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Diagnosis: Why Was the Woman Having Trouble Seeing, if Her Eyes Were Fine?

She was in therapy for a death in her family. Most of her doctors thought her vision problem was stress related — except one.
Clashes Over Trade and Detentions: What China, the U.S. and Canada Are Fighting Over

Clashes Over Trade and Detentions: What China, the U.S. and Canada Are Fighting Over

President Xi Jinping of China and President Trump during the Group of 20 summit meeting in Buenos Aires this month.
Mattel’s Revival Plan: Bet on Barbie, the Movie

Mattel’s Revival Plan: Bet on Barbie, the Movie

Barbies on display at a new F.A.O. Schwarz store at Rockefeller Center in Manhattan. Mattel, the doll’s maker, hopes to improve its fortunes with movie, TV and video game versions of its toys.
Bloods Gang Members Charged in Rikers Island-Based Crime Ring, Officials Say

Bloods Gang Members Charged in Rikers Island-Based Crime Ring, Officials Say

The police displayed a .357-caliber revolver as well as blades and drugs seized in city jails.
After a Natural Disaster, Is It Better to Rebuild or Retreat?

After a Natural Disaster, Is It Better to Rebuild or Retreat?

Water spilled over a levee along the Inner Harbor Navigation Canal, also known as the Industrial Canal, in New Orleans on Aug. 30, 2005, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Jon Batiste’s World Is Wonderful, but Flawed

Jon Batiste’s World Is Wonderful, but Flawed

Jon Batiste spoke about the way New Orleans and New York had molded his career and musical aesthetic.
Theresa May Is Determined — and Doomed

Theresa May Is Determined — and Doomed

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain speaking outside 10 Downing Street after a confidence vote by Conservative Members of Parliament, in London, on Wednesday.
Brexit, Michael Cohen, China: Your Thursday Briefing

Brexit, Michael Cohen, China: Your Thursday Briefing

The British prime minister, Theresa May, preparing to give a speech after winning the confidence vote on Wednesday in London.
Jailing Hundreds of Journalists Worldwide Is the ‘New Normal,’ Group Finds

Jailing Hundreds of Journalists Worldwide Is the ‘New Normal,’ Group Finds

A vigil for Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi dissident and columnist who was killed this year in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. At least 16 Saudi journalists were imprisoned as of Dec. 1, according to the
Days Later, Mayor Apologizes to Woman Whose Child Was Torn From Her Arms

Days Later, Mayor Apologizes to Woman Whose Child Was Torn From Her Arms

“What happened to Jazmine Headley and her son Damone should never have happened, should never happen to anybody,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday.
Second Canadian Arrested in China, Escalating Diplomatic Feud

Second Canadian Arrested in China, Escalating Diplomatic Feud

The Canadian Embassy in Beijing on Wednesday. Canada’s foreign minister revealed the new case a day after China said that a former Canadian diplomat detained in Beijing had been employed by an
3 People Are Rescued After Days in Abandoned Coal Mine in West Virginia

3 People Are Rescued After Days in Abandoned Coal Mine in West Virginia

Family and friends waited in Whitesville, W.Va., on Wednesday as rescue teams searched a nearby abandoned mine for three missing people.
4 Takeaways From Michael Cohen’s Sentencing

4 Takeaways From Michael Cohen’s Sentencing

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, left federal court after being sentenced to three years in prison on Wednesday.
Oldest Institution of Southern Baptist Convention Reveals Past Ties to Slavery

Oldest Institution of Southern Baptist Convention Reveals Past Ties to Slavery

The Southern Baptist Convention voting to formally condemn the political movement known as the “alt-right” in 2017. The convention’s oldest institution, the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary,
‘His Dirty Deeds’

‘His Dirty Deeds’

Michael Cohen at the Federal Courthouse in Lower Manhattan on Wednesday.
On Soccer: The Champions League Group Stage Is Over. So, What Did We Learn?

On Soccer: The Champions League Group Stage Is Over. So, What Did We Learn?

Paris Saint-Germain is hoping Neymar, right, can carry the club to new heights in the Champions League knockout rounds.
Slow Police Response and Chaos Contributed to Parkland Massacre, Report Finds

Slow Police Response and Chaos Contributed to Parkland Massacre, Report Finds

The scene outside the former home of the accused Parkland gunman in February. A state commission pointed to a range of failures on the part of school and law enforcement officials in the response to
Troubled by Lapses, Government’s Voice to the World Braces for New Trump Management

Troubled by Lapses, Government’s Voice to the World Braces for New Trump Management

Roman Mamonov, the anchor of “Current Time America,” Voice of America’s Russian language broadcast, in the company’s studio this month in Washington.
News Analysis: Trump’s Intervention in Huawei Case Would Be Legal, but Bad Precedent, Experts Say

News Analysis: Trump’s Intervention in Huawei Case Would Be Legal, but Bad Precedent, Experts Say

Unlike most of his predecessors, President Trump has offered strong opinions on numerous pending court cases.