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‘The Whole World Is Watching’: The 1968 Democratic Convention, 50 Years Later

‘The Whole World Is Watching’: The 1968 Democratic Convention, 50 Years Later

Protesters clashed with National Guard members outside the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago in August 1968.
Feeling Suicidal, Students Turned to Their College. They Were Told to Go Home.

Feeling Suicidal, Students Turned to Their College. They Were Told to Go Home.

Harrison Fowler is part of a class-action lawsuit accusing Stanford of discriminating against students with mental health issues by pressuring them into taking leaves of absence.
Meet Peter Polansky, Tennis’s Luckiest Loser

Meet Peter Polansky, Tennis’s Luckiest Loser

Peter Polansky took a roundabout way into the draw at all four Grand Slams this year.
In Transit: Airport Meals That Are, Yes, Healthy

In Transit: Airport Meals That Are, Yes, Healthy

Gavi, an Italian restaurant at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, is one of the airport restaurants offering healthy alternatives to the usual fast-food fare.
Arizona and Florida Have Primaries Today. Here’s What to Watch.

Arizona and Florida Have Primaries Today. Here’s What to Watch.

Representative Martha McSally is one of three candidates in Arizona's Republican primary for Senate.
This Commuter Bus Took Nearly 3 Hours to Get to Manhattan. It Was the Express.

This Commuter Bus Took Nearly 3 Hours to Get to Manhattan. It Was the Express.

The X17 express bus crossed the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge on its way from Staten Island to Manhattan in early August.
The Gender Divide in Preschoolers’ Closets

The Gender Divide in Preschoolers’ Closets

The author isn’t enlisting in the color war over kids’ clothes — she dresses her son and daughter in choices that challenge gender stereotypes.
How to Tame Health Care Spending? Look for One-Percent Solutions

How to Tame Health Care Spending? Look for One-Percent Solutions

Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center in Manhattan, one of the hospitals that Medicare classifies as a “long-term care hospital.”
Ethan Hawke Is Still Taking Ethan Hawke Extremely Seriously

Ethan Hawke Is Still Taking Ethan Hawke Extremely Seriously

He long ago vowed to do whatever it took to make good art on his own terms, no matter what anyone said.
Australia Sends Migrants Found in Crocodile-Infested Waters to Detention

Australia Sends Migrants Found in Crocodile-Infested Waters to Detention

A boat carrying 17 migrants ran aground in Queensland, Australia, on Sunday. Those aboard waded through dangerous waters before being picked up by fishermen and the authorities.
As Sears Withers, Its Former Stores Fuel a New Fortune

As Sears Withers, Its Former Stores Fuel a New Fortune

Offices designed for the local tech industry are planned for a former Sears location in Santa Monica, Calif.
These Cultural Treasures Are Made of Plastic. Now They’re Falling Apart.

These Cultural Treasures Are Made of Plastic. Now They’re Falling Apart.

Dr. Odile Madden, of the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles, holding a piece of degrading plastic for use in trying out new methods of preservation.