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On Pro Football: Eagles March Past Vikings to Super Bowl, Just as They Predicted

On Pro Football: Eagles March Past Vikings to Super Bowl, Just as They Predicted

The Eagles’ Jalen Mills during Philadelphia’s win over the Vikings in the N.F.C. championship on Sunday.
Editorial: New Directory to Lawmakers: The Court Calendar

Editorial: New Directory to Lawmakers: The Court Calendar

Joseph Percoco, left, former close aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, outside federal court, in New York, in 2017.
Advertising: As Facebook Changes Its Feed, Advertisers See Video Ambitions

Advertising: As Facebook Changes Its Feed, Advertisers See Video Ambitions

Facebook said this month that it was changing what people see in News Feed to make the content more “meaningful.”
Op-Ed Columnist: The Democrats Are Right — and Should Settle

Op-Ed Columnist: The Democrats Are Right — and Should Settle

Nancy Pelosi, the House minority leader, stood with other Democratic lawmakers as she spoke about the government shutdown on Saturday.
Australian Open: Madison Keys Surges Into the Quarterfinals

Australian Open: Madison Keys Surges Into the Quarterfinals

Madison Keys has advanced to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open without dropping a set or even being pushed to a tiebreaker.
After #OscarsSoWhite, Hispanics Seek Their Hollywood Moment

After #OscarsSoWhite, Hispanics Seek Their Hollywood Moment

“When will our exclusion matter?” asked Alex Nogales, president of the National Hispanic Media Coalition, a watchdog organization.
Bradford Dillman, Star of Broadway and Hollywood, Dies at 87

Bradford Dillman, Star of Broadway and Hollywood, Dies at 87

Bradford Dillman with Dolores Hart on the set of “Francis of Assisi” in 1960.
On Pro Football: Patriots End a Week of Hand-Wringing With Another A.F.C. Crown

On Pro Football: Patriots End a Week of Hand-Wringing With Another A.F.C. Crown

After leading the Patriots to a comeback win over the Jaguars in the A.F.C. title game, Tom Brady was willing to talk about his injured right hand with Jim Nantz of CBS.
A President Not Sure of What He Wants Complicates the Shutdown Impasse

A President Not Sure of What He Wants Complicates the Shutdown Impasse

President Trump has privately told lawmakers twice recently that he is eager to strike a deal to extend legal status to young undocumented immigrants, only to have aides pull him back from such a
M.T.A. May Have Inflated Number of Subway Power Delays

M.T.A. May Have Inflated Number of Subway Power Delays

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, center, with John McAvoy, left, the chief executive of Con Edison, in the subway in August. Internal emails are reported to show that transit officials expanded the number of
Here Are the Senators Trying to Find a Bipartisan Solution to the Government Shutdown

Here Are the Senators Trying to Find a Bipartisan Solution to the Government Shutdown

From left, Senators Jeff Flake, Republican of Arizona, Chris Coons, Democrat of Delaware, Amy Klobuchar, Democrat of Minnesota, and Jeanne Shaheen, Democrat of New Hampshire, arriving at the Capitol
Sunshine Cinema, a Beloved Manhattan Theater, Goes Dark

Sunshine Cinema, a Beloved Manhattan Theater, Goes Dark

Sunshine Cinema, which has screened independent and foreign films since 2001, closed Sunday after being sold last year to a developer that plans to build a “boutique” nine-story office building on
Watching a Ridge Slide in Slow Motion, a Town Braces for Disaster

Watching a Ridge Slide in Slow Motion, a Town Braces for Disaster

Geologists are closely watching a fissure on Rattlesnake Ridge outside Union Gap, Wash., because of the danger that a large part of the mountainside will break loose and cascade down. Stephen
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Empathize With Your Political Foe

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Empathize With Your Political Foe

Hank Newsome, head of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York, last year. He was cheered in October at a rally in Washington organized by Trump supporters.
Venezuela’s Most-Wanted Rebel Shared His Story, Just Before Death

Venezuela’s Most-Wanted Rebel Shared His Story, Just Before Death

The funeral of Óscar Pérez, a rebel leader killed by government forces last week.
On Washington: Shutdown’s Crux: Democrats’ Deep-Rooted Distrust of G.O.P. on Immigration

On Washington: Shutdown’s Crux: Democrats’ Deep-Rooted Distrust of G.O.P. on Immigration

Protesters who support protections for young immigrants demonstrated near the Capitol on Sunday evening.
Op-Ed Columnist: Shutdown, Showdown, Sure Thing

Op-Ed Columnist: Shutdown, Showdown, Sure Thing

President Trump on the South Lawn of the White House last week.
How the Eagles Beat the Vikings in the N.F.C. Championship Game

How the Eagles Beat the Vikings in the N.F.C. Championship Game

Alshon Jefferey scored a 53-yard touchdown in the second quarter.