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Trump Approach on Nafta Relieves Automakers’ Worst Fears

Trump Approach on Nafta Relieves Automakers’ Worst Fears

Volkswagen, which has a factory in Puebla, Mexico, could face a new tariff on some of its small cars under the prospective terms of a trade agreement between the United States and Mexico.
Lot-Line Window? Keep Your Fingers Crossed

Lot-Line Window? Keep Your Fingers Crossed

The owners of this Brooklyn townhouse installed a lot-line window in their kitchen, knowing that it will likely be blocked if a building goes up next door.

He’s a Doctor. To Syria’s Regime, He’s an Enemy.

Since the beginning of Syria’s civil war, the Assad government has targeted and killed hundreds of medical workers. Many have fled. This is the story of one doctor, Mohammed al-Bardan, who chose to
The Silence After the Hit-and-Run

The Silence After the Hit-and-Run

Bernadette Karna at the intersection where, in June 2016, she was hit by a vehicle and dragged 50 feet before the driver sped off.
Australia’s Catholic Leaders Reject Call to Report Sex Abuse Heard in Confessions

Australia’s Catholic Leaders Reject Call to Report Sex Abuse Heard in Confessions

St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Ballarat, Australia. The country’s Roman Catholic Church issued a lengthy response to a government inquiry finding widespread sexual abuse of children by priests.
He Knows His Way Around a Half-Butt (That’s Snooker Talk)

He Knows His Way Around a Half-Butt (That’s Snooker Talk)

The British playwright Richard Bean, at the New York Athletic Club’s billiards room. His latest work, “The Nap,” is all about snooker (which resembles pool).
Lens: Tenderly Photographing the End of Her Father’s Life

Lens: Tenderly Photographing the End of Her Father’s Life

Aly Shabaik, the photographer’s father, performed his morning routine at the bathroom sink on June 19, 2017.
Coca-Cola Bets on Coffee With $5.1 Billion Deal for Costa

Coca-Cola Bets on Coffee With $5.1 Billion Deal for Costa

A Costa coffee shop in London. The brand is the third largest in the industry, well behind Starbucks and just behind McDonald’s.
China’s State Media: Trump Tweets Come From an ‘Alternative Universe’

China’s State Media: Trump Tweets Come From an ‘Alternative Universe’

Until recently, Chinese state media had been reticent about personally criticizing President Trump.
Hacking a Prince, an Emir and a Journalist to Impress a Client

Hacking a Prince, an Emir and a Journalist to Impress a Client

Rulers of the United Arab Emirates have been using Israeli spyware for several years, leaked e-mails show.
Serena vs. Venus: 15 Chapters of Grand Slam Drama for the Williams Sisters

Serena vs. Venus: 15 Chapters of Grand Slam Drama for the Williams Sisters

Venus Williams, left, and her younger sister Serena Williams, right, after their second-round match at the 1998 Australian Open. It was their first meeting as professionals.
U.S. to End Funding to U.N. Agency That Helps Palestinian Refugees

U.S. to End Funding to U.N. Agency That Helps Palestinian Refugees

Residents of the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk, lined up to receive food supplies, in Damascus, Syria, in 2014.
‘Activists in Shackles’: Indians Denounce Arrests as Crackdown on Dissent

‘Activists in Shackles’: Indians Denounce Arrests as Crackdown on Dissent

The arrest of five prominent rights activists inspired protests in New Delhi on Thursday.
Chemnitz Protests Show New Strength of Germany’s Far Right

Chemnitz Protests Show New Strength of Germany’s Far Right

Benjamin Jahn Zschocke, a member of Pro Chemnitz, a nationalist group, described the clashes as a turning point for the country.

How Germany’s Far Right Stole a Rallying Cry for Democracy

Violent demonstrations against refugees have featured a chant that translates to English as “we are the people.”