Shooting Reported at High School in Santa Clarita, California
Police officers were responding to Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, north of Los Angeles.
Family to Get $10 Million After Death of Man Left in Jail Cell With a Broken Neck
An Oklahoma county agreed to pay the estate of Elliott Williams, whose complaints were ignored by members of the detention and medical staff for five days.
Highways on Fire. Semesters Cut Short. A Recession. Can Hong Kong Heal?
Months of antigovernment protests and increasingly violent clashes with the police have upended daily life in the global financial hub, with the potential to alter the city’s character.
Compelling Testimony, but No Minds Changed So Far
Republicans avoided a committee brawl and dismissed the hearing, while Democrats said they were just getting started.
Budget for Christmas and Save Money on All Your Presents This Year
Christmas shopping can drive even the best savers into debt. Here’s a plan to save, and the best way to spend.
How to Do 2 Simple Magic Tricks — and Why You Should Learn Them
You don’t have to be a wizard to do magic tricks. The secrets are simple, and anyone can learn them. Here are two easy tricks you can master today.
Cal State Chancellor Talks Public Education
Thursday: A conversation about the California State University’s role. Also: A profile of the notable Californian Tom Hanks.
Smith & Wesson Maker to Split Into Two Companies
American Outdoor Brands said it would separate its firearms business into a publicly traded company.
Apple’s Reach Reshapes Medical Research
The company’s tools enable researchers to track huge numbers of people. But doctors do not yet know if it will significantly improve health outcomes.
How an Early 20th-Century English Guild Is Inspiring a New Generation
The Omega Workshops blurred the boundaries between visual and decorative art. Now, it’s become totemic for a cadre of contemporary designers.
ISIS Suspect Trapped at Turkish-Greek Border Is to Be Deported to U.S.
Turkey said it had received assurances from Washington that the American, whose fate had been in limbo, would not be refused entry.
Deval Patrick Joins the 2020 Race: ‘This Won’t Be Easy, and It Shouldn’t Be’
Mr. Patrick, the former Massachusetts governor, is entering the Democratic primary with less than three months to go before the Iowa caucuses.
As Kentucky Rechecks Votes, Many Are Ready to Move On. The Governor Is Not.
A recanvass is expected to preserve a Democratic challenger’s narrow victory. Will Matt Bevin concede?
County Clerks Revolt Over N.Y. Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants
A handful of clerks say they will refuse to grant driver’s licenses, heading for a political clash when the law takes effect next month.
A Public Hearing, and a Feud Over Ukraine
In the first televised testimony in the impeachment inquiry, top diplomats detailed how a politically motivated foreign policy threatened the fate of an ally.
Erdogan Hands ‘Tough Guy’ Letter Back to Trump
The Turkish leader, who is visiting Washington, said he had returned the president’s message over a military incursion into Syria.
Our Schools Can’t Solve the Problems of Our Rigid Workweek
Parents need better options for after-school care, but longer school days may not be the answer.
Will the Trump Impeachment Hearings Become a Circus?
After Wednesday, some would say they already have.
On the Frontlines of Progressive Anti-Semitism
I am a young, gay, left-wing Jew. Yet I am called an “apartheid-enabler,” a “baby killer” and a “colonial apologist.”
Michael Bloomberg Has a History of Demeaning Comments About Women
As he prepares a presidential run, Mr. Bloomberg’s crude remarks are likely to draw scrutiny. His team issued a statement saying that some of them were “disrespectful and wrong.”
How Republicans Are Losing the Suburbs
Democrats have overtaken their rivals in many counties around New York City, in a reversal of the historical norm.
Your Thursday Briefing
Impeachment, Deval Patrick, Venice Flooding: Here’s what you need to know.
Warren Wealth Tax Could Slow Economy, Early Analysis Finds
A preliminary projection of Senator Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth tax said a drop in investment by the richest Americans would crimp growth.
‘Baby Shark’ Devoured Your Brain. Your Wallet Is Harder to Swallow.
A new concert tour, “Baby Shark Live!,” is an attempt to wring real money out of a video with 3.9 billion streams.
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