Theresa May’s Resignation Leaves Brexit in Limbo
- Her departure throws Britain into an unpredictable stage after three years of trying and failing to pull the country out of the European Union.
- A new prime minister will have only a few months to try to rebuild the wreckage of Mrs. May’s deal — and then decide what to do if that fails.
Potential Clash Over Secrets Looms Between Justice Dept. and C.I.A.
- The attorney general’s ability to declassify intelligence could put at risk a C.I.A. informant close to President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.
- The concern about the source is one of several issues raised by Mr. Trump’s decision to use the intelligence to pursue his political enemies.
It’s Never Been Easier to Be a C.E.O., and the Pay Keeps Rising
- Compensation for top bosses grew at double the pace of ordinary workers’ wages in 2018, according to our analysis.
- The most prominent example: Tesla approved a pay package to Elon Musk valued at as much as $2.3 billion, the biggest ever.
Why Farmers Trust Trump Despite Tariffs
- The trade dispute with China has cost growers their No. 1 buyer, but many say President Trump is on the right course.
- Mr. Trump’s $16 billion aid package may help shore up their support before the 2020 election, but leaves the question of what success looks like.
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