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Opinion: 20 Years After the Shooting on the Playground

Opinion: 20 Years After the Shooting on the Playground

In March 1998, a memorial cross hung on the flagpole outside Westside Middle School in Jonesboro, Ark., after four students and a teacher were fatally shot there.
U.S. Charges 9 Iranians in Huge Theft of Intellectual Property

U.S. Charges 9 Iranians in Huge Theft of Intellectual Property

Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, said that the case against the Iranians was important “because it will disrupt the defendants’ hacking operations and deter similar crimes.”
Opinion: Quitting Heroin in the Sunshine State

Opinion: Quitting Heroin in the Sunshine State

Colton Wooten in Deerfield Beach, Fla., on March 20.
Harry Reid Bids Washington Goodbye: ‘Shake My Head Is All I Can Do’

Harry Reid Bids Washington Goodbye: ‘Shake My Head Is All I Can Do’

Harry Reid, the former Senate Democratic leader from Nevada, said that he was selling his apartment in Washington and plans to be in the capital only infrequently.
American Adults Just Keep Getting Fatter

American Adults Just Keep Getting Fatter

Public health experts said they were alarmed that efforts to educate people about the health risks of a poor diet do not seem to be working.
A Good Appetite: Not Strictly Salad, but Close Enough

A Good Appetite: Not Strictly Salad, but Close Enough

Modern dips and dressings: from left, coarse salt mixed with sugar and lime zest, cilantro with cumin oil, and creamy avocado.
The Saturday Profile: Shining a Cleansing Light on China’s Dark Secrets

The Saturday Profile: Shining a Cleansing Light on China’s Dark Secrets

The Chinese historian Shen Zhihua, who has an impeccable Communist Party pedigree, argues that the party need not fear being challenged about its past.
Hip-Hop With an Irish Lilt

Hip-Hop With an Irish Lilt

The rapper Rejjie Snow performing at the Olympia Theater in Dublin this month.
Review: In ‘Barry,’ This Actor Slays Them, Offstage

Review: In ‘Barry,’ This Actor Slays Them, Offstage

Bill Hader is a hit man in “Barry,” beginning Sunday on HBO, but his heart isn’t in it.
Bolton Was Early Beneficiary of Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook Data

Bolton Was Early Beneficiary of Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook Data

The John Bolton Super PAC first hired Cambridge Analytica in August 2014 while it was still harvesting Facebook data.
Trump Signs Spending Bill, Reversing Veto Threat and Avoiding Government Shutdown

Trump Signs Spending Bill, Reversing Veto Threat and Avoiding Government Shutdown

The president said he signed the bill, which he denigrated as “crazy,” because it increased military spending. He also complained that it failed to address immigration issues and a border wall.
Smashing Pumpkins Say They’re Happy Now. Can They Keep It Together?

Smashing Pumpkins Say They’re Happy Now. Can They Keep It Together?

Three original members of the Smashing Pumpkins will mark the band’s 30th anniversary with a tour: from left, James Iha, Billy Corgan, Jeff Schroeder (who joined about a decade ago) and Jimmy
California Today: California Today: Bullet Train Is Not Top Priority, a Candidate for Governor Says

California Today: California Today: Bullet Train Is Not Top Priority, a Candidate for Governor Says

Delaine Eastin, a Democratic candidate for governor of California, said “there are things that are more important than high-speed rail.”
Op-Ed Columnist: John Bolton Has ‘No Moderating Tendencies’

Op-Ed Columnist: John Bolton Has ‘No Moderating Tendencies’

John Bolton speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference last year.
Julie Yip-Williams, Writer of Candid Blog on Cancer, Dies at 42

Julie Yip-Williams, Writer of Candid Blog on Cancer, Dies at 42

Julie Yip-Williams in a family photograph at her home in Brooklyn in January. “Rejoice in life and all of its beauty,” she told her children.