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How Ukraine Is Fighting Corruption One Heart Stent at a Time

How Ukraine Is Fighting Corruption One Heart Stent at a Time

A closed pharmacy in an empty hospital hallway in Zimogorye, Ukraine, in 2015. For years, tens of millions of dollars were siphoned out of the health care budget by corrupt intermediaries and hidden
Growth Has Lifted Counties That Voted for Trump. Mostly, It’s the Wealthy Ones.

Growth Has Lifted Counties That Voted for Trump. Mostly, It’s the Wealthy Ones.

Jazmín Méndez’s home in Ponce, P.R. Ms. Méndez was among the last residential customers of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority to have service restored after Hurricane Maria.
Hard Lessons (Thanks, Amazon) Breathe New Life Into Retail Stores

Hard Lessons (Thanks, Amazon) Breathe New Life Into Retail Stores

Tiffany & Company has announced a three-year renovation of its flagship store on Fifth Avenue, including an expansion of its retail space.
Review: ‘The Purge,’ Tamed for Television

Review: ‘The Purge,’ Tamed for Television

Jessica Garza in “The Purge,” which is starting a 10-episode run on USA.
German Politicians Call for Surveillance of Anti-Immigrant Party

German Politicians Call for Surveillance of Anti-Immigrant Party

Journalists outside the district court in Landau, Germany, on Monday, where Abdul D. was tried. The hearing was private, because the case was handled as a juvenile offense.
Review: Living, and Dying, While Black in ‘Scraps’

Review: Living, and Dying, While Black in ‘Scraps’

With mural of Notorious B.I.G. behind her, Alana Raquel Bowers as a young mother grieving the death of her boyfriend in “Scraps.”

socializing with: George Salazar, a ‘Be More Chill’ Star, Heats Up Online

How did an Off Broadway actor wrangle so many followers on Instagram? He hid in the bathroom.
Is There a Spy Camera in That Bathroom? In Seoul, 8,000 Workers Will Check

Is There a Spy Camera in That Bathroom? In Seoul, 8,000 Workers Will Check

A volunteer and a police officers inspecting a women’s bathroom in Seoul, South Korea, in 2016. More than 30,000 cases of surreptitious filming have been reported nationally since 2013.
The Paul Taylor Company Without Paul Taylor

The Paul Taylor Company Without Paul Taylor

The choreographer Paul Taylor rehearsing his company in 2008. Mr. Taylor laid the groundwork for how his company would proceed after his death.
The New New World: China’s Internet Obsesses Over Arrest of JD.com Founder Richard Liu

The New New World: China’s Internet Obsesses Over Arrest of JD.com Founder Richard Liu

Richard Liu, the founder JD.com, has long been the subject of significant media attention in China. His recent arrest in Minnesota has only intensified that.
Sweden Was Long Seen as a ‘Moral Superpower.’ That May Be Changing.

Sweden Was Long Seen as a ‘Moral Superpower.’ That May Be Changing.

A member of the Sweden Democrats, a far-right party, speaking to voters at a gathering in Stockholm for representatives of all the political parties. “We’re the new wave,” he said.
Once a Cold War Flashpoint, a Part of Taiwan Embraces China’s Pull

Once a Cold War Flashpoint, a Part of Taiwan Embraces China’s Pull

A woman digging for clams in Kinmen County, Taiwan, among antitank obstacles installed long ago to defend against China. The skyline of Xiamen, China, is in the distance.

Muslim Court Canes Malaysian Women for Same-Sex Relationship

The women were each struck six times in a Shariah court. Human rights and legal groups called the punishment a form of torture that should be banned.
How Trump Betrays ‘Forgotten’ Americans

How Trump Betrays ‘Forgotten’ Americans

Members of the American Postal Workers Union in Maryland protesting President Trump's efforts to privatize the Postal Service.
DealBook: Silicon Valley Doesn’t Like Trump. It Can Still Work With the Government.

DealBook: Silicon Valley Doesn’t Like Trump. It Can Still Work With the Government.

Alex Karp, the head of Palantir, whose software has been used to target terrorists, said American companies had a moral obligation to support the country and its military no matter who was president.
The Getaway: Your Next Trip? It’s Written in the Stars

The Getaway: Your Next Trip? It’s Written in the Stars

A view from the Manning Park Resort in British Columbia.
Mind and Body Take Center Stage at This Year’s London Design Biennale

Mind and Body Take Center Stage at This Year’s London Design Biennale

The Latvian pavilion’s interactive exhibit, “Matter to Matter,” will explore the joy of doodling in condensation.