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No More Sex Between Ministers and Staff, Australia’s Prime Minister Declares

No More Sex Between Ministers and Staff, Australia’s Prime Minister Declares

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia in Parliament in Canberra on Thursday. Sexual relationships between ministers and subordinates are “a very bad workplace practice,” he said.
Florida Shooting: Nikolas Cruz Confessed to Police That He Began Shooting Students ‘in the Hallways’

Florida Shooting: Nikolas Cruz Confessed to Police That He Began Shooting Students ‘in the Hallways’

The mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., was one of the deadliest in American history.
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Bangkok

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Bangkok

The entrance to Ba Hao, a bar in Bangkok's Chinatown district.
Senate Leaders Reconsider Ban on Pell Grants for Prisoners

Senate Leaders Reconsider Ban on Pell Grants for Prisoners

Part of the Sing Sing Correctional Facility complex in Ossining, N.Y.
News Analysis: Trump Gets What He Wants in Immigration Debate: Quiet on the Right

News Analysis: Trump Gets What He Wants in Immigration Debate: Quiet on the Right

President Trump with from left, Senators John Cornyn of Texas, James Lankford of Oklahoma and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. His risky gamble on the immigration plan seems to have been a winning
F.C.C. Watchdog Looks Into Changes That Benefited Sinclair

F.C.C. Watchdog Looks Into Changes That Benefited Sinclair

Ajit Pai, the F.C.C. chairman, has moved aggressively to relax media ownership rules.
Floyd Cardoz Pivots Again, for an Elusive Ingredient: Fun

Floyd Cardoz Pivots Again, for an Elusive Ingredient: Fun

The chef Floyd Cardoz at his SoHo restaurant, Paowalla. It will close and be reopened as the Bombay Bread Bar.
Lens: A Times Photographer’s Journey Home to the Winter Olympics

Lens: A Times Photographer’s Journey Home to the Winter Olympics

Miu Suzaki and Ryuichi Kihara of Japan competing at the Gangneung Ice Arena in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Taking On Austria’s Nazi Legacy With His Own Blood and Tears

Taking On Austria’s Nazi Legacy With His Own Blood and Tears

Günter Brus at his home in Graz, Austria. “The aim was to break taboos,” he said of his actions. “My art doesn’t just stink in the physical space but smells in the souls of the people.”
Trump Rules: How $225,000 Can Help Secure a Pollution Loophole at Trump’s E.P.A.

Trump Rules: How $225,000 Can Help Secure a Pollution Loophole at Trump’s E.P.A.

The big rigs on Fitzgerald’s lot in Crossville, Tenn., house rebuilt diesel engines and are exempt from rules on modern emissions controls.
The Most Dominant Force at the Olympics? Wind

The Most Dominant Force at the Olympics? Wind

Workers at the Gangneung Olympic Park struggled on Wednesday against the wind, which caused problems all across the Games this week.
SURFACING: EXPLORING COMMUNITIES : The ‘Black Panther’ Enthusiasts Who Are Changing Cosplay: ‘We’re Helping People See Us as Heroes’

SURFACING: EXPLORING COMMUNITIES : The ‘Black Panther’ Enthusiasts Who Are Changing Cosplay: ‘We’re Helping People See Us as Heroes’

Noah Trotter, 21, on the roof of his parents’ home, in a costume inspired by the film “Black Panther.” “The cosplay world may not be ready for this. It’s going to be lit,” he said of the soundtrack by
Op-Ed Contributor: Who Keeps Britain’s Trains Running? Europe

Op-Ed Contributor: Who Keeps Britain’s Trains Running? Europe

Staff members walk past a Eurostar e320 train at St. Pancras station in London.
As Shots Ring Out, a Student Texts: ‘If I Don’t Make It, I Love You’

As Shots Ring Out, a Student Texts: ‘If I Don’t Make It, I Love You’

Students and parents after a gunman shot and killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Wednesday.