Nonfiction: What We Can Learn From Women Who Break the Rules

In “Trainwreck,” Sady Doyle writes about the women “we love to hate, mock and fear.”

Venezuela Crises Compound as Oil Industry Falls Into Disarray

Oil accounts for half the government’s revenues, but profits have evaporated amid a drop in global prices, forcing Venezuela to seek help from a nemesis: the United States.

G.M. and Union Avoid Strike by 3,900 Canadian Workers

The action focused on two car production lines in Ontario, but it was a battleground for an entire country struggling to revive its manufacturing base.

Elder Bush Plans to Vote for Hillary Clinton, a Kennedy Says

Robert F. Kennedy’s eldest daughter, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, said the 41st president plans to vote Democratic in the presidential election.

Chelsea Residents Grapple With a Close Call in Their Neighborhood

The uncertainty that followed on Saturday night has persisted days later, as many questions about the motives and location have remained unanswered.

Who Is Ahmad Khan Rahami?

Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, was arrested in connection with explosions in New York and New Jersey over the weekend. Neighbors described him as a friendly car enthusiast and were surprised by the arrest.

The 75-Year-Old Arm Wrestler

Norm Devio is still pulling ahead of competitors who are twice his size and half his age.

Helicopter Video of Tulsa Police Shooting

Footage from a police helicopter shows Tulsa officers approaching Terence Crutcher with guns drawn. One officer shot him. This video contains graphic violence.

U.S. Signals Backing for Self-Driving Cars

New federal guidelines make it clear that, while the government will provide oversight, it wants to encourage the development of autonomous vehicles.

How Pop Culture Wore Out Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’

Mr. Cohen’s hymnlike 1984 song has become shorthand for Big Emotional Moment everywhere from “Shrek” to the Emmys.


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