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Climber Rescued on Pakistan’s ‘Killer Mountain,’ but Another Is in Peril

Climber Rescued on Pakistan’s ‘Killer Mountain,’ but Another Is in Peril

The Polish climber Tomek Mackiewicz on Nanga Parbat in Pakistan in 2014.
Russians Brave Icy Temperatures to Protest Putin and Election

Russians Brave Icy Temperatures to Protest Putin and Election

Protesters on Sunday in Moscow, where rallies called by the opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny were banned. “You have your own life at stake,” Mr. Navalny said in a pre-recorded message.
Ingvar Kamprad, Founder of Ikea and Creator of a Global Empire, Dies at 91

Ingvar Kamprad, Founder of Ikea and Creator of a Global Empire, Dies at 91

Ingvar Kamprad, the founder of the Swedish furniture chain Ikea. All his life, he practiced thrift and diligence, and he saw those traits as the basis for Ikea’s success.
Roger Federer Wins the Australian Open for His 20th Grand Slam Title

Roger Federer Wins the Australian Open for His 20th Grand Slam Title

Roger Federer, right, during the trophy ceremony after he defeated Marin Cilic to win the Australian Open. “The fairy tale continues, for us, for me,” he said.
At Davos, the Real Star May Have Been China, Not Trump

At Davos, the Real Star May Have Been China, Not Trump

Liu He, a top economic policy adviser to President Xi Jinping of China, drew a full house to his presentation during a meeting of global business and political leaders in Davos, Switzerland.
As George W. Bush on ‘S.N.L.,’ Will Ferrell Wants to Remind You: ‘I Was Really Bad’

As George W. Bush on ‘S.N.L.,’ Will Ferrell Wants to Remind You: ‘I Was Really Bad’

As George W. Bush, Will Ferrell told “S.N.L.” viewers that a graph of the stock market’s performance during his presidency was “the only graph that came with its own slide-whistle sound effect.”
Officers in Florida Shootings Say They Can Stand Their Ground, Too

Officers in Florida Shootings Say They Can Stand Their Ground, Too

A rally for Corey Jones, who was shot and killed by Nouman K. Raja, an off-duty police officer, in West Palm Beach, Fla., in 2015. Mr. Raja is seeking Stand Your Ground protection in the killing.
Bolivia Tells President His Time Is Up. He Isn’t Listening.

Bolivia Tells President His Time Is Up. He Isn’t Listening.

President Evo Morales of Bolivia, center, accompanied by deputies, heads to Congress in the capital, La Paz, to deliver his annual message to the nation on Jan. 22, marking his 12th year in power.
Testimony in Corruption Case Hinges on the Meaning of ‘Meatballs’

Testimony in Corruption Case Hinges on the Meaning of ‘Meatballs’

Mayor Ed Pawlowski of Allentown, Pa., who faces bribery charges, outside federal court in Philadelphia this month. His trial included a debate last week about a possible secret meaning of the word
Rubio Fires Chief of Staff After Misconduct Allegations

Rubio Fires Chief of Staff After Misconduct Allegations

Senator Marco Rubio of Florida in 2016. He fired his chief of staff on Saturday after allegations of improper conduct.
Mort Walker, Creator of ‘Beetle Bailey’ Comic Strip, Dies at 94

Mort Walker, Creator of ‘Beetle Bailey’ Comic Strip, Dies at 94

Mort Walker drawing the character Beetle Bailey in 1993. After his attempt at a comic strip set at a university lagged, he substituted barracks buddies for dorm mates, sergeants and generals for
Air Force One Needs 2 New Refrigerators. Together, They Cost $24 Million.

Air Force One Needs 2 New Refrigerators. Together, They Cost $24 Million.

A Boeing 747 that serves as Air Force One at an airport in Zurich this week. Replacing two refrigerators on the plane will cost nearly $24 million.
Tiger Woods Moves Up at Torrey Pines, but Calls His Round ‘Gross’

Tiger Woods Moves Up at Torrey Pines, but Calls His Round ‘Gross’

Tiger Woods waiting to hit on the 11th hole of the South Course at Torrey Pines on Saturday, when he posted a two-under-par 70. “The only thing I have is my short game and my heart,” he said, “and
Israel Slams ‘Baseless’ Holocaust Legislation in Poland

Israel Slams ‘Baseless’ Holocaust Legislation in Poland

Israel’s ambassador to Poland, Anna Azari, at a ceremony on Saturday commemorating the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau. The two countries are at odds over a bill in Poland.
Ireland Prime Minister Says He Will Campaign to Repeal Abortion Ban

Ireland Prime Minister Says He Will Campaign to Repeal Abortion Ban

The Irish leader Leo Varadkar said that his beliefs had evolved since 2014, when he described himself as “pro-life.”
A Brooklyn Family’s Journey Finally Reaches the N.B.A.

A Brooklyn Family’s Journey Finally Reaches the N.B.A.

The Oklahoma City Thunder rookie Dakari Johnson comes from a long line of Brooklyn-born basketball players.