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Opinion: What Bitcoin Reveals About Financial Markets

Opinion: What Bitcoin Reveals About Financial Markets

Bitcoin futures being traded on the Chicago Board Options Exchange.
Cavaliers Dealing Isaiah Thomas to Lakers and Dwyane Wade to Heat in Radical Restructuring

Cavaliers Dealing Isaiah Thomas to Lakers and Dwyane Wade to Heat in Radical Restructuring

The Cleveland Cavaliers are trading Isaiah Thomas to the Lakers amid reported locker room tension.
Trilobites: These Skates Are Made for Walking

Trilobites: These Skates Are Made for Walking

Little skates and land vertebrates shared a common ancestor that lived about 420 million years ago. They are closely related to sharks and rays.
Opinion: Will North Korea Win the Gold Medal for Deceit?

Opinion: Will North Korea Win the Gold Medal for Deceit?

Skiers from North and South Korea at Masikryong, a multimillion-dollar resort about 100 miles east of Pyongyang.
What’s Hidden in the Senate Spending Bill?

What’s Hidden in the Senate Spending Bill?

Television crews set up in the rotunda of the Russell Senate Office Building waiting to interview lawmakers on Wednesday. The Senate is expected to vote on a spending bill on Thursday.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Military Is Not a Political Prop

Op-Ed Contributor: The Military Is Not a Political Prop

Military personnel saluting President Trump at the commissioning ceremony for the aircraft carrier Gerald Ford.

Stocks Plunge as Market Enters ‘Correction’ Territory

Wall Street, roiled this week by the most turbulence in years, broke from a brief respite on Thursday, entering a market correction.

Before the Gun at a Biathlon Race

When the pressure starts to build, Lowell Bailey wonders: “Can I do this?” Then he looks at the snow ahead and imagines himself as a bow with an arrow drawn, ready to accelerate.
2 of ISIS’ Infamous British Fighters Are Captured by Syrian Kurds

2 of ISIS’ Infamous British Fighters Are Captured by Syrian Kurds

A member of the American-backed Syrian Democratic Forces in October inside a prison built by Islamic State fighters in Raqqa, Syria. The group is said to have detained two Britons infamous for their
Review: An Anthology of B-List Broadway in ‘Hey, Look Me Over!’

Review: An Anthology of B-List Broadway in ‘Hey, Look Me Over!’

Vanessa Williams, with members of the ensemble, performing a number from “Jamaica” as part of the revue “Hey, Look Me Over!”

Opinion: President Trump’s Best People

From Rex Tillerson to Gary Cohn, Hope Hicks and others. Here is the parade of characters who just couldn’t hold on to their White House jobs.
Art Looted by Nazis Gets a New Space at the Louvre. But Is It Really Home?

Art Looted by Nazis Gets a New Space at the Louvre. But Is It Really Home?

Paintings looted or bought by German occupiers during World War II were recently put on display together at the Louvre in Paris.
Far From Winding Down, Syria’s War Escalates on Multiple Fronts

Far From Winding Down, Syria’s War Escalates on Multiple Fronts

A Syrian Civil Defense member carrying a wounded child in the besieged town of Hamoria, in Eastern Ghouta, last month.
What South Koreans Really Think of the Olympic Thaw

What South Koreans Really Think of the Olympic Thaw

South Koreans holding “unification flags” at a hockey game between South Korea and North Korea in 2017. The two Koreas will have a joint women’s hockey team at the Games.
Review: Finally, the Audience Is ‘Fifty Shades Freed’

Review: Finally, the Audience Is ‘Fifty Shades Freed’

Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson in “Fifty Shades Freed.”
Netanyahu Lashes Out as Israeli Police Wrap Up Graft Inquiries

Netanyahu Lashes Out as Israeli Police Wrap Up Graft Inquiries

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel with his wife, Sara, in Davos, Switzerland, in January. He faces two corruption investigations.
Ellsworth Kelly’s Temple for Light

Ellsworth Kelly’s Temple for Light

Ellsworth Kelly’s ‘‘Austin,’’ the artist’s final work and only building, which opens this month at the University of Texas’s Blanton Museum of Art.