While Chinese officials have been bewildered by Mr. Trump, they have learned that his son-in-law, Mr. Kushner, is the man to know in Washington.
• Cutbacks in a region that voted for Trump.
We visited Trumbull County in Ohio, where residents overwhelmingly supported Mr. Trump. Some also rely on rental assistance and other programs that the president’s proposed budget would eliminate.
“I don’t think people realize how much we rely on these services,” one county official said.
• Bill O’Reilly thrives as harassment settlements add up.
The longtime Fox News host has built the No. 1 program in cable news. He has also faced accusations of sexual harassment or other inappropriate behavior.
Our investigation found five women who had received payouts, totaling about $13 million, from Mr. O’Reilly or from the company. They agreed not to sue or speak in detail about their accusations, which he says have no merit.
• The Daily, your audio news report.
On today’s show, our reporter discusses her investigation of harassment allegations against Mr. O’Reilly of Fox News.
• Uber is using psychological inducements and other techniques unearthed by social science to influence when, where and how long its drivers work.
• Can computers be offended? After complaints that ads appeared alongside offensive material on YouTube, Google engineers are trying to teach machines to consider context in determining what’s objectionable.
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