For major corporations, shareholders used to be everything. No more. A coalition of executives representing some of America’s largest companies issued a statement on Monday that redefines “the purpose
WASHINGTON — The United States will allow American companies to continue doing business with Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications giant, for an additional 90 days, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said
(Here’s the sign-up, if you don’t already get California Today by email.) Last week, my colleague Dana Goldstein, who covers education, took a deep dive into the pitched debate around efforts to require
In the video Op-Ed above, three Chinese citizens whose parents disappeared demand their release from China’s “re-education camps.” The government is estimated to have detained over one million people.
What are we to make of Argentina’s surprise election results on Aug. 11, which jolted pollsters and analysts alike, and roiled the country’s financial markets? In the presidential primary for the country’s
NASHVILLE — Thursday was an ordinary day at my house. All my loved ones were safely in the places where they should be. The hallucinogenic heat of the past week had finally broken. My husband was healing
In the space of less than an hour, these were just a few of the terms of endearment lobbed from the dimly lit seats of the Festival Theater, one of the three venues that make up the Shaw Festival campus.
While the rest of America was roaring to jazz during the ’20s, in a small corner of the South, where back roads snake through early-morning mist and porches are used for melody-making as much as sitting
“THERE MIGHT BE no other place in the world as good as where I’m going to take you,” says Jonathan Anderson, with a final drag of his cigarette. We are standing on the vast stone steps of London’s Victoria
In many areas of health policy, the best of intentions can lead to more harm than good. Such is the case with America’s approach to alcohol and pregnancy. The best evidence shows that punitive policies
[Want to get New York Today by email? Here’s the sign-up.] Weather: Mostly sunny. The high should reach about 90, but it could feel like close to 100. Showers and thunderstorms are possible after 3 p.m.
(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) We’re covering China’s military buildup near Hong Kong, a deadly attack in Afghanistan, and the botched auction of a rare Porsche. A buildup of
More than a century after it was published, the article reads like slapstick comedy from the silent-movie era. It was May 1904. A street cleaner had inadvertently left a wrench beside a fire hydrant. a
Truckers blocked a highway in Kentucky last week in solidarity with coal miners who were protesting over wages that were left unpaid when a mining company abruptly shut down. The miners have been blocking
Avigail Rodriguez, a former Project Quest student, works in the emergency room at Metropolitan Methodist Hospital in San Antonio as a registered nurse. The training helped her nearly triple her wage. Zammiello,
PENNINGTON GAP, Va. — Years before there was an opioid epidemic in America, Sister Beth Davies knew it was coming. In the late 1990s, patient after patient addicted to a new prescription painkiller called