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They Foiled a Terror Attack. Now They’re Starring in the Movie.

They Foiled a Terror Attack. Now They’re Starring in the Movie.

Spencer Stone, left, Anthony Sadler and Alek Skarlatos in Beverly Hills in January.
A Korean Olympic Dilemma: Do Hockey Sticks Violate U.N. Sanctions?

A Korean Olympic Dilemma: Do Hockey Sticks Violate U.N. Sanctions?

Anti-North Korea activists protesting on Tuesday at Mukho Port in Donghae, South Korea, near a ferry that brought musicians, dancers and singers from the North to perform at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
Tronc Agrees to Sell Los Angeles Times to Billionaire Doctor

Tronc Agrees to Sell Los Angeles Times to Billionaire Doctor

After decades of corporate control, The Los Angeles Times will once again come under local ownership.
Curious About the Lives of North Korea’s Isolated Athletes? Here’s a Glimpse

Curious About the Lives of North Korea’s Isolated Athletes? Here’s a Glimpse

Only two North Korean athletes — the figure skaters Ryom Tae-ok and Kim Ju-sik — qualified for the Pyeongchang Olympics on merit.
Angela Merkel Strikes New Deal With Old Partners, at a High Cost

Angela Merkel Strikes New Deal With Old Partners, at a High Cost

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany in Berlin on Wednesday with Horst Seehofer of the Christian Social Union, center, and Martin Schulz of the Social Democrats, right, after talks to form a coalition
Winter Olympics, SpaceX, Steve Wynn: Your Wednesday Briefing

Winter Olympics, SpaceX, Steve Wynn: Your Wednesday Briefing

The Falcon Heavy rocket launched successfully on Tuesday, the most powerful rocket sent into space by a private company. Built by Elon Musk’s company SpaceX, it carried a mannequin strapped into a car
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: It’s Time for an Immigration Enchilada

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: It’s Time for an Immigration Enchilada

Supporters of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in Los Angeles this month.
Op-Ed Contributor: Why Congress Doesn’t Always Do the Right Thing

Op-Ed Contributor: Why Congress Doesn’t Always Do the Right Thing

Members of Congress leaving the Capitol in January after voting on a resolution to fund the federal government.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Taming of a Demagogue

Op-Ed Columnist: The Taming of a Demagogue

President Trump speaking to members of the Republican National Committee in Washington last week.
As Trump Wavers on Libya, an ISIS Haven, Russia Presses On

As Trump Wavers on Libya, an ISIS Haven, Russia Presses On

The Libyan militia leader Gen. Khalifa Haftar, center, on Russia’s only aircraft carrier in January 2017.
Best of Late Night: Colbert Tries Taunting Trump Into Testifying Before Mueller

Best of Late Night: Colbert Tries Taunting Trump Into Testifying Before Mueller

Stephen Colbert wondered if calling President Trump “chicken” was enough to convince him to testify under oath.
Kim Jong-un’s Influential Sister to Visit South Korea for Olympic Ceremony

Kim Jong-un’s Influential Sister to Visit South Korea for Olympic Ceremony

Kim Yo-jong, the sister of Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, in Pyongyang last year. She will arrive in South Korea on Friday as part of North Korea’s 22-member government delegation to the Winter
Jasper Johns Still Doesn’t Want to Explain His Art

Jasper Johns Still Doesn’t Want to Explain His Art

Jasper Johns in his studio, a converted barn in Sharon, Conn.