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9/11 Planner, Tortured by C.I.A., Asks to Tell Senators About Gina Haspel

9/11 Planner, Tortured by C.I.A., Asks to Tell Senators About Gina Haspel

Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, who was captured in 2003, wants to share “six specific paragraphs of information” about Gina Haspel, President Trump’s pick to lead the C.I.A.
What Is Kim Jong-un’s Game?

What Is Kim Jong-un’s Game?

North Korean souvenirs for sale along the Yalu River in Liaoning Province, China.
News Analysis: Behind Trump’s Termination of Iran Deal Is a Risky Bet

News Analysis: Behind Trump’s Termination of Iran Deal Is a Risky Bet

A mural on the wall of the former United States Embassy in Tehran on Tuesday. President Trump and his allies in the Middle East hope withdrawing from the nuclear deal could “break” Iran’s government.
French Skills Meet Korean Flavors at Soogil in the East Village

French Skills Meet Korean Flavors at Soogil in the East Village

The monkfish at Soogil is tender and shows off some of Mr. Lim’s French training.
An Orchestra Adopts a City, One Kid at Time

An Orchestra Adopts a City, One Kid at Time

Stephanie Ali, center left, a third grader in the OrchKids strings class; top, Deonta Carter, a fourth grader; and a practice before the OrchKids 10th anniversary concert.
Like a Tattoo, This Wedding Favor Is Forever

Like a Tattoo, This Wedding Favor Is Forever

A wedding date is tattooed on the side of a bride’s hand just before the ceremony, in Clements, Md., by the artist Robert Fiore.
On Pro Basketball: This Was Supposed to Be the Raptors’ Year. What Now?

On Pro Basketball: This Was Supposed to Be the Raptors’ Year. What Now?

The Raptors’ OG Anunoby, left, and DeMar DeRozan, right, had no answers for LeBron James during the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Beyond TV and EVOO: Rachael Ray Looks for Her Next Act

Beyond TV and EVOO: Rachael Ray Looks for Her Next Act

Rachael Ray in March at Feedback, her annual concert at Stubb’s Bar-B-Q during the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Tex. The daylong event features free music, free food and free beer.
Trump Abandons Iran Nuclear Deal He Long Scorned

Trump Abandons Iran Nuclear Deal He Long Scorned

Mr. Trump’s decision, while long anticipated and widely telegraphed, plunges America’s relations with European allies into deep uncertainty.
Unable to Excite the Base? Moderate Candidates Still Tend to Outdo Extreme Ones

Unable to Excite the Base? Moderate Candidates Still Tend to Outdo Extreme Ones

Early voting in Noblesville, Ind. Indiana is one of four states with primaries on Tuesday.
Michigan’s Discriminatory Work Requirements

Michigan’s Discriminatory Work Requirements

A very young patient in Flint, Mich. State legislators are considering imposing a work requirement on Medicaid recipients.
5 More Nike Executives Are Out Amid Inquiry Into Harassment Allegations

5 More Nike Executives Are Out Amid Inquiry Into Harassment Allegations

A Nike store in Seattle. The company is overhauling its executive ranks amid widespread allegations of harassment and bias against female workers.
Why Are So Many Democracies Breaking Down?

Why Are So Many Democracies Breaking Down?

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi met with Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing after a meeting in 2015.
Iranians Fear Deeper Crisis as Trump Ends Nuclear Deal

Iranians Fear Deeper Crisis as Trump Ends Nuclear Deal

Students clashed with police officers in riot gear around Tehran University during anti-government protests in December.
Valeant, Distancing Itself From Its Past, Will Change Its Name to Bausch Health

Valeant, Distancing Itself From Its Past, Will Change Its Name to Bausch Health

Valeant’s headquarters in Bridgewater, N.J. The drug maker’s new name, Bausch Health Companies, will take effect in July, the company said.