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How the Indonesia Earthquake Made Soil Flow Like Water

Entire neighborhoods have been devastated in and around Palu. Part of the damage is the effect of liquefaction, which causes soil to lose its ability to support structures.
The Rules of the Workplace, Then and Now

The Rules of the Workplace, Then and Now

Attendees at the New Rules Summit gathered around a TV last week to watch Christine Blasey Ford testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Removing the Barriers for Women Around the Globe

Removing the Barriers for Women Around the Globe

Melinda Gates of the Gates Foundation with The Times opinion columnist Nicholas Kristof at the summit. “If you invest in a woman, she invests in everyone else around her,” she said.
A New Front in the Kavanaugh Wars: Temperament and Honesty

A New Front in the Kavanaugh Wars: Temperament and Honesty

The accusations by Christine Blasey Ford and other women may not be enough to swing the votes of undecided senators.
Breakthrough Leukemia Treatment Backfires in a Rare Case

Breakthrough Leukemia Treatment Backfires in a Rare Case

A colored scanning electron microscope image of a leukemia cell, red, being attacked by a CAR-T cell. CAR-T gene therapy programs a person’s immune system to attack cancer cells. But in one case, the
Save Us, Texas

Save Us, Texas

Beto O'Rourke, right, with Willie Nelson at a rally in Austin, Tex., on Saturday. Mr. O'Rourke, a Democratic congressman, has been running a competitive race against Senator Ted Cruz.
Unraveling a Tesla Mystery: Lots (and Lots) of Parked Cars

Unraveling a Tesla Mystery: Lots (and Lots) of Parked Cars

An industrial site in Lathrop, Calif., east of San Francisco, where the self-appointed Shorty Air Force has identified a large collection of Tesla cars. This view was shot in late July.
DealBook: Diversify the Boardroom, Just Not Like California

DealBook: Diversify the Boardroom, Just Not Like California

Gov. Jerry Brown next to his wife, Anne Gust Brown, on Sunday. He acknowledged that “serious legal concerns have been raised” about a law he signed that day to force publicly held companies to include
A Year After Las Vegas Shooting, a ‘Survivor Wedding’ Takes Back the City

A Year After Las Vegas Shooting, a ‘Survivor Wedding’ Takes Back the City

Regina Harris and Billy Bob Mason, survivors of last year’s shooting, were married in Las Vegas on Monday.
In El Chapo’s Trial, Extraordinary Steps to Keep Witnesses Alive

In El Chapo’s Trial, Extraordinary Steps to Keep Witnesses Alive

Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the Mexican drug kingpin known as El Chapo, shown in 2014. Strict protective orders of witnesses are needed because Mr. Guzmán has a history of killing and kidnapping those who
Cancer Center’s Board Chairman Faults Top Doctor Over ‘Crossed Lines’

Cancer Center’s Board Chairman Faults Top Doctor Over ‘Crossed Lines’

From left, Douglas A. Warner III, Memorial Sloan Kettering’s board chairman; Dr. José Baselga, its former chief medical officer; and Dr. Craig B. Thompson, its chief executive, at its charity ball in
Toward a Smaller American Footprint on Okinawa

Toward a Smaller American Footprint on Okinawa

In August, the Okinawa prefectural government canceled its permission for landfill work for the construction of an American military facility.
Kavanaugh Was Questioned by Police After Bar Fight in 1985

Kavanaugh Was Questioned by Police After Bar Fight in 1985

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.

Jeff Flake Says Kavanaugh Probe Should Look at ‘Any Current, Credible Allegation’

The Republican senator, who forced a new F.B.I. investigation into accusations against the Supreme Court nominee, spoke in Boston.
The Angry White Male Caucus

The Angry White Male Caucus

Judge Brett Kavanaugh testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week.

Retro Report: For Private Prisons, Detaining Immigrants Is Big Business

A surging inmate population in the 1980s led to a boom in for-profit prisons. Today, privately run prisons have become the government’s default detention centers for undocumented migrants.