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Kushner Resists Losing Access as Kelly Tackles Security Clearance Issues

Kushner Resists Losing Access as Kelly Tackles Security Clearance Issues

Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law, is one of dozens of White House officials operating under interim security clearances because of issues raised by the F.B.I. during their background
Venezuela Launches Virtual Currency, Hoping to Resuscitate Economy

Venezuela Launches Virtual Currency, Hoping to Resuscitate Economy

President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela spoke at a news conference in Caracas on Tuesday about the launch of an oil-backed digital currency called the petro.
Review: In ‘Kings,’ Washington Is Where Idealism Goes to Die

Review: In ‘Kings,’ Washington Is Where Idealism Goes to Die

A debate between Zach Grenier, as an entrenched Texas senator, and Eisa Davis, as his upstart opponent, is a highlight of Sarah Burgess’s play “Kings” at the Public Theater.
Op-Ed Contributor: Who Needs Congressional Districts?

Op-Ed Contributor: Who Needs Congressional Districts?

Outside a polling station in Aliquippa, Pa., on Election Day in 2016.
Right-Wing Media Uses Parkland Shooting as Conspiracy Fodder

Right-Wing Media Uses Parkland Shooting as Conspiracy Fodder

David Hogg, a 17-year-old student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., has called on lawmakers to enact tougher restrictions on guns.
D.C. Schools Chancellor Resigns Amid Outcry Over Daughter’s School Transfer

D.C. Schools Chancellor Resigns Amid Outcry Over Daughter’s School Transfer

Antwan Wilson with members of the Oakland, Calif., Unified School District in 2015, when he led that school system.
With Grief and Hope, Florida Students Take Gun Control Fight On the Road

With Grief and Hope, Florida Students Take Gun Control Fight On the Road

Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School before boarding buses for Tallahassee on Tuesday.

Op-Ed Contributor: I Interned for Senator Rubio. Now I’m Begging Him to Act on Guns.

A graduate of Stoneman Douglas High School has been close to four mass shootings in Florida. She wants last week’s to be the last.
Figure Skating Warm-Ups Can Cement Confidence. They Can Also Cause Chaos.

Figure Skating Warm-Ups Can Cement Confidence. They Can Also Cause Chaos.

Alex Shibutani, left, with his fellow Americans Madison Chock and Evan Bates during the warm-up period for their group for the short program in ice dancing on Monday.
Good News: A.I. Is Getting Cheaper. That’s Also Bad News.

Good News: A.I. Is Getting Cheaper. That’s Also Bad News.

A drone made by a company called Skydio that can follow a person without human interaction uses widely available parts and open-source software.
Op-Ed Contributor: How to Monitor Fake News

Op-Ed Contributor: How to Monitor Fake News

Displays showing social media posts were shown at a congressional hearing in November about Russian interference in the election.
Lindsey Vonn Settles for Bronze in Downhill; Sofia Goggia Takes Gold

Lindsey Vonn Settles for Bronze in Downhill; Sofia Goggia Takes Gold

Lindsey Vonn won the third Olympic medal of her career on Wednesday in the women’s downhill.
A Defender of Assange Says She’s Fighting for All

A Defender of Assange Says She’s Fighting for All

Melinda Taylor, an Australian attorney, in The Hague, in December. She has represented contentious figures like Julian Assange and Seif al-Islam el-Qaddafi.
Op-Ed Columnist: Get Out of Facebook and Into the N.R.A.’s Face

Op-Ed Columnist: Get Out of Facebook and Into the N.R.A.’s Face

Cameron Kasky, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, speaking at a rally in Florida on Monday.
New York Times Leads Polk Winners With Four Awards

New York Times Leads Polk Winners With Four Awards

A special award given for coverage of connections between the Trump campaign and Russia was shared between staffs at The Washington Post and The New York Times.
On Social Media, Lax Enforcement Lets Impostor Accounts Thrive

On Social Media, Lax Enforcement Lets Impostor Accounts Thrive

Erin Barnes, a publicist and writer, learned that an automated “bot” account on Twitter was using her name, her portrait and a photograph of her husband and daughter. “It makes my skin crawl,” she
Elizabeth Swaney, Viral Olympic Skier, Says She Put Her Whole Heart Into Her Halfpipe

Elizabeth Swaney, Viral Olympic Skier, Says She Put Her Whole Heart Into Her Halfpipe

Elizabeth Swaney came in 24th, last place, in the women’s ski halfpipe competition, but her runs got plenty of attention.

Trump Moves to Regulate ‘Bump Stock’ Devices

The president asked the Justice Department to propose regulations that would ban “bump stocks,” which can convert a semiautomatic gun into an automatic weapon.