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It’s Crazy Mikaela Shiffrin Will Aim for Three Skiing Golds. It’s Crazier She May Get Them

Her mom/coach denied her a birthday party, so serious is Shiffrin, 22, training for rare wins across across skiing’s varied disciplines.
Militants Storm Indian Army Base, Killing Soldiers and a Civilian

Militants Storm Indian Army Base, Killing Soldiers and a Civilian

Police officers securing an area of a military base in the Jammu and Kashmir region on Saturday.
Liberals Wanted Fiscal Stimulus. Conservatives Delivered It.

Liberals Wanted Fiscal Stimulus. Conservatives Delivered It.

President Obama discussed fiscal stimulus in a meeting with governors in 2010. At the time, Republicans were typically more focused on the debt.
Court Takes an Activist Role in Pakistan. Not Everyone Sees It as Just.

Court Takes an Activist Role in Pakistan. Not Everyone Sees It as Just.

The Supreme Court in Islamabad, Pakistan. Supporters of the leading political party accuse the judiciary of acting on behalf of the military, which has long held the levers of power in Pakistan.
On TV, France’s New President Is Young, Centrist and Female

On TV, France’s New President Is Young, Centrist and Female

Anna Mouglalis, left, as President Amélie Dorendeu, and Kad Merad as the Machiavellian politician Philippe Rickwaert in the French television series “Baron Noir.”
It’s Crazy Mikaela Shiffrin Will Aim for 3 Skiing Golds. It’s Crazier She May Get Them.

It’s Crazy Mikaela Shiffrin Will Aim for 3 Skiing Golds. It’s Crazier She May Get Them.

No Alpine skier, man or woman, has ever won more than three gold medals in one Olympics. Mikaela Shiffrin has her sights set on three in Pyeongchang.
‘No Fire, No Fury?’ Trump Is on Board With a Jeanine Pirro Book to Rebut Michael Wolff

‘No Fire, No Fury?’ Trump Is on Board With a Jeanine Pirro Book to Rebut Michael Wolff

Jeanine Pirro, the Fox News personality and longtime friend of President Trump, is likely to write an account that is highly favorable to him.
After Settling With Uber, Waymo Faces Bigger Challenges

After Settling With Uber, Waymo Faces Bigger Challenges

A Waymo self-driving car. The company grew out of Google’s seminal autonomous vehicle project and is nearly a decade into an effort that aims to change the very nature of transportation.
Yu Darvish and Cubs Said to Agree to $126 Million Deal

Yu Darvish and Cubs Said to Agree to $126 Million Deal

Yu Darvish, who was perhaps the most prominent pitcher left on the frigid open market this winter, is set to join the Cubs.
Two Ohio Police Officers Killed Responding to 911 Hangup Call, Officials Say

Two Ohio Police Officers Killed Responding to 911 Hangup Call, Officials Say

Officers Eric Joering and Anthony Morelli were fatally shot answering a 911 hangup call in Ohio on Saturday.
Fired Pentagon Official Was Exploring Plea Deals for 9/11 Suspects at Guantánamo

Fired Pentagon Official Was Exploring Plea Deals for 9/11 Suspects at Guantánamo

The Pentagon gave no reason for the firing of Harvey Rishikof, who oversaw military commissions trials at Guantánamo Bay.
South Korea Goes Wild for Short-Track Speedskating (and Its First Gold)

South Korea Goes Wild for Short-Track Speedskating (and Its First Gold)

Lim Hyo-jun, right, became South Korea’s first gold medal winner at these Winter Games, winning the men’s 1,500 short-track speedskating final on Saturday at Gangneung Ice Arena.
He Fought for Iran’s Environment and Was Arrested. Now, He’s Dead.

He Fought for Iran’s Environment and Was Arrested. Now, He’s Dead.

Kavous Seyed Emami, an Iranian-Canadian environmentalist, died in a Tehran prison on Friday, his son said.