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Op-Ed Columnist: Ryan, Republicans and the Republic

Op-Ed Columnist: Ryan, Republicans and the Republic

Paul Ryan, the speaker of the House, announced Wednesday that he would not seek re-election.
Driver in California Plunge That Killed Family Was Drunk, Officials Say

Driver in California Plunge That Killed Family Was Drunk, Officials Say

Jennifer and Sarah Hart with their children. Jennifer Hart had a blood alcohol concentration of 0.102 percent when she drove a car with her family off a cliff in California, officials said on Friday.
Op-Ed Contributor: When Liberals Become Progressives, Much Is Lost

Op-Ed Contributor: When Liberals Become Progressives, Much Is Lost

Daniel Patrick Moynihan in the Capitol in 1995. He forthrightly described himself as a liberal, while today the label “progressive” is becoming more common.

We Asked Syrians About U.S. Airstrikes. This Is What They Said.

From the regime stronghold of Damascus to battle-scarred opposition areas, Syrians sent audio recordings to The Times in which they described what it’s like waiting for an attack by the U.S.-led
Kentucky Lawmakers Override Budget Veto in Win for Teachers

Kentucky Lawmakers Override Budget Veto in Win for Teachers

Teachers rallied at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort on Friday.
‘Is This Still a Buddy Movie?’ Trump and Japan’s Leader Will Soon Find Out

‘Is This Still a Buddy Movie?’ Trump and Japan’s Leader Will Soon Find Out

President Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan during a meeting in Tokyo last November. The two will meet again as relations have taken a challenging turn.
Parkland Gunman Was Still Firing When Police Arrived on a Gruesome Scene

Parkland Gunman Was Still Firing When Police Arrived on a Gruesome Scene

The scene at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School after the February shooting. Police accounts released Friday make clear that the gunman was still carrying out his rampage as officers started
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Pardoned Libby to Protect Himself From Mueller

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Pardoned Libby to Protect Himself From Mueller

I. Lewis Libby Jr., known as Scooter, center, in 2007 after being convicted of perjury. He had served as Vice President Dick Cheney’s chief of staff.
The Personal Data of 346,000 People, Hung on a Museum Wall

The Personal Data of 346,000 People, Hung on a Museum Wall

Last week, the authorities in Wuhan, China, ordered Deng Yufeng’s exhibition of personal data shut down after two days and began investigating him on suspicion of amassing the information illegally.
In the #MeToo Era, France Struggles With Sexual Crimes Involving Minors

In the #MeToo Era, France Struggles With Sexual Crimes Involving Minors

Protests last year in Paris seeking changes to laws protecting minors in France.
The Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

The Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer, outside the Capitol in September.
Facebook Takes the Punches While Rest of Silicon Valley Ducks

Facebook Takes the Punches While Rest of Silicon Valley Ducks

Last year lawyers for Facebook, Twitter and Google appeared in Congress to answer questions about foreign meddling in the 2016 presidential election. But in the recent scandal over personal data, only
On Pro Basketball: Can Winning Become Rollicking Fun Again for the Warriors?

On Pro Basketball: Can Winning Become Rollicking Fun Again for the Warriors?

Stephen Curry (30) might not be on the court for the Warriors’ first-round series against the Spurs.
As Clinton Camp Denied Reports of Criminal Inquiry, F.B.I. Was Investigating, Comey Says

As Clinton Camp Denied Reports of Criminal Inquiry, F.B.I. Was Investigating, Comey Says

For Hillary Clinton’s campaign, minimizing the significance of the inquiry was important to prevent it from becoming a bigger political liability as she headed into the Democratic primary season.
With Pickets and Lawsuits, Unions and Developers Go to War

With Pickets and Lawsuits, Unions and Developers Go to War

Workers took part in a protest this month as part of the growing battle in the city between developers and the construction unions.
In Bryant Park, 3 Million Bees, Sold From the Back of a Truck

In Bryant Park, 3 Million Bees, Sold From the Back of a Truck

Three million bees were delivered to Bryant Park in Manhattan on Friday, most for sale but some for the park’s apiary.