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Pressure Grows for U.S. Olympic Committee Chief to Step Down

Pressure Grows for U.S. Olympic Committee Chief to Step Down

Scott Blackmun, chief executive of the United States Olympic Committee, in 2017. He has been highly regarded and viewed as a stabilizing force in the organization.
Dozens of Russian Athletes Lose Appeal, Keeping Them Out of Pyeongchang Olympics

Dozens of Russian Athletes Lose Appeal, Keeping Them Out of Pyeongchang Olympics

Viktor Ahn, a short-track speedskater who has won six Olympic gold medals, was among the athletes who appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Republicans Learn to Love Deficit Spending They Once Loathed

Republicans Learn to Love Deficit Spending They Once Loathed

Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, right, the majority leader, and Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the minority leader, on Wednesday. The two agreed on a budget package that would blow through
Op-Ed Contributor: How C.E.O.s Should Spend Their Tax Cuts

Op-Ed Contributor: How C.E.O.s Should Spend Their Tax Cuts

An Amazon job fair in Illinois. The company is one of the few that has said it will use its tax-cut windfall to hire workers.
Two Prostate Cancer Drugs Delay Spread of the Disease by Two Years

Two Prostate Cancer Drugs Delay Spread of the Disease by Two Years

Ron Scolamiero of Marshfield, Mass., takes four pills of the prostate cancer drug apalutamide daily. New studies show it is one of two drugs that can stave off pain and the need for chemotherapy.
How Partisan Has House Intelligence Panel Become? It’s Building a Wall

How Partisan Has House Intelligence Panel Become? It’s Building a Wall

Democrats accuse the House Intelligence Committee’s chairman, Representative Devin Nunes of California, of using the position's coveted access to classified information for the nakedly political

New Mexico Newspaper Apologizes for Cartoon Portraying ‘Dreamers’ as Muggers

The Albuquerque Journal, a leading New Mexico newspaper, apologized for a cartoon viewed as bigoted by many readers and political leaders.
Editorial: The Great Republican Power Grab

Editorial: The Great Republican Power Grab

Joe Scarnati, the president pro tempore of the Pennsylvania State Senate.
Op-Ed Columnist: Rob Porter Is Donald Trump’s Kind of Guy

Op-Ed Columnist: Rob Porter Is Donald Trump’s Kind of Guy

Rob Porter, second from right, handing a document to President Trump on the first day of the new administration.
Cryptocurrencies Come to Campus

Cryptocurrencies Come to Campus

New York University students in a cryptocurrency course taught by David Yermack, a business and law professor. He had to find a bigger lecture hall for the 225 who signed up.

What Is a Stock Market Correction?

The S.&P. 500 entered correction territory after the sell-off in recent weeks. Here is what it means.
What Puerto Rico Is, and Isn’t, Getting in Disaster Relief

What Puerto Rico Is, and Isn’t, Getting in Disaster Relief

Damaged power lines in San Juan, P.R., in November. Senate leaders allocated $2 billion for power restoration on Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands, as part of a larger disaster relief