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As Trade War Intensifies, China Moves to Bolster Its Economy

As Trade War Intensifies, China Moves to Bolster Its Economy

A construction worker in Chengdu, China. The country’s Finance Ministry is helping deeply indebted local governments borrow far more money this fall so they can restart stalled infrastructure
Top C.E.O.s Denounce Trump Immigration Policy as Threat to U.S. Economy

Top C.E.O.s Denounce Trump Immigration Policy as Threat to U.S. Economy

Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive, was among dozens of business leaders who signed a letter complaining that the Trump administration’s immigration policies were hurting the economy.
Amazon Tribe Never Seen by Outsiders Is Spotted by Drone

Amazon Tribe Never Seen by Outsiders Is Spotted by Drone

An aerial view of a thatched hut in Vale do Javari, Amazonas state, Brazil.
The Camaraderie of the Long-Distance Relay Runner

The Camaraderie of the Long-Distance Relay Runner

Relay team members exchange timers at the 2018 Shamrock Marathon in Virginia Beach.
Alice Dunnigan, First Black Woman to Cover White House, Will Get Statue at Newseum

Alice Dunnigan, First Black Woman to Cover White House, Will Get Statue at Newseum

A sculpture of Alice Allison Dunnigan, modeled on this 1947 photograph of her outside the Capitol, will honor her with a 6-foot bronze statue at the Newseum, a museum in Washington dedicated to the
Fox News Draws Rebuke From Poland Over ‘Polish Death Camp’ Reference

Fox News Draws Rebuke From Poland Over ‘Polish Death Camp’ Reference

The Fox News program “Fox & Friends” used the phrase “Polish death camps” in text on screen before correcting its terminology online.
Hawaii Braces for a Rare Encounter With a Hurricane

Hawaii Braces for a Rare Encounter With a Hurricane

Flooding in Hilo, Hawaii, where the outer bands of Hurricane Lane dumped several inches of rain on Thursday.
The Week in Good News: Dementia Treatment, a Young Fly-Casting Champion, Two Lost Goats

The Week in Good News: Dementia Treatment, a Young Fly-Casting Champion, Two Lost Goats

Catharina Post and her husband, Jan, viewing a projection of a tram stop in the Amstelring Leo Polak care center in Amsterdam.
Reality Winner, Former N.S.A. Translator, Gets More Than 5 Years in Leak of Russian Hacking Report

Reality Winner, Former N.S.A. Translator, Gets More Than 5 Years in Leak of Russian Hacking Report

Reality Winner received the longest sentence ever imposed in federal court for an unauthorized release of government information to the media, prosecutors said.
When Fear of Strangers Is Fatal

When Fear of Strangers Is Fatal

Sangeeta Bhosale mourning the death of her family members who were killed in a mob attack in July on suspicion of being part of a child-kidnapping gang at Rainpada Village in Dhule, India.
How College Basketball’s Rule Changes Could Backfire

How College Basketball’s Rule Changes Could Backfire

An N.C.A.A. Final Four basketball game in San Antonio in April.
Hidden Wounds of Yemen’s War

Hidden Wounds of Yemen’s War

A building in Yemen, with protest graffiti painted by the artist Thiyazen Al-Aalawi, that was destroyed allegedly by a Saudi-led airstrike.
Betsy DeVos Eyes Federal Education Grants to Put Guns in Schools

Betsy DeVos Eyes Federal Education Grants to Put Guns in Schools

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks to students during a listening session on school issues at the White House in April.
Manafort Jury Holdout Blocked Guilty Verdicts on 10 of 18 Charges, Juror Says

Manafort Jury Holdout Blocked Guilty Verdicts on 10 of 18 Charges, Juror Says

The jury in the Paul Manafort trial found him guilty on eight of 18 charges. But 11 of the 12 jurors believed he was guilty on the 10 remaining charges, Paula Duncan, a juror, said.
Attempted Hacking of Voter Database Was a False Alarm, Democratic Party Says

Attempted Hacking of Voter Database Was a False Alarm, Democratic Party Says

Voters cast their ballots for a primary election in Kansas City in August. Political groups and systems administrators have been on high alert for hacking attempts ahead of the midterm elections in
Profile: In ‘Small Fry,’ Steve Jobs Comes Across as a Jerk. His Daughter Forgives Him. Should We?

Profile: In ‘Small Fry,’ Steve Jobs Comes Across as a Jerk. His Daughter Forgives Him. Should We?

What Lisa Brennan-Jobs wants readers to know is this: Steve Jobs rejected his daughter for years, but that daughter has absolved him.
Trump Denounces Justice Dept. as Investigations Swirl Around Him

Trump Denounces Justice Dept. as Investigations Swirl Around Him

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that as long as he was the attorney general, he would not be influenced by politics.