On Thursday, Hamburg became the first city in Germany to restrict diesel vehicles, banning them on stretches of two roads. The move highlights growing opposition to the fuel.
Gina Pitre is suing Walmart and one of its managers, alleging harassment at a store in D’Iberville, Miss. It is one of the first cases backed by the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund, started by female Hollywood stars and producers seeking to broaden the #MeToo movement.
State Senator Kevin de León, sponsor of a bill to require California to generate all of its electricity from carbon-free sources by 2045. Passage of the measure highlights the state’s determination to be a counterweight to environmental policies of the Trump administration.
The Navajo Nation made a bid for the gun maker Remington, which has recently emerged from bankruptcy. Although the offer was rejected, it offered an interesting plan to remake one of the country’s oldest and largest firearms companies.
The Treasury Department proposed a rule on Thursday to limit the charitable contributions that Americans are allowed to deduct on their federal taxes. The move would effectively exclude donations that are rewarded with state tax credits.
Charles H. Rivkin, whose previous roles included being the ambassador to France under President Barack Obama, is the new chairman of the Motion Picture Association of America.
Seth MacFarlane, the creator of “Family Guy,” said he was “embarrassed” to work at 21st Century Fox after the Fox News host Tucker Carlson told viewers not to trust other news networks.
“We sued The Times because they sold copyrighted work by not just their staff, but also freelance writers,” said James Gleick, the president of the Authors Guild. “And the correct thing to do would have been to ask the freelance writers for permission and then pay the writers.”
President Xi Jinping of China with President Trump in Beijing in November.
The Beer Institute, a trade group, says beer cans like these each cost a penny more to produce than they did last year. Brewers say the pricing system for aluminum is off track.
Rob Norman, who recently retired as chief digital officer at GroupM, speculated that in five to seven years, “there will be at least one company that people will think of in the top five most important enterprises in advertising that simply doesn’t exist now.”
Kevin D. Williamson, a columnist The Atlantic had hired late last month, wrote in a Twitter exchange and said on a podcast in 2014 that abortion should be treated as premeditated homicide.
F.B.I. headquarters in Washington. Sixteen states let the F.B.I. use the technology to compare the faces of suspected criminals to driver’s license and ID photos.
The marketing of the new Halo video game collection rivals the promotion of a major motion picture.
A rendering of the development Union Point, a “smart city” planned for Weymouth, Mass.
The offices of Istuary Innovation Group in Vancouver were emptied by an auction house late last year. A British Columbia provincial employment department has ordered the company to pay around $2.2 million in back wages to more than 150 employees.
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