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Japanese Justice Faces Scrutiny in Case of Nissan Chief and U.S. Board Member

Japanese Justice Faces Scrutiny in Case of Nissan Chief and U.S. Board Member

Carlos Ghosn is being held as prosecutors question him daily. Investigators are exploring possible financial wrongdoing related to his nearly 20-year career at Nissan.
The Otherworldly Beauty of a Dying Sea

The Otherworldly Beauty of a Dying Sea

As the Dead Sea recedes, salt formations along the shore come into view.
‘Dead Skunk’ Stench From Marijuana Farms Outrages Californians

‘Dead Skunk’ Stench From Marijuana Farms Outrages Californians

Robert Guthrie wearing his respirator outside his home in Sebastopol, Calif. “I can’t be outside more than 30 minutes,” Mr. Guthrie said of peak cannabis odor times.
Opening a Door to a Secret Prague

Opening a Door to a Secret Prague

The courtyard of Campus Hybernska, one of several new cultural venues that have opened in abandoned buildings in Prague.
Why Deep Blue New York Is ‘Voter Suppression Land’

Why Deep Blue New York Is ‘Voter Suppression Land’

Despite its reputation for progressivism, New York has some of the most restrictive election laws in the nation. Gov. Andrew Cuomo has vowed to change that next year.
That Punishing Blockade? ‘We’ve Moved On,’ Qatar Says

That Punishing Blockade? ‘We’ve Moved On,’ Qatar Says

Qatar’s emir, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, waving as he arrives to attend a military parade in the capital, Doha.

Investors Expect a Much Less Aggressive Fed in 2019

Investors are increasingly betting that the Federal Reserve will slow the pace of interest rate increases next year.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Enjoys Michael Flynn’s Pain

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Enjoys Michael Flynn’s Pain

Stephen Colbert was happy to review some of the most squirm-inducing moments from the former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s court appearance on Tuesday.
More Spideys for a ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Sequel

More Spideys for a ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Sequel

The Spideys of the current “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”: Miles Morales, left, Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy.
France, Not Waiting for European Union, to Tax U.S. Tech Firms as ’19 Starts

France, Not Waiting for European Union, to Tax U.S. Tech Firms as ’19 Starts

President Emmanuel Macron of France met with Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, in May. Mr. Macron’s government is accelerating plans to tax Facebook and other big technology companies.
Thousands of Migrant Children Could Be Released After Sponsor Policy Change

Thousands of Migrant Children Could Be Released After Sponsor Policy Change

Demonstrators gathered to protest immigration detention near the site of a tent city for migrant children at the border crossing near Tornillo, Tex., in June.
Not Just Khashoggi: Reprisal Killings of Journalists Surged This Year

Not Just Khashoggi: Reprisal Killings of Journalists Surged This Year

A symbolic funeral prayer in Istanbul for Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi columnist for The Washington Post who was killed and dismembered in October. He was one of at least 34 journalists who were killed
It’s Showtime for Elon Musk’s Boring Co., With a Long Way to Go

It’s Showtime for Elon Musk’s Boring Co., With a Long Way to Go

A modified Tesla Model X before an event to unveil the Boring Company’s tunnel in Hawthorne, Calif., on Tuesday. It unveiled the first mile-long stretch of the company’s underground vision of a