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Jussie Smollett Timeline: Mystery Deepens as Police Review Case

Jussie Smollett Timeline: Mystery Deepens as Police Review Case

The actor and singer Jussie Smollett, who says he was attacked by two men last month. The investigation has changed its “trajectory” the police in Chicago said.
‘Show Me That My Father Is Alive.’ China Faces Torrent of Online Pleas.

‘Show Me That My Father Is Alive.’ China Faces Torrent of Online Pleas.

Murat Harri Uyghur, a doctor in Finland, is helping to compile testimonies from other Uighurs in exile about loved ones who may be in Chinese internment camps.
Republicans Already Are Demonizing Democrats as Socialists and Baby Killers

Republicans Already Are Demonizing Democrats as Socialists and Baby Killers

Some Republicans have seized on actions by Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, center left, and Rashida Tlaib, right, to cast them as radical or anti-Semitic.
Legal Rights for Lake Erie? Voters in Ohio City Will Decide

Legal Rights for Lake Erie? Voters in Ohio City Will Decide

Lake Erie has faced a string of environmental calamities — poisonous algal blooms, runoff containing fertilizer and animal manure, and a constant threat from invasive fish.
Inside the Scramble to Make the Oscars Shorter

Inside the Scramble to Make the Oscars Shorter

A rendering of the stage design for the Oscars ceremony. “It almost comes out and hugs you,” one producer said.
‘Alita: Battle Angel’ Leads a Weak Box Office

‘Alita: Battle Angel’ Leads a Weak Box Office

Christoph Waltz and Rosa Salazar in “Alita: Battle Angel.”
States Flout Abortion Coverage Requirements, Federal Investigators Say

States Flout Abortion Coverage Requirements, Federal Investigators Say

At least 13 states do not meet a requirement to cover the pill that induces abortion, Mifeprex, when an abortion is available under Medicaid.
Bernie Sanders Stumbled With Black Voters in 2016. Can He Do Better in 2020?

Bernie Sanders Stumbled With Black Voters in 2016. Can He Do Better in 2020?

Senator Bernie Sanders spent Martin Luther King’s Birthday in South Carolina, where he spoke at Zion Baptist Church in Columbia. He won only 14 percent of the state’s black vote in the 2016
2-Man Team Planned Robbery That Led to Detective’s Death. It Was Their Second in a Week, Police Say.

2-Man Team Planned Robbery That Led to Detective’s Death. It Was Their Second in a Week, Police Say.

The scene last week outside a T-Mobile store in Richmond Hill, Queens, where Detective Brian Simonsen was killed by “friendly fire.”
Her Daughters Died in a Fire as She Did Laundry. She Sobbed While Pleading Guilty.

Her Daughters Died in a Fire as She Did Laundry. She Sobbed While Pleading Guilty.

Haya Konte, whose two young daughters perished in a 2016 fire that erupted after they were left alone in a Bronx apartment, clutched the backpack of her surviving 2-year-old.
On Pro Basketball: Basketball Is Beside the Point During N.B.A. All-Star Weekend

On Pro Basketball: Basketball Is Beside the Point During N.B.A. All-Star Weekend

For N.B.A. All-Stars such as Karl-Anthony Towns of the Minnesota Timberwolves, center, the Sunday night game is often the last stop after days of parties and promotions.
The English Voice of ISIS Comes Out of the Shadows

The English Voice of ISIS Comes Out of the Shadows

Mohammed Khalifa, a 35-year-old Canadian citizen who was born in Saudi Arabia and is of Ethiopian descent, says he is the narrator of multiple English-language Islamic State videos.
Graham Vows to Investigate Whether ‘Bureaucratic Coup’ Tried to Oust Trump

Graham Vows to Investigate Whether ‘Bureaucratic Coup’ Tried to Oust Trump

Senator Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, at the Capitol earlier this month.

Teenager Who Joined ISIS and Wants to Return to U.K. Gives Birth in Syria

Shamima Begum, 19, had expressed little regret for joining the terrorist group but wanted to return home to protect the health of her child. Her son was born in a refugee camp.
Portland Mayor Calls for Investigation of Police Over Texts With Right-Wing Organizer

Portland Mayor Calls for Investigation of Police Over Texts With Right-Wing Organizer

Joey Gibson, a right-wing activist, at a rally in Berkeley, Calif., in 2017. His exchange of text messages with a police lieutenant from Portland, Ore., is under scrutiny.
In Center of Catholicism, New Mormon Temple Invites Curious Romans for a Look

In Center of Catholicism, New Mormon Temple Invites Curious Romans for a Look

The new temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Rome. Nonmembers were being allowed to tour the temple before its dedication.
What to Cook: What to Cook This Week

What to Cook: What to Cook This Week

Meatloaf Stroganoff can provide a little winter magic.