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Billy Graham, 99, Dies; Pastor Filled Stadiums and Counseled Presidents

Billy Graham, 99, Dies; Pastor Filled Stadiums and Counseled Presidents

Billy Graham delivered a sermon to more than 100,000 people at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin in 1954.
An Olympic Figure Skater Who Also Made History for The Times

An Olympic Figure Skater Who Also Made History for The Times

Maribel Vinson performing “a demonstration of ice skating,” circa 1930. Vinson would go on to win a bronze medal, behind Sonja Henie’s gold, at the 1932 Lake Placid Olympics.
Out With the Old Building, in With the New for JPMorgan Chase

Out With the Old Building, in With the New for JPMorgan Chase

In front of the JPMorgan Chase headquarters tower in Manhattan on Tuesday.
U.S. Shocks Cross-Country Field With Sprint Gold Medal

U.S. Shocks Cross-Country Field With Sprint Gold Medal

Jessie Diggins of the United States celebrated as she crossed the finish line to win gold in the team sprint freestyle relay.
Parkland, Billy Graham, Lindsey Vonn: Your Wednesday Briefing

Parkland, Billy Graham, Lindsey Vonn: Your Wednesday Briefing

Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High traveling to Tallahassee, Florida’s capital, on Tuesday. “This shooting is different from the other ones,” one 16-year-old said. “I just have a gut feeling
New York Today: New York Today: Ghost Signs

New York Today: New York Today: Ghost Signs

The photographer Benjamin Passikoff, who has published a book about the fading advertisements on New York City buildings.

Numbers Hint at Why #MeToo Took Off: The Sheer Number Who Can Say Me Too

Broadly defined, sexual harassment is surprisingly pervasive, a new survey finds, and men are targets, too.
Op-Ed Contributor: What Does a True Populism Look Like? It Looks Like the New Deal

Op-Ed Contributor: What Does a True Populism Look Like? It Looks Like the New Deal

A mural by Seymour Fogel created through the Works Progress Administration, a New Deal agency.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Trolling of the American Mind

Op-Ed Columnist: The Trolling of the American Mind

Trump supporters standing for the national anthem at a rally in Ohio in 2016.
Op-Ed Contributor: A Lesson on Immigration From Pablo Neruda

Op-Ed Contributor: A Lesson on Immigration From Pablo Neruda

The poet Pablo Neruda in 1952. He persuaded Chile’s president to offer asylum to some of the mistreated Spanish patriots rotting in French internment camps.
Reporter’s Notebook: An Olympic Challenge: Eat All the Korean Food That Visitors Won’t

Reporter’s Notebook: An Olympic Challenge: Eat All the Korean Food That Visitors Won’t

It is snow crab season in South Korea, but many foreign visitors to the Olympics have seemed to be skipping such culinary specialties.
A Reset, of Sorts, for the United States and Australia

A Reset, of Sorts, for the United States and Australia

President Trump and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia in New York in May. The leaders’ relationship got off to a rocky start, but they have compelling reasons to work together.
An Armed Principal Detained a Campus Gunman. But He’s Against Arming School Staff.

An Armed Principal Detained a Campus Gunman. But He’s Against Arming School Staff.

Joel Myrick, a former assistant principal who detained a campus gunman in 1997, outside his home in Pass Christian, Miss., on Tuesday.
Sports of The Times: The Daredevils Above, Their Parents Below: Welcome to Big Air Snowboarding

Sports of The Times: The Daredevils Above, Their Parents Below: Welcome to Big Air Snowboarding

Anna Gasser during an early run in big-air snowboarding. “Of course, I worry,’' said her mother, Lisbeth.
Why Mikaela Shiffrin Brought 35 Pairs of Skis to the Olympics

Why Mikaela Shiffrin Brought 35 Pairs of Skis to the Olympics

Mikaela Shiffrin’s ski technician, Kim Erlandsson, tends to a hefty collection. Shiffrin, a two-time Olympic champion, often travels with as many as 70 pairs, each suited to a different discipline or
Under Trump, Border Patrol Steps Up Searches Far From the Border

Under Trump, Border Patrol Steps Up Searches Far From the Border

In an image from a recording, a Border Patrol officer checking the identification last month of travelers on a Greyhound bus in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The officers escorted a woman off the bus.