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Crisis and Consequences: The Great Recession Knocked Them Down. Only Some Got Up Again.

Crisis and Consequences: The Great Recession Knocked Them Down. Only Some Got Up Again.

“I remember some nights being so hungry that you’re eating ketchup or mustard out of the containers,” said Dante Whitfield, now a real estate agent in Tacoma, Wash.
Rat in Broth Wipes $190 Million Off Restaurant Chain’s Value

Rat in Broth Wipes $190 Million Off Restaurant Chain’s Value

A small rat was discovered last week in a hotpot restaurant in eastern China. Images and video were widely shared on Chinese social media.
DealBook: The Wall Street Power Lunch Is Back, With Martinis and Impunity

DealBook: The Wall Street Power Lunch Is Back, With Martinis and Impunity

Julian Niccolini, a co-owner of the Four Seasons restaurant, at its new location, on 49th Street. The need for his diners to show "I have more money than you" hasn't changed, he said.
Protection of Voting Rights for Minorities Has Fallen Sharply, a New Report Finds

Protection of Voting Rights for Minorities Has Fallen Sharply, a New Report Finds

A new report says the federal government has been doing less to protect minority voters’ rights in recent years. Cornell William Brooks, the president of the National Association for the Advancement
‘And I’m a Mom.’ Candidates and Voters Warm to Kids on the Trail

‘And I’m a Mom.’ Candidates and Voters Warm to Kids on the Trail

Mikie Sherrill, the Democratic nominee for a highly competitive congressional seat, greeted voters while campaigning with her children in Parsippany, N.J., last month.
The Youth Sports Mega-Complex Comes to Town, Hoping Teams Will Follow

The Youth Sports Mega-Complex Comes to Town, Hoping Teams Will Follow

Vendors offered sporting goods to parents and players at the LakePoint Sporting Community in Emerson, Ga.
Hungary’s Democracy Is in Danger, E.U. Parliament Decides

Hungary’s Democracy Is in Danger, E.U. Parliament Decides

The measure passed 448-197, after a majority of the Hungarian leader’s conservative alliance broke with him.
Who Can Save the Subway?

Who Can Save the Subway?

Syndicated Bar in Brooklyn last month invited patrons to watch a debate between the Democratic candidates for the governor.
The Cardinals Morph Into the Cardinals

The Cardinals Morph Into the Cardinals

Manager Mike Shildt of the St. Louis Cardinals acknowledged the fans after being introduced as the new full-time manager of the team in August.
Why a ‘Dramatic Dip’ in ISIS Attacks in the West Is Scant Comfort

Why a ‘Dramatic Dip’ in ISIS Attacks in the West Is Scant Comfort

The attacks seemed to come one after another: In 2015, the Islamic State shot up the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, killing 89 people.

Antoni Porowski Brought Sardines to This Video Shoot

The food and wine expert on Netflix’s “Queer Eye” took T’s challenge to make something in under an hour, and paid tribute to the late Anthony Bourdain.
One of the First Women in the Infantry Will Be Discharged From the Marines

One of the First Women in the Infantry Will Be Discharged From the Marines

Marine Cpl. Remedios Cruz recited the oath of enlistment after being promoted at Anderson Air Force Base in Guam in 2013.
Apple Unveils Bigger iPhones at Higher Prices, and a Heart-Tracking Watch

Apple Unveils Bigger iPhones at Higher Prices, and a Heart-Tracking Watch

Philip W. Schiller, senior vice president for marketing, talks about all the iPhones available and their prices on Wednesday.
U.S. Household Income Rises to Pre-Recession Levels, Prompting Cheers and Questions

U.S. Household Income Rises to Pre-Recession Levels, Prompting Cheers and Questions

Median household income, an important measure of the distribution of economic gains, increased 1.8 percent last year to $61,372, the Census Bureau said on Wednesday.
Delacroix, Warhol and More Art to Look Forward to This Fall

Delacroix, Warhol and More Art to Look Forward to This Fall

“Women of Algiers in Their Apartment” (1834) by Eugène Delacroix will be part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s traffic-stopping Delacroix show, opening Sept. 17.
F.D.A. Cracks Down on Juul and E-Cigarette Retailers

F.D.A. Cracks Down on Juul and E-Cigarette Retailers

The sleek Juul device, which looks like a flash drive, has become popular in high schools.
Pope Francis Summons World’s Bishops to Meet on Sexual Abuse

Pope Francis Summons World’s Bishops to Meet on Sexual Abuse

Pope Francis at his weekly general audience at St. Peter’s Square on Wednesday.
Gender Is a Construct. Christine and the Queens Built a Bulldozer.

Gender Is a Construct. Christine and the Queens Built a Bulldozer.

Hélöise Letissier, who records as Christine and the Queens, has adopted a slightly revised persona for her new album: Chris.
California Today: California Today: Tackling Climate Change, Without Trump

California Today: California Today: Tackling Climate Change, Without Trump

Gov. Jerry Brown of California, left, with State Senator Kevin de León. The governor is leading high-level climate talks this week in San Francisco.