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California Today: California Today: How One Congressman Is Responding to Bad Press

California Today: California Today: How One Congressman Is Responding to Bad Press

Representative Devin Nunes, right, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, and Representative Peter King of New York last week.
Coming Soon to a Stage Near You: Yesteryear’s Movies

Coming Soon to a Stage Near You: Yesteryear’s Movies

A scene from “Network,” directed by Ivo van Hove, with (left and onscreen) Bryan Cranston.
Op-Ed Contributor: Is Australia’s Media Too Prudish for a Sex Scandal?

Op-Ed Contributor: Is Australia’s Media Too Prudish for a Sex Scandal?

Barnaby Joyce, deputy prime minister of Australia, at a parliament session last year.
Netanyahu, Defiant and Confident, Vows Not to Resign

Netanyahu, Defiant and Confident, Vows Not to Resign

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel used an appearance at a conference of local government officials in Tel Aviv on Wednesday to mount a detailed defense against corruption allegations.
Shaun White’s Bumpy Ride Back to the Top

Shaun White’s Bumpy Ride Back to the Top

Shaun White celebrating after finishing his final run in the halfpipe final. He scored a 97.75 to win his third gold medal.
Roses Are Red. That’s a Cliché. Here Is Your Guide to Valentine’s Day.

Roses Are Red. That’s a Cliché. Here Is Your Guide to Valentine’s Day.

Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro is one ideal place to spend Valentine’s Day.
Chasing the Deal: 10 Affordable European Getaways to Take This Spring

Chasing the Deal: 10 Affordable European Getaways to Take This Spring

Cappadocia, Turkey, is one of the destinations included in affordable spring deals to Europe (and the Anatolian peninsula).
Politician’s Affair Puts Spotlight on Australia’s Crony Culture

Politician’s Affair Puts Spotlight on Australia’s Crony Culture

Barnaby Joyce, Australia’s deputy prime minister, at an unruly Parliament session on Wednesday.
Michael Cohen, Syria, Valentine’s Day: Your Wednesday Briefing

Michael Cohen, Syria, Valentine’s Day: Your Wednesday Briefing

A bichon frisé named Flynn was awarded Best in Show at the 142nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York on Tuesday night. “It feels a little unreal,” Bill McFadden, his handler, said.
Boris Johnson Warns Against a Brexit Do-Over

Boris Johnson Warns Against a Brexit Do-Over

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson leaving 10 Downing Street, the office of the British prime minister, in London last month.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: What the White House Knew About Rob Porter

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: What the White House Knew About Rob Porter

Rob Porter, former White House staff secretary, in Washington in January.
Op-Ed Columnist: Death by Hanging in Tehran

Op-Ed Columnist: Death by Hanging in Tehran

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran delivered a speech during a rally marking the 39th anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, in Tehran, on Feb. 11.
Tough Job: Norway’s Ski Wax Chief Is Only Noticed When He Fails

Tough Job: Norway’s Ski Wax Chief Is Only Noticed When He Fails

Norway’s head wax tech, Knut Nystad, center, testing skis with Harvard Skorstad at a cross-country course in Pyeongchang, South Korea.