Students Lead Huge Rallies for Gun Control Across the U.S.
Naomi Wadler, 11, captivated her audience as she declared “Never again!” on behalf of black women and girls who have been the victims of gun violence.
March for Our Lives Highlights: Students Protesting Guns Say ‘Enough Is Enough’
Participants in New York City walking through Columbus Circle on Saturday.
Demonstrators Who Brought Guns and an Opposing Message: ‘Shoot Back’
Demonstrators at a gun rights rally in Salt Lake City on Saturday. It was one of several such counterdemonstrations across the country as hundreds of thousands marched in support of gun control.
For Parkland Students, a Surreal Journey From ‘Normal’ to a Worldwide March
From left, Adam Hostig, 15, Josh Funk, 16, and Zach Cooper, 16, all sophomores at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, at the March for Our Lives in Washington on Saturday.
At Rallies, Students With a Different View of Gun Violence: As Urban Reality
Carrie Zaremba, left, Destini Philpot and Steve Sias, students from Baltimore, attended the March for Our Lives rally in Washington on Saturday.
News Analysis: ‘America First’ Bears a New Threat: Military Force
The incoming national security adviser, John R. Bolton, vowed that he would find ways to execute the policies that President Trump was elected on, but that he would not tolerate slow-walking and leaks from bureaucrats he dismissed as “munchkins.”
As Ties With Mexico Fray, Kushner Works Quietly to Mend Them
At the heart of Jared Kushner’s involvement with Mexico is the relationship he has cultivated with a close adviser to President Enrique Peña Nieto.
After Another Week of Chaos, Trump Repairs to Palm Beach. No One Knows What Comes Next.
President Trump spoke to reporters at the White House on Thursday.
How Calls for Privacy May Upend Business for Facebook and Google
The recent revelation that the voter profiling company Cambridge Analytica harvested data from 50 million Facebook users has raised an uproar over the digital business model of consumers giving up their data for free services.
Timeline: Facebook and Google Under Regulators’ Glare
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's chief executive, speaking in Barcelona, Spain, on the eve of the Mobile World Congress there last year. In May, the European Union will put into effect the General Data Protection Regulation, a comprehensive privacy law.
Globalization’s Backlash Is Here, at Just the Wrong Time
President Trump announced the tariffs in the Diplomatic Room of the White House on Thursday.
What Bananas Tell Us About Trade Wars
The banana wars were spats that escalated, tariff by tariff, into a decades-long dispute between the United States and the European Union.
Trump’s Tariffs Keep Allies, Markets and Industry Guessing
“It’s the best we could do, sir,” Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday when questioned in the House about the piecemeal tariff exemption process for American companies that use imported aluminum or steel.
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Opinion: Stop Shielding Gun Makers
A molten hot pistol at the Smith & Wesson factory in Springfield, Mass., in 2006.
Opinion: We’re All in the Ghetto Now
Protesters gathered outside a fund-raiser attended by President Trump in Beverly Hills.
Opinion: Are You Really in Love if It’s Not on Instagram?
Op-Ed Columnist: Bolt the Oval Against Bolton
Maybe President Trump, a determined critic of the Iraq war, is so bewitched by John Bolton’s mustache that he’s missed Mr. Bolton’s undying support for the invasion.
Op-Ed Contributor: After the March, Follow This Gun Reform Battle Plan
Young people walked out of school nationwide to protest gun violence on March 14. In Washington, they marched to Capitol Hill.
Opinion: Don’t Delete Facebook. Do Something About It.
Opinion: Francis, the Anti-Strongman
Opinion: Stop Asking About My Kid’s College Plans
Highlights for a March Weekend From Opinion
Students gathered at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan on March 14, one month after the school shooting in Parkland, Fla.
Justice Dept. Revives Push to Mandate a Way to Unlock Phones
“I’m confident that by working together and finding similar areas to agree and compromise, we can come up with solutions to the ‘going dark’ problem,” the F.B.I. director, Christopher A. Wray, said at a conference in Boston this month, referring to encryption that thwarts investigators.
A Top Candidate for New York Fed’s Leader: San Francisco’s
John C. Williams, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, is a top candidate to lead the New York Fed.
Transgender Workers Gain New Protection Under Court Ruling
Aimee Stephens, the employee at the center of the court case, said she had been shocked by her dismissal from a funeral home. “I had a hard time believing that a company or a person could get away with firing me because I was transgender,” Ms. Stephens said. “It didn’t seem right.”
Iowa Family Died of Toxic Gases in Mexican Condo, Authorities Say
Amy Sharp, her husband, Kevin, and their children, Sterling and Adrianna, were found dead in a condominium in Mexico on Friday.
Michel Temer, Brazil’s Deeply Unpopular President, Signals Run for a New Term
“I’m proud of what I’ve done,” said President Michel Temer of Brazil. “I’ve fixed a country that was broken.”
Loyola-Chicago Is in the Final Four After a Rout of Kansas State
Loyola’s Marques Townes made a shot late in the game that helped assure there would be no comeback by Kansas State. Loyola of Chicago will make its first appearance in the men’s Final Four since 1963.
Stormy Daniels, Trump’s Unlikely Foe, Is ‘Not Someone to Be Underestimated’
Stephanie Clifford, a pornographic film star known as Stormy Daniels, says she had an affair with Donald J. Trump. To many in the capital, she has become an unexpected force, but those who know her view the moment differently.
Drilling in ‘Australia’s Galápagos’ Raises Hopes of Jobs and Fears of Spill
The Great Australian Bight is a marine environment renowned for its sea life, including southern Bluefin tuna. It also sits on rich natural gas deposits.
The Saturday Profile: Shining a Cleansing Light on China’s Dark Secrets
The Chinese historian Shen Zhihua, who has an impeccable Communist Party pedigree, argues that the party need not fear being challenged about its past.
Young Migrants’ Return to Mexico Is More ‘Exile’ Than Homecoming
Lalo Aguilar waiting to offer assistance to recent deportees at Mexico City’s international airport this month. In 2012, after living nearly his entire life as an undocumented immigrant in Utah, he was deported to Mexico.
This Woman Makes a Living Destroying Jeans and Fixing Houses
Jamie Haller in the living room of a Victorian house she is renovating.
Landon Donovan’s Continuing Education
Landon Donovan signed with the Mexican club León in January, eager to forge a new kind of relationship with the country.
What to Pack for 36 Hours in Memphis
Beale Street Landing, near the Mississippi River.
Your Money Adviser: Why Driving Fewer Miles May Not Lead to Lower Auto Premiums
Playlist: The Playlist: Shawn Mendes Shows His Scars, and 9 More New Songs
Shawn Mendes is slated to release his third album sometime this year.
11 Great Titles Expiring From Netflix in April
Hugh Jackman in “The Prestige,” left, and Michelle Pfeiffer in “Batman Returns.”
Tech Fix: How to Protect Yourself (and Your Friends) on Facebook
A voter-profiling company was able to harvest data of 50 million Facebook profiles even though only about 270,000 users agreed to hand over their information. So maybe now is a good time to check your privacy settings and take a few other steps to safeguard your data.
Siri, Alexa and That Google Gal Will Get You Only So Far
K.D. Lang Doesn’t Have to Indulge Your Constant Cravings
K.D. Lang at her home.
Nonfiction: Why ‘Tomorrow Will Be Different’ for the Transgender Community
On Dessert: A Simple Lemon Tart With Sensuous Surprises
An exuberant filling uses every bit of the fruit except the seeds.
Review: ‘Trust’ Is Flashy but Ephemeral
Donald Sutherland, as the industrialist J. Paul Getty in “Trust,” with Amanda Drew.
Wheels: Speakers Might Be the Next Thing in Your Car to Go the Way of the 8-Track
A Mercedes-Benz C-Class outfitted with Continental’s Ac2ated Sound system, which uses transducers to vibrate a car’s interior parts to create sound, instead of using traditional speakers.
Gary Lincoff, 75, Dies; Spread the Joy of Mushrooms Far and Wide
The mycologist Gary Lincoff pointed out a resinous polypore fungus in Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx on a mushroom foray in 2011.
Why Outer Suburbs in the East and Midwest Have Stopped Booming
Many counties, including rich ones, are aging and experiencing more deaths than births, without growth through immigration or migration.
Trilobites: What Makes Some Hair Curly? Not Quite What Scientists Thought
Merino sheep on a farm in Alexandra, New Zealand. Scientists found that differences in the cells on a hair explain a sheep’s curls, and may offer insights for other mammals, like us.