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Trump’s Nationalism Is Breaking Point for Some Suburban Voters, Risking G.O.P. Coalition

Trump’s Nationalism Is Breaking Point for Some Suburban Voters, Risking G.O.P. Coalition

Representative John Culberson, right, Republican of Texas, talked to voters in a Houston neighborhood in September. His district voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Stacey Abrams and the Black Women Reshaping the Left

Stacey Abrams and the Black Women Reshaping the Left

Stacey Abrams giving the keynote speech at the Georgia State Democratic Convention in Atlanta, last August.
Trump Finds Support After the Pittsburgh Massacre, From the Israeli Government

Trump Finds Support After the Pittsburgh Massacre, From the Israeli Government

President Trump met with the Israeli ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, in Pittsburgh on Tuesday.
The Girl Who Seized the Internet

The Girl Who Seized the Internet

A display at the gravesite of the social media star Tara Fares, in Najaf, Iraq.
Major Study Finds ‘Some Evidence’ of Link Between Cellphone Radiation and Brain Cancer

Major Study Finds ‘Some Evidence’ of Link Between Cellphone Radiation and Brain Cancer

Rodents were exposed to radiation at 900 megahertz, a frequency typical of the second generation of cellphones that prevailed in the 1990s, when the study was first conceived.
The Interpreter: The Weaknesses in Liberal Democracy That May Be Pulling It Apart

The Interpreter: The Weaknesses in Liberal Democracy That May Be Pulling It Apart

Supporters of the Brazilian far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro celebrating his victory in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday.
The Wrong Way to Punish Iran

The Wrong Way to Punish Iran

Swift, an otherwise obscure financial messaging service, is at the center of a geopolitical showdown over American sanctions against Iran.
Pittsburgh Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Synagogue Rampage

Pittsburgh Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Synagogue Rampage

Robert Bowers, who is accused of killing 11 people in an attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue.
Goldman Sachs Ensnarled in Vast 1MDB Fraud Scandal

Goldman Sachs Ensnarled in Vast 1MDB Fraud Scandal

The Goldman Sachs offices in Manhattan. Goldman has played down any role in the so-called 1MDB scandal.
Google Walkout: Employees Stage Protest Over Handling of Sexual Harassment

Google Walkout: Employees Stage Protest Over Handling of Sexual Harassment

Outside Google’s European headquarters in Dublin, employees walked off the job on Thursday to protest the treatment of executives accused of sexual misconduct.
100 Years After New York’s Deadliest Subway Crash

100 Years After New York’s Deadliest Subway Crash

The day after the city’s worst subway accident, which took place on Nov. 1, 1918, in Flatbush, Brooklyn.
A Swiss Powerhouse Races Into an Uncertain Future

A Swiss Powerhouse Races Into an Uncertain Future

Manuela Schär, 33, training at the Swiss Paraplegic Center. She is defending her title in the New York City Marathon.
Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly on ‘Holmes & Watson’ and ‘Step Brothers’

Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly on ‘Holmes & Watson’ and ‘Step Brothers’

John C. Reilly, left, and Will Ferrell as Watson and Holmes. “We sat down and said, ‘What are the most neglected characters in literature?’” Reilly said with a laugh.
On Pro Basketball: The Warriors Are Having Fun. And They May Be Better Than Ever.

On Pro Basketball: The Warriors Are Having Fun. And They May Be Better Than Ever.

Draymond Green, left, and Stephen Curry are enjoying playing for the Warriors this year.
California Today: California Today: Google Employees Around the World Walk Out

California Today: California Today: Google Employees Around the World Walk Out

Google employees from more than 20 offices are walking out and presenting a list of five demands.
New York Times Tops 4 Million Mark in Total Subscribers

New York Times Tops 4 Million Mark in Total Subscribers

The New York Times Company added more revenue from the leasing of four floors of space in its headquarters building after an extensive office renovation.
How ‘Makers’ Make the Classroom More Inclusive

How ‘Makers’ Make the Classroom More Inclusive

The Hand of Man, a robotic sculpture controlled by a glove, appeared at Maker Faire in Queens this year. It is able to lift and crush cars.
Indonesia Protests Saudi Arabia’s Execution of Maid

Indonesia Protests Saudi Arabia’s Execution of Maid

President Joko Widodo of Indonesia, right, with Adel al-Jubeir, the Saudi foreign minister, in Bogor, Indonesia, last week. Mr. Joko said his government had officially protested to Saudi Arabia after