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Meet Trump’s Worst!

Meet Trump’s Worst!

Even in the Trump cabinet, Wilbur Ross is outstanding (but he should watch his back).
Democrats Unite to Begin Push to Protect Pre-Existing Condition Coverage

Democrats Unite to Begin Push to Protect Pre-Existing Condition Coverage

Elena Hung, who helped found a child advocacy group known as Little Lobbyists, with her daughter, Xiomara, and Representative Nancy Pelosi in 2017.
Overlooked No More: Mabel Grammer, Whose Brown Baby Plan Found Homes for Hundreds

Overlooked No More: Mabel Grammer, Whose Brown Baby Plan Found Homes for Hundreds

Mabel Grammer, who started the Brown Baby Plan to help mixed-race children in Germany. She adopted 12, and found homes for 500 others.
Abolish Billionaires

Abolish Billionaires

People protesting against the World Economic Forum in Davos in January.
On Pro Basketball: Behind the Nets’ Success Is a Carefully Crafted Culture and, Finally, a Clue

On Pro Basketball: Behind the Nets’ Success Is a Carefully Crafted Culture and, Finally, a Clue

The Nets, behind unheralded players such as Spencer Dinwiddie, center, have become one of the N.B.A. season’s biggest surprises. But injuries have taken a toll recently.

Just Who Has Seen ‘Roma’? Netflix Offers Clues

The company has given Alfonso Cuarón’s film a significant theatrical release, but the industry has its doubts about the streaming service’s intentions.
Trump Loves the New Nafta. Congress Doesn’t.

Trump Loves the New Nafta. Congress Doesn’t.

President Trump at the signing ceremony for the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement last year with President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico, left, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada.
It Was Going to Be the First Safe Injection Site for Opioid Users. The Trump Administration Is Suing to Block It.

It Was Going to Be the First Safe Injection Site for Opioid Users. The Trump Administration Is Suing to Block It.

Used needles along train tracks in an open air drug market in Philadelphia’s Kensington section.
Taliban Peace Talks in Moscow End With Hope the U.S. Exits, if Not Too Quickly

Taliban Peace Talks in Moscow End With Hope the U.S. Exits, if Not Too Quickly

Former President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan, second from left, walking in a hall during talks between Afghan politicians and the Taliban in Moscow on Wednesday.
The U.S. Can Help Solve the Venezuelan Crisis by Not Being a Bully

The U.S. Can Help Solve the Venezuelan Crisis by Not Being a Bully

A political mural in Caracas reflecting the distrust in Venezuela of President Trump.
Beto O’Rourke On the Road: An Annotated Travel Log

Beto O’Rourke On the Road: An Annotated Travel Log

Beto O’Rourke, then a Texas Congressman, climbs in his truck after greeting supporters outside Fire Station No. 2 in El Paso last fall.
Made for Next to Nothing. Worn by You?

Made for Next to Nothing. Worn by You?

Inside the house of an Indian family. A new report from the University of California, Berkeley, focuses on the exploited home workers who help make the country the world’s second largest manufacturer
Ron Joyce, Force Behind Tim Hortons Doughnut Shops, Dies at 88

Ron Joyce, Force Behind Tim Hortons Doughnut Shops, Dies at 88

Ron Joyce, left, and Tim Horton in an undated photo. The fast-food chain Tim Hortons, originally known for its doughnuts and coffee, is a ubiquitous part of the Canadian landscape.
Critic’s Notebook: 21 Savage, American Rapper

Critic’s Notebook: 21 Savage, American Rapper

21 Savage’s style of rap has evolved from cold brutalism into something more reflective.