• Americans borrowed $12.7 trillion in the first three months of the year, more than they did at the height of the credit bubble in 2008.
• At its annual developers’ conference on Wednesday, Google described a future in which people interact with the company all day, so seamlessly that they barely notice.
Our tech columnist says it’s tech giants like Google, not governments, that are building — and owning — the future.
• Business travelers often suffer from hotel gloom. Here’s how to ward it off.
• Writing and editing your personal story can make you happier and healthier.
• Recipe of the day: Go old school with hard shell tacos.
• “I’ve learned to go into the unknown.”
In today’s 360 video, watch rock climbers with disabilities learn techniques at Joshua Tree National Park.
• Witnessing the decline of democracy.
Our reporter in Turkey talks about his extensive travel around the country, and how its autocratic president is extending his power.
• In memoriam.
Chris Cornell was one of the leading voices of 1990s grunge music as the lead singer for the band Soundgarden. He was 52.
• Nashville versus Columbus.
Each claims to be the No. 3…