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Op-Ed Contributor: The Cruel Ploy of Taking Immigrant Kids From Their Parents

Op-Ed Contributor: The Cruel Ploy of Taking Immigrant Kids From Their Parents

A boy from Honduras watching a movie at a Border Patrol detention center in McAllen, Tex., in 2014.
Op-Ed Contributor: Has Jared Kushner Conspired to Defraud America?

Op-Ed Contributor: Has Jared Kushner Conspired to Defraud America?

Jared Kushner, the president’s senior adviser, has conducted foreign policy without officially disclosing all the personal interests he may have been serving.
Trump’s Nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize Was Apparently Forged. Twice.

Trump’s Nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize Was Apparently Forged. Twice.

Olav Njolstad, the secretary of the five-member Norwegian Nobel Committee, said Wednesday that a nomination of President Trump appeared to be a fake.
On Campus: Ruth Simmons on Cultivating the Next Generation of College Students

On Campus: Ruth Simmons on Cultivating the Next Generation of College Students

After a five-year retirement, Ruth Simmons recently became the president of Prairie View A&M University.
Rev. Billy Graham Lies in Honor at U.S. Capitol for Day of Remembrance

Rev. Billy Graham Lies in Honor at U.S. Capitol for Day of Remembrance

Rev. Billy Graham’s body laid in honor in the Capitol Rotunda for a daylong memorial ahead of his funeral in North Carolina on Friday.

Snowstorm Called ‘Beast From the East’ Sends Britons Scrambling

The storm shut schools, stranded drivers and disrupted trains and flights. But others said, “These Brits are so dramatic.”
A Political Satire on Stage, and Not About Trump

A Political Satire on Stage, and Not About Trump

“The Low Road,” at the Public Theater, was inspired by the 2007 global financial crisis. From left, Michael Greif, the director, and Bruce Norris, the playwright.
Lens: Indians Celebrating India at Houston FotoFest

Lens: Indians Celebrating India at Houston FotoFest

“Mehr-un-Nissa," 2016. From the series “Impersonations.”
Immigration Agency Rails Against Oakland Mayor’s Warning of Raids

Immigration Agency Rails Against Oakland Mayor’s Warning of Raids

Protesters outside an ICE office. The agency said a warning from the Oakland mayor prevented its officers from arresting hundreds of undocumented immigrants.
Bill Banning Circumcision in Iceland Alarms Religious Groups

Bill Banning Circumcision in Iceland Alarms Religious Groups

Midday prayers at the Reykjavík Mosque in Iceland. Muslims in Iceland are concerned about a proposed ban on circumcision punishable by up to six years in prison.
Art Review: A Maverick of Japanese Photography, Bound Tight to Ritual

Art Review: A Maverick of Japanese Photography, Bound Tight to Ritual

Nobuyoshi Araki’s “Marvelous Tales of Black Ink,” from 2007, at the Museum of Sex. For more than 50 years, the photographer (seen here) has pushed the limits of free expression.
At the Capitol, Tributes to the Rev. Billy Graham

At the Capitol, Tributes to the Rev. Billy Graham

Rev. Billy Graham’s body laid in honor in the Capitol Rotunda for a daylong memorial ahead of his funeral in North Carolina on Friday.
Scared but Resilient, Stoneman Douglas Students Return to Class

Scared but Resilient, Stoneman Douglas Students Return to Class

Students and parents passed by a memorial on their way to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in Parkland, Fla., on Wednesday.
Trilobites: No Sign of Newborn North Atlantic Whales This Breeding Season

Trilobites: No Sign of Newborn North Atlantic Whales This Breeding Season

A North Atlantic right whale swimming in Cape Cod Bay, near Duxbury, Mass., in 2015.