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Fiction: If You Thought ‘Cat Person’ Was Dark, Wait Until You Read the Rest of the Book

In her debut story collection, “You Know You Want This,” Kristen Roupenian goes even deeper into the pathology of modern relationships.
For Democrats, South Carolina Already Looms Large for the 2020 Race

For Democrats, South Carolina Already Looms Large for the 2020 Race

Senators Cory Booker of New Jersey and Bernie Sanders of Vermont marched in a parade for Martin Luther King’s Birthday in Columbia, S.C., on Monday.
How Huawei Wooed Europe With Sponsorships, Investments and Promises

How Huawei Wooed Europe With Sponsorships, Investments and Promises

Huawei's booth at last year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The company plans to announce new handsets and provide an update of its 5G plans next month at this year's conference.
From Federal Worker to Uber Driver: Odd Jobs to Make Ends Meet in the Shutdown

From Federal Worker to Uber Driver: Odd Jobs to Make Ends Meet in the Shutdown

Angela Kelley, a furloughed federal worker, has become an Uber driver to support herself and her granddaughter. On a good day, she brings in $50.

The Ethicist: My Son’s Tutor Slipped Me Entrance-Exam Questions. Should I Report Him?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on informing a school you’ve been given its entrance exam and contacting a half-sibling after a birth parent declines to meet you.
Philippine Law Would Make 9-Year-Olds Criminally Liable

Philippine Law Would Make 9-Year-Olds Criminally Liable

The Manila City Jail. President Rodrigo Duterte says lowering the age of criminal liability will deter drug gangs from using children in their operations.
El Chapo Trial Suggests Trump’s Wall Would Do Little to Stop Drug Smuggling

El Chapo Trial Suggests Trump’s Wall Would Do Little to Stop Drug Smuggling

Testimony in the drug trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the kingpin known as El Chapo, has suggested that a border wall might not stop the flow of drugs into the United States.
DealBook: Chilling Davos: A Bleak Warning on Global Division and Debt

DealBook: Chilling Davos: A Bleak Warning on Global Division and Debt

The circulation of a letter from the investor Seth A. Klarman is likely to add to the typical hand-wringing at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The letter says mounting debt since the
Scientists Are Teaching the Body to Accept New Organs

Scientists Are Teaching the Body to Accept New Organs

Michael Schaffer, who received a liver transplant, is the first to undergo a new procedure that may help wean organ recipients from anti-rejection drugs.
If Mark Zuckerberg Wants to Talk, Britain Is Waiting

If Mark Zuckerberg Wants to Talk, Britain Is Waiting

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg exits the Rayburn House Office Building following his testimony to Congress in April on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Brexit, Greenland, U.S. Shutdown: Your Tuesday Briefing

Brexit, Greenland, U.S. Shutdown: Your Tuesday Briefing

Prime Minister Theresa May unveiling her new plan in Parliament.
When the Whole Country Reviews a Play, Referees Can’t Always Join

When the Whole Country Reviews a Play, Referees Can’t Always Join

The Rams’ Nickell Robey-Coleman, right, clearly broke the rules in hitting Tommylee Lewis of the Saints before a pass arrived, but the referees did not call a penalty and the play was not reviewable
Carlos Ghosn Is Denied Bail as Jail Stint Looks to Continue

Carlos Ghosn Is Denied Bail as Jail Stint Looks to Continue

Carlos Ghosn has been charged on three counts of financial misconduct at Nissan Motor.
After Viral Video, Families of Covington Are Swiftly Circling to Protect Their Boys

After Viral Video, Families of Covington Are Swiftly Circling to Protect Their Boys

Covington Catholic High School in Northern Kentucky is known for its community’s fierce devotion.
How We Destroy Lives Today

How We Destroy Lives Today

A high school student and Nathan Phillips, a Native American activist, in Washington on Friday. After one video of their interaction went viral, new ones emerged on Sunday.
A Woman to Vanquish Trump

A Woman to Vanquish Trump

Kamala Harris announced her intention to run for president on Monday.
Had Enough of Snow? Try Frost Quakes, Waterspouts and Bitter Cold

Had Enough of Snow? Try Frost Quakes, Waterspouts and Bitter Cold

In frigid temperatures, the Rev. Carol Kelly, right, led a church youth conference in song on Monday during a visit to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington.