Latest News One Year After Women’s March, More Activism but Less Unity 2018-01-16T07:22:52.000000000+00:00 Women’s March Inc., which organized the event in Washington, has encouraged more protests. But a new group is focused on winning elections, especially in red states. Britain’s N.H.S. in Crisis: ‘We Might Break’ 2018-01-16T06:11:12.000000000+00:00 The country’s universal health care system turns 70 this year. But what is its future? Op-Ed Contributor: Can a Jew Love France? 2018-01-16T06:09:36.000000000+00:00 The country my family continues to dream of no longer exists for people like us. Maybe it never did. 13 Siblings, Some Shackled to Beds, Were Held Captive by Parents, Police Say 2018-01-16T05:27:07.000000000+00:00 A 17-year-old girl escaped from her home in Riverside County, Calif., to report that her parents were holding their children against their will. Europe Edition: Dolores O’Riordan, Baghdad, Romania: Your Tuesday Briefing 2018-01-16T05:24:01.000000000+00:00 Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Trump Comments, Infuriating Africans, May Set Back U.S. Interests 2018-01-16T04:36:10.000000000+00:00 Experts fear that the president’s about remarks “shithole countries” could set back United States interests in the world’s fastest-growing continent. Collapse of U.K. Construction Giant Rattles the Government 2018-01-16T04:15:26.000000000+00:00 The contractor, Carillion, worked hand in glove with the government, raising questions about the outsourcing of public services to private companies. Spain’s Prime Minister Threatens to Extend Direct Rule Over Catalonia 2018-01-16T04:15:20.000000000+00:00 Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says he won’t recognize Carles Puigdemont as Catalonia’s leader unless he returns to Spain from exile in Belgium. Sender of Hawaii’s False Alarm Is Reassigned, but Not Named 2018-01-16T03:51:48.000000000+00:00 A state official says the employee who erred should not pay the price for a system that “made it too easy for a simple mistake to have very serious consequences.” Kazakhstan Cheers New Alphabet, Except for All Those Apostrophes 2018-01-16T03:49:31.000000000+00:00 A switch from the Cyrillic to Roman script is wildly popular in Kazakhstan. But in a country where almost nobody challenges the president, his policy on apostrophes is being assailed from all sides.