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What’s Life Like as a Student at U.S.C.? Depends on the Size of the Bank Account

What’s Life Like as a Student at U.S.C.? Depends on the Size of the Bank Account

“I have met these rich kids who have so much that I can’t comprehend, doing things that I can’t fathom,” said Oliver Bentley, a sophomore at the University of Southern California.
Tech Fix: Apple AirPods Review: The Perfect Earbuds, Except They Don’t Last

Tech Fix: Apple AirPods Review: The Perfect Earbuds, Except They Don’t Last

Apple's AirPods cost about $160, or $200 for a version with a special case, like this one, that can be charged wirelessly.
Trump’s Takeover of the Republican Party Is Almost Complete

Trump’s Takeover of the Republican Party Is Almost Complete

Supporters of President Trump at a rally in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Thursday. The Trump campaign has helped install allies in every state important to the 2020 race.
Plan a Careful Budget, Then Get Ready to Splurge

Plan a Careful Budget, Then Get Ready to Splurge

Farryn Truen made sacrifices on some aspects of her trip to India so she could splurge and hire a private driver. She and her husband wanted to see the country up close and at their own pace.
Egypt’s Soap Opera Clampdown Extends el-Sisi’s Iron Grip to TV

Egypt’s Soap Opera Clampdown Extends el-Sisi’s Iron Grip to TV

Teenagers watching television at home in Alwasata, south of Cairo. Every year during Ramadan, Egyptians crowd around their televisions to gorge on big-budget mini-series.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Gloats as Trump Retreats on Health Care

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Gloats as Trump Retreats on Health Care

Stephen Colbert crowed about Republicans’ inability to come up with a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act.

The Night Fox News and Trump Became One

When Sean Hannity of Fox News appeared onstage at a rally with President Trump — and called the press corps “fake news” from the podium — it was the culmination of the network’s shift from its “fair
Carlos Ghosn, Embattled Former Nissan Chief, Is on Twitter

Carlos Ghosn, Embattled Former Nissan Chief, Is on Twitter

Carlos Ghosn, the former Nissan chairman, in Tokyo last month, days after his release on bail.
‘Game of Thrones’: 9 Questions for the Final Season

‘Game of Thrones’: 9 Questions for the Final Season

Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington as Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow.

The Wild Inspirations for ‘Killing Eve’

What TV’s most entertaining murder show learned from a YouTube video, a podcast, an ad and the Coen brothers.
Japan Stumbles as China’s Growth Engine Slows

Japan Stumbles as China’s Growth Engine Slows

Crowded crosswalks in Toyko. Japan seemed to have put years of stagnant growth behind it, but a new slowdown raises questions about the effectiveness of “Abenomics.”
Najib Razak, Malaysian Leader Toppled in 1MDB Scandal, Faces First Graft Trial

Najib Razak, Malaysian Leader Toppled in 1MDB Scandal, Faces First Graft Trial

Former Prime Minister Najib Razak arriving at a courthouse in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Wednesday. He could be sent to prison for decades.
On Soccer: A Gleaming Stadium Opens With a Question: Is There Room for Everyone?

On Soccer: A Gleaming Stadium Opens With a Question: Is There Room for Everyone?

Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium, which will host its first Premier League match on Wednesday, dwarfs its neighbors.
Brexit, Algeria, Venezuela: Your Wednesday Briefing

Brexit, Algeria, Venezuela: Your Wednesday Briefing

Prime Minister Theresa May speaking in London on Tuesday after leading a daylong meeting of the cabinet.
She Wears a Head Scarf. Is Quebec Derailing Her Career?

She Wears a Head Scarf. Is Quebec Derailing Her Career?

“What right does the Quebec government have to stop my career?” Maha Kassef, 35, an elementary school teacher, said of a proposed law on the display of religious symbols.
There Are Probably Cameras on Your Flight, but Relax, They’re Not On (Yet)

There Are Probably Cameras on Your Flight, but Relax, They’re Not On (Yet)

Vitaly Kamluk, a cybersecurity and malware expert, stirred attention on Twitter in February, including from two senators, after querying Singapore Airlines about what looked like a camera in the seat
Venezuela Strips Opposition Leader of Immunity

Venezuela Strips Opposition Leader of Immunity

The opposition leader Juan Guaidó on Tuesday. A body installed by President Nicolas Maduro voted to strip Mr. Guaidó of parliamentary immunity, clearing the way for his potential arrest.
Keeping Score: Ronald Acuna Jr. Is a $100 Million Bargain

Keeping Score: Ronald Acuna Jr. Is a $100 Million Bargain

Accounting for team options in his new contract extension, Ronald Acuna Jr. will most likely be with the Atlanta Braves until he is 30.