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People leaving Rafah describe yet another fearful flight from Israeli assaults.

Manal al-Wakeel and her extended family of 30 people thought they were going home. Displaced from their home in Gaza…

World

When There’s Nowhere for Your Children to Be Safe

These mothers keep their phones on silent because their nerves are fried. Every time they hear a ring, they know…

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What to Watch as the Fed Makes Its Interest Rate Decision

Policymakers are expected to leave borrowing costs unchanged, but investors are bracing for signals that rates will stay higher for…

Arts

Review: In ‘The Outsiders,’ a New Song for the Young Misfits

The classic coming-of-age novel has become a compelling, if imperfect, musical about have-not teenagers in a have-it-all world.

Business

Google to Tone Down Message Board After Employees Feud Over War in Gaza

The company is making changes to a popular message board called Memegen that some employees say sounds a lot like…

Business

As Gen X-ers Inch Toward Retirement, They’re Considering Where to Live

The oldest members of Generation X are several years from stopping work, but some are already seeking homes that will…

Business

France Fines Google in A.I. Dispute With News Media

The French competition authority said the tech giant failed to negotiate fair licensing deals with media outlets and did not…

Real Estate

Where Do People Stay in Their Homes the Longest?

More than a third of U.S. homeowners plan to stay in their homes forever, according to a new survey.

Arts

‘Illinoise’: A Place of Overflowing Emotion, but Little Dance Spirit

Justin Peck, who directs and choreographs a narrative dance musical to Sufjan Stevens’s concept album “Illinois,” resorts to his usual…

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