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Russia’s Greatest Problem in Syria: Its Ally, President Assad

Russia’s Greatest Problem in Syria: Its Ally, President Assad

A poster of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, left, and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in Aleppo, Syria, last month.
Colombia Rebel Ends Presidential Campaign, in Blow to Peace Process

Colombia Rebel Ends Presidential Campaign, in Blow to Peace Process

The former rebel commander Rodrigo Londoño at the start of his political campaign in Ciudad Bolívar, south of Bogotá, Colombia, in January.
Op-Ed Contributors: John McCain and Angelina Jolie: America Should Lead in Saving the Rohingya

Op-Ed Contributors: John McCain and Angelina Jolie: America Should Lead in Saving the Rohingya

A Rohingya refugee in Bangladesh who suffered burns when her house in Myanmar was set ablaze by soldiers.
Zoe Leonard’s Messages Strike Hard — and Cast a Spell

Zoe Leonard’s Messages Strike Hard — and Cast a Spell

Zoe Leonard’s “Strange Fruit” (1992-97), an installation of dozens of discarded and sewn fruit skins at the Whitney Museum of American Art. She was a vocal AIDS activist and this work recalls the
‘I Am a Pawn’: Trump’s Immigration Fight With California Squeezes Those Caught in the Middle

‘I Am a Pawn’: Trump’s Immigration Fight With California Squeezes Those Caught in the Middle

Farmworkers packed a bin while harvesting radicchio in Merced, Calif., last year. California employers and their employees are caught in the middle of a battle over immigrant workers.
It’s True: False News Spreads Faster and Wider. And Humans Are to Blame.

It’s True: False News Spreads Faster and Wider. And Humans Are to Blame.

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology examined true and false news stories posted on Twitter from the social network’s founding in 2006 through 2017.
Norman Rockwell’s Vision of F.D.R.’s Four Freedoms

Norman Rockwell’s Vision of F.D.R.’s Four Freedoms

Clockwise from top left: “Freedom of Speech,” 1943; “Freedom of Worship,” 1943; “Freedom from Want,” 1943; and “Freedom from Fear,” 1943 all by Norman Rockwell.
How Russian Trolls Crept Into the Trump Campaign’s Facebook Messages

How Russian Trolls Crept Into the Trump Campaign’s Facebook Messages

A Trump campaign rally in Tampa, Fla., in 2016. The campaign’s operation in the state received thousands of inquiries about getting involved.
Japan Wants More Women in Construction. Pink Toilets May Not Be Helping.

Japan Wants More Women in Construction. Pink Toilets May Not Be Helping.

Yuho Nakamura, 25, a structural work supervisor for the Shimizu Corporation, oversees up to 30 construction workers at a building site in downtown Tokyo.
Art Review: 30 Must-See Artists at the Armory Show

Art Review: 30 Must-See Artists at the Armory Show

“Pink Forest” (2018), a diorama by Patrick Jacobs, recedes into the wall of Pierogi’s booth at the Armory Show. The art fair runs through Sunday at Piers 92/94.
Clocks Slow in Europe? Blame Kosovo-Serbia Row

Clocks Slow in Europe? Blame Kosovo-Serbia Row

The National Assembly building in Belgrade, Serbia, last month. A dispute between Serbia and Kosovo has disrupted the electric power grid for most of Europe, making certain kinds of clocks run slow.
Trump Authorizes Tariffs, Defying Allies at Home and Abroad

Trump Authorizes Tariffs, Defying Allies at Home and Abroad

President Trump signed an order imposing stiff and sweeping new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum at the White House on Thursday.
Matter: How One Child’s Sickle Cell Mutation Helped Protect the World From Malaria

Matter: How One Child’s Sickle Cell Mutation Helped Protect the World From Malaria

A false-color image of healthy red blood cells with some sickle cells, the defective cells that die quickly and cause sickle cell anemia. Sickle cells are the result of a mutation that scientists say
Op-Ed Contributor: Want to Understand What Is Wrong With Europe? Look at Italy

Op-Ed Contributor: Want to Understand What Is Wrong With Europe? Look at Italy

Luigi Di Maio, of the Five Star Movement, celebrating victory with his supporters in Pomigliano D’Arco, Italy, on Tuesday.
Tillerson, in Africa, Dodges Questions on Vulgarity and Trolling

Tillerson, in Africa, Dodges Questions on Vulgarity and Trolling

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson and Workneh Gebeyehu, Ethiopia’s foreign minister, after a news conference on Thursday in Addis Ababa.