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What Makes a Nick Saban Quarterback

What Makes a Nick Saban Quarterback

Alabama Coach Nick Saban, left, and Jalen Hurts, the Crimson Tide’s sophomore quarterback, after winning the Sugar Bowl on Monday and advancing to the national championship game.
Awkward: Brownback Said He Was Leaving as Kansas Governor. He Hasn’t.

Awkward: Brownback Said He Was Leaving as Kansas Governor. He Hasn’t.

Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas talked about his work as governor during an interview at the Kansas Statehouse in December.
Tim Rollins Dies at 62; Turned Bronx Teenagers Into Art Stars

Tim Rollins Dies at 62; Turned Bronx Teenagers Into Art Stars

The artist Tim Rollins in 1988 with members of his collaborative educational program Kids of Survival.
Rick Perry’s Plan to Rescue Struggling Coal and Nuclear Plants Is Rejected

Rick Perry’s Plan to Rescue Struggling Coal and Nuclear Plants Is Rejected

Energy Secretary Rick Perry had sought to guarantee financial returns for plants that stockpile at least 90 days’ worth of fuel.
A Mega-Dealer Expands: David Zwirner Plans a New Art Gallery

A Mega-Dealer Expands: David Zwirner Plans a New Art Gallery

David Zwirner, who is planning a five-story, $50 million gallery designed by Renzo Piano that is to open in 2020.
Google Memo Author Sues, Claiming Bias Against White Conservative Men

Google Memo Author Sues, Claiming Bias Against White Conservative Men

James Damore’s lawsuit against Google, which fired him last year after he criticized its diversity efforts, said, “Google’s open hostility for conservative thought is paired with invidious
Eyal Shani, an Israeli Celebrity Chef, Makes His New York Debut

Eyal Shani, an Israeli Celebrity Chef, Makes His New York Debut

The Israeli celebrity chef Eyal Shani is bringing his signature whole roasted cauliflower to Chelsea Market in a couple of weeks.
Already ‘Moderately Severe,’ Flu Season in U.S. Could Get Worse

Already ‘Moderately Severe,’ Flu Season in U.S. Could Get Worse

A flu vaccine being administered in Brownsville, Tex., in September. This winter’s flu season has been made worse by an imperfect vaccine and unusually cold weather, according to health experts.
Bulletin Board: Our Obituaries Editor on Coverage of Former Mormon Leader Thomas Monson

Bulletin Board: Our Obituaries Editor on Coverage of Former Mormon Leader Thomas Monson

Thomas S. Monson, 90, who died last week, served as prophet and head of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for nearly a decade.
Horgos Journal: A Visa-Free Zone Welcomes Your Wallet. But Maybe Not Your Beard.

Horgos Journal: A Visa-Free Zone Welcomes Your Wallet. But Maybe Not Your Beard.

The Chinese part of a special economic development zone made up of territory from China and Kazakhstan.
What Politicians Could Learn From Oprah Winfrey

What Politicians Could Learn From Oprah Winfrey

After Oprah Winfrey’s speech accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at Sunday’s Golden Globes, speculation about a possible presidential run soared.
Trilobites: The Invisible Underwater Messaging System in Blue Crab Urine

Trilobites: The Invisible Underwater Messaging System in Blue Crab Urine

The formidable blue crab can be detected even in murky water by the smaller mud crabs that it likes to eat. They sense two chemicals in the blue crab’s urine, a new study has found.
States Confront the Spread of a Deadly Disease in Deer

States Confront the Spread of a Deadly Disease in Deer

Game warden Zac Norris, left, with a buck shot by Brodie McDonald during a special hunt to check for chronic wasting disease in deer in Montana last month.
Op-Ed Contributor: Oprah, Don’t Do It

Op-Ed Contributor: Oprah, Don’t Do It

Oprah Winfrey at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night, when she gave an impassioned speech.
India’s Supreme Court Orders Review of Gay Sex Ban

India’s Supreme Court Orders Review of Gay Sex Ban

Indian advocates of gay, bisexual and transgender rights take part in the 10th Delhi Pride march in New Delhi last November.
Trial Begins in Brooklyn of Jail Guard Accused of Raping Female Inmate

Trial Begins in Brooklyn of Jail Guard Accused of Raping Female Inmate

A former lieutenant at the Metropolitan Detention Center, the federal jail in Brooklyn, went on trial on Monday. He is accused of using his authority to repeatedly rape a female inmate.