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Feature: The Secret History of Women in Coding

Feature: The Secret History of Women in Coding

Mary Allen Wilkes with a LINC at M.I.T., where she was a programmer.
California Today: Takeaways From a Wide-Ranging State of the State

California Today: Takeaways From a Wide-Ranging State of the State

California Gov. Gavin Newsom delivered his first State of the State address to a joint session of the legislature at the Capitol.
F.B.I. Learned of Gunman’s Hatred of Women Months Before Attack at Yoga Studio

F.B.I. Learned of Gunman’s Hatred of Women Months Before Attack at Yoga Studio

The Police Department in Tallahassee, Fla., released the findings of a three-month investigation into a mass shooting in which Scott P. Beierle killed two people on Nov. 2, 2018, at a hot yoga studio
Maria Ressa, Philippine Journalist Critical of Rodrigo Duterte, Is Released After Arrest

Maria Ressa, Philippine Journalist Critical of Rodrigo Duterte, Is Released After Arrest

Her detention in a digital libel case involving her online news site, Rappler, comes amid a crackdown on the news media by the president.
Elections in Spain Are Likely After Lawmakers Reject Budget

Elections in Spain Are Likely After Lawmakers Reject Budget

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez of Spain in Parliament in Madrid on Wednesday. Some right-wing politicians have labeled him a traitor for trying to reach an agreement with Catalan separatists.
Spain’s Leader Loses Crucial Budget Vote, Most Likely Forcing Elections

Spain’s Leader Loses Crucial Budget Vote, Most Likely Forcing Elections

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez of Spain in Parliament in Madrid on Wednesday. Some right-wing politicians have labeled him a traitor for trying to reach an agreement with Catalan separatists.
Film Set in China’s Cultural Revolution Is Pulled From Berlin Festival

Film Set in China’s Cultural Revolution Is Pulled From Berlin Festival

The Chinese director Zhang Yimou, second from left, receiving an award at the Venice International Film Festival last year. His film “One Second” has been pulled from the Berlin Film Festival for
El Chapo, Taxes, Parkland: Your Wednesday Briefing

El Chapo, Taxes, Parkland: Your Wednesday Briefing

A section of the fence at the border with Tijuana, Mexico, in November.
Carlos Ghosn Is Losing Millions in Renault Compensation

Carlos Ghosn Is Losing Millions in Renault Compensation

Junichiro Hironaka, the new lawyer for the former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn, in Tokyo on Wednesday. He is known in Japan for winning acquittals in high-profile cases.

And the Bride Wore, Um, Nothing (the Groom, Too)

There are 31,000 registered nudists in the United States. Sometimes they get married. Sometimes the bride isn’t the one blushing.

My Father Faces the Death Penalty. This Is Justice in Saudi Arabia.

The kingdom’s judiciary is being pushed far from any semblance of the rule of law and due process.
The $89,000 Verdict Tearing Japan and South Korea Apart

The $89,000 Verdict Tearing Japan and South Korea Apart

Park Chung-hee was president of South Korea in 1965, when it established diplomatic relations with Japan. His government used hundreds of millions of dollars in Japanese compensation for forced labor

Parkland: A Year After the School Shooting That Was Supposed to Change Everything

Those at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School knew their lives would be transformed by the massacre. Many had no idea of the many ways that would happen.
Trump Says South Korea Is Paying $500 Million More for U.S. Troops. The Deal Says Otherwise.

Trump Says South Korea Is Paying $500 Million More for U.S. Troops. The Deal Says Otherwise.

President Trump with American and South Korean troops at Camp Humphreys in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, in 2017.
Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Celebrates El Chapo’s Conviction, With a Caveat

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Celebrates El Chapo’s Conviction, With a Caveat

Trevor Noah joked that the jury had spent “five minutes of deliberations, and 33 hours and 55 minutes of booking flights out of the country, getting their names changed and scheduling plastic
How Swizz Beatz Bridged the Worlds of Hip-Hop and Contemporary Art

How Swizz Beatz Bridged the Worlds of Hip-Hop and Contemporary Art

Kasseem Dean, a.k.a. Swizz Beatz (second from left), at his home in New Jersey with some of the artists whose work is in his collection (from left): Nina Chanel Abney, Kaws, Jordan Casteel and Cy
Living In: Riverside Boulevard: A Parade of Tall Buildings With Amenities Galore

Living In: Riverside Boulevard: A Parade of Tall Buildings With Amenities Galore

Apartments at Waterline Square are being sold out of an office at 475 West 61st Street.