If you're wondering what happened to the steady bull market, a drought metaphor can help explain. New Mexico ranchers are dealing with a severe drought this week, above.
An honor guard outside the Palazzo del Quirinale in Rome, the presidential residence.
On the factory floor at a Samsung washing machine plant in Newberry, S.C., last month. The United States added only 103,000 jobs in March, down from 326,000 in February.
Quarterback Craig Morton and the Broncos threw for only 35 yards in a Super Bowl loss to Dallas in 1978.
Janet Yellen, chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, continues to face a tricky situation in deciding what to do about interest rates.
Larry Kudlow, National Economic Council director, being interviewed on TV outside the White House last Friday.
Esther George at the Central Exchange in Kansas City last year. She became president of the Kansas City Fed in 2011.
A quiet moment on the New York subway. Because it's so hard to predict the future of transit, some technologists feel a key is to keep options open by laying concrete and letting innovators design what rides on top of it. By definition, rail precludes all possibilities other than a train.
A warning for this? Coffee at a cafe in Los Angeles.
Gas prices on display last week in New York. A rise in the price of oil is likely to be passed along to consumers in the months ahead.
A new affordable apartment awaits tenants at Natalie Gubb Commons in San Francisco. More apartments in the development are visible across the courtyard.
The 60th anniversary of Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., in 2015. A few months earlier, a measles outbreak that originated there convinced California to reconsider its childhood vaccination policy.
Supporters of Gov. Andrew Cuomo as he spoke to promote his paid family leave initiative at a rally in New York City in 2016. This month, New York became the fourth state to offer it.
Heidi Cruz and Ted Cruz, who won in Wisconsin by 13 percentage points on Tuesday night. He finally made significant headway with moderate voters.
A book about “Fake News” was displayed last November by a supporter of Roy Moore, who unsuccessfully ran for Senate in Alabama.
George Tames/The New York Times
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