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Amid the Brexit Chaos, E.U. Sees a β€˜Catastrophic Success’

By STEVEN ERLANGER

Brussels has celebrated its unity in negotiations with Britain, and it has successfully demonstrated the pain of leaving the E.U. But at what cost?

Michigan State Names Satish Udpa as New Interim President After John Engler Resigns

By MATTHEW HAAG and SARAH MERVOSH

Mr. Udpa, a top university administrator, is replacing Mr. Engler, who remarked that some victims of Larry Nassar, the former gymnastics doctor, appeared to be enjoying “the spotlight.”

New York Confronts Its Worst Measles Outbreak in Decades

By SHARON OTTERMAN

The disease spread within ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities where vaccination rates are low and some are suspicious of government health workers.

New York Magazine Names a New Editor as Adam Moss Departs

By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM

David Haskell, who has overseen print features and digital strategy, will step in on April 1. He plans to keep a side job as co-owner of a whiskey distillery in Brooklyn.

Goldman Sachs’s Tactic in Malaysian Fraud Case: Smear an Ex-Partner

By MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN, EMILY FLITTER and KATE KELLY

The investment bank is campaigning to convince the authorities that a former partner, Tim Leissner, was a master con man — and that is how the bank became ensnared in a vast fraud.

Facebook Identifies Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaign

By ADAM SATARIANO

Facebook removed nearly 500 pages and accounts targeted at Europe and Central Asia. Some originated from an agency controlled by the Kremlin.

5 Pieces of Advice From John Bogle

By AMIE TSANG

The founder of Vanguard, who died on Wednesday, changed how ordinary people invested. Here are some of his tips.

The Malign Incompetence of the British Ruling Class

By PANKAJ MISHRA

With Brexit, the chumocrats who drew borders from India to Ireland are getting a taste of their own medicine.

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Scottsdale

By ELAINE GLUSAC

Midcentury design tours, locavore meals and hikes in the countryside are among the many diversions for weekend visitors.

Before Harts Plunged Off a Cliff, Strain Dogged Family

By MATT STEVENS

Investigative reports detail increasing pressure felt by Jennifer and Sarah Hart, who had adopted six children. At signs of trouble, they would flee and close ranks.

Yalitza Aparicio of β€˜Roma’ and the Politics of Stardom in Mexico

By LAURA TILLMAN

The film’s star was on her way to being a teacher when she landed the role. Now she’s part of a conversation about Indigenous people and inequality.

The New Mom Uniform of Park Slope

By HAYLEY KRISCHER

It involves clompy ol’ clogs and a mysterious strap.

White House Redefines Who Is Essential to Get Parts of Government Moving Again

By KATIE ROGERS and ALAN RAPPEPORT

The administration is opening the government piece by piece, forcing thousands of workers to report to the job without pay in sectors that could benefit the president’s base.

Government Shutdown Shakes Stability of Jobs That Are Often the Best Around

By NATALIE KITROEFF and ROBERT GEBELOFF

Federal work is an anchor in many local economies, offering security and benefits increasingly rare in the private sector and a route to the middle class.

Overlooked No More: Isabelle Kelley, Who Developed a Food Stamp Program to Feed Millions

At a time when many needy families lacked adequate nutrition, Kelley helped develop a program to improve the well being of Americans. Today, more than 38 million people receive food stamps.

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