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Review: The Slapstick Horror of ‘The Death of Stalin’

Review: The Slapstick Horror of ‘The Death of Stalin’

From left, Steve Buscemi as Khrushchev, Adrian McLoughlin as Stalin (on the floor), Jeffrey Tambor as Malenkov, Dermot Crowley as Kaganovich, and Simon Russell Beale as Beria in Armando Iannucci’s
International Women’s Day 2018: Beyond #MeToo, With Pride, Protests and Pressure

International Women’s Day 2018: Beyond #MeToo, With Pride, Protests and Pressure

The Libération daily newspaper in France gave women a special discount for Thursday’s edition.
How We Identified Burned Villages in the Democratic Republic of Congo

How We Identified Burned Villages in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Location of satellite-recorded active fires (the flames) and residential area data (the white outlines) helped to identify remote locations that had possibly been burned.
California Today: California Today: Peter Thiel Is Leaving Silicon Valley. Will Others?

California Today: California Today: Peter Thiel Is Leaving Silicon Valley. Will Others?

Peter Thiel, one of Silicon Valley’s most successful tech entrepreneurs and investors, is the latest to proclaim the end of the valley.
Lens: Beauty, Pride and Power in Photos by Lola Flash

Lens: Beauty, Pride and Power in Photos by Lola Flash

Raven O., from the “Legends” series, featuring portraits of people who have spearheaded L.G.B.T.Q. movements.
What to Pack for 36 Hours in Auckland

What to Pack for 36 Hours in Auckland

Karen Walker is known for refining street styles in ruffle-edge dresses and cropped stovepipe pants.
Cigna to Buy Express Scripts in $52 Billion Health Care Deal

Cigna to Buy Express Scripts in $52 Billion Health Care Deal

The agreement between Cigna and Express Scripts is the latest in a flurry of deals in the past year.
Tariffs, Gun Control, International Women’s Day: Your Thursday Briefing

Tariffs, Gun Control, International Women’s Day: Your Thursday Briefing

The investigative reporter Ida B. Wells, left, and the poet Sylvia Plath are two of the famous women who never received an obituary in The Times. A new project starting today tells their stories and
New York Today: New York Today: Story of the Snowman

New York Today: New York Today: Story of the Snowman

Spotted in Central Park: the sweetest little snowman we ever did see.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Worst People

Op-Ed Columnist: The Worst People

President Trump walking off stage following a news conference on Tuesday at the White House.
Op-Ed Contributors: The Next Standing Rock? A Pipeline Battle Looms in Oregon

Op-Ed Contributors: The Next Standing Rock? A Pipeline Battle Looms in Oregon

Water not diverted by dams flows back into the Klamath River near Keno, Ore. Several dams are scheduled to be removed in 2020, but a proposed pipeline has raised fears that construction and leaks
U.S. Allies Sign Sweeping Trade Deal in Challenge to Trump

U.S. Allies Sign Sweeping Trade Deal in Challenge to Trump

A container ship being loaded at a port in Tokyo in February 2016. Japan played a leadership role in keeping the coalition of 11 countries together in a revamped Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Sam Nunberg Says He’ll Cooperate With Mueller. But What Does He Know?

Mr. Nunberg, who was one of the first people to take the idea of a Trump campaign seriously, would be in a position to tell the special counsel about the Trump campaign’s origins.
Sports of The Times: Suicides, Drug Addiction and High School Football

Sports of The Times: Suicides, Drug Addiction and High School Football

Patric Morrison, a Madison, Ind., native, played for the high school football team. Now, as the team’s coach, he has a vivid and troubling view into the community’s problems with drug addiction, child
Lionel Richie Wants to Teach You How to Be a Real ‘American Idol’

Lionel Richie Wants to Teach You How to Be a Real ‘American Idol’

Lionel Richie is one of the three judges on the ABC reboot of “American Idol.” He said he wanted to talk to the hopefuls “about the reality of what it takes to be an artist.”
Venturing Into the Swamp, Trump Dines With Major Donors

Venturing Into the Swamp, Trump Dines With Major Donors

President Trump in January in Davos, Switzerland. On Wednesday night he dined with wealthy donors at the ornate home of a prominent Washington lawyer.