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5 Shows to See if You’re in New York in February

5 Shows to See if You’re in New York in February

Terrence Mann in the title role of “Jerry Springer — The Opera.”
Making Sense of the Jobs Report: It’s Not Always Easy

Making Sense of the Jobs Report: It’s Not Always Easy

People waiting in line last month to be interviewed by representatives from Lear Corporation during a job fair at Kildee-White Regional Technology Center of Mott Community College in Flint, Mich.
The Week in Good News: Booming Economies, Roger Federer, and Dutch Animal Police

The Week in Good News: Booming Economies, Roger Federer, and Dutch Animal Police

The reawakening of Europe, combined with growth in the United States, has kept Chinese industry humming. The wave of expansion is creating jobs, lifting fortunes and tempering fears of popular
Review: In ‘Before We Vanish,’ the Aliens Have a Lot of Questions

Review: In ‘Before We Vanish,’ the Aliens Have a Lot of Questions

Ryuhei Matsuda, center left, and Masami Nagasawa portray a couple in “Before We Vanish,” directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa.
Secret Memo, Winter Games, Facebook: Your Thursday Briefing

Secret Memo, Winter Games, Facebook: Your Thursday Briefing

An Amtrak train carrying Republican lawmakers to their annual policy retreat crashed into a large truck in rural Virginia on Wednesday, killing one of the truck’s passengers. No lawmakers were
New York Today: New York Today: HQ Trivia, Local Edition

New York Today: New York Today: HQ Trivia, Local Edition

Scott Rogowsky, a host on HQ Trivia, is a New Yorker through and through.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trump Has Got Democrats Right Where He Wants Them

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trump Has Got Democrats Right Where He Wants Them

Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham, of New Mexico, second from left, surrounded by Dreamers at a news conference before President Trump's first State of the Union address.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Chief Justice, Searching for Middle Ground

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Chief Justice, Searching for Middle Ground

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., left, and Justice Stephen G. Breyer at the Capitol for the State of the Union address on Tuesday.
Op-Ed Columnist: What if Clinton Had Done All This?

Op-Ed Columnist: What if Clinton Had Done All This?

Hillary Clinton appeared on screen reading an excerpt from the book "Fire and Fury" during a skit at this year's Grammy Awards.
As Strongmen Steamroll Their Opponents, U.S. Is Silent

As Strongmen Steamroll Their Opponents, U.S. Is Silent

A billboard in Cairo of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt. Potential rivals in the presidential race, scheduled for March, have been sidelined, jailed or threatened with prosecution.
28 Russian Athletes Win Appeals of Doping Bans

28 Russian Athletes Win Appeals of Doping Bans

President Vladimir V. Putin with Russian athletes who were invited to compete in the 2018 Winter Games. Each will be identified as an “Olympic athlete from Russia.”
A ‘Blue’ Florida? There Are No Quick Demographic Fixes for Democrats

A ‘Blue’ Florida? There Are No Quick Demographic Fixes for Democrats

Voters exited a polling place during early voting in late October 2016 in Miami. President Trump won Florida by 1.2 percentage points.
Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Demands an End to Arbitration in Sexual Misconduct Cases

Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Demands an End to Arbitration in Sexual Misconduct Cases

Samantha Bee interviewed the former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson about demanding legislation against so-called forced arbitration.
Republicans Stuff Education Bill With Conservative Social Agenda

Republicans Stuff Education Bill With Conservative Social Agenda

A free-speech rally at the University of California, Berkeley, last April. A bill in Congress would limit colleges’ ability to impose new restrictions on controversial speakers.