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In Davos, Prince William Calls for Action on Mental Health

The second in line to the British throne said his generation should break with the British tradition to keep quiet about emotional struggles.
Venezuela, U.S. Shutdown, Alex Salmond: Your Friday Briefing

Venezuela, U.S. Shutdown, Alex Salmond: Your Friday Briefing

A defaced mural of President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela in Caracas on Thursday.
U.S. to Begin Blocking Asylum Seekers From Entering Over Mexican Border

U.S. to Begin Blocking Asylum Seekers From Entering Over Mexican Border

Honduran migrants in San Ysidro, Calif., after crossing under the United States border wall to seek asylum last month.
News Analysis: Nancy Pelosi, a Woman in Control, Is a Rival Who Flummoxes Trump

News Analysis: Nancy Pelosi, a Woman in Control, Is a Rival Who Flummoxes Trump

Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the House, has an understanding of the way the legislative branch operates that the president does not.
On Sudan’s Streets, Young Professionals Protest Against an Autocrat

On Sudan’s Streets, Young Professionals Protest Against an Autocrat

Protesters in Khartoum, Sudan, this month. Demonstrations that began in December as a howl against soaring bread prices are now driven by calls for the president’s ouster.
Critic’s Pick: Review: Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano Go Mano a Mano in the Riveting ‘True West’

Critic’s Pick: Review: Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano Go Mano a Mano in the Riveting ‘True West’

Ethan Hawke, left, and Paul Dano in the Roundabout Theater Company’s revival of Sam Shepard’s “True West” at the American Airlines Theater.
$500 Million Pledge in Bay Area Supports Affordable Housing

$500 Million Pledge in Bay Area Supports Affordable Housing

The philanthropy founded by Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, and his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, is teaming up with a number of groups to raise money for housing.
White House Memo: A ‘Let Them Eat Cake’ Shutdown? Democrats Make the Most of an Administration’s Missteps

White House Memo: A ‘Let Them Eat Cake’ Shutdown? Democrats Make the Most of an Administration’s Missteps

Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Democrat of California, gave food to furloughed government workers on Tuesday at the World Central Kitchen in Washington.
Venezuelans Living in America Watch Crisis Back Home With Hope and Caution

Venezuelans Living in America Watch Crisis Back Home With Hope and Caution

Claudia Kahwati, 18, center, holds a Venezuelan flag during a protest in Downtown Doral Park on Wednesday, Jan. 23. Thousands of activists gathered in Doral in support of Juan Guaido, the president of
Amazon Is Pushing Facial Technology That a Study Says Could Be Biased

Amazon Is Pushing Facial Technology That a Study Says Could Be Biased

Deborah Raji, a college student, helped Joy Buolamwini of the M.I.T. Media Lab test facial technologies from Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, Face++ and Kairos.
Bryan Singer to Keep Directing Job Despite Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Bryan Singer to Keep Directing Job Despite Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Bryan Singer will remain as director of “Red Sonja” despite accusations that he had sex with underage boys.
He Spent 19 Years in Prison for Murder. Now Prosecutors Say His Confession Was Coerced.

He Spent 19 Years in Prison for Murder. Now Prosecutors Say His Confession Was Coerced.

Huwe Burton, who served 19 years in prison for murder, hugs a friend on Thursday after his conviction was vacated in State Supreme Court in the Bronx.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s Last Home Is Sold to the National Park Foundation

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Last Home Is Sold to the National Park Foundation

Dr. King with his children Yolanda and Martin Luther III at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York City.
Senator Joni Ernst Speaks Out About Being a Survivor of Sexual Assault

Senator Joni Ernst Speaks Out About Being a Survivor of Sexual Assault

“What I want people to understand is that I am the same person as I was last week,” Senator Joni Ernst said. “You just know more about what’s inside of me now.”
Echoes of the Past in Venezuela Crisis, but Heard More Lightly

Echoes of the Past in Venezuela Crisis, but Heard More Lightly

President Nicolas Maduro on Thursday with members of the Supreme Justice Tribunal in Caracas.
Trump and Cohen Received Gun Licenses in Exchange for Favors, Former Police Official Alleges

Trump and Cohen Received Gun Licenses in Exchange for Favors, Former Police Official Alleges

New York’s police commissioner, James P. O’Neill, at a New York City Police Foundation breakfast.