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To Woo a Skeptical Trump, Intelligence Chiefs Talk Economics Instead of Spies

To Woo a Skeptical Trump, Intelligence Chiefs Talk Economics Instead of Spies

Investors looking at stock prices in Beijing. Intelligence officials have added economic data, especially regarding China and Russia, to President Trump’s daily briefing.
Uber Driver Is Stabbed to Death in the Bronx

Uber Driver Is Stabbed to Death in the Bronx

A memorial in 2017 for a 68-year-old Uber driver who died that year after a confrontation with a pedestrian in Manhattan.
Ogden R. Reid, Herald Tribune Editor and Congressman, Dies at 93

Ogden R. Reid, Herald Tribune Editor and Congressman, Dies at 93

Ogden Reid, right, with his brother Whitelaw and his mother, Helen Rogers Reid, in 1958, when the family sold its controlling interest in The Herald Tribune.
England to Offer Hospital Patients Free Sanitary Products

England to Offer Hospital Patients Free Sanitary Products

Free sanitary products will be offered in all medical settings in England overseen by the National Health Service starting this summer.
Grace Notes: That Dusty Apple Macintosh Plus From the ’80s? It Could End Up on TV

Grace Notes: That Dusty Apple Macintosh Plus From the ’80s? It Could End Up on TV

Christine Datz-Romero helped found the Lower East Side Ecology Center, which has a warehouse in Brooklyn filled with antiquated electronics that have become sought after by television producers and
Pennsylvania Democrats Wonder How Far Is Too Far Left in 2020

Pennsylvania Democrats Wonder How Far Is Too Far Left in 2020

Supporters of Representative Conor Lamb at his midterm election watch party in November. Mr. Lamb flipped many precincts that had voted for President Trump in 2016.
How the N.Y. Public Library Fills Its Shelves (and Why Some Books Don’t Make the Cut)

How the N.Y. Public Library Fills Its Shelves (and Why Some Books Don’t Make the Cut)

Workers in a facility in Long Island City, Queens, placed books on a conveyor belt to sort out what branch of the New York Public Library they will be sent to.
‘You Have to Pay With Your Body’: The Hidden Nightmare of Sexual Violence on the Border

‘You Have to Pay With Your Body’: The Hidden Nightmare of Sexual Violence on the Border

A property used as a stash house in Houston where three migrants were reportedly raped.
The Week in Books

The Week in Books

From left: Toni Morrison, 2008; Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers; Gabriel Winslow-Yost and Emily Greenhouse.
On Pro Basketball: Giannis Antetokounmpo Is N.B.A. Must-See TV, and Maybe the M.V.P.

On Pro Basketball: Giannis Antetokounmpo Is N.B.A. Must-See TV, and Maybe the M.V.P.

Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo has taken over the Eastern Conference and, perhaps, the entire N.B.A.

‘S.N.L.’ Cold Open Skewers Michael Cohen Hearings With Stiller and Hader

Some old friends showed up at “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, including the host John Mulaney, who turned in another strong performance as host.
Kevin Roche, Architect Who Melded Bold With Elegant, Dies at 96

Kevin Roche, Architect Who Melded Bold With Elegant, Dies at 96

Mr. Roche in 2007 in Hamden, Conn., where he maintained his office. He was widely regarded as an architect of the corporate, political and cultural establishment.
The Young Suicide Bomber Who Brought India and Pakistan to the Brink of War

The Young Suicide Bomber Who Brought India and Pakistan to the Brink of War

Indian police officers in Srinagar, Kashmir, in 2016 in the wake of protests over the killing of a separatist leader.