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Trump Wants to Turn the Safety Net Into a Trap

Trump Wants to Turn the Safety Net Into a Trap

Under a new administration proposal, permanent residency could be denied to legal immigrants who have received government assistance.
Personal Journeys: California’s Highway 1, With Memory Riding Shotgun

Personal Journeys: California’s Highway 1, With Memory Riding Shotgun

Bixby Bridge on California State Route 1, also known as Highway 1.
Biden Is Preparing for 2020. Can He Overcome the Hill-Thomas Hearings?

Biden Is Preparing for 2020. Can He Overcome the Hill-Thomas Hearings?

Joseph R. Biden Jr., the former vice president, spoke at a Rhode Island Democratic Party rally in Providence on Sunday.
The Father-Son Duo Defining Parisian Tastes

The Father-Son Duo Defining Parisian Tastes

Pierre (left) and Jean Touitou in Jean’s Paris apartment. Behind them is a work by the German artist Wolfram Ullrich. “I have nothing fancy, but these are pieces that talk to me,” Jean says of his art
I.R.S. Tax Fraud Cases Plummet After Budget Cuts

I.R.S. Tax Fraud Cases Plummet After Budget Cuts

The Internal Revenue Service headquarters in Washington. The agency’s budget has been repeatedly cut since 2011, forcing it to reduce its enforcement staff by a third.
A Protest Singer Finds Her Voice in Vietnam’s Police State

A Protest Singer Finds Her Voice in Vietnam’s Police State

Mai Khoi performing at the Oslo Freedom Forum in Norway in May. Once a conventional pop star, she now challenges Vietnam’s one-party system.
From Orwell to ‘Little Mermaid,’ Kuwait Steps Up Book Banning

From Orwell to ‘Little Mermaid,’ Kuwait Steps Up Book Banning

Books were hung from a palm tree in Kuwait City on Saturday to protest official censorship.
‘So Much Pain’: A Police Family, Forever Changed by the Las Vegas Mass Shooting

‘So Much Pain’: A Police Family, Forever Changed by the Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Detective Casey Clarkson was wounded in last year’s mass shooting in Las Vegas.
On Washington: How Jeff Flake May Have Saved Republicans From Themselves

On Washington: How Jeff Flake May Have Saved Republicans From Themselves

Senator Jeff Flake, Republican of Arizona, on Friday, the day he forced an investigation into the sexual assault allegations against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh.
Both Sides Claim Victory in Macedonia’s Vote on Changing Its Name

Both Sides Claim Victory in Macedonia’s Vote on Changing Its Name

Voting on Sunday in Skopje, Macedonia, in a referendum on renaming the country in a bid to unlock its path to joining NATO and the European Union and settle a long-running dispute with Greece.
Sports of The Times: For David Wright and Mets Fans, One Last Night to Remember

Sports of The Times: For David Wright and Mets Fans, One Last Night to Remember

David Wright was showered with adulation during his final game at Citi Field on Saturday.
Justice Department Sues to Stop California Net Neutrality Law

Justice Department Sues to Stop California Net Neutrality Law

Gov. Jerry Brown of California has been a forceful opponent to many of President Trump’s actions, including immigration and environmental deregulation.