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Mexico rejects the established order
• The landslide victory by Andrés Manuel López Obrador in Sunday’s presidential election places a leftist on the helm of Latin America’s second-largest financial system for the primary time in many years.
His win upends the nation’s political institution and represents a rejection of a centrist imaginative and prescient and embrace of globalization that many Mexicans really feel has not benefited them. Here are five takeaways from the election.
In his third bid for the presidency, Mr. López Obrador promised to finish corruption, scale back violence and tackle endemic poverty. But he now has to ship.
• There are distinct parallels between Mr. López Obrador and President Trump, and there will likely be strain for the brand new Mexican chief to take a much less conciliatory line with the U.S. than his predecessor did.
End of 1 trek, begin of one other
• Many migrants detained on the southern border are fitted with ankle screens to make sure that they return for court docket dates. But with these appointments generally months away, the brand new arrivals disperse throughout the U.S.
A Times photographer in Texas witnessed the fragments of the immigration crisis because it performed out.
Demonstrators across the country marched on Saturday to protest the Trump administration coverage that led to the separation of immigrant mother and father from their kids, chanting “families belong together.”
A reshaped abortion struggle
• “As partisans on both sides of the abortion divide contemplate a Supreme Court with two Trump appointees, one thing is certain: America even without legal abortion would be very different from America before abortion was legal.”
Our reporters look at how medical advances because the 1973 Roe v. Wade determination legalizing abortion have modified what would possibly occur if the ruling is overturned. Although many specialists say it’s unlikely that Roe v. Wade will likely be struck down, they anticipate a rightward-shifting court docket to uphold efforts to limit abortion, in flip encouraging some states to additional restrict entry.
On Sunday, Senator Susan Collins, a average Republican, stated she wouldn’t help a Supreme Court nominee who showed “hostility” toward Roe v. Wade.
• Separately, the court docket’s determination final week placing down necessary union charges for presidency employees gained’t simply have an effect on organized labor. It will also disrupt a fund-raising pipeline for teams supporting liberal insurance policies and candidates.
Denmark’s thorny integration problem
• The nation is introducing legal guidelines to manage life in 25 low-income and closely Muslim areas, saying that if households don’t willingly adapt to Danish tradition, they need to be compelled to.
Starting at age 1, kids from neighborhoods that the federal government describes as “ghettos” will receive mandatory instruction in “Danish values,” together with the traditions of Christmas and Easter, and within the Danish language. Noncompliance might lead to an finish to welfare funds.
“Some will wail and say, ‘We’re not equal before the law in this country,’ and ‘Certain groups are punished harder,’ but that’s nonsense,” the Danish justice minister stated.
• One girl, the daughter of Lebanese refugees, stated: “Danish politics is just about Muslims now. They want us to get more assimilated or get out. I don’t know when they will be satisfied with us.”
• Desperate to catch up to audacious manufacturing targets, Tesla has arrange a manufacturing line for its mass-market Model three in an enormous tent. Our reporter took a tour to learn more about Elon Musk’s plan to reinvent the way in which vehicles are made.
• Amazon, which has large ambitions in India, has recruited a whole bunch of small companies to get packages to prospects in distant areas — together with these high up in the Himalayas.
• The jobs report to be launched on Friday is anticipated to indicate one other sturdy month of progress. It’s one of the headlines to watch this week.
Tips, each new and outdated, for a extra fulfilling life.
• How to clear your filthy laptop.
• “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” remained No. 1 at North American box offices and has earned almost $1 billion worldwide.
• In memoriam
Dr. Arvid Carlsson, a Swedish scientist, decided the vital function that dopamine performs within the mind, resulting in medicine for Parkinson’s illness and profitable him a Nobel Prize. He was 95.
• Lincoln Center in turmoil
Now on its fourth chief in 5 years, the biggest performing arts complicated within the U.S. faces shuffled priorities and financial difficulties at a time when cultural organizations are already struggling to lure donors and audiences.
• Of all of the gin joints in all of the world …
Rick’s Café, opened in Casablanca, Morocco, by a former American diplomat, pays homage to a classic movie and is a testomony to how artwork impacts real-life destinies.
• Quotation of the day
“Nobody should tell me whether or how my daughter should go to preschool. Or when. I’d rather lose my benefits than submit to force.”
— Rokhaia Naassan, who grew up in Denmark, on new legal guidelines that tie welfare funds for residents of some areas to cultural assimilation applications.
• The Times, in different phrases
• What we’re studying
Our meals editor, Sam Sifton, recommends this article in The Atlantic: “I thought I was sick of reading about plastic straws. But Alexis Madrigal’s ‘Disposable America’ proved me wrong.”
How are Wimbledon ball girls and boys chosen? As the tennis match’s principal draw begins at present, right here’s a have a look at the choice course of.
In 1920, Wimbledon turned the primary tennis match to introduce ball boys (ladies have been not included until 1977). They have been initially drawn from a kids’s charity, and later from native colleges.
This nearly led to a scarcity in 1969, when college students couldn’t be spared throughout examinations. The match confronted the “prospect of the world’s best players having to scurry and stoop to retrieve balls,” The Times wrote.
That actually wouldn’t be a difficulty at present: There are about 700 candidates annually, for 250 positions.
The common age of the candidates is 15, and they’re nominated by their academics. They should move a number of exhaustive written assessments in regards to the recreation’s guidelines.
Next is bodily coaching. Skills like rolling the ball are essential, and ball boys and girls must do this “with the precision of a champion snooker player.”
Once the match begins, there are extra challenges. “Being hit with a 120 m.p.h. serve is quite memorable,” one coach said. “And it will happen to all of them.”
Jillian Rayfield wrote at present’s Back Story.
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