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Congress Wants to Force Trump's Hand on Human Rights in China and Beyond

Congress Wants to Force Trump's Hand on Human Rights in China and Beyond

By EDWARD WONG and CATIE EDMONDSON

Lawmakers aim to pass veto-proof legislation in 2020 that would punish China over its treatment of ethnic Uighur Muslims.

Stocks Are on the Verge of the Best Year Since 1997

Stocks Are on the Verge of the Best Year Since 1997

By EMILY FLITTER

Three Federal Reserve rate cuts and a rally in huge tech stocks like Apple have helped lift the S&P 500 by 29 percent so far in 2019.

Don Imus, Radio Host Who Pushed Boundaries, Dies at 79

Don Imus, Radio Host Who Pushed Boundaries, Dies at 79

By ROBERT D. McFADDEN

On the air, he was an irascible, confrontational growler who led pranks and parodies that could be tasteless, obscene and sometimes racist, sexist or homophobic.

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Editors' Picks

Prime Anchor: An Amazon Warehouse Town Dreams of a Better Life

Technology

Prime Anchor: An Amazon Warehouse Town Dreams of a Better Life

By DAVID STREITFELD

In Campbellsville, Ky., the tech giant's influences abound. The profits, not so much.

A Stirring of Conscience in the Senate

Opinion

A Stirring of Conscience in the Senate

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

At least one Republican, Lisa Murkowski, wants the Trump impeachment trial to be more than a test of party loyalty. Others should follow.

Opinion

Small Is the New Big Thing

Contributing Op-Ed Writer

Small Is the New Big Thing

By RUCHIR SHARMA

Economic forecasters got the 2010s wrong. What will the next decade bring?

The Secrets of Jewish Genius

The Secrets of Jewish Genius

By BRET STEPHENS

It's not about having higher I.Q.s.

The 'Infinity War' in the Streets of Hong Kong

The 'Infinity War' in the Streets of Hong Kong

By ROGER COHEN

The rise of China threatens the free world.

The Patriarchy of Alcoholics Anonymous

The Patriarchy of Alcoholics Anonymous

By Holly Whitaker

Women who drink too much need help. But we don't need to give up our power.

Twitter Made Us Better

Twitter Made Us Better

By SARAH J. JACKSON

These days, everyone thinks it's a cesspit. But it's changed whose voices we hear. That's a good thing.

The Bloody Fourth Day of Christmas

The Bloody Fourth Day of Christmas

By ESAU MCCAULLEY

According to the Christian calendar, the birth of Jesus is followed by the state-mandated murder of children. But somehow, hope breaks through.

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