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Op-Ed Columnist: Everybody’s Better Than You-Know-Who

Op-Ed Columnist: Everybody’s Better Than You-Know-Who

James Buchanan just picked up some pivotal votes 162 years after putting out this campaign poster.
Senior Republican Calls for E.P.A. Chief’s First-Class Travel Files

Senior Republican Calls for E.P.A. Chief’s First-Class Travel Files

Scott Pruitt, the E.P.A. administrator, is facing scrutiny for his travel at taxpayer expense.
In School Shooting’s Painful Aftermath, Sheriff Faces Questions Over Police Response

In School Shooting’s Painful Aftermath, Sheriff Faces Questions Over Police Response

A line of evacuees after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., last week. The suspect was able to blend in with fleeing students.
A Murder, a Conviction and a Never-Ending Case

A Murder, a Conviction and a Never-Ending Case

A court recently threw out the conviction of John Giuca. The Brooklyn district attorney has vowed to retry him.
The Making of a No. 1 YouTube Conspiracy Video After the Parkland Tragedy

The Making of a No. 1 YouTube Conspiracy Video After the Parkland Tragedy

David Hogg, 17, has become a prominent student voice since the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. A YouTube video that rose to the top trending spot on the service
11 of the Most Dramatic Moments in a Day of Confrontation Over Guns

11 of the Most Dramatic Moments in a Day of Confrontation Over Guns

Andrew Pollack, whose daughter Meadow was killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., addressed President Trump at the White House on Wednesday.
Op-Ed Contributor: Billy Graham’s Missed Opportunities

Op-Ed Contributor: Billy Graham’s Missed Opportunities

The evangelist Billy Graham at his North Carolina home in 2006.
Editorial: Trump Tries to Kill Obamacare by a Thousand Cuts

Editorial: Trump Tries to Kill Obamacare by a Thousand Cuts

Under a new proposal, people who buy temporary health insurance policies could end up being hit with exorbitant medical bills if they actually need health care.
In Picasso’s Blue Period, Scanners Find Secrets He Painted Over

In Picasso’s Blue Period, Scanners Find Secrets He Painted Over

Using tools originally developed for medicine, manufacturing and geology, researchers were able to discover new insights into “La Miséreuse accroupie,” a 1902 painting by Pablo Picasso from his “Blue
University Pulls Back on Pollution Study That Supported Its Benefactor

University Pulls Back on Pollution Study That Supported Its Benefactor

A Fitzgerald Glider Kits truck lot in Crossville, Tenn. The company paid for an academic study on truck emissions that a Tennessee state university asked federal officials to disregard.
Hotel Carrying New Trump Brand Secures $6 Million Tax Break

Hotel Carrying New Trump Brand Secures $6 Million Tax Break

The Scion West End hotel in Cleveland, Miss., which is being developed in partnership with the Trump Organization, has been granted a tourism tax rebate by the state.
Spanish Artwork Denounced Political ‘Persecution.’ It Was Ordered Removed.

Spanish Artwork Denounced Political ‘Persecution.’ It Was Ordered Removed.

“Contemporary Spanish Political Prisoners” by the Spanish artist Santiago Sierra. On Wednesday, it was ordered removed from an art fair in Madrid.
Ford Ousts Chief of North American Unit for ‘Inappropriate Behavior’

Ford Ousts Chief of North American Unit for ‘Inappropriate Behavior’

Raj Nair in 2014. Ford Motor said on Wednesday he had left the company after engaging in actions that were inconsistent with the carmaker’s code of conduct.
Critic’s Notebook: French Olympic Ice Dancers Make Skating as Ethereal as Ballet

Critic’s Notebook: French Olympic Ice Dancers Make Skating as Ethereal as Ballet

Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron, skating to Beethoven’s “Moonlight” Sonata, expanded the idea of virtuosity with the way they completely tuned in to each other.
Fed Officials Say Economy Is Ready for Higher Rates

Fed Officials Say Economy Is Ready for Higher Rates

Jerome H. Powell testifying before the Senate Banking Committee in November during hearings on his nomination to head the Federal Reserve.