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Overlooked No More: Maria Bochkareva, Who Led Women Into Battle in WWI

Overlooked No More: Maria Bochkareva, Who Led Women Into Battle in WWI

Maria Bochkareva, a Russian army officer, personally petitioned the Czar, via telegram, to allow her to serve.
Review: In Shaw’s ‘Saint Joan,’ a Sane and Sensible Martyr

Review: In Shaw’s ‘Saint Joan,’ a Sane and Sensible Martyr

Condola Rashad as a sober and cleareyed Joan of Arc in George Bernard Shaw’s “Saint Joan.”
For Thousands of ‘Dreamers,’ It Has Been a Wild Ride. And It’s Not Over Yet.

For Thousands of ‘Dreamers,’ It Has Been a Wild Ride. And It’s Not Over Yet.

Listening to lawmakers speak in support of a DACA solution outside the United States Capitol in January.
News Analysis: Courts Give Trump a Possible Path Through a Legal Minefield on Immigration

News Analysis: Courts Give Trump a Possible Path Through a Legal Minefield on Immigration

Presidents have historically had wide latitude to limit immigration, enforce the country’s borders and manage national security.
HUD Floats a Plan Intended to Reduce Reliance on Housing Assistance

HUD Floats a Plan Intended to Reduce Reliance on Housing Assistance

Ben Carson, the secretary for housing and urban development, at a Senate hearing this month. The proposed legislation could triple rents on the poorest tenants in federally subsidized housing.
Op-Ed Columnist: A New Mitt or the Same Old Weenie?

Op-Ed Columnist: A New Mitt or the Same Old Weenie?

Mitt Romney at the Utah Republican Nominating Convention on Saturday.
In Berlin, a Show of Solidarity Does Little to Dampen Jewish Fears

In Berlin, a Show of Solidarity Does Little to Dampen Jewish Fears

Hundreds of Jews and non-Jews wore skullcaps during a demonstration against anti-Semitism in Berlin on Wednesday.
Editorial: Trump’s ‘Best People’ Are the Worst

Editorial: Trump’s ‘Best People’ Are the Worst

Scott Pruitt, right, sitting next to Mick Mulvaney at a cabinet meeting earlier this month.

Suspect Arrested in Golden State Killer Case

Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, was arrested at a home in Citrus Heights, Calif. The so-called Golden State Killer is thought to have killed 12 people, raped at least 45 people and burglarized more than
Behind a Roadside Hit in Malaysia, Israeli-Palestinian Intrigue

Behind a Roadside Hit in Malaysia, Israeli-Palestinian Intrigue

Mourners carried the body of Fadi al-Batsh, a technology expert for Hamas, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Wednesday. He was gunned down on Saturday in the Malaysian capital, where he had lived for
Sean Spicer Unveils a Wax Melania, and Says Little More Than She Does

Sean Spicer Unveils a Wax Melania, and Says Little More Than She Does

The real Sean Spicer with the wax versions of President Trump and his wife, Melania, in an ersatz Oval Office at the Manhattan location of Madame Tussauds.
Michael Cohen to Take Fifth Amendment in Stormy Daniels Lawsuit

Michael Cohen to Take Fifth Amendment in Stormy Daniels Lawsuit

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer and confidant, said a federal investigation in New York will keep him from testifying in a separate lawsuit brought against the president.
Trump and Kanye West Share Praise-Filled Tweets. And, Apparently, ‘Dragon Energy.’

Trump and Kanye West Share Praise-Filled Tweets. And, Apparently, ‘Dragon Energy.’

President-elect Donald J. Trump and Kanye West in December 2016 in the lobby of Trump Tower in Manhattan.
Supreme Court Arguments on Trump’s Travel Ban: Key Moments

Supreme Court Arguments on Trump’s Travel Ban: Key Moments

The Supreme Court’s conservative majority seemed prepared on Wednesday to sustain the president’s authority to impose a travel ban restricting entry into the United States from several predominantly
Vincent Bolloré, French Billionaire, Faces a Rare Corruption Inquiry

Vincent Bolloré, French Billionaire, Faces a Rare Corruption Inquiry

The French billionaire Vincent Bolloré is being investigated over whether his company got lucrative contracts in two African countries in exchange for helping their presidents get elected.
Editorial Observer: At This Memorial, the Monuments Bleed

Editorial Observer: At This Memorial, the Monuments Bleed

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice, which opens Thursday in Montgomery, Ala., evokes the thousands of lynchings and other racial-terror killings of black people over more than seven decades.
The Biggest Influencer of All?

The Biggest Influencer of All?

An official engagement photo released by Kensington Palace of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who wore a dress by Ralph & Russo.