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Op-Ed Contributor: What Makes Putin So Popular at Home? His Reputation Abroad

Op-Ed Contributor: What Makes Putin So Popular at Home? His Reputation Abroad

Supporters of Russian President Vladimir Putin attended a rally concert celebrating the fourth anniversary of Russia’s annexation of Crimea at Nakhimov Square in Sevastopol, Republic of Crimea, Russia
Russia, Robert Mueller, Miami: Your Friday Briefing

Russia, Robert Mueller, Miami: Your Friday Briefing

Several cars were crushed when a pedestrian bridge at Florida International University in Miami collapsed on Thursday. The walkway had not yet opened to the public.
As Brooklyn Towers Soar, a Sinking Feeling for Developers

As Brooklyn Towers Soar, a Sinking Feeling for Developers

The King and Sullivan development, a 22-townhouse complex, in Red Hook.
The Judge Will Hear Your 223,000 Excuses Now

The Judge Will Hear Your 223,000 Excuses Now

Metin Kurtulus had trash on his lot on Staten Island. He said other people dumped it there, repeatedly. He was fined anyway.
Brazil’s Jaw-Dropping Corruption Scandal Comes to Netflix

Brazil’s Jaw-Dropping Corruption Scandal Comes to Netflix

With “The Mechanism,” the Brazilian director and screenwriter José Padilha explores the sweeping corruption and kickback scheme that has engulfed Brazil.
Big Names and Big Money in Illinois as Governor Faces Challenges on All Sides

Big Names and Big Money in Illinois as Governor Faces Challenges on All Sides

J.B. Pritzker, a billionaire heir and entrepreneur who is running as a Democratic candidate for governor.
Cynthia Nixon Hints at a Run, and Cuomo Flexes His Muscle

Cynthia Nixon Hints at a Run, and Cuomo Flexes His Muscle

The actress Cynthia Nixon speaking at the inauguration of Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2014. She has been consulting with seasoned Democratic strategists ahead of a possible primary challenge to Gov.

Why the Tax Law Might Make Your Car Payments Go Up

The United States just started another epic borrowing binge. And if you borrow money — through a credit card, a mortgage or an auto loan — you could end up paying the price.
Zaha Hadid’s Desert Think Tank: Environmental Beauty and Efficiency

Zaha Hadid’s Desert Think Tank: Environmental Beauty and Efficiency

The King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The center, designed by Zaha Hadid, has angular, tentlike pavilions perforated by triangulated windows.
‘This Is Not a Drill’: 11 Students on the Terror of Lockdowns

‘This Is Not a Drill’: 11 Students on the Terror of Lockdowns

People walk out of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School following a shooting at the school that killed 17 people, Feb. 14, 2018 in Parkland, Florida.
Pursuits: In Spanish Basque Country, Sampling Cider and an Ancient Ritual

Pursuits: In Spanish Basque Country, Sampling Cider and an Ancient Ritual

Lunch is paired with cider tastings at Petritegi, a sagardotegi, or traditional Basque cider house, in Astigarraga, Spain.
The New Old Age: A Quiet Drug Problem Among the Elderly

The New Old Age: A Quiet Drug Problem Among the Elderly

Jessica Falstein began taking Klonopin for an anxiety disorder in 1992. She spent the last five years trying to wean herself from some of her medications.

A Composer of Dark Explosions Turns 100

A scene from the Lincoln Center Festival’s production of Zimmermann’s opera “Die Soldaten” at the Park Avenue Armory in 2008.
Nonfiction: A Matter of Life and Death

Nonfiction: A Matter of Life and Death

Kevin Toolis as child in County Mayo, Ireland.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Kimmel Pitches for Stormy Daniels’s Legal Fund

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Kimmel Pitches for Stormy Daniels’s Legal Fund

Jimmy Kimmel encouraged his audience to pitch in to help Stephanie Clifford — known as Stormy Daniels in her films — get out of a nondisclosure agreement with President Trump.
When Xi Speaks, Chinese Officials Jump. Maybe Too High.

When Xi Speaks, Chinese Officials Jump. Maybe Too High.

President Xi Jinping at a session of China’s legislature in Beijing on Thursday. The end of a limit on his tenure could undermine the second-guessing that prevents policy missteps.
A Bold, Divisive Plan to Wean Californians From Cars

A Bold, Divisive Plan to Wean Californians From Cars

Taller buildings could be coming to an Oakland neighborhood along the rapid-transit line to San Francisco if the State Legislature approves a bill that would override local zoning restrictions.
Court Overturns Obama-Era Rule on Retirement Planners

Court Overturns Obama-Era Rule on Retirement Planners

A Labor Department rule required financial advisers to act as fiduciaries when providing advice related to a client’s retirement account.