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Power Companies Got a Tax Cut. Will Your Bill Reflect It?

Power Companies Got a Tax Cut. Will Your Bill Reflect It?

A Pepco crew repairing power lines in Washington. The company said it will cut customers’ rates because of its savings from the new tax law.
Trump’s First Full Physical Is Approaching. What He Discloses Is Up to Him.

Trump’s First Full Physical Is Approaching. What He Discloses Is Up to Him.

Dr. Ronny Jackson, a rear admiral in the Navy and the current White House physician, will oversee the president’s physical on Friday.
How a Coal Baron’s Wish List Became President Trump’s To-Do List

How a Coal Baron’s Wish List Became President Trump’s To-Do List

Robert E. Murray, chief executive of the largest coal mining company in the United States, at a Clean Power Plan hearing in Charleston, W.Va., in November.
Op-Ed Columnist: Iranian and Saudi Youth Try to Bury 1979

Op-Ed Columnist: Iranian and Saudi Youth Try to Bury 1979

During the Iranian revolution in 1979, a portrait of its leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, was held above a sea of protesters.

California Mudslides: ‘It’s Apocalyptic’

At least 17 people have been killed in mudslides in California. Survivors — including Oprah Winfrey — are slogging through the rubble and trying to recover.
Op-Ed Contributor: I’m Proud We Published the Trump-Russia Dossier

Op-Ed Contributor: I’m Proud We Published the Trump-Russia Dossier

Special counsel Robert Mueller, who is leading the Russia investigation.
Op-Ed Contributors: Greta Gerwig, Aaron Sorkin: Hollywood Must Change

Op-Ed Contributors: Greta Gerwig, Aaron Sorkin: Hollywood Must Change

A Time’s Up pin worn on the lapel of an actor arriving at the Golden Globes.
El Salvador Again Feels the Hand of Washington Shaping Its Fate

El Salvador Again Feels the Hand of Washington Shaping Its Fate

Downtown San Salvador on Tuesday. “It’s going to be chaos,” said one resident of the effect of the Trump administration’s decision to cancel a program that gave Salvadorans temporary status in the
Trump Administration Drops Florida From Offshore Drilling Plan

Trump Administration Drops Florida From Offshore Drilling Plan

Gov. Rick Scott of Florida on Tuesday. “My top priority is to ensure that Florida’s natural resources are protected,” he said last week.
SpaceX’s Secret Satellite Mission May Have Failed. What Happened?

SpaceX’s Secret Satellite Mission May Have Failed. What Happened?

The Falcon 9 rocket launched at Cape Canaveral, Fla., on Sunday, for the satellite mission known as Zuma.
Power Is Restored to Most of U.S. Virgin Islands After Hurricanes, Officials Say

Power Is Restored to Most of U.S. Virgin Islands After Hurricanes, Officials Say

St. John in the United States Virgin Islands had been operating with limited power after two powerful hurricanes.
Inside the Battle for Arthur Miller’s Archive

Inside the Battle for Arthur Miller’s Archive

Arthur Miller with his daughter Rebecca, in a photograph taken by his third wife, Inge Morath. Miller’s archive has just been acquired by the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin.
North Carolina Congressional Map Ruled Unconstitutionally Gerrymandered

North Carolina Congressional Map Ruled Unconstitutionally Gerrymandered

Republican State Senators Dan Soucek, left, and Brent Jackson review historic maps during a special legislative session in 2016 to set North Carolina’s 13 congressional districts.
John Lithgow, on Barnstorming His Way to Broadway

John Lithgow, on Barnstorming His Way to Broadway

Mr. Lithgow stepping on to the stage at the American Airlines Theater, where he is performing “John Lithgow: Stories by Heart.”
As Electric Cars’ Prospects Brighten, Japan Fears Being Left Behind

As Electric Cars’ Prospects Brighten, Japan Fears Being Left Behind

A Jatco factory in Fuji, Japan. An immediate, total shift to electric vehicles “would kill my business,” said Terry Nakatsuka, the carmaker’s chief executive.
Nonfiction: At a Public School in Denver, Refugee Children Find Hope and Frustration

Nonfiction: At a Public School in Denver, Refugee Children Find Hope and Frustration

Congresswoman Diana DeGette speaking to students about immigration last January at South High School, which she attended.