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Facebook Aims to Soothe Wall Street Over News Feed Changes

Facebook Aims to Soothe Wall Street Over News Feed Changes

“We have a responsibility to fully understand how our services are used and amplify the good,” Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, said on Wednesday.
6,900 Syrians Win Permission to Stay in the U.S., for Now

6,900 Syrians Win Permission to Stay in the U.S., for Now

Radwan Ziadeh, a Syrian dissident who was denied political asylum last year, has been allowed to remain in the United States under the Temporary Protected Status program.
Ordering Guantánamo to Stay Open Is One Thing, but Refilling It Is Another

Ordering Guantánamo to Stay Open Is One Thing, but Refilling It Is Another

A United States officer in 2016 at the entrance to the United States prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Birth Control Problems

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Birth Control Problems

Stormy Daniels, who reportedly was paid hush money over a one-night stand with President Trump in 2006, said he didn’t use a condom.
Trump’s Environmental Rollbacks Were Fast. It Could Get Messy in Court.

Trump’s Environmental Rollbacks Were Fast. It Could Get Messy in Court.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke at the Heritage Foundation in Washington in September.
Worries Grow That the Price of Bitcoin Is Being Propped Up

Worries Grow That the Price of Bitcoin Is Being Propped Up

Concerns are growing that activity on the virtual exchange Bitfinex has artificially propped up the value of Bitcoin and other digital currencies.
Op-Ed Columnist: I Stand With the ‘She-Devils’

Op-Ed Columnist: I Stand With the ‘She-Devils’

Women, as well as men and children, at a women’s rights march in Oregon in January.
Stephen Wynn to Be Investigated by Massachusetts Casino Regulators

Stephen Wynn to Be Investigated by Massachusetts Casino Regulators

The Wynn Boston Harbor resort, Stephen Wynn’s $2.4 billion casino project in Everett, Mass. State gambling regulators said they would again look into Mr. Wynn’s suitability for a gaming license
BBC Managers Face Barrage of Criticism in Gender Pay Dispute

BBC Managers Face Barrage of Criticism in Gender Pay Dispute

The BBC’s headquarters in London. The broadcaster has faced a series of challenges over its pay structure.
Where NASA Put a Parking Lot, Dinosaurs and Mammals Once Crossed Paths

Where NASA Put a Parking Lot, Dinosaurs and Mammals Once Crossed Paths

A nearly 9-foot slab of rock found in a parking lot on the grounds of NASA’s Goddard Spaceflight Center holds the fossilized tracks of several dinosaurs and even a few early mammals.
U.S. Test of Missile Interceptor Fails Off Hawaiian Coast, Officials Say

U.S. Test of Missile Interceptor Fails Off Hawaiian Coast, Officials Say

A test in California of an interceptor known as the SM-3 Block IIA.
Amazon Wants to Disrupt Health Care in America. In China, Tech Giants Already Have.

Amazon Wants to Disrupt Health Care in America. In China, Tech Giants Already Have.

Gong Xiangyang, left, head of the radiology department at Zhejiang Provincial People’s Hospital, watching outside of a CT scanning room. The personal investment fund of the Alibaba founder Jack Ma has
E.P.A. Blocks Obama-Era Clean Water Rule

E.P.A. Blocks Obama-Era Clean Water Rule

President Trump and the Environmental Protection Agency administrator, Scott Pruitt, at the White House last February.
BMW and Daimler Move Against Executives Over Diesel Tests on Monkeys

BMW and Daimler Move Against Executives Over Diesel Tests on Monkeys

The University Hospital RWTH, in Aachen, Germany, where human volunteers were subjected to doses of nitrogen dioxide in research financed by German carmakers.
Nonfiction: The War That Will Not End

Nonfiction: The War That Will Not End

Members of the United States Army meet with an Afghan Army sergeant, right, in the village of Tieranon, Kandahar Province, in 2013.
Geoff Cameron’s Car-Pool Confessional

Geoff Cameron’s Car-Pool Confessional

Geoff Cameron, a regular starter for relegation-threatened Stoke City, lives on the outskirts of Manchester. “This is home for me,” he says.