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On Washington: New Pot Policy by Trump Administration Draws Bipartisan Fire

On Washington: New Pot Policy by Trump Administration Draws Bipartisan Fire

Senator Cory Gardner, Republican of Colorado, condemned the decision by the Trump administration to renew tough federal enforcement of marijuana laws.
U.S. to Start Korean Trade Talks Amid Rising Tensions

U.S. to Start Korean Trade Talks Amid Rising Tensions

President Moon Jae-in of South Korea, left, and President Trump at a meeting in September. The two sides will renegotiate a free-trade pact between them.
U.S. Job Market’s Strength Is Allowing More to Share in Pay Gains

U.S. Job Market’s Strength Is Allowing More to Share in Pay Gains

Construction, a middle-wage, middle-skill sector, is among the areas that has shown strong job growth in recent months.
Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Says Trump Should Embrace ‘Fire and Fury’ Book

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Says Trump Should Embrace ‘Fire and Fury’ Book

Trevor Noah said that President Trump should embrace a new book’s suggestion that he didn’t want to win the 2016 election. After all, Mr. Noah says, in that case why would he collude with Russia?
How to Win at Winter When You Hate Winter

How to Win at Winter When You Hate Winter

Getting out for exercise, even just to walk the dogs helps fight the cold and sluggish feeling of winter.
Peru’s Fujimori Is Released From Hospital, After Outcry Over Pardon

Peru’s Fujimori Is Released From Hospital, After Outcry Over Pardon

The former Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori leaving a hospital in Lima, the capital, on Thursday. Mr. Fujimori received a Christmas Eve pardon from the current president, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.
Editorial: Israel Digs a Grave for the Two-State Solution

Editorial: Israel Digs a Grave for the Two-State Solution

A Palestinian woman near Maale Adumim, one of the largest Israeli West Bank settlements.
Op-Ed Contributor: Saudi Arabia’s Chance to Create a Liberal Kingdom

Op-Ed Contributor: Saudi Arabia’s Chance to Create a Liberal Kingdom

A woman behind the wheel in March 2014 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as part of a campaign to defy the country’s ban on female drivers.
North and South Korea Agree to Border Talks Next Week

North and South Korea Agree to Border Talks Next Week

North Korean soldiers in front of the “Peace House” at the truce village of Panmunjom in the Demilitarized Zone between the two Koreas in November. The house is the likely venue for next week’s talks.
The Saturday Profile: A Rival Steps Up to Challenge Turkey’s President Erdogan

The Saturday Profile: A Rival Steps Up to Challenge Turkey’s President Erdogan

Meral Aksener, center, at a referendum campaign rally in Istanbul in March. She hopes to build on support from that campaign to run for president.
California Defiant in Face of Federal Move to Get Tough on Marijuana

California Defiant in Face of Federal Move to Get Tough on Marijuana

Even as California has expanded the sale of marijuana in the state, the Trump administration has taken steps to allow federal prosecutors to be more aggressive in prosecuting marijuana cases.
Toronto Theater Director Resigns Amid Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Toronto Theater Director Resigns Amid Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Albert Schultz in March at his office in Toronto. He said he would “vigorously defend” himself against the accusations.
Theresa May Apologizes for Delays in Britain’s Health System

Theresa May Apologizes for Delays in Britain’s Health System

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain visiting Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey, southwest of London.
Obstruction Inquiry Shows Trump’s Struggle to Keep Grip on Russia Investigation

Obstruction Inquiry Shows Trump’s Struggle to Keep Grip on Russia Investigation

Jeff Sessions's recusal from the Russia investigation has been a source of friction with President Trump.
Brendan Byrne, Former New Jersey Governor, Is Dead at 93

Brendan Byrne, Former New Jersey Governor, Is Dead at 93

Gov. Brendan Byrne looking over a copy of the state budget during a news conference in February 1977.