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Alibaba Feels the Pinch From China’s Slowing Growth

Alibaba Feels the Pinch From China’s Slowing Growth

Alibaba has benefited from China’s growing middle class and the explosion of online shopping. But slower economic growth could present significant headwinds.
Succession at CBS Will Be Tougher Than It Looks

Succession at CBS Will Be Tougher Than It Looks

CBS is being led by a temporary chief executive and its board has an interim chairman, who stepped in to replace the previous interim chairman.
The Case for Greatness in Classical Music

The Case for Greatness in Classical Music

Mahler, Beethoven and Grieg: Which of them could be called a great composer? And does that even matter?
‘Are You Actually an M.D.?’: A Black Doctor Is Questioned as She Intervenes on a Delta Flight

‘Are You Actually an M.D.?’: A Black Doctor Is Questioned as She Intervenes on a Delta Flight

Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford is a doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital and an instructor at Harvard Medical School. She was questioned by two flight attendants when she began helping a passenger in
U.S. Added 250,000 Jobs in October; Unemployment at 3.7%

U.S. Added 250,000 Jobs in October; Unemployment at 3.7%

Worried about the competition for seasonal workers, companies are making offers earlier and raising wages. United Parcel Service recently held hiring events around the country, including this one in
Immigration, Google, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’: Your Friday Briefing

Immigration, Google, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’: Your Friday Briefing

President Trump told supporters at a rally in Columbia, Mo., on Thursday that the constitutional grant of citizenship to any person born in the U.S. was a “crazy, lunatic policy that we can end.”
Rise of the Armed Left

Rise of the Armed Left

A gun store in Atlanta. The North Georgia branch of the Socialist Rifle Association meets in that city.
Republicans Say They Will Protect Pre-existing Conditions. Their Records Say Something Else.

Republicans Say They Will Protect Pre-existing Conditions. Their Records Say Something Else.

Martha McSally, with President Trump before a recent rally in Mesa, Ariz., is running for Senate. As a House member, she voted against the Affordable Care Act.
How to Run a Marathon Faster as You Get Older

How to Run a Marathon Faster as You Get Older

Juan Luis Barrios and Bernard Lagat have trained together for months in Arizona. Sunday's New York City Marathon will be Lagat's first after a career on the track.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Blasphemy, Pakistan’s New Religion

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Blasphemy, Pakistan’s New Religion

Members of Pakistan’s new religious right protesting the court decision overturning Asia Bibi’s blasphemy conviction, in Lahore on Wednesday.
The Imagined Story Behind Leonard Cohen’s ‘Suzanne’

The Imagined Story Behind Leonard Cohen’s ‘Suzanne’

“My job is to encourage hesitant lovers to take the risk. Get the phone number and call it (after a few days, so you don’t seem overeager). Go in for the kiss.”
Last Time Around: New York City Marathon Chief Takes Measure of a Long Journey

Last Time Around: New York City Marathon Chief Takes Measure of a Long Journey

Each year, a group from the New York Road Runners surveys the 26.2-mile route of the New York City Marathon in advance, led by the race director, Peter Ciaccia. This will be Mr. Ciacca's last year as
No One Wants to Campaign With Bill Clinton Anymore

No One Wants to Campaign With Bill Clinton Anymore

Clarke Tucker, center, a Democratic nominee for Congress from Arkansas, defended Bill and Hillary Clinton in a political skirmish last year, but hasn’t asked the former president for help in his tight
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Mocks Trump’s Focus on Immigration: ‘Play Some New Stuff!’

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Mocks Trump’s Focus on Immigration: ‘Play Some New Stuff!’

Jimmy Fallon and other late-night hosts are developing midterm fatigue as the finish line nears.
Republican Purges and Feuds in Oklahoma Show the Pitfalls of One-Party Rule

Republican Purges and Feuds in Oklahoma Show the Pitfalls of One-Party Rule

State Representative Chris Kannady at his office in Oklahoma City. Mr. Kannady led a well-funded campaign of attack ads in primaries across the state.