His Drug War

The Philippine president’s joke that he uses marijuana to stay awake at official functions was criticized as insensitive.
China Will Slash Car Tariffs, Trump Says, in a (Vague) Tweet

China Will Slash Car Tariffs, Trump Says, in a (Vague) Tweet

An auto plant in Harbin, China, belonging to a joint venture between Changan Automobile and Ford Motor Company. American cars for the Chinese market are generally made in Chinese factories.
Want to See All the Vermeers in the World? Now’s Your Chance

Want to See All the Vermeers in the World? Now’s Your Chance

A detail of “Girl With a Pearl Earring,” perhaps Vermeer’s best-known work. Users of the app can zoom in on all the paintings.
OPEC, China, France: Your Monday Briefing

OPEC, China, France: Your Monday Briefing

George Bush was sworn in as president on Jan. 20, 1989. His death came less than eight months after that of his wife of 73 years, Barbara.
Turning Points: An Era Without a Name

Turning Points: An Era Without a Name

U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing in 2017.
Twitter’s Caste Problem

Twitter’s Caste Problem

Jack Dorsey, Twitter's chief executive, interacts with students at the Indian Institute of Technology in New Delhi last month.

A Mother’s Right to Life

Parents and medical professionals respond to an essay on America’s rising maternal mortality rate and the competing interests of mothers and doctors during childbirth.
After a California Wildfire, New and Old Homeless Populations Collide

After a California Wildfire, New and Old Homeless Populations Collide

A chimney was all that the Camp Fire left standing of a house in Paradise, Calif., one of 14,000 residences destroyed in Butte County. The number of people seeking housing in the county has vastly
An Ancient Corner of Italy Finds the World on Its Doorstep

An Ancient Corner of Italy Finds the World on Its Doorstep

Basilicata is a misshapen, green, rocky, mountainous piece of land forming the awkward instep of Italy’s boot, and Matera is its gnarled crown jewel.

Nonfiction: Jonathan Franzen Despairs of a Planet Inhospitable to Birds

In his new collection of essays, “The End of the End of the Earth,” Franzen complains about groups that emphasize climate change at the expense of conservation.
Do Children Get a Subpar Education in Yeshivas? New York Says It Will Finally Find Out

Do Children Get a Subpar Education in Yeshivas? New York Says It Will Finally Find Out

A group of graduates from ultra-Orthodox Jewish private schools in New York claim that some yeshiva students are never taught secular lessons, like science or history.
Watch NASA’s Osiris-Rex Arriving at Asteroid Bennu

Watch NASA’s Osiris-Rex Arriving at Asteroid Bennu

An image of the asteroid Bennu taken by the Osiris-Rex spacecraft Nov. 16.
Americans Value Equality at Work More Than Equality at Home

Americans Value Equality at Work More Than Equality at Home

A far more common sight today: a father making children’s lunches. Yet traditional attitudes persist, especially about domestic chores.
Where Charity and Love Prevail

Where Charity and Love Prevail

A stained glass window depicts Jesus and two disciples.
The New Health Care: Why Hospitals Should Let You Sleep

The New Health Care: Why Hospitals Should Let You Sleep

Short sleep durations are associated with several negative effects, including hypertension and mood disorders.