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Steeper Versus Deeper (Wonkish)

Steeper Versus Deeper (Wonkish)

The floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Sept. 29, 2008, when the Dow Jones industrial average fell nearly 780 points. A bailout package was approved by Congress later that week.
Trump Galvanized a Movement of Women. Kavanaugh Is Testing It.

Trump Galvanized a Movement of Women. Kavanaugh Is Testing It.

President Trump with Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, and the judge’s wife and two daughters just before he was announced as a Supreme Court nominee in July.
Comcast Outbids Fox for Control of British Broadcaster Sky

Comcast Outbids Fox for Control of British Broadcaster Sky

Both Fox and Comcast have long coveted control of Sky, which Rupert Murdoch founded in the 1990s and which has since become one of Europe’s top television companies.
Exposures: Back From the Storm

Exposures: Back From the Storm

A home in Utuado severely damaged by Hurricane Maria remains unlivable a year later.
China Demands U.S. Withdraw Sanctions Imposed Over Military Purchases From Russia

China Demands U.S. Withdraw Sanctions Imposed Over Military Purchases From Russia

The United States ambassador to Beijing, Terry Branstad, with President Xi Jinping of China last year. Beijing is said to have summoned the ambassador to protest economic sanctions imposed by the
Six Siblings of a Republican Congressman Endorse His Opponent in Campaign Ads

Six Siblings of a Republican Congressman Endorse His Opponent in Campaign Ads

Six brothers and sisters of Representative Paul Gosar, Republican of Arizona, have appeared in ads speaking out against him and endorsing his Democratic opponent.
White House Memo: Talk of the 25th Amendment Underscores a Volatile Presidency

White House Memo: Talk of the 25th Amendment Underscores a Volatile Presidency

The fracturing of President Trump’s team has led him to wonder whom he can trust and who in his view might be plotting against him.
We Were Making Headway on Global Poverty. What’s About to Change?

We Were Making Headway on Global Poverty. What’s About to Change?

A refugee camp outside of Maiduguri, Nigeria. By 2050, more than 40 percent of the world's poorest people are projected to live in just two countries: Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A Retirement Home’s Lessons in How to Keep in Touch

A Retirement Home’s Lessons in How to Keep in Touch

The shelf outside Jackie Amadeo’s apartment at Brooksby Village, a retirement community outside Boston.
The Long Year of #MeToo on Capitol Hill

The Long Year of #MeToo on Capitol Hill

Many women working on Capitol Hill have experienced off-color comments, uncomfortable jokes or the standard everyday gut-punch of men talking over them in meetings.
Op-Ed Columnist: Sick to Your Stomach? #MeToo

Op-Ed Columnist: Sick to Your Stomach? #MeToo

The Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh with Chuck Grassley, leader of an all-male chorus that makes up the Republican majority on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Burden of Proof for Kavanaugh

The Burden of Proof for Kavanaugh

Supreme Court justice nominee judge Brett Kavanaugh during his Senate confirmation hearing.
The Patriarchy Will Always Have Its Revenge

The Patriarchy Will Always Have Its Revenge

Anita Hill testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee in 1991. The nomination of her former boss, Clarence Thomas, to the Supreme Court was ultimately approved by the Senate, 52-48.

Gunmen Strike at Military Parade in Iran

The attack came in Ahvaz, a center of antigovernment protests.