Latest News Are High Heels Headed for a Tumble? 2017-12-16T13:16:23.000000000+00:00 With sexual harassment revelations rife and public spaces threatened, some women are wondering just why they wear these things. 11 of Our Best Weekend Reads 2017-12-16T12:55:25.000000000+00:00 Salma Hayek writes searingly about bullying and sexual harassment by Harvey Weinstein; “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is out; and we’ve got ideas for procrastinating gift givers. Exodus of Foreign Workers Leaves British Employers in the Lurch 2017-12-16T12:38:15.000000000+00:00 Britain’s plan to leave the European Union has prompted thousands of Europeans to return to the Continent, forcing British employers to compete for a diminishing pool of workers. In Italy, #MeToo Is More Like ‘Meh’ 2017-12-16T10:27:42.000000000+00:00 Accusations of sexual harassment and assault have not been received with the same uproar and solidarity as in the United States and beyond. Google Thinks I’m Dead 2017-12-16T10:00:25.000000000+00:00 (I know otherwise.) ‘Trump, Trump, Trump!’ How a President’s Name Became a Racial Jeer 2017-12-16T10:00:25.000000000+00:00 President Trump’s surname has become a racially charged taunt, or a braying assertion that the country is being taken back from forces that threaten it. Uber Engaged in ‘Illegal’ Spying on Rivals, Ex-Employee Says 2017-12-16T08:40:41.000000000+00:00 In a 37-page letter made public in court, a former Uber security employee detailed a massive intelligence-gathering operation that included tailing rival executives. Beyond Boko Haram’s Reach, Love and Feminism Flourish 2017-12-16T07:59:26.000000000+00:00 In a part of Nigeria where militants treat women like property, many are pushing back, partying all night and expecting husbands who do the dishes. Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Gift-Giving Tips From Scientists 2017-12-16T03:19:44.000000000+00:00 No matter how terrible the present, remember to wrap it nicely. Republicans’ $1.5 Trillion Tax Plan Appears on Track to Pass Next Week 2017-12-16T03:00:45.000000000+00:00 Senators Marco Rubio of Florida and Bob Corker of Tennessee, who had been holdouts, said they would support the bill, putting it within striking distance of passage.