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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Luckiest Jews in History

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Luckiest Jews in History

Kids watched Israeli Air Force planes during training for the 70th Independence day celebrations, in Tel Aviv.
Harry Anderson, ‘Night Court’ Actor Who Bottled Magic Onscreen and Off, Dies at 65

Harry Anderson, ‘Night Court’ Actor Who Bottled Magic Onscreen and Off, Dies at 65

Harry Anderson in 1988. He was nominated for three consecutive Emmys for his role as Judge Harry Stone on “Night Court.”
What Hurricane Maria Didn’t Wreck: Puerto Rican Baseball

What Hurricane Maria Didn’t Wreck: Puerto Rican Baseball

The Cayey Toritos of the Liga de Beisbol Superior Doble A gathered for a team prayer in the dugout before a game on Sunday.
Jack Hughes Is Just 16, but His Stock Is Rising Fast

Jack Hughes Is Just 16, but His Stock Is Rising Fast

Jack Hughes, 16, played only 27 games in the United States Hockey League this season, but finished with 21 goals and 33 assists.
Tesla to Halt Production of Model 3 Cars Temporarily

Tesla to Halt Production of Model 3 Cars Temporarily

In the final week of March, Tesla made just over 2,000 Model 3 cars. It is hoping to lift that to 5,000 cars a week by the end of the second quarter.
Courtroom Drama: Producer Offers to Stage Disputed ‘Mockingbird’ for Judge

Courtroom Drama: Producer Offers to Stage Disputed ‘Mockingbird’ for Judge

Before she died in 2016, Harper Lee agreed to let Aaron Sorkin convert “To Kill A Mockingbird” into a stage drama. How much license she granted him remains an issue.
Trump Declines to Add Sanctions Against Russians, Contradicting Haley

Trump Declines to Add Sanctions Against Russians, Contradicting Haley

President Trump boarding Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Monday. He has, for now, rejected new sanctions against Russia.
Op-Ed Contributor: Beyoncé and the End of Respectability Politics

Op-Ed Contributor: Beyoncé and the End of Respectability Politics

Beyonce performed at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival.

Video Shows Police Tackling and Punching Black Harvard Student

The student, Selorm Ohene, 21, was standing naked in the median of a busy street when the Cambridge police tried to arrest him.
Chinese Tech Company Blocked From Buying American Components

Chinese Tech Company Blocked From Buying American Components

The Commerce Department’s move has effectively locked out ZTE from American technology for seven years.
Essay: What It Was Like to Run the Boston Marathon in a Freezing Deluge

Essay: What It Was Like to Run the Boston Marathon in a Freezing Deluge

As 30,000 people can tell you — and will tell you, for many years — it rained in Boston on Monday.
Was Nanny Insane When She Killed 2 Children? Jury Hears Closing Arguments

Was Nanny Insane When She Killed 2 Children? Jury Hears Closing Arguments

Yoselyn Ortega’s lawyers, Valerie Van Leer-Greenberg and Evan Van Leer-Greenberg, leaving court last month. Ms. Van Leer-Greenberg argued that Ms. Ortega had experienced paranoid delusions and bouts
James Comey’s Attacks on Trump May Hurt a Carefully Cultivated Image

James Comey’s Attacks on Trump May Hurt a Carefully Cultivated Image

James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, days before he was fired last May. Although he appears to disdain partisanship, he has sharply criticized President Trump while promoting his own book.
The New Health Care: Would Americans Accept Putting Health Care on a Budget?

The New Health Care: Would Americans Accept Putting Health Care on a Budget?

Surgical instruments in the operating room at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Maryland's experience with capped hospital spending is being closely watched.
Ryan Zinke Is Opening Up Public Lands. Just Not at Home.

Ryan Zinke Is Opening Up Public Lands. Just Not at Home.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke in Colorado last year. In an interview, Mr. Zinke said he was not treating his home state differently when it came to development.