Adeel Hassan, The New York Times

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Jeremy Christian Guilty of Murder in Racist Portland Train Attack

Mr. Christian killed two men who had intervened to confront him as he went on an anti-Muslim tirade against two black teenagers. → Read More

How Andrew Yang Handled His Asian-American Identity on the Campaign Trail

He ran on saving workers from automation, but also leaned into issues of race and representation. → Read More

White Supremacist Groups Expand Propaganda Efforts, Report Finds

They have a renewed emphasis on spreading their message through pamphlets and stickers, often on college campuses, as large public protests diminish. → Read More

We Asked 81 Americans About Impeachment. Here’s What They Had to Say.

Most are paying attention, get what it’s all about and have strong opinions about impeachment — but not always the opinions you’d expect. → Read More

Two Textbooks, Two Americas

Race, gender and immigration are just some of the subjects that play out differently in classroom textbooks across the country. → Read More

The Minimum Wage Is Rising, but These Workers Are Being Left Behind

There is a class of worker, mostly those who get tips, whose earnings floor has not been increased since 1991. → Read More

Church’s Nativity Scene Puts Jesus, Mary and Joseph in Cages

A California congregation’s display is meant to highlight the plight of refugees and asylum seekers. → Read More

Witness in Hard Rock Hotel Collapse Is Deported

A construction worker who became a witness in a federal safety investigation into lapses at the New Orleans construction site was deported to his native Honduras. → Read More

F.B.I. Reports Hate-Crime Violence at 16-Year High

A drop in bias-related property crimes from 2017 to 2018 was offset by an increase in assaults and other forms of physical violence. → Read More

Arctic Blast Could Break Dozens of Weather Records

Temperatures will be 15 to 25 degrees below normal over the eastern two-thirds of the U.S. early in the week, the National Weather Service said. → Read More

Antigua Demands Harvard Pay Reparations for Benefiting From Slavery

The labor of enslaved people paid for the founding of Harvard Law School, Antigua’s prime minister reminded the college’s president. → Read More

American Prosecutor Is Fatally Shot in Micronesia After Her Daily Run

The F.B.I. is investigating the death of a lawyer who was shot three times outside her home. → Read More

Montgomery, Ala., Elects Steven Reed, Its First Black Mayor

Voters chose Mr. Reed, a probate judge, to lead a majority-black city almost 200 years after it was incorporated. → Read More

Juul Is Sued by School Districts That Say Vaping Is a Dangerous Drain on Their Resources

The lawsuits accuse Juul of endangering students and forcing educators to divert time and money to fight an epidemic of nicotine addiction among teenagers. → Read More

Cornell’s Medical School Offers Full Rides in Battle Over Student Debt

All costs — tuition, books, housing and food — will be covered for those who qualify for aid. → Read More

Parkland Shooting Survivors Release Ambitious Gun Control Plan

The plan by March for Our Lives would ban assault weapons, raise the minimum age for buying firearms and introduce other measures that the gun lobby has strongly opposed. → Read More

In Oregon, a Murder Conviction Adds to Calls for Tougher Hate Crime Punishments

A white supremacist convicted of the state’s first hate crime murder in decades could have received more jail time under a change to state law being pushed by Oregon’s attorney general. → Read More

‘Debris Was Flying All Over’: 9 Dead as Storms Spread From Texas to Northeast

Tornadoes and flash flooding left a trail of damaged homes, splintered trees and power outages across a large swath of the country. → Read More

Agreement Allows 2,700 Children in Central America to Join Parents in U.S.

The children had previously been granted conditional approval to enter the country as refugees under an Obama-era initiative, until the Trump administration canceled the program. → Read More

Georgetown Students Agree to Create Reparations Fund

Students voted to pay a bit more tuition each semester to create a fund to benefit the descendants of slaves that were sold to keep the school afloat. → Read More