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The U.S. Should Act Before a Global Downturn Destabilizes Latin America

By Jorge G. CastaΓ±eda

A potential widespread recession in the region can further endemic poverty, inequality and violence, sending another wave of migrants north.

How an Oil Price Surge Could Hurt the U.S. Economy

By Nelson D. Schwartz

The spike in oil prices after the drone attacks in Saudi Arabia won’t start a recession. But a sustained surge in energy prices might have a bigger impact.

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Trump Urges β€˜Big’ Rate Cut as Fed Faces Challenges

By Jeanna Smialek

From short-term political and trade war concerns to a long-term lack of “firefighting capability” if the economy dives, things are not poised to get easier for Chair Jerome H. Powell.

She Begged Them to Take Away His Police Revolver. He Died Anyway.

By Edgar Sandoval

New York is facing a record number of police suicides, but has lagged in mental health initiatives for troubled officers.

The Fed Faces a Tough End to 2019 as Worries Cloud the Horizon

By Jeanna Smialek

From short-term political and trade war concerns to a long-term lack of “firefighting capability” if the economy dives, things are not poised to get easier for Chair Jerome H. Powell.

Moroccan Journalist on Trial for an Abortion She Says She Never Had

By Aida Alami

The arrests of a young reporter and her fiancé have set off outrage in Morocco, where they are seen by many as an example of the government persecuting critical journalists.

Keeping Anxiety at Bay by β€˜Hitting the Squares’

By Olivia Aldridge

When the panic attacks began and life decisions became overwhelming, solving crosswords helped halt the intrusive thoughts.

Humberto dumps more rain on Dorian-battered Bahamas

By Danica Coto

Tropical Storm Humberto moved away from the Bahamas on Saturday after dumping rain on parts of the archipelago's northwest region that were already hammered by Hurricane Dorian two weeks ago.

William Y. Chang, Whose Newspaper Spoke to Chinatown in English, Dies at 103

By Richard Sandomir

For 17 years, his aim was to help the children of Chinese immigrants acquire an American identity as they adapted to life in the United States.

What Lies in Suicide’s Wake

By Peggy Wehmeyer

Along with everything else, I wasn’t prepared for the stigma of becoming a widow this way.

E.C.B. Acts to Head Off Threat of Recession in Europe

By Jack Ewing

The bank announced measures to stimulate eurozone growth, but will face questions about what else it can do if the economy fails to respond.

Health Toll of 9/11 May Include Heart Ills

By Nicholas Bakalar

Firefighters who came to the World Trade Center site were at higher risk of heart attacks and stroke years later.

The Necessary Radicalism of Bernie Sanders

By Jamelle Bouie

His plan to enhance workplace democracy puts the strike back where it belongs: at the center of political power.

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