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Op-Ed Columnist: Melania Knew

Op-Ed Columnist: Melania Knew

President Trump and his wife, Melania, leaving Air Force One on March 2.
East River Helicopter Crash Kills 5 in New York; Pilot Survives

East River Helicopter Crash Kills 5 in New York; Pilot Survives

Members of the New York Fire Department at the East River after a helicopter crashed into the water off Manhattan on Sunday. Five passengers died and the pilot survived.
Op-Ed Columnist: Big Sugar Versus Your Body

Op-Ed Columnist: Big Sugar Versus Your Body

A shopper in Secaucus, N.J., choosing from an array of sodas lining the shelves of a major retailer.
On Golf: He Stuck to Golf: Tiger Woods, Roaring Back, Ties for 2nd

On Golf: He Stuck to Golf: Tiger Woods, Roaring Back, Ties for 2nd

Tiger Woods could easily have walked away from golf when his injuries began to pile up, but instead he kept pushing and is now thriving. He shot a final-round one-under 70 on Sunday to finish tied for
Editorial: ‘Never Again,’ Holocaust Museum Tells Burmese Leader

Editorial: ‘Never Again,’ Holocaust Museum Tells Burmese Leader

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has decided to rescind its human-rights award to Daw Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar.
‘Punish a Muslim Day’ Letters Rattle U.K. Communities

‘Punish a Muslim Day’ Letters Rattle U.K. Communities

Muslims praying outside a mosque in Barking, England. Anonymous hate letters targeting Muslims have spurred fear and police investigations.
Racial Justice Drives Fight for, and Against, Legal Pot in New Jersey

Racial Justice Drives Fight for, and Against, Legal Pot in New Jersey

State Senator Ronald L. Rice, a Democrat from Newark, believes efforts to legalize the recreational use of marijuana would enrich white entrepreneurs while creating problems in African-American
The Mideast Peace Plan Is Nearly Finished. Is It Dead on Arrival?

The Mideast Peace Plan Is Nearly Finished. Is It Dead on Arrival?

President Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel last week. Mr. Netanyahu faces indictment on fraud charges, throwing a complication into Mr. Trump’s unveiling of a Middle East peace
Lotto Tickets Are Nice, Boss, but Can I Have My Bonus?

Lotto Tickets Are Nice, Boss, but Can I Have My Bonus?

To skeptics, an abortive United Airlines plan to adopt a sweepstakes approach to bonuses illustrated a fundamental flaw in using gamelike methods in the workplace.
A Heartland Company Leads the Media Race

A Heartland Company Leads the Media Race

A 24-foot sculpture of a trowel by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen sits outside the Meredith headquarters in Des Moines.
N.C.A.A. Tournament Bracket: Upset Picks for Each Region

N.C.A.A. Tournament Bracket: Upset Picks for Each Region

Virginia players celebrated after beating North Carolina in the A.C.C. championship game.
Trump Disputes Times Report on His Legal Team

Trump Disputes Times Report on His Legal Team

Emmet T. Flood, left, in 2007, when he was the White House special counsel under George W. Bush.
Review: Paul Taylor Classics Outshine New Dances (His and Others’)

Review: Paul Taylor Classics Outshine New Dances (His and Others’)

Alex Clayton performing in the premiere of “Concertiana” with fellow members of Paul Taylor American Modern Dance.
New England Braces for Third Nor’easter in Less Than Two Weeks

New England Braces for Third Nor’easter in Less Than Two Weeks

Drivers leaving Boston on March 7 ahead of a storm. New Hampshire and Maine could see more than a foot of snow, and Boston as much as eight inches, a forecaster said.
Op-Ed Contributor: An Unprecedented Peace Offer to the Taliban

Op-Ed Contributor: An Unprecedented Peace Offer to the Taliban

President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan, right, and the country’s first lady, Rula Ghani, left, pray during the Kabul Process conference at the Afghan presidential palace on Feb. 28.
Op-Ed Contributor: Emmerson Mnangagwa: ‘We Are Bringing About the New Zimbabwe’

Op-Ed Contributor: Emmerson Mnangagwa: ‘We Are Bringing About the New Zimbabwe’

Members of the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union’s youth league were addressed by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on March 7 in the capital, Harare.
Marine Le Pen Proposes New Name for National Front

Marine Le Pen Proposes New Name for National Front

France’s far-right leader Marine Le Pen at a National Front party congress in Lille, France, on Sunday.
News Analysis: A Sudden Promotion Raises Questions in the Brussels Bubble

News Analysis: A Sudden Promotion Raises Questions in the Brussels Bubble

The European Parliament is scheduled to debate on Monday the quick, quiet rise of Martin Selmayr, the chief of staff of the European Commission’s president.