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Broadway’s Smallest Theater Is Reopening, This Time as a Nonprofit

Broadway’s Smallest Theater Is Reopening, This Time as a Nonprofit

The marquee of the Helen Hayes Theater, promoting the building's new nonprofit owner, Second Stage, and the production that opens next month, “Lobby Hero.”
Amazon Asked for Patience. Remarkably, Wall Street Complied.

Amazon Asked for Patience. Remarkably, Wall Street Complied.

Allen Gillespie of Fintrust Investment Advisors is one of a minority of voices from the financial world raising concerns about whether Amazon deserves such a stratospheric share price.
An ‘Iceberg’ of Unseen Crimes: Many Cyber Offenses Go Unreported

An ‘Iceberg’ of Unseen Crimes: Many Cyber Offenses Go Unreported

Col. Edwin C. Roessler Jr., the police chief in Fairfax County, Va., said better crime data offers the evidence needed to lobby government for more money or better laws.
Martin Luther King Jr. Commercial for Ram Trucks Is Swiftly Criticized

Martin Luther King Jr. Commercial for Ram Trucks Is Swiftly Criticized

A Super Bowl commercial for Ram trucks showed people helping others while the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. extolled the virtues of service. At the end, the phrase “Built to Serve” was shown.
Super Bowl, Amtrak, Ecuador: Your Monday Briefing

Super Bowl, Amtrak, Ecuador: Your Monday Briefing

The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles held his daughter, Lily, after the Super Bowl on Sunday. He threw for 373 yards and was named the game’s most valuable player as his team beat the New
Op-Ed Contributor: I Helped Sell the False Choice of War Once. It’s Happening Again.

Op-Ed Contributor: I Helped Sell the False Choice of War Once. It’s Happening Again.

Colin L. Powell, the former secretary of state, made a case for military action against Iraq to the United Nations Security Council on Feb. 5, 2003.
How Our Reporter Uncovered a Lie That Propelled an Alt-Right Extremist’s Rise

How Our Reporter Uncovered a Lie That Propelled an Alt-Right Extremist’s Rise

Elliott Kline, a.k.a. Eli Mosley, left, and Richard Spencer set up their own film shoot to promote an alt-right effort.

How an Alt-Right Leader Used a Lie to Climb the Ranks

Elliott Kline is a rising white supremacist leader. But our investigation found that his personal narrative — like much of these groups' messaging — is built on deception.
Sole Surviving Suspect in Paris Attacks Stands Trial in Belgium

Sole Surviving Suspect in Paris Attacks Stands Trial in Belgium

Security checks in Brussels on Monday before the opening of Salah Abdeslam’s trial.
Hong Kong’s Courts Have Defended Its Freedoms. Is Beijing Changing That?

Hong Kong’s Courts Have Defended Its Freedoms. Is Beijing Changing That?

Hong Kong judges at a ceremony to mark the start of 2018. The common law traditions of the city’s judiciary date from the era of British colonial rule.
Humbled in the N.B.A.’s Shadows, Tim Hardaway Jr. Returns to the Spotlight

Humbled in the N.B.A.’s Shadows, Tim Hardaway Jr. Returns to the Spotlight

Tim Hardaway Jr. is averaging 17.1 points per game in his second stint with the Knicks after signing a four-year deal this summer.