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Op-Ed Columnist: The Rise of Dictatorship Incorporated

Op-Ed Columnist: The Rise of Dictatorship Incorporated

A member of the Russian military police stood guard between portraits of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, right, and President Vladimir Putin of Russia outside a post on the outskirts of Damascus.
Why Italy’s Insular Election Is More Important Than It Looks

Why Italy’s Insular Election Is More Important Than It Looks

Members of the far-right movement CasaPound holding torches during a demonstration in Milan last month.
Op-Ed Columnist: A Trump Fawners Almanac

Op-Ed Columnist: A Trump Fawners Almanac

Jeff Sessions cheering in December 2016 at a “Thank You Tour 2016” rally for President-elect Trump.
Trump’s Tariffs Prompt Global Threats of Retaliation

Trump’s Tariffs Prompt Global Threats of Retaliation

An employee moves empty bourbon barrels manufactured by the Independent Stave Company in Frankfort, Ky. It is just one American product that could be the target of retaliatory tariffs from important
White House Memo: A Week of Policy Surprises Leaves Even Trump’s Supporters Confused

White House Memo: A Week of Policy Surprises Leaves Even Trump’s Supporters Confused

President Trump with Senators John Cornyn, left, Dianne Feinstein and Marco Rubio on Wednesday at the White House during a meeting on gun control.
The Match Seemed Perfect for New York’s Schools. But There Were Red Flags.

The Match Seemed Perfect for New York’s Schools. But There Were Red Flags.

Alberto M. Carvalho backed out of his decision to become New York City’s schools chancellor. A friend said Mr. Carvalho was concerned he would not have the same autonomy he does in Miami.
Anatomy of a School Lockdown: A Threat, Then the Anxious Wait

Anatomy of a School Lockdown: A Threat, Then the Anxious Wait

Students were kept in their classrooms on Tuesday at Fulton High School after a threat.
Why It May Be Impossible to Measure the Impact of Stores Limiting Gun Sales

Why It May Be Impossible to Measure the Impact of Stores Limiting Gun Sales

Thousands of gun enthusiasts gathered for the Florida Gun Show at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, Fla., last month.
Analysis: Trump’s Steel Tariffs Raise Fears of a Damaging Trade War

Analysis: Trump’s Steel Tariffs Raise Fears of a Damaging Trade War

A U.S. Steel plant in Clairton, Pa. Many economists worry that foreign retaliation against American tariffs on steel and aluminum imports could escalate.

World’s Longest-Imprisoned Journalist Is Freed in Uzbekistan

After 19 years in prison in one of the most repressive states, Yusuf Ruzimuradov was released. He had been accused of sedition.
‘You’re Evil!’: Mother Rages at Nanny During Murder Trial

‘You’re Evil!’: Mother Rages at Nanny During Murder Trial

Marina Krim, whose children Leo and Lucia were killed in their Manhattan apartment in 2012, arrived on Friday for the trial of the family’s former nanny, who is charged with killing the two children.
Consent in the Digital Age: Can Apps Solve a Very Human Problem?

Consent in the Digital Age: Can Apps Solve a Very Human Problem?

A screenshot from the LegalFling website. The app enables users to give explicit sexual consent via an agreement.

48 Hours: A Whirlwind Paris Fashion Week with Virgil Abloh

The Off-White designer finishes his fall/winter 2018 collection, takes time to paint — and signs sweatshirts (and sneakers) for fans.
Review: An Extraordinary ‘Elektra’ Shows a Path Forward for the Met

Review: An Extraordinary ‘Elektra’ Shows a Path Forward for the Met

Christine Goerke owns the title role in Richard Strauss’s “Elektra,” as she demonstrated in her overwhelming performance at Metropolitan Opera.
Can Fashion Help Detroit Make a Comeback?

Can Fashion Help Detroit Make a Comeback?

Jeffry M. Aronsson wants to create a fashion hub in his native Detroit that would be part of the city’s economic revival.
Barbra Streisand Explains: Why I Cloned My Dog

Barbra Streisand Explains: Why I Cloned My Dog

Two of Barbra Streisand’s dogs, Miss Violet and Miss Scarlett, are clones of her late dog Sammie.