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The Belichick Whisperer

The Belichick Whisperer

Scott Zolak during his weekly radio show. Zolak, a former Patriots backup quarterback, is popular with fans who know he has a direct line to Coach Bill Belichick.
Op-Ed Contributor: When Laws Against Rape Aren’t Enough

Op-Ed Contributor: When Laws Against Rape Aren’t Enough

A hairdressing shop in Garowe, the capital of Puntland, Somalia. A law criminalizing all forms of sexual violence was passed in the region a year ago, but rape cases appear to have spiked.
Americans Are Staying Home More. That’s Saving Energy.

Americans Are Staying Home More. That’s Saving Energy.

New research suggests working from home — rather than, say, commuting to the office — has trimmed energy use.
Turn Off Messenger Kids, Health Experts Plead to Facebook

Turn Off Messenger Kids, Health Experts Plead to Facebook

Facebook introduced Messenger Kids, for children as young as 6, last month.
Berlusconi Is Back. Again. This Time, as Italy’s ‘Nonno’

Berlusconi Is Back. Again. This Time, as Italy’s ‘Nonno’

Silvio Berlusconi arriving to attend the broadcast of a TV show in Rome this month.
For N.H.L. Stars, the Olympics Remain a ‘What If?’

For N.H.L. Stars, the Olympics Remain a ‘What If?’

Carey Price, left, and Sidney Crosby played against each other at the N.H.L. All-Star Game on Sunday, but they won’t be able to be teammates on Canada’s Olympic team.
Powerful Ally of Xi Jinping Makes Political Comeback in China

Powerful Ally of Xi Jinping Makes Political Comeback in China

Wang Qishan, a close ally of the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, in Beijing in 2017. He retired from top Communist Party posts last year.
DealBook: For His Next Act, Ken Chenault Turns His Focus on Silicon Valley

DealBook: For His Next Act, Ken Chenault Turns His Focus on Silicon Valley

Kenneth I. Chenault, who retired as chief executive of American Express last fall, will be chairman and managing director of General Catalyst Partners.
Vatican, Eager for China Ties, Asks ‘Underground’ Bishops to Step Aside

Vatican, Eager for China Ties, Asks ‘Underground’ Bishops to Step Aside

Easter service at the government-sanctioned West Beijing Catholic Church. About half of the 10 to 12 million Catholics in China worship in underground churches.
The State of the Union Is … Misspelled

The State of the Union Is … Misspelled

President Trump had no involvement in the printing of the State of the Union tickets, but he has received his own share of language-related criticism.
Trilobites: The Lunar Eclipse and Super Blue Moon Are Here. Watch It Before Work.

Trilobites: The Lunar Eclipse and Super Blue Moon Are Here. Watch It Before Work.

A supermoon during a lunar eclipse observed in Washington, D.C., in September 2015. On Wednesday morning, a rare “super blue blood moon” will be visible to people in the United States, with viewers on
The Resistance Has Come to Celebrity Award Shows

The Resistance Has Come to Celebrity Award Shows

For a Grammy Awards sketch on Sunday, Hillary Clinton read a passage from the new book “Fire and Fury” that claimed President Trump liked pre-made McDonald’s food because he was afraid of being
Some Supporters Fear Trump Will Lose Hard Edge in State of Union Speech

Some Supporters Fear Trump Will Lose Hard Edge in State of Union Speech

While some Trump supporters pine for a more strident tone, White House officials have signaled that they are aiming for a more inclusive State of the Union speech.
How to Get a Wiretap to Spy on Americans, and Why That Matters Now

How to Get a Wiretap to Spy on Americans, and Why That Matters Now

The House Intelligence Committee, chaired by Representative Devin Nunes, Republican of California, voted on Monday to release a classified memo on the the Russia inquiry.
Tronc Names New Editors at The Daily News and The Los Angeles Times

Tronc Names New Editors at The Daily News and The Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Times building in downtown Los Angeles. The departing editor in chief of the newspaper had held the position for less than three months.
New York’s Hidden Home Buyer Closing Costs: Luxury Boxes and Mint Mojitos

New York’s Hidden Home Buyer Closing Costs: Luxury Boxes and Mint Mojitos

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s chief counsel, Alphonso David, said that new state regulations to curb client spending by the title insurance industry were supported by the governor’s office “in concept.”
Melania Trump, Out of Sight Since Report of Husband’s Infidelity, to Attend State of the Union

Melania Trump, Out of Sight Since Report of Husband’s Infidelity, to Attend State of the Union

The reports of a payoff to an adult actress blindsided the first lady, who was furious with her husband, according to two people close to the couple.
In Age of Trump, Political Reporters Are in Demand and Under Attack

In Age of Trump, Political Reporters Are in Demand and Under Attack

President Trump has had hostile words for the news media and has rejected formal press conferences, but he often spars with reporters on the fly, sometimes for as long as an hour.