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Review: ‘The Confidence Man’ Finds Trump’s Business Image Was Made for TV

Review: ‘The Confidence Man’ Finds Trump’s Business Image Was Made for TV

“The Confidence Man,” the last episode in “Dirty Money” on Netflix, offers a swift, brutal overview of President Trump’s business career.
Guinobatan Journal: A Volcano Known for Its Beauty Is Also a Killer

Guinobatan Journal: A Volcano Known for Its Beauty Is Also a Killer

The Mayon volcano spewing ash and lava in Albay Province, the Philippines, on Tuesday.
California Today: California Today: Two Immigration Ads, One Dark, the Other Sunny

California Today: California Today: Two Immigration Ads, One Dark, the Other Sunny

Screen grabs from two advertisements on immigration policy produced by Donald J. Trump for President, Inc, left, and New Way California.
Descendants’ Stories of a Slave Ship Drew Doubts. Now Some See Validation.

Descendants’ Stories of a Slave Ship Drew Doubts. Now Some See Validation.

Abaché and Cudjoe Kazoola Lewis in the 1910s. Mr. Lewis was brought to America as a slave aboard the Clotilda.
Trump, in Davos, Mends Split With Britain and Widens One With Palestinians

Trump, in Davos, Mends Split With Britain and Widens One With Palestinians

President Trump met Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Thursday.
Editorial: Trump Dangles Hope for Dreamers

Editorial: Trump Dangles Hope for Dreamers

President Trump announced late Wednesday that he was open to a multiyear path to citizenship for the so-called Dreamers.
In Atlanta, Concessions Prices Go Down and Revenue Goes Up

In Atlanta, Concessions Prices Go Down and Revenue Goes Up

Mercedes-Benz Stadium offered affordable food options alongside higher-end concessions, and it appeared to pay off.
New York Today: New York Today: Maggie Haberman on Reporting

New York Today: New York Today: Maggie Haberman on Reporting

Maggie Haberman working the crowd at a rally for Bernie Sanders in 2016.
Op-Ed Columnist: Soul of a Nation

Op-Ed Columnist: Soul of a Nation

President Trump in the Oval Office on Tuesday.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Is President Trump a Stealth Postmodernist or Just a Liar?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Is President Trump a Stealth Postmodernist or Just a Liar?

President Trump speaking via a live feed from the Rose Garden at the White House last week.
Op-Ed Contributor: Artificial Intelligence’s ‘Black Box’ Is Nothing to Fear

Op-Ed Contributor: Artificial Intelligence’s ‘Black Box’ Is Nothing to Fear

A prosthetic arm displayed at an exhibit about science and technology changing perceptions of humanity.

Op-Ed Contributor: Seeing Through the Fog in the Mueller Russia Probe

Was there a conspiracy on the part of Trump’s inner circle to mislead federal officials?
Lawrence Nassar, Davos, Pope Francis: Your Thursday Briefing

Lawrence Nassar, Davos, Pope Francis: Your Thursday Briefing

Researchers in China reported on Wednesday that they had created two cloned monkeys, the first time that the technique that produced Dolly the sheep more than 20 years ago has been applied to
In Puerto Rico, Artists Rebuild and Reach Out

In Puerto Rico, Artists Rebuild and Reach Out

Zilia Sánchez, 91, in her pre-war wooden studio, where many young artists learned to paint, including Jorge González. Much of her artwork was destroyed. “It was a time capsule where 40 years of
Most Americans Want Legal Status for ‘Dreamers.’ These People Don’t.

Most Americans Want Legal Status for ‘Dreamers.’ These People Don’t.

Huy Pham in front of his parents’ home in St. Paul. When he was a toddler, his family entered the United States legally as refugees from Vietnam, and he opposes granting legal status to undocumented