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China Seeks Allies as Trump’s Trade War Mounts. It Won’t Be Easy.

China Seeks Allies as Trump’s Trade War Mounts. It Won’t Be Easy.

President Xi Jinping of China at the opening ceremony of the first China International Import Expo in Shanghai on Monday. Mr. Xi is pressing the case that China can be a positive force for global
‘Outlander’ Takes Manhattan

‘Outlander’ Takes Manhattan

Caitriona Balfe, one of the stars of “Outlander,” at New York Comic Con in October. The Starz time-traveling drama has one of television’s most passionate fan bases.
‘The Walking Dead’ Says Goodbye to Andrew Lincoln. Sort Of.

‘The Walking Dead’ Says Goodbye to Andrew Lincoln. Sort Of.

Andrew Lincoln, the star of “The Walking Dead” since it debuted in 2010, left the show on Sunday. But he will return in a series of movies based on his character, Rick Grimes.
Mediator: You ‘Approved This Message’? Seriously?

Mediator: You ‘Approved This Message’? Seriously?

A screenshot from an ad for Representative Chris Collins, Republican of New York, that makes false claims about his opponent.
The Rhine, a Lifeline of Germany, Is Crippled by Drought

The Rhine, a Lifeline of Germany, Is Crippled by Drought

One of the longest dry spells on record has left part of the Rhine in Germany at record-low levels for months, forcing freighters to reduce their cargo or stop plying the river altogether.
Utah Mayor Killed in Afghanistan Wanted to Serve ‘However I Can’

Utah Mayor Killed in Afghanistan Wanted to Serve ‘However I Can’

Maj. Brent Taylor shared a picture from the mountains of Afghanistan on Facebook in April. He was on leave as mayor of North Ogden, Utah, during his deployment.
News Analysis: Reimposing Iran Sanctions, Trump Places 3 Bets (One a Long Shot)

News Analysis: Reimposing Iran Sanctions, Trump Places 3 Bets (One a Long Shot)

“We want to restore democracy” in Iran, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said last week, walking to the edge of declaring that regime change is the goal.
A Familiar Force Nurtures Trump’s Instincts on Immigration: Stephen Miller

A Familiar Force Nurtures Trump’s Instincts on Immigration: Stephen Miller

In President Trump’s world, no one has merged policy details and politics more forcefully than Stephen Miller, his chief policy adviser.
‘Big-City Rapper’ vs. Weak on Health Care: How a Tossup Race Captures the Forces Driving the Midterms

‘Big-City Rapper’ vs. Weak on Health Care: How a Tossup Race Captures the Forces Driving the Midterms

Antonio Delgado, at a town hall in Hyde Park, N.Y., on Friday, has raised more than $5 million since July in his bid to unseat Representative John Faso.
Nancy Pelosi: Demonized or Celebrated, She Refuses to Agonize

Nancy Pelosi: Demonized or Celebrated, She Refuses to Agonize

Nancy Pelosi, the House Democratic leader and former speaker, is the highest-ranking woman in American politics and American political history.
Vote, Vote, Vote!

Vote, Vote, Vote!

Voters filled in their ballots on Sunday during early voting at the Hamilton County Board of Elections in Cincinnati.
Trump’s America: Aggrieved and Adoring Voices From Inside the Presidential Bubble

Trump’s America: Aggrieved and Adoring Voices From Inside the Presidential Bubble

Karen Engwis, left, and Peggy O’Neill at a Trump rally in Belgrade, Mont. “People are so angry and so many terrible things are said, we want him to know how much we appreciate what he is doing for
Booksellers Protest Amazon Site’s Move to Drop Stores From Certain Countries

Booksellers Protest Amazon Site’s Move to Drop Stores From Certain Countries

The Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association’s book fair in 2013 in London. It said it was dropping AbeBooks as a sponsor of its 2019 book fair.
Lelisa Desisa Wins the New York City Marathon in the Last Miles

Lelisa Desisa Wins the New York City Marathon in the Last Miles

Lelisa Desisa won in 2:05:59, after jockeying for much of the race with last year’s winner, Geoffrey Kamworor, who finished third.