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Georgia Teacher Fired Gun While Barricaded in Classroom, Police Say

Georgia Teacher Fired Gun While Barricaded in Classroom, Police Say

The police said that a teacher fired a gun at Dalton High School in Georgia on Wednesday. He was arrested without incident.
The Mystery Man Who Runs Italy’s ‘Five Star’ From the Shadows

The Mystery Man Who Runs Italy’s ‘Five Star’ From the Shadows

Davide Casaleggio, the son of the Five Star Movement’s co-founder, Gianroberto Casaleggio, has no official role in the party. But critics say he controls it from behind the scenes.
Hope Hicks to Leave Post as White House Communications Director

Hope Hicks to Leave Post as White House Communications Director

Ms. Hicks, who had been considering a departure for several months, did not indicate what her next job would be, but she said that she plans to leave the White House in the next few weeks.
The Rich Have Abandoned Rich-People Rugs

The Rich Have Abandoned Rich-People Rugs

A Persian rug, foreground, from the 17th century is nearly $3.5 million at Nazmiyal Antique Rugs in New York.
Trump Stuns Lawmakers With Seeming Embrace of Comprehensive Gun Control

Trump Stuns Lawmakers With Seeming Embrace of Comprehensive Gun Control

In a televised meeting in the White House, the president appeared to stun giddy Democrats and stone-faced Republicans by calling for comprehensive gun control.
Once It Was Overdue Books. Now Librarians Fight Overdoses.

Once It Was Overdue Books. Now Librarians Fight Overdoses.

Matt Pfisterer, the director of the Middletown Thrall Library in New York, who once revived a woman with the overdose-reversing drug naloxone.
Scott Blackmun Steps Down as Head of U.S.O.C. Under Pressure From Nassar Case

Scott Blackmun Steps Down as Head of U.S.O.C. Under Pressure From Nassar Case

Scott Blackmun became chief executive of the United States Olympic Committee in 2010.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Cruel Ploy of Taking Immigrant Kids From Their Parents

Op-Ed Contributor: The Cruel Ploy of Taking Immigrant Kids From Their Parents

A boy from Honduras watching a movie at a Border Patrol detention center in McAllen, Tex., in 2014.
Op-Ed Contributor: Has Jared Kushner Conspired to Defraud America?

Op-Ed Contributor: Has Jared Kushner Conspired to Defraud America?

Jared Kushner, the president’s senior adviser, has conducted foreign policy without officially disclosing all the personal interests he may have been serving.
Trump’s Nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize Was Apparently Forged. Twice.

Trump’s Nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize Was Apparently Forged. Twice.

Olav Njolstad, the secretary of the five-member Norwegian Nobel Committee, said Wednesday that a nomination of President Trump appeared to be a fake.
On Campus: Ruth Simmons on Cultivating the Next Generation of College Students

On Campus: Ruth Simmons on Cultivating the Next Generation of College Students

After a five-year retirement, Ruth Simmons recently became the president of Prairie View A&M University.
Rev. Billy Graham Lies in Honor at U.S. Capitol for Day of Remembrance

Rev. Billy Graham Lies in Honor at U.S. Capitol for Day of Remembrance

Rev. Billy Graham’s body laid in honor in the Capitol Rotunda for a daylong memorial ahead of his funeral in North Carolina on Friday.

Snowstorm Called ‘Beast From the East’ Sends Britons Scrambling

The storm shut schools, stranded drivers and disrupted trains and flights. But others said, “These Brits are so dramatic.”