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Stephen Hawking Dies at 76; His Mind Roamed the Cosmos

Stephen Hawking Dies at 76; His Mind Roamed the Cosmos

Stephen Hawking became a leader in exploring gravity and the properties of black holes. His work led to a turning point in the history of modern physics.
Now Two Former Presidents of South Korea Are Under Investigation

Now Two Former Presidents of South Korea Are Under Investigation

Lee Myung-bak, a former South Korean president, speaking outside the prosecutors’ office on Wednesday. “I feel dejected as I stand here,” he said.

Editorial: We Stand With the Students

The nation’s adults must listen to the students walking out of their schools Wednesday to protest gun violence.
Op-Ed Columnist: Some Things Are True Even if Trump Believes Them

Op-Ed Columnist: Some Things Are True Even if Trump Believes Them

Shipping containers in the special economic zone at the border between China and Kazakhstan.

In Replacing Tillerson With Pompeo, Trump Turns to Loyalists Who Reflect ‘America First’ Views

Mr. Tillerson’s dismissal pulls the White House even further out of the economic and foreign policy mainstream and closer to the nationalist ideas that animated Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign.
Republican Leading House’s Russia Inquiry Softens a Key Finding

Republican Leading House’s Russia Inquiry Softens a Key Finding

“Everybody gets to make up their own mind whether they were trying to hurt Hillary or help Trump,” Representative K. Michael Conaway of Texas said. “It’s kind of a glass half full, glass half empty.”
Gina Haspel, Trump’s Choice for C.I.A., Played Role in Torture Program

Gina Haspel, Trump’s Choice for C.I.A., Played Role in Torture Program

Gina Haspel, President Trump’s choice to lead the C.I.A., was described by former officials as a tough, direct intelligence professional.
Explosions Rattle Austin as Calls About Suspicious Packages Mount

Explosions Rattle Austin as Calls About Suspicious Packages Mount

Two people have been killed and three people injured in a series of package explosions in Austin, Tex. Police officials have received 265 calls from residents about suspicious packages.
Trump’s Killing of Chip Deal Pushes Protectionism as It Invokes Security

Trump’s Killing of Chip Deal Pushes Protectionism as It Invokes Security

President Trump blocked a hostile bid by Broadcom for Qualcomm Inc., a chipmaker based in San Diego, Calif., over national security concerns.
Givenchy and Hepburn: The Original Brand Ambassadors

Givenchy and Hepburn: The Original Brand Ambassadors

Audrey Hepburn with Hubert de Givenchy in his workshop in Paris.
In California, Trump Attacks Jerry Brown and ‘Sanctuary Policies’

In California, Trump Attacks Jerry Brown and ‘Sanctuary Policies’

President Trump addressed troops at a Marine base in San Diego on Tuesday. It was his first visit to California as president.
Dozens Leave Besieged Syrian Enclave Under Evacuation Deal

Dozens Leave Besieged Syrian Enclave Under Evacuation Deal

Civilians boarded a Syrian Red Crescent bus as they prepared to leave Douma in the rebel-held Syrian enclave of eastern Ghouta on Tuesday.
United Airlines Apologizes After Dog Dies in Overhead Compartment

United Airlines Apologizes After Dog Dies in Overhead Compartment

United Airlines issued an apology after a dog died in an overhead compartment during a flight on Monday.
Craig Mack, ‘Flava in Ya Ear’ Rapper, Is Dead at 47

Craig Mack, ‘Flava in Ya Ear’ Rapper, Is Dead at 47

Craig Mack backstage at a concert in Philadelphia in 1995, part of a Bad Boy Records tour.
Claire Foy, Queen on ‘The Crown,’ Was Paid Less Than Her Onscreen Husband

Claire Foy, Queen on ‘The Crown,’ Was Paid Less Than Her Onscreen Husband

Claire Foy and Matt Smith in “The Crown,” a Netflix historical drama. The show’s budget is said to be upward of $7 million per episode.