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Op-Ed Columnist: The Nunes Conspiracy

Op-Ed Columnist: The Nunes Conspiracy

Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, in Washington on Monday.
Trump’s Stance on Russia Sanctions Angers Both Moscow and Washington

Trump’s Stance on Russia Sanctions Angers Both Moscow and Washington

President Trump and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in Hamburg, Germany, last year. Many of Mr. Putin’s closest advisers appear on a Trump administration list of people identified because their
The Eagles Crushed Vikings Fans’ Hopes. Now They’re Crashing Their Super Bowl Party.

The Eagles Crushed Vikings Fans’ Hopes. Now They’re Crashing Their Super Bowl Party.

Chad Babcock, a Green Bay Packers fan, at his home in Minneapolis. His friends warned him about renting his home out to Eagles fans.

Big Data, Big Problems: How Strava’s Heat Map Uncovers Military Bases

Strava's online exercise-tracking map unwittingly reveals remote military outposts — and even the identities of soldiers based there. The situation shows how data collection can lead to unintended
What He Did on His Summer Break: Exposed a Global Security Flaw

What He Did on His Summer Break: Exposed a Global Security Flaw

Nathan Ruser, an Australian college student, discovered that a fitness app had revealed the locations of military bases around the world. “Whoever thought that operational security could be wrecked by
State of the Union, F.B.I., Lunar Eclipse: Your Tuesday Briefing

State of the Union, F.B.I., Lunar Eclipse: Your Tuesday Briefing

As part of The Times Magazine’s Winter Olympics issue, we visited the skier Lindsey Vonn at her home gym in Vail, Colo. “She never lets a session go,” her trainer said. “Every single set and every rep
Op-Ed Contributor: America’s Natural Gas Hurdles

Op-Ed Contributor: America’s Natural Gas Hurdles

President Vladimir Putin of Russia, second from right, visiting the Yamal liquefied natural gas plant in December. A majority owner of the plant is under American sanctions.
Best of Late Night: James Corden Responds to Nikki Haley’s Grammys Criticism

Best of Late Night: James Corden Responds to Nikki Haley’s Grammys Criticism

James Corden spoke on “The Late Late Show” about hosting the Grammys, where politics became a point of focus.
Fact Check: How Truthful Was Trump in His First Year? Before His State of the Union, What Our Fact Checks Show

Fact Check: How Truthful Was Trump in His First Year? Before His State of the Union, What Our Fact Checks Show

President Trump is expected to tick off accomplishments from his first year in office during his first State of the Union address.
The First Time: Whitney Cummings: The First Time I Hung Out With Wolves

The First Time: Whitney Cummings: The First Time I Hung Out With Wolves

The comedian Whitney Cummings has directed her first movie, “The Female Brain.” It’s due out on Feb. 9.
Frugal Traveler: How to Travel to (and Around) China, From VPNs to T.P.

Frugal Traveler: How to Travel to (and Around) China, From VPNs to T.P.

Wi-Fi is everywhere in China — but not necessarily for tourists. (Taking a photo in Beijing, however, should be fine.)
Skin Deep: Beauty’s New High: CBD Oil

Skin Deep: Beauty’s New High: CBD Oil

From left, Vertly, Lord Jones and Khus & Khus CBD products.
Nonfiction: The Plight of Working Women, as Seen by the Woman in the Corner Office

Nonfiction: The Plight of Working Women, as Seen by the Woman in the Corner Office

According to one survey, 74 percent of men said their support for gender equality in the workplace was undermined by fear — of loss of status, of other men’s disapproval, of making a mistake.
China Could Target U.S. Firms if Trump Levies Tariffs, Group Warns

China Could Target U.S. Firms if Trump Levies Tariffs, Group Warns

A Boeing 777 being assembled in a plant in Seattle. The aircraft maker could be in Beijing’s cross-hairs if the Trump administration imposes trade sanctions against China.
Taiwan Retaliates Against Chinese Airlines, Hampering Lunar New Year Travel

Taiwan Retaliates Against Chinese Airlines, Hampering Lunar New Year Travel

China Eastern Airlines planes in Shanghai in 2014. The airline and Xiamen Air canceled scores of flights to Taiwan, after it declined to approve them.