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West Virginia Teachers Walk Out (Again) and Score a Win in Hours

West Virginia Teachers Walk Out (Again) and Score a Win in Hours

Teachers on strike in Denver last week. Educators were set to walk off the job in West Virginia and Oakland, Calif., this week, continuing a protest movement that has persisted for the past year.
Trump to Tap Other Military Money for Wall Before Emergency Funds

Trump to Tap Other Military Money for Wall Before Emergency Funds

Workers reinforcing a section of the fence between the United States and Mexico near Tijuana.
Don Newcombe Dies at 92; Dodger Pitcher Helped Break Racial Barrier

Don Newcombe Dies at 92; Dodger Pitcher Helped Break Racial Barrier

Don Newcombe with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1949, his debut season with the team, when he was named rookie of the year.
Democrats Want to Tax the Wealthy. Many Voters Agree.

Democrats Want to Tax the Wealthy. Many Voters Agree.

Kris Stallard, a data analyst in Tulsa, Okla., backs a wealth tax in principle, but questions how it would work in practice. “Is the government going to take parts of businesses from people?” he

The Catholic Church Is Breaking People’s Hearts

It fires gay workers, vilifies gay priests and alienates parishioners who can’t make any sense of this.

Has Republican Resistance to Trump Collapsed?

William Weld has offered a glimmer of hope to NeverTrumpers. But many Republicans once opposed to the president are jumping on his 2020 bandwagon.
Thousands Rally Against Anti-Semitism in France

Thousands Rally Against Anti-Semitism in France

President Emmanuel Macron of France during a visit on Tuesday to the Jewish cemetery in Quatzenheim, France, where gravestones were vandalized.
Roger Stone Posted a Photo of a Judge Beside Cross Hairs. She Ordered Him to Court.

Roger Stone Posted a Photo of a Judge Beside Cross Hairs. She Ordered Him to Court.

President Trump’s longtime adviser Roger J. Stone Jr. leaving federal court in Washington this month. Mr. Stone was ordered to appear in court on Thursday after posting and then deleting a photo of a
Housing Is Already in a Slump. So It (Probably) Can’t Cause a Recession.

Housing Is Already in a Slump. So It (Probably) Can’t Cause a Recession.

Residential real estate prices have risen so fast that even markets previously considered affordable are now beyond the reach of many. Prices in Denver have risen 90 percent since 2012.
Florida Student, 11, Arrested After Dispute Over His Refusal to Say Pledge of Allegiance

Florida Student, 11, Arrested After Dispute Over His Refusal to Say Pledge of Allegiance

The top state attorney in Polk County, Fla., said his office would not bring a case against a sixth-grade student who was arrested after a dispute over his refusal to participate in the Pledge of
Elizabeth Warren Proposes Universal Child Care

Elizabeth Warren Proposes Universal Child Care

Senator Elizabeth Warren’s plan proposes a network of child care centers that would be free to families earning less than two times the federal poverty level.
T’s Wellness Guide to London

T’s Wellness Guide to London

Ottolenghi's deli and restaurant in Islington.
Marijuana Tax in New Jersey? It Could be $42 an Ounce

Marijuana Tax in New Jersey? It Could be $42 an Ounce

A dispensary in Secaucus, N.J., grows marijuana for medical purposes. State elected leaders are now trying to legalize recreational marijuana.