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Wall Street, Seeking Big Tax Breaks, Sets Sights on Distressed Main Streets

Wall Street, Seeking Big Tax Breaks, Sets Sights on Distressed Main Streets

A view of Salt Lake City, which is home to several opportunity zones. An annual gathering of so-called impact investors held in the city earlier this month devoted much of the meeting to discussing
California Today: California Today: How High-Speed Rail Got Caught Between Newsom and Trump

California Today: California Today: How High-Speed Rail Got Caught Between Newsom and Trump

Construction at a site near Fresno, Calif., for the new high-speed rail tracks.
Bernie 2020, Pro and Con

Bernie 2020, Pro and Con

Senator Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent, at a news conference on Capitol Hill last December.
Three Lawmakers Quit Britain’s Conservative Party, Joining Labour Defectors

Three Lawmakers Quit Britain’s Conservative Party, Joining Labour Defectors

Former Conservative and Labour lawmakers taking their seats as part of an independent grouping in Parliament in London on Wednesday.
The Last Designer

The Last Designer

The designer Karl Lagerfeld backstage with a model before his spring 1983 haute couture show for Chanel in Paris. It was his first for the fashion house.
Donald Trump, Shamima Begum, Karl Lagerfeld: Your Wednesday Briefing

Donald Trump, Shamima Begum, Karl Lagerfeld: Your Wednesday Briefing

Hoda Muthana with her son in Syria. Ms. Muthana, from Alabama, joined the Islamic State in 2014.
Amid Trouble With the West, Saudi Arabia Looks East

Amid Trouble With the West, Saudi Arabia Looks East

Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India welcomed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia at the airport in New Delhi on Tuesday.
The Madness of King Donald

The Madness of King Donald

President Trump delivering the State of the Union address.

What America Can Learn From ‘Roma’

We’ve been excluded from basic labor protections for too long. This is our moment.
Fixes: A Comeback for African National Parks

Fixes: A Comeback for African National Parks

Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique is a rare success story. The number of large mammals there has increased more than 700 percent over the past decade.

Maduro Is Denying Venezuelans U.S. Aid. His Opposition Sees an Opportunity.

President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela has sent troops to the Colombian border to block U.S. humanitarian aid from entering his country. We go to the town of Cúcuta, where the aid impasse is building

The Disappeared Children of Israel

In the state of Israel’s early years, a number of parents in immigrant transit camps were told that their babies had died. Their families believe the babies were abducted by the Israeli authorities in
Past Tense: The Complex Story of Hulan Jack, the First Black ‘Boss of Manhattan’

Past Tense: The Complex Story of Hulan Jack, the First Black ‘Boss of Manhattan’

Hulan Jack entering City Hall in December 1959, a month before he was first indicted on corruption charges.
Legalize Pot? Amid Opioid Crisis, Some New Hampshire Leaders Say No Way

Legalize Pot? Amid Opioid Crisis, Some New Hampshire Leaders Say No Way

Nick Bickford, from Manchester, N.H., said he became addicted to heroin when he was 16. He said the state should get its opioid crisis under control before it considered legalizing marijuana.
For Gamers With Disabilities, Creative Controllers Open Worlds

For Gamers With Disabilities, Creative Controllers Open Worlds

Erin Hawley playing video games with her family in Keyport, N.J. Ms. Hawley, who has muscular dystrophy, uses an adaptive controller recently released by Microsoft alongside its traditional Xbox One

Nonfiction: Sex and the Cinema: How Hollywood Shaped Desire

In “Sleeping With Strangers,” David Thomson examines the ways in which movies have codified our fantasies.