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Why Companies and Countries Are Battling for Ascendancy in 5G

Why Companies and Countries Are Battling for Ascendancy in 5G

A Qualcomm event at the CES consumer electronics trade show in Las Vegas this year. Among Qualcomm’s rivals in developing standards for 5G wireless technology is the Chinese company Huawei.
Op-Ed Contributor: ‘Millennial’ Means Nothing

Op-Ed Contributor: ‘Millennial’ Means Nothing

Tyra Hemans, 19, a student from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., en route to a protest. Activism by high school students in response to recent school shootings has inspired
Adviser to Emirates With Ties to Trump Aides Is Cooperating With Special Counsel

Adviser to Emirates With Ties to Trump Aides Is Cooperating With Special Counsel

George Nader, an adviser to the United Arab Emirates with ties to current and former aides to President Trump, is cooperating in the special counsel investigation.
In Battle Over Future of Veterans’ Care, Moderation Wins, for Now

In Battle Over Future of Veterans’ Care, Moderation Wins, for Now

David Shulkin, the Veterans Affairs secretary, has been locked in a bitter and unusually public battle with a band of Trump administration officials who he said were out to overthrow him.
Antoni Porowski Can Cook

Antoni Porowski Can Cook

Antoni Porowski, one of the stars of “Queer Eye” on Netflix, plated fresh spaghetti with an adaptation of Marcella Hazan’s tomato sauce, fresh basil and grated Parmesan.
Trilobites: The Cells That Eat, Regurgitate and Eat Your Tattoos Again

Trilobites: The Cells That Eat, Regurgitate and Eat Your Tattoos Again

Scientists studying tattooed mice found that macrophages — a type of immune cell — play a key role in making tattoos last more or less permanently.
Gary Cohn Says He Will Resign as Trump’s Top Economic Adviser

Gary Cohn Says He Will Resign as Trump’s Top Economic Adviser

Mr. Cohn had made clear his opposition to the steel and aluminum tariffs that Mr. Trump plans to impose. It’s the latest departure from a White House in chaos.
Seeking to Heal a Rift, Tillerson Pledges New Aid to Africa

Seeking to Heal a Rift, Tillerson Pledges New Aid to Africa

Much of Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson’s speech on Tuesday focused on security concerns, reflecting a profound shift by the Trump administration to increasingly center on military measures in
Planned Sale of the Weinstein Company Collapses Again

Planned Sale of the Weinstein Company Collapses Again

Maria Contreras-Sweet, the leader of the investor group that agreed to a deal for most of the Weinstein Company’s assets, said the buyers had received “disappointing information” that led them to
Basra Journal: Iraq and Saudi Arabia Come Together Just for Kicks

Basra Journal: Iraq and Saudi Arabia Come Together Just for Kicks

Iraqis cheered at a soccer match in Basra, the first against a major regional rival on Iraqi soil since 1990.
The Artist Testing the Limits of Ceramics

The Artist Testing the Limits of Ceramics

The artist Francesca DiMattio in her studio in Hillsdale, N.Y., with two paintings, “The Octopus and the Fish” and “The Fox and the Hound,” that will debut at her latest solo show, “Boucherouite,”
Nice Work if You Can Get It: Being a Volunteer Usher on Broadway

Nice Work if You Can Get It: Being a Volunteer Usher on Broadway

Lori Wolf, left, and Frank Jackman, both volunteer ushers, stuffed programs at the Irish Repertory Theater, while the actors Evanna Lynch and Colin Campbell stretched before “Disco Pigs” this month.
Editorial: North Korea Has Put the Ball in Trump’s Court

Editorial: North Korea Has Put the Ball in Trump’s Court

The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, center, meeting in Pyongyang on Monday with South Korean envoys.
Another Winter Storm Is Coming as the Northeast Hunkers Down

Another Winter Storm Is Coming as the Northeast Hunkers Down

A pine tree leaning across a road in Freetown, Mass., on Tuesday. Utility companies were racing to restore power to customers in the Northeast who were still without electricity after last week’s
Op-Docs: My Grandfather’s Memory Book

Op-Docs: My Grandfather’s Memory Book

Sketch from my grandfather's memory book showing him sharing one of his favorite hobbies with a grandson.
With U.S. and North Korea, a Repeated History of Hope and Disappointment

With U.S. and North Korea, a Repeated History of Hope and Disappointment

Diplomacy between the United States and North Korea has gone through familiar cycles of long stagnation, followed by brief bursts of hope, and then inevitable disappointment.