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After a Wildfire, Rebuilding Life Can Be Hardest for the Oldest

After a Wildfire, Rebuilding Life Can Be Hardest for the Oldest

Daniel Cayer, who lives out of a camping trailer in Chico, Calif., used a mirror to clean his tracheotomy tube on Sunday.
M.L.B. Asks Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith to Return $5,000 Donation

M.L.B. Asks Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith to Return $5,000 Donation

Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi during a campaign event on Nov. 6.
Making Sense of the N.B.A.’s Wacky Start

Making Sense of the N.B.A.’s Wacky Start

Charlotte Hornets guard Kemba Walker has been a breakout star in the young N.B.A. season.
It’s Not Just Trump in House Democrats’ Cross Hairs. His Family Is, Too.

It’s Not Just Trump in House Democrats’ Cross Hairs. His Family Is, Too.

Ivanka Trump is under congressional scrutiny over her use of private email for government business. Her husband, Jared Kushner, is also a prime target for Democratic investigators.
Migrants in Tijuana Run to U.S. Border, but Fall Back in Face of Tear Gas

Migrants in Tijuana Run to U.S. Border, but Fall Back in Face of Tear Gas

A group of Central American migrants, mostly Hondurans, attempt to climb the first layer of the border fence on Sunday. The fence is heavily fortified in San Diego, often backed by a tall second layer
On Washington: ‘Kavanaugh’s Revenge’ Fell Short Against Democrats in the Midterms

On Washington: ‘Kavanaugh’s Revenge’ Fell Short Against Democrats in the Midterms

The fight over Brett M. Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination resulted in a split decision in the midterm elections that suggests that Democrats might have gained ground in their fledgling efforts to
‘Bootleg Toys’ Are Their Own Kind of Collectibles

‘Bootleg Toys’ Are Their Own Kind of Collectibles

"Bootleg" action figures are mash-up creations that straddle the line between toys and art. Above, rejected, flawed model parts in Morgan Phillips's studio.
The New New World: How Cheap Labor Drives China’s A.I. Ambitions

The New New World: How Cheap Labor Drives China’s A.I. Ambitions

Workers at the headquarters of Ruijin Technology Company in Jiaxian, in central China’s Henan Province. They identify objects in images to help artificial intelligence make sense of the world.
Five Takeaways From Our New China Project

Five Takeaways From Our New China Project

Today's China would be unrecognizable to the founders of the People’s Republic of China.
Camp Fire Is 100 Percent Contained, California Officials Say

Camp Fire Is 100 Percent Contained, California Officials Say

Homes destroyed by the Camp Fire in Paradise, Calif. Cal Fire announced early Sunday that the blaze had been fully contained.
News AnALYSIS: Trump Administration’s Strategy on Climate: Try to Bury Its Own Scientific Report

News AnALYSIS: Trump Administration’s Strategy on Climate: Try to Bury Its Own Scientific Report

President Trump this month in Paradise, Calif., the site of devastating fires. Friday's report cites the changing climate as a contributing factor in such disasters.
Obama Alumni Return to Washington, This Time as House Freshmen

Obama Alumni Return to Washington, This Time as House Freshmen

Tom Malinowski of New Jersey served President Barack Obama as assistant secretary of state for democracy, human rights and labor.

A Long Time Ago in Drawings Far Far Away …

See the early looks for Han Solo, Chewbacca, Darth Vader and other “Star Wars” favorites, from the Oscar-winning John Mollo’s sketchbooks.
China’s Tactic to Catch a Fugitive Official: Hold His Two American Children

China’s Tactic to Catch a Fugitive Official: Hold His Two American Children

Victor and Cynthia Liu, American citizens who have been banned from exiting China, in an image provided by family friends.
Brexit Deal Has the Backing of E.U. Leaders. What Happens Now?

Brexit Deal Has the Backing of E.U. Leaders. What Happens Now?

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain still faces several significant hurdles to seal Britain’s divorce from the European Union.
Marching to End Violence Against Women

Marching to End Violence Against Women

Activists take part in a march on the eve of the commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women in Santiago, Chile, on Thursday.