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Stephen Hawking, Pennsylvania, United Airlines: Your Wednesday Briefing

Stephen Hawking, Pennsylvania, United Airlines: Your Wednesday Briefing

“People have the mistaken impression that mathematics is just equations. In fact, equations are just the boring part of mathematics.” Stephen Hawking, the physicist and best-selling author, died today
News Analysis: Strong Performance by Democrat Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania Shakes Trump and G.O.P.

News Analysis: Strong Performance by Democrat Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania Shakes Trump and G.O.P.

Conor Lamb, the Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District, claimed victory at a rally in Canonsburg, Pa., early Wednesday.
A Ballerina’s Story, Once Upon a Time in Egypt

A Ballerina’s Story, Once Upon a Time in Egypt

Magda Saleh, whose career as a ballerina in Egypt was part of a flowering of the art there during the Cold War. She now lives in Manhattan.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Germany’s National Anthem May Be Sexist. Is America’s Racist?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Germany’s National Anthem May Be Sexist. Is America’s Racist?

A 1933 German postcard showing the Brandenburg Gate Parade includes the first stanza of the German national anthem.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Gina Haspel’s Rise Is No Victory for Feminism

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Gina Haspel’s Rise Is No Victory for Feminism

A Kenyan Muslim held up a sign during a protest against terrorism-related extraordinary renditions, Nairobi, Kenya, in 2007.
Op-Ed Columnist: When Trump Takes Charge

Op-Ed Columnist: When Trump Takes Charge

President Trump at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station in San Diego on Tuesday.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Roasts Trump for Bragging That He Fired Tillerson ‘by Myself’

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Roasts Trump for Bragging That He Fired Tillerson ‘by Myself’

Jimmy Fallon said Rex Tillerson’s firing was only the latest in a string of White House dismissals. “Betsy DeVos was like, ‘Wait, how the hell am I still here?’” he said.
Tracy Morgan Is a Survivor. And ‘a Better Man Now.’

Tracy Morgan Is a Survivor. And ‘a Better Man Now.’

Four years after nearly dying in a multicar crash, Tracy Morgan is back. He has a mansion in New Jersey, complete with a home theater, and a new show on TBS, “The Last O.G.”
National School Walkout: Thousands Protest Against Gun Violence Across the U.S.

National School Walkout: Thousands Protest Against Gun Violence Across the U.S.

Students walked out of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Wednesday, one month after 17 people were killed in a shooting at the school.
The Biggest Refugee Camp Braces for Rain: ‘This Is Going to Be a Catastrophe’

The Biggest Refugee Camp Braces for Rain: ‘This Is Going to Be a Catastrophe’

With a population of nearly 600,000, the settlement near Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh is the largest refugee camp in the world.
Footsteps: In Florence, Finding the Legacy of One of Literature’s Great Couples

Footsteps: In Florence, Finding the Legacy of One of Literature’s Great Couples

Sculling on the River Arno, beneath the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, the city where the poets Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning lived for 15 years.
Why Moscow Will Never Apologize for Attack on Ex-Spy

Why Moscow Will Never Apologize for Attack on Ex-Spy

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, center, at a forum on young workers during a visit to a factory in Nizhny Tagil, Russia, this month.
Frugal Traveler: St. Louis Is as Welcoming as It Is Budget-Friendly

Frugal Traveler: St. Louis Is as Welcoming as It Is Budget-Friendly

Sugarfire Smoke House, and its baby back ribs, are culinary draws in St. Louis.
Op-Ed Columnist: Conor Lamb Roared. Republicans Should Quake.

Op-Ed Columnist: Conor Lamb Roared. Republicans Should Quake.

Supporters of Conor Lamb, Democratic candidate for Congress in Pennsylvania's 18th district, react to incoming results on election night.
The Nun in Loyola-Chicago’s Huddle Has a Few Things to Say

The Nun in Loyola-Chicago’s Huddle Has a Few Things to Say

Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, 98, has served as team chaplain for Loyola University-Chicago’s basketball program since 1994.