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Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Doesn’t Give a Dam

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Doesn’t Give a Dam

President Trump discussed his infrastructure plan with state and local officials at the White House on Monday.
Three Milwaukee Jail Officers Charged in Dehydration Death

Three Milwaukee Jail Officers Charged in Dehydration Death

Terrill Thomas, left, with Terrill Barnes, his son, in an undated photo. Prosecutors say Mr. Thomas was kept in a cell with no access to water for seven days.
Right and Left React to the Soaring Budget Deficit

Right and Left React to the Soaring Budget Deficit

President Trump on Monday at the White House. He signed a two-year spending plan last week that largely supersedes the budget his administration proposed Monday.
U.S. and Russia Revive Cold-War Game of Provocative Street Names

U.S. and Russia Revive Cold-War Game of Provocative Street Names

The spot where an opposition leader, Boris Nemtsov, was fatally shot in Moscow in 2015. Supporters still leave flowers.
Sports of The Times: Claudia Pechstein Is a 45-Year-Old Olympian. So Why Is It So Tough to Cheer?

Sports of The Times: Claudia Pechstein Is a 45-Year-Old Olympian. So Why Is It So Tough to Cheer?

Claudia Pechstein of Germany after her first speedskating race at the Olympics, last Saturday. She finished ninth.
In Iran, Environmentalists Are Now Seen as Spies

In Iran, Environmentalists Are Now Seen as Spies

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran arriving at a news conference, with a portrait of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, last week in Tehran.
How Artificial Intelligence Is Edging Its Way Into Our Lives

How Artificial Intelligence Is Edging Its Way Into Our Lives

Artificial intelligence is here. Robots were shown off recently at CES, the world’s largest consumer electronics show, in Las Vegas.
He Took a Drug to Prevent AIDS. Then He Couldn’t Get Disability Insurance.

He Took a Drug to Prevent AIDS. Then He Couldn’t Get Disability Insurance.

When Dr. Philip Cheng, a urologist in Boston, applied for disability insurance, he was given only short-term coverage. His broker said it was because Dr. Cheng took Truvada to prevent H.I.V.
What’s in the White House Budget Request?

What’s in the White House Budget Request?

President Trump’s budget proposal would increase military spending by $195 billion over the next two years.

Here Are the Places That Struggle to Meet the Rules on Safe Drinking Water

Since 1982, between 3 and 10 percent of water systems in the United States have been in violation of federal health standards each year. Rural areas are especially struggling.
15 Minutes of Fame Is Too Much. Try 6 Seconds.

15 Minutes of Fame Is Too Much. Try 6 Seconds.

The actor Nico Santos films a reaction pack of GIFs at Giphy Studios in downtown Los Angeles.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Middle East’s Coming War

Op-Ed Contributor: The Middle East’s Coming War

Remains of an Israeli F-16 fighter jet that crashed in northern Israel on Saturday, after coming under antiaircraft fire.
Jan Maxwell, Celebrated Stage Actress, Is Dead at 61

Jan Maxwell, Celebrated Stage Actress, Is Dead at 61

Jan Maxwell, left, with Bernadette Peters and Ron Raines in the musical “Follies” in 2011 at the Marquis Theater in New York. It was her last Broadway role.
Visiting Egypt, Tillerson Is Silent on Its Wave of Repression

Visiting Egypt, Tillerson Is Silent on Its Wave of Repression

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, left, met with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry in Cairo on Monday.