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Paul Ryan Is Leaving. Who’s Running for His Seat?

Paul Ryan Is Leaving. Who’s Running for His Seat?

Paul D. Ryan at a news conference on Wednesday in Washington. His announcement that he will not run for re-election opens up a House seat in Wisconsin’s First Congressional District, a traditionally
Op-Ed Columnist: Staring Down on Syria

Op-Ed Columnist: Staring Down on Syria

The Syrian Army advancing near Douma on April 8.
White House Memo: Trump’s Tweets on Syria, Russia and China: The Triumph of Contradiction

White House Memo: Trump’s Tweets on Syria, Russia and China: The Triumph of Contradiction

President Trump’s recent tweets on foreign policy have contradicted many of his administration’s own positions and have left officials more bewildered than usual.
Knicks Fire Coach Jeff Hornacek

Knicks Fire Coach Jeff Hornacek

Coach Jeff Hornacek was fired by the Knicks shortly after the conclusion of the 2017-18 season.
Holocaust Is Fading From Memory, Survey Finds

Holocaust Is Fading From Memory, Survey Finds

Survivors of Auschwitz returned to the camp in January 2017, on the 72nd anniversary of its liberation. In a recent survey, 41 percent of American adults did not know what Auschwitz was.
Paul Ryan, Facebook, Syria: Your Thursday Briefing

Paul Ryan, Facebook, Syria: Your Thursday Briefing

National Guard troops in Starr County, Tex., along the border with Mexico. “They’re going to be there, I perceive, for a long time,” Gov. Greg Abbott said.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trump Wants America to Revert to the Queens of His Childhood

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trump Wants America to Revert to the Queens of His Childhood

Donald J. Trump’s childhood home in the Jamaica Estates section of Queens.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Dissenting Against the Supreme Court’s Rightward Shift

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Dissenting Against the Supreme Court’s Rightward Shift

Judge Stephen Reinhardt of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in 2010. Rulings by Judge Reinhardt, who died last month, frequently caught the attention of the Supreme Court.
Lots of Fish on the Screen

Lots of Fish on the Screen

Audra Van Duinen was fly fishing on the Provo River in Heber City, Utah, when her husband snapped this photo with a brown trout. “The moment after I picked up a fly rod, I haven’t looked back,” she
Mark Zuckerberg Has a Lot of Homework to Do

Mark Zuckerberg Has a Lot of Homework to Do

Mark Zuckerberg's seat in the House. Lawmakers had many questions he couldn't answer.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Bids Paul Ryan Farewell

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Bids Paul Ryan Farewell

“Republicans are with you, Paul,” Stephen Colbert said, referring to a tweet from President Trump. “And by ‘with you,’ they mean leaving office in November.”
The Gladiators of ‘Scandal’ Leave the Arena

The Gladiators of ‘Scandal’ Leave the Arena

In Olivia Pope, as portrayed by Kerry Washington (left), Shonda Rhimes (right) created one of the most memorable antiheroes, let alone one of the more complex black characters, on television.