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How Le Corbusier Became Big in Japan

How Le Corbusier Became Big in Japan

The only building Le Corbusier designed in all of East Asia is the unassuming National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo, completed in 1959.
China’s Challenge Is America’s Opportunity

China’s Challenge Is America’s Opportunity

Technicians testing equipment at Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment Inc. in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province of China.
Tech We’re Using: Why ‘Fred’ Is the Best Friend of Economics Writers

Tech We’re Using: Why ‘Fred’ Is the Best Friend of Economics Writers

Neil Irwin, a senior economics correspondent, at home in Washington. “I tend to be a late adopter of new tools, intentionally,” he said.
‘End Family Fire’ Campaign Hopes to Combat Accidental Child Gun Deaths

‘End Family Fire’ Campaign Hopes to Combat Accidental Child Gun Deaths

An image from the campaign, which hopes to educate the public on the importance of safe firearm storage.
A Guide to Covering the Manafort Trial

A Guide to Covering the Manafort Trial

Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, arriving at the federal courthouse in Alexandria, Va., with his wife, Kathleen, for his arraignment hearing in March.
President Iván Duque, Protect Social Activists

President Iván Duque, Protect Social Activists

A sign reading “Not one more death” during a protest in Bogotá, Colombia, in July against the killing of social activists.
Common Sense: Did Elon Musk Violate Securities Laws With Tweet About Taking Tesla Private?

Common Sense: Did Elon Musk Violate Securities Laws With Tweet About Taking Tesla Private?

Elon Musk, right. Experts are questioning Mr. Musk’s statement on Twitter that he had secured the financing needed to take the carmaker Tesla private at a price of $420 a share.
Stacy Keach Had a Heart Attack Onstage. Now, the Show Goes On.

Stacy Keach Had a Heart Attack Onstage. Now, the Show Goes On.

Stacy Keach at the Goodman Theater in Chicago, where he is starring in “Pamplona,” a play that had an abortive run in 2017.
At Edinburgh Fringe, a Spotlight on Mental Health

At Edinburgh Fringe, a Spotlight on Mental Health

Josie Underwood performing in “A Clown Show About Rain” at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. “I think it’s been therapeutic” she said of doing a show about mental health.
Australian Drug Maker Has Low Profile but Powerful Backers in Washington

Australian Drug Maker Has Low Profile but Powerful Backers in Washington

Representative Tom Price, the nominee to be secretary of health and human services, purchased shares of Innate Immunotherapeutics four times in 2015 and 2016.
Postcards from Saratoga Springs: A White Face, a Blue Eye and a Bright Future

Postcards from Saratoga Springs: A White Face, a Blue Eye and a Bright Future

The distinctive colt Southern Phantom at Saratoga Race Course last week.
New York Congressman Chris Collins Is Charged With Insider Trading

New York Congressman Chris Collins Is Charged With Insider Trading

Representative Chris Collins, second from left, outside the federal courthouse in Manhattan after pleading not guilty to insider trading charges on Wednesday.
Tornadoes on the East Coast May Be a Sign of Things to Come

Tornadoes on the East Coast May Be a Sign of Things to Come

Debris cluttered Betty and Tom Therrien’s yard after a tornado swept through the area near Douglas, Mass., last month.
Republicans Gird for House Battle as Ohio and Kansas Races Remain Close

Republicans Gird for House Battle as Ohio and Kansas Races Remain Close

After a long night of waiting for results, Kansas gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach told supporters the election was too close to call early Wednesday.
Final Suspect Arrested in Killing of XXXTentacion

Final Suspect Arrested in Killing of XXXTentacion

All four suspects indicted in the killing of the rising rapper XXXTentacion are now in custody.
Germany Reaches Deal With Spain to Return Refugees

Germany Reaches Deal With Spain to Return Refugees

Migrants rescued at sea waiting to be transferred at the harbor of Algeciras, Spain, this month. Over 23,000 asylum-seekers entered Spain in the first eight months of this year, according to the
Left Homeless by Indonesia Quake, and Begging Passers-By for Help

Left Homeless by Indonesia Quake, and Begging Passers-By for Help

Walking through Pemenang, Indonesia, on Wednesday, three days after an earthquake struck the island of Lombok.