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Singing Their Way Through Retirement

Singing Their Way Through Retirement

Encore members, from left, Tony Tambasco, tenor; Liz Diamond, soprano; Howard Smith, baritone; and Tom Hoppin, bass, warm up in Falls Church, Va., with the group’s founder and director, Jeanne Kelly,

Drawing Black History: 4 Children’s Book Illustrators Show Us How

We talked to the creators of four children’s books that depict forgotten figures from black history or find new meaning in familiar ones.
China Moves to Let Xi Stay in Power by Abolishing Term Limit

China Moves to Let Xi Stay in Power by Abolishing Term Limit

President Xi Jinping of China at the Communist Party congress in Beijing last October. Current law restricts the president to two terms.
Outspoken and Precocious, Florida Students Struggle With Loss When the Cameras Turn Off

Outspoken and Precocious, Florida Students Struggle With Loss When the Cameras Turn Off

Michele Barrack hugged her daughter Samara, a freshman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., where a gunman killed 17 this month.
5 Takeaways From the Release of the Democratic Memo

5 Takeaways From the Release of the Democratic Memo

Carter Page, a former associate of the Trump campaign, was under government surveillance as part of the Russia investigation.
Russians Won’t Get to March Behind Their Flag at the Olympic Closing Ceremony

Russians Won’t Get to March Behind Their Flag at the Olympic Closing Ceremony

At a medals ceremony on Thursday, the Olympic flag represented a silver for Russian competitors in the men’s cross-country skiing team sprint free.
A List of the Companies Cutting Ties With the N.R.A.

A List of the Companies Cutting Ties With the N.R.A.

Promotional material for the National Rifle Association at the Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord National Resort in National Harbor, Md., on Thursday.
Women Are Free, and Armed, in Kurdish-Controlled Northern Syria

Women Are Free, and Armed, in Kurdish-Controlled Northern Syria

Women marching this month on the outskirts of Kobani, Syria, during a protest against a Turkish military offensive in the country. Many are waving the Rojava flag of Kurdish-controlled northern Syria.
Anti-Fascist Protesters Rally in Italy as Mussolini’s Heirs Gain Ground

Anti-Fascist Protesters Rally in Italy as Mussolini’s Heirs Gain Ground

Members of Forza Nuova, a far-right party that marches with the straight-armed salute of Mussolini, held a banner reading “Italy to the Italians” during a protest in Bologna this month.
Trump Endorses G.O.P. Fight to Keep Gerrymandered Congressional Map

Trump Endorses G.O.P. Fight to Keep Gerrymandered Congressional Map

President Trump speaking on Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Md.
Top Berlin Film Festival Prize Goes to ‘Touch Me Not’

Top Berlin Film Festival Prize Goes to ‘Touch Me Not’

The Romanian director Adina Pintilie with her Golden Bear award at the Berlin Film Festival on Saturday.
At the Olympics, Motherhood Skis Away With a Gold and a Bronze

At the Olympics, Motherhood Skis Away With a Gold and a Bronze

The Olympic gold medal winner Kikkan Randall of the United States, with her son, Breck, at the Nordic world ski championships last year.
2 Weeks After Trump Blocked It, Democrats’ Rebuttal of G.O.P. Memo Is Released

2 Weeks After Trump Blocked It, Democrats’ Rebuttal of G.O.P. Memo Is Released

Representative Adam B. Schiff, Democrat of California, pushed to release a memo from Democrats as a rebuttal to a Republican memo about the Russia investigation.
Opinion: I Was a Marine. I Don’t Want a Gun in My Classroom.

Opinion: I Was a Marine. I Don’t Want a Gun in My Classroom.

Teachers in Utah at a training session that would allow them to get a permit to carry a concealed weapon. In the wake of school shootings, some elected officials have called for teachers to keep
Opinion: Sasha Cohen: An Olympian’s Guide to Retiring at 25

Opinion: Sasha Cohen: An Olympian’s Guide to Retiring at 25

Sasha Cohen after receiving her silver medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. She retired after the 2010 United States Figure Skating Championships.
Volkswagen Settles Emissions Lawsuit in U.S.

Volkswagen Settles Emissions Lawsuit in U.S.

Volkswagen had asked to delay the trial, but a judge dismissed the request.