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The Checkup: The War to End All Measles

The Checkup: The War to End All Measles

Members of the ambulance training corps in Allentown, Pa., during World War I, a time when vaccinations were very limited.
New York Magazine’s Sites Are Going Behind a Paywall

New York Magazine’s Sites Are Going Behind a Paywall

Pamela Wasserstein, the chief executive of New York Media, has fielded inquiries from people interested in buying the company behind New York magazine.
How a Former Canadian Spy Helps Wall Street Mavens Think Smarter

How a Former Canadian Spy Helps Wall Street Mavens Think Smarter

Shane Parrish has become an unlikely guru for Wall Street. His self-improvement strategies appeal to his overachieving audience in elite finance, Silicon Valley and professional sports.
Critic’s Pick: Review: Mike Birbiglia Is a Very Nervous Dad in ‘The New One’

Critic’s Pick: Review: Mike Birbiglia Is a Very Nervous Dad in ‘The New One’

Mike Birbiglia captures the anxiety of fatherhood in his solo show at the Cort Theater.
Uncounted Ballots, Overvoted Ballots: Why Is the Governor Claiming Fraud in Florida’s Election?

Uncounted Ballots, Overvoted Ballots: Why Is the Governor Claiming Fraud in Florida’s Election?

Three close statewide races are being recounted in Florida. Election workers placed ballots into electronic counting machines on Sunday at the Broward County elections office in Lauderhill, Fla.
You Have a Right to Weariness

You Have a Right to Weariness

President Trump at the White House, in March.
Deadly Gaza Raid by Israel Threatens Nascent Cease-Fire

Deadly Gaza Raid by Israel Threatens Nascent Cease-Fire

A destroyed building on Monday in Khan Yunis, in southern Gaza, after an Israeli airstrike over the weekend.
Canada’s Message to Teenagers: Marijuana Is Legal Now. Please Don’t Smoke It.

Canada’s Message to Teenagers: Marijuana Is Legal Now. Please Don’t Smoke It.

Jenny Hanley, seated in front, and her daughter Shelby Hanley, 17, left, with Kyle Johnston, 16, center, and Jared Kaye, 19, right, who live with Ms. Hanley on her family farm.
Remembering the Forgotten War

Remembering the Forgotten War

Korean war veterans Stan Fuji and James Kaleohano stand by flag-draped transfer cases with the remains of American soldiers repatriated from North Korea during a ceremony in August at Joint Base Pearl
Let the People Vote

Let the People Vote

Voters waiting in a long line to vote in the 2018 midterm general election, outside a polling station located at Robious Middle School in Midlothian, Virginia.
Forced Out by Deadly California Fires, Then Trapped in Traffic

Forced Out by Deadly California Fires, Then Trapped in Traffic

People fleeing the Camp Fire in Paradise, Calif., abandoned their vehicles because of traffic; their cars remained along the road on Sunday.
Scholar Who Escaped Nazis Dies After a Push by a Subway Rider in a Rush

Scholar Who Escaped Nazis Dies After a Push by a Subway Rider in a Rush

Rabbi Joseph Potasnik spoke on Sunday during a memorial service for Kurt Salzinger, 89, at Riverside Memorial Chapel in Manhattan.
Mediator: Should the Press Boycott Trump? Political Strategists Weigh In

Mediator: Should the Press Boycott Trump? Political Strategists Weigh In

Reporters are in a Catch-22 situation in dealing with President Trump’s attacks: They could stage a group protest or do nothing, and both have downsides.
Poland’s Leaders March With Far-Right Groups on Independence Day

Poland’s Leaders March With Far-Right Groups on Independence Day

A banner reading “Independence March — Death to the enemies of the homeland” in Warsaw on Sunday.