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India’s Top Central Banker Quits as Government Seeks More Control

India’s Top Central Banker Quits as Government Seeks More Control

Urjit Patel resigned from his position leading India’s central bank on Monday, almost a year before his term was to end. India’s government has tried to exert more control over the central bank’s
Is Screen Time Bad for Kids’ Brains?

Is Screen Time Bad for Kids’ Brains?

A $300 million research project is studying 11,800 children through adolescence to see how drug and alcohol use, concussions, and screen time may affect brain development.
The New New World: The Huawei Executive’s Arrest Is Igniting Fear. The U.S. Should Take Notice.

The New New World: The Huawei Executive’s Arrest Is Igniting Fear. The U.S. Should Take Notice.

The arrest of Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s chief financial officer, has caused some in the tech elite to reconsider travel plans between China and the United States.
Why Is Qatar Leaving OPEC?

Why Is Qatar Leaving OPEC?

The Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar’s principal site for production of liquefied natural gas and gas-to-liquid, administrated by Qatar Petroleum, lies some 50 miles north of the capital Doha.

Supreme Court Won’t Hear Planned Parenthood Cases, and 3 Court Conservatives Aren’t Happy

Three conservatives said the court was wrong to duck cases with “some tenuous connection to a politically fraught issue.”
MIND: Can We Really Inherit Trauma?

MIND: Can We Really Inherit Trauma?

A Civil War prisoner is examined at the U.S. General Hospital in Annapolis, Md., in 1864.
Former Bloomberg Executives to Be Charged in Construction Fraud Scheme

Former Bloomberg Executives to Be Charged in Construction Fraud Scheme

A pay-to-play scheme, investigators say, was centered around interior construction work at Bloomberg’s offices, including its headquarters at 731 Lexington Ave in Manhattan.
Maria Butina, Russian Accused of Spying, Enters Plea Deal; Court Papers Backpedal on Sex Claims

Maria Butina, Russian Accused of Spying, Enters Plea Deal; Court Papers Backpedal on Sex Claims

Maria Butina, a Russian woman accused of trying to influence powerful conservatives, has reached a plea deal with prosecutors.

A Moment in Mexico: Ruptured City

In the aftermath of a major earthquake in Mexico City last year, aerial footage captures the resilience of the city’s response.

A Moment in Mexico: Children of the Narco Zone

What it’s like to grow up as the child of an avowed gangster.

A Moment in Mexico: The Diver

Mexico City employs a diver to clear out clogs and snags from its gigantic sewer system. And he loves it.

A Moment in Mexico: A Prisoner in the Family

Out of desperation, a woman has kept her mentally ill son under lock and key for over twenty years.
Another Day in Brexit Hell

Another Day in Brexit Hell

Birds flock over the River Thames as the sun sets behind Westminster Palace, where Parliament meets. The building, like Britain, is falling apart.
Fixtures: This Is Ralph Lauren’s Barber

Fixtures: This Is Ralph Lauren’s Barber

He's still hair: Clemente Dimonda in his Midtown Manhattan shop.
Album Review: XXXTentacion Left Splinters Amid the Wreckage on ‘Skins’

Album Review: XXXTentacion Left Splinters Amid the Wreckage on ‘Skins’

XXXTentacion’s “Skins,” the first album released following his death in June, is slight.

David Sedaris’s Back Pages, Before ‘SantaLand’ Made Him a Star

The writer’s archive, which has just been bought by Yale, includes his voluminous diaries and other private handmade books.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Jewish, Too?

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Jewish, Too?

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has identified as Catholic, said on Sunday that her ancestry includes those who fled Europe during the Spanish Inquisition more than 500 years ago.