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Op-Ed Contributor: Fifteen Years Ago, America Destroyed My Country

Op-Ed Contributor: Fifteen Years Ago, America Destroyed My Country

A statue of Saddam Hussein in front of the burning National Olympic Committee in Baghdad, Iraq, in 2003.
Op-Ed Contributor: To Defend America, Don’t Overreach

Op-Ed Contributor: To Defend America, Don’t Overreach

An American soldier watched as a statue of Saddam Hussein was pulled down in central Baghdad in April 2003. The invasion of Iraq began 15 years ago Tuesday.
The Shift: How Facebook’s Data Sharing Went From Feature to Bug

The Shift: How Facebook’s Data Sharing Went From Feature to Bug

Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook chief executive, with a group of entrepreneurs and innovators in November. He has encouraged developers to connect apps and programs to Facebook’s platform.
Editorial: The Wrong People Are Criticizing Donald Trump

Editorial: The Wrong People Are Criticizing Donald Trump

Andrew McCabe during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing in May.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump and Trade and Zombies

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump and Trade and Zombies

A 2011 Occupy Wall Street demonstration. Some zombie ideas — bad ideas that won’t die — are still embraced by Republicans, like trickle-down economics.
New York Subway’s On-Time Performance Hits New Low

New York Subway’s On-Time Performance Hits New Low

The percentage of New York subway trains arriving at stations on time slid to a new low in January.
Facebook Exit Hints at Dissent on Handling of Russian Trolls

Facebook Exit Hints at Dissent on Handling of Russian Trolls

Alex Stamos, the chief information security officer for Facebook. He has urged more disclosure over Russian activity on Facebook.
Nonfiction: The Revolution Has Been Televised

Nonfiction: The Revolution Has Been Televised

A scene from “Girls,” with Riz Ahmed and Lena Dunham.
YouTube May Add to the Burdens of Humble Wikipedia

YouTube May Add to the Burdens of Humble Wikipedia

At South by Southwest last week, YouTube’s chief executive, Susan Wojcicki, announced that the company would enlist Wikipedia’s help to deal with the proliferation of conspiracy theories and
Mighty Women Warriors, Resurrected From an Ancient Epic

Mighty Women Warriors, Resurrected From an Ancient Epic

A rehearsal of “Forty Girls” in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The musical retells an ancient epic of female warriors in Central Asia who resisted male invaders, fighting to the death rather than submit to the
Supreme Court Won’t Block New Pennsylvania Voting Maps

Supreme Court Won’t Block New Pennsylvania Voting Maps

Voters at a polling station in April 2016 in Philadelphia.

Facebook and Other Tech Companies Drag Down Stock Markets

Shares of technology companies plunged as investors fretted that tougher government oversight could hurt the sector’s profits.
‘Serial Bomber’ Is Suspected in Explosions That Have Put Austin on Edge

‘Serial Bomber’ Is Suspected in Explosions That Have Put Austin on Edge

F.B.I. agents at the scene of Sunday night’s explosion in the Travis Country neighborhood of Austin, Tex.
Russia Credits the West for Putin’s Big Victory

Russia Credits the West for Putin’s Big Victory

At the Kremlin on Monday, President Vladimir V. Putin, left, met with the opposition candidates who ran against him in the presidential election: Vladimir V. Zhirinovsky, shaking hands with the
Op-Ed Contributor: China’s New Central Banker Is Just as Important as the Fed’s

Op-Ed Contributor: China’s New Central Banker Is Just as Important as the Fed’s

Yi Gang, who has just been named the new head of the People’s Bank of China.