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A New Surge at the Border Is Forcing Migrant Families Into Motel Rooms

By MIRIAM JORDAN

So many migrant families are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona that shelter workers are having to put them up for the first time in hotels.

Trump Embarks on Bilateral Trade Talks to Pressure China

By ALAN RAPPEPORT and KEITH BRADSHER

The White House is looking to create deals with many of the nations in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the pact the president withdrew from.

A Mexican Man’s Fatal Journey to Reclaim His American Life

By SIMON ROMERO and VICTOR J. BLUE

Everything that was dear to Adrián Luna was in a small town in Idaho, and when he was deported, he died trying to find it again.

Social Q’s: Dating After #MeToo

By PHILIP GALANES

A reader wonders how to respond to the hostility that has followed the outpouring of emotional accounts from assault survivors.

Trump Claims Trade Victories but Businesses Struggle Under His Approach

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

Farmers, automakers and other businesses are feeling pain from the president’s steel and aluminum tariffs, which remain in place despite a revised North American Free Trade Agreement.

When Designer Steel From Lapland Makes Sense, DespiteTariffs

By JACK EWING

The Finnish steel manufacturer Outokumpu has access to mineral deposits that give it a clear advantage over U.S. makers. But Trump’s tariffs are raising prices for American customers.

U.S. Campaign Against Migration Goes Unheard, or Unheeded, in Guatemala

By RON NIXON and PHOTOGRAPHS BY KIRSTEN LUCE

More migrants from Guatemala than from anywhere else are trying to cross the border into the United States, despite warnings about the perils of the journey north.

Ford, an Automaker at a Crossroads, Seeks Cuts and Partners

By NEAL E. BOUDETTE

With its stock at its lowest point since 2009, the company plans to trim its salaried work force and is exploring an alliance with Volkswagen.

The Sweet Spot: My Colleague Had an Affair. Now She’s Having a Baby. Do I Have to Act Happy?

By CHERYL STRAYED and STEVE ALMOND

A reader who’s a new mother herself struggles to celebrate a co-worker’s pregnancy.

Pence Speech to String Together a Narrative of Chinese Aggression

By MARK LANDLER

Vice President Mike Pence, in a speech on Thursday, is expected to say that “China wants a different American president,” according to excerpts from the speech released Wednesday night.

Inspectors Find Nooses in Cells at Immigration Detention Facility

By MIRIAM JORDAN

Federal inspectors found bedsheets fashioned into nooses in cells at a center in Adelanto, Calif., where several detainees have attempted suicide.

Travel Tips: Should You Tip Your Uber Driver? If So, How Much?

By KRISTIN WONG

Uber added tipping to its app just over a year ago, and other rideshare services have allowed riders to tip their drivers for longer than that. But do drivers expect you to tip? Do they rely on them?

Retro Report: For Private Prisons, Detaining Immigrants Is Big Business

By CLYDE HABERMAN

A surging inmate population in the 1980s led to a boom in for-profit prisons. Today, privately run prisons have become the government’s default detention centers for undocumented migrants.

Trump Hails Revised Nafta Deal, and Sets Up a Showdown With China

By MARK LANDLER and ALAN RAPPEPORT

The president said the new pact will help United States companies and workers. But the deal’s importance may have less to do with its details than the signal it sends.

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