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Fact Check of the Day: Trump Claims His Wall Is Being Built. It’s Just a Replacement of Old Barriers.

The president showcased a video of construction on Twitter, but the work he highlighted was from funds previously allocated to replace damaged fencing.
Mueller Report Expected to Go to Justice Department Within Weeks

Mueller Report Expected to Go to Justice Department Within Weeks

The Justice Department is preparing to receive a report from the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, and will decide how much of it to make public.
His Birth Certificate Is American. ‘But I Feel Mexican, I’m Not Going to Lie to You.’

His Birth Certificate Is American. ‘But I Feel Mexican, I’m Not Going to Lie to You.’

Brian Arturo Posada on the bus to visit his friends at the mall in Mexicali, Mexico.

How Politicians Are Reacting to a Green New Deal

The Green New Deal was introduced as a sweeping resolution to drastically reduce emissions over the next 10 years, but there is disagreement over how viable the plan is.
Trilobites: Tiny Tyrannosaur Hints at How T. Rex Became King

Trilobites: Tiny Tyrannosaur Hints at How T. Rex Became King

A new species of dinosaur, a tiny relative of the Tyrannosaurus rex, called Moros intrepidus, lived 96 million years ago and its fossils were found in central Utah.
A Green New Deal is Technologically Possible. Its Political Prospects Are Another Question.

A Green New Deal is Technologically Possible. Its Political Prospects Are Another Question.

Republican critics gleefully noted last week that California’s Democratic governor scaled back a state-owned bullet train linking San Francisco and Los Angeles because of costs.
Nine Key Questions About the Green New Deal

Nine Key Questions About the Green New Deal

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Senator Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts, right, announcing the resolution on Feb. 7.
California Today: How to See a Super Bloom

California Today: How to See a Super Bloom

Ranch hands drove cattle to a pasture against the backdrop of hills covered in wildflowers in April 2017 at Carrizo Plain National Monument near Taft.
Times Insider: A Grocery, a Barn, a Bridge: Returning to the Scenes of a Hate Crime

Times Insider: A Grocery, a Barn, a Bridge: Returning to the Scenes of a Hate Crime

“I had to put away years of distancing myself from stories,” said Audra D.S. Burch, pictured with a 360 camera during our shoot in Money, Miss., “and open myself to a more intimate storytelling
Vatican, Jussie Smollett, Hoda Muthana: Your Thursday Briefing

Vatican, Jussie Smollett, Hoda Muthana: Your Thursday Briefing

Pope Francis prayed at the opening of a global meeting today on the Roman Catholic Church’s sex abuse crisis.
As Colorado Moves to Bar Abstinence-Only Sex Education, Teenagers Take the Lead

As Colorado Moves to Bar Abstinence-Only Sex Education, Teenagers Take the Lead

Clark Wilson, next to his mother, right, read his statement last month in favor of legislation that would block Colorado schools from teaching abstinence-only sex education.
Wait Times for Citizenship Have Doubled in the Last Two Years

Wait Times for Citizenship Have Doubled in the Last Two Years

Jose Silva has been waiting since 2017 for his citizenship application to be processed. He expects to have his citizenship interview next month.

On Politics: A Climate Denialist on Trump’s Climate Change Panel

William Happer, a physicist serving as the president’s deputy assistant for emerging technologies, has said that carbon dioxide is beneficial to humanity.

Remembering Emmett Till: The Legacy of a Lynching

More than six decades after Emmett Till was murdered, locals are grappling with how to memorialize him. In this virtual reality documentary, we look at that effort and what it can tell us about racial

Remembering Emmett Till

In this virtual reality documentary, we explore how the Mississippi towns where Emmett Till’s murder took place more than six decades ago are trying to memorialize him.
A Look at Jussie Smollett’s Career, on ‘Empire’ and Beyond

A Look at Jussie Smollett’s Career, on ‘Empire’ and Beyond

Jussie Smollett was charged on Wednesday with staging his own assault. The “Empire” star reported to the police last month that he endured a racist and homophobic attack in Chicago.
Michael Cohen Agrees to Testify Next Week, Setting Stage for a High-Stakes Hearing

Michael Cohen Agrees to Testify Next Week, Setting Stage for a High-Stakes Hearing

Michael D. Cohen leaving Federal District Court in New York in December. Lawmakers said they would limit the scope of their questioning.
White House Memo: Trump Cultivates a Kindred Spirit From a Continent He Often Antagonizes

White House Memo: Trump Cultivates a Kindred Spirit From a Continent He Often Antagonizes

President Trump and Chancellor Sebastian Kurz of Austria on Wednesday in the Oval Office.
F.B.I. to Investigate Houston Police Officers After Deadly Drug Raid

F.B.I. to Investigate Houston Police Officers After Deadly Drug Raid

Chief Art Acevedo of the Houston police said he welcomed a federal inquiry into the deadly raid on a home last month.
Inside a Fly-by-Night Operation to Harvest Ballots in North Carolina

Inside a Fly-by-Night Operation to Harvest Ballots in North Carolina

John Harris, one of Mark Harris’s sons, testified on Wednesday that he had warned his father in April 2017 about his misgivings over L. McCrae Dowless Jr., a campaign operative.