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With Few Wins in Congress, Republicans Agree on Need to Agree

With Few Wins in Congress, Republicans Agree on Need to Agree

Senator Jeff Flake, Republican of Arizona, at the Capitol on Wednesday. He expressed a hope for more bipartisan legislation after the fight to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
On Washington: Trump Fences Himself In With Border Wall Spending Threat

On Washington: Trump Fences Himself In With Border Wall Spending Threat

Past government shutdowns have proved unpopular, provoking a backlash from Americans who might not like the government much but seem to be even unhappier when it is not open for business.
Fair Game: Shut Down the Government, and This Time, Investors Will Care

Fair Game: Shut Down the Government, and This Time, Investors Will Care

If a government shutdown keeps Congress from meeting deadlines on the budget and the debt ceiling, investors may pay the price.
Trump Eyed ‘Far Higher’ Ratings in Pardoning Joe Arpaio as Hurricane Hit

Trump Eyed ‘Far Higher’ Ratings in Pardoning Joe Arpaio as Hurricane Hit

The president defended the timing of his pardon of the former Arizona sheriff who was convicted of his hard-line tactics against illegal immigration.
On Washington: Hurricane Harvey Shifts Political Winds in Washington

On Washington: Hurricane Harvey Shifts Political Winds in Washington

Cleaning out a damaged home on Wednesday in Houston. Recovery aid will be a key project for Washington.
Juicero, Start-Up With a $700 Juicer and Top Investors, Shuts Down

Juicero, Start-Up With a $700 Juicer and Top Investors, Shuts Down

Juicero devised an elaborate scheme to deliver small glasses of expensive cold pressed juice to kitchens around the country.
Juicero, Start-Up With a $700 Juicer and Top Investors, Shuts Down

Juicero, Start-Up With a $700 Juicer and Top Investors, Shuts Down

Juicero devised an elaborate scheme to deliver small glasses of expensive cold pressed juice to kitchens around the country.
The Cambodia Daily to Close (After Chasing One Last Big Story)

The Cambodia Daily to Close (After Chasing One Last Big Story)

Hannah Hawkins, left, an associate editor, and Ben Sokhean, a reporter, worked on the last regular issue of The Cambodia Daily on Thursday in Phnom Penh.
The Cambodia Daily to Close (After Chasing One Last Big Story)

The Cambodia Daily to Close (After Chasing One Last Big Story)

Hannah Hawkins, left, an associate editor, and Ben Sokhean, a reporter, worked on the last regular issue of The Cambodia Daily on Thursday in Phnom Penh.
Cambodia Charges Opposition Leader Kem Sokha With Treason

Cambodia Charges Opposition Leader Kem Sokha With Treason

Kem Sokha, the leader of the Cambodia National Rescue Party, in Phnom Penh in March. The United Nations rights chief, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, said he was concerned that Mr. Kem Sokha’s rights had been
Cambodia Charges Opposition Leader Kem Sokha With Treason

Cambodia Charges Opposition Leader Kem Sokha With Treason

Kem Sokha, the leader of the Cambodia National Rescue Party, in Phnom Penh in March. The United Nations rights chief, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, said he was concerned that Mr. Kem Sokha’s rights had been
China Bitcoin Exchange to Stop Trading Virtual Currencies Amid Crackdown

China Bitcoin Exchange to Stop Trading Virtual Currencies Amid Crackdown

An employee at the Bitmain farm that “mines” for Bitcoin. Chinese regulators have said they will halt exchange trading in the virtual currency.
China Bitcoin Exchange to Stop Trading Virtual Currencies Amid Crackdown

China Bitcoin Exchange to Stop Trading Virtual Currencies Amid Crackdown

An employee at the Bitmain farm that “mines” for Bitcoin. Chinese regulators have said they will halt exchange trading in the virtual currency.
Sears Canada to Shut Down, Leaving 12,000 Out of Work

Sears Canada to Shut Down, Leaving 12,000 Out of Work

A Sears store in Mississauga, Ontario. The company entered Canada in 1952 but had been in a downward spiral for at least three years.
Last Inmates Leave Tent City, a Remnant of Joe Arpaio

Last Inmates Leave Tent City, a Remnant of Joe Arpaio

Tent City, in Maricopa County, Ariz., was opened in 1993 to help save money and house a surging inmate population. It had the capacity to house 2,100 inmates, but it peaked at 1,700 inmates. For the
In China’s Coal Capital, Xi Jinping’s Dream Remains Elusive

In China’s Coal Capital, Xi Jinping’s Dream Remains Elusive

Solar panels outside the village of Xiaoyaotou, in the northern Chinese province of Shanxi, where the decline of coal has locals looking for new sources of income.
Finding My Rosie the Riveter

Finding My Rosie the Riveter

After working a 10-hour shift as a steelworker, Shannon Mulcahy looks at a bill she received in the mail while her boyfriend, Larry, holds her granddaughter, Carmella.
Finding My Rosie the Riveter

Finding My Rosie the Riveter

After working a 10-hour shift as a steelworker, Shannon Mulcahy looks at a bill she received in the mail while her boyfriend, Larry, holds her granddaughter, Carmella.