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Emboldened Israeli Right Presses Moves to Doom 2-State Solution

Emboldened Israeli Right Presses Moves to Doom 2-State Solution

Mr. Netanyahu’s Likud Party voted Sunday to support the annexation of Israeli settlements in occupied territory.
Op-Ed Contributor: How Not to Impeach

Op-Ed Contributor: How Not to Impeach

A billboard calling for the impeachment of President Trump was on display in Times Square in December.
Sidebar: Pulled Over in a Rental Car, With Heroin in the Trunk

Sidebar: Pulled Over in a Rental Car, With Heroin in the Trunk

The Supreme Court is set to decide what happens when a car rental company’s boilerplate contract collides with the Fourth Amendment, which bars unreasonable searches.
Vietnam '67: Was America Duped at Khe Sanh?

Vietnam '67: Was America Duped at Khe Sanh?

Gen. William C. Westmoreland reviewing troops in Vietnam in 1966.
Maura Jacobson, Creator of Witty Crosswords, Dies at 91

Maura Jacobson, Creator of Witty Crosswords, Dies at 91

Maura Jacobson in an undated family photograph. Her puzzle-making career began during a long convalescence after a traffic accident.
Books News: A Literary Portrait of Richard Avedon Causes Controversy

Books News: A Literary Portrait of Richard Avedon Causes Controversy

Richard Avedon and one of the photographs in his exhibition, “In the American West.”
Those Seatback Screens on Planes Are Starting to Disappear

Those Seatback Screens on Planes Are Starting to Disappear

Lindsay Renfro and her son Will McKinney, 6, at the Atlanta airport after arriving on a flight from Minnesota. She said she would not miss the seatback screens. “There are screens everywhere else in
Teterboro Airport: Steeped in Glamour, History and Noise

Teterboro Airport: Steeped in Glamour, History and Noise

Outside a Meridian hangar at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. “We cater to a very discerning clientele,” said Kirk Stephen, director of marketing for Meridian.
Review: The Met Opera’s ‘Tosca’ Overcomes Months of Chaos

Review: The Met Opera’s ‘Tosca’ Overcomes Months of Chaos

Tosca (Sonya Yoncheva) stabbing the villainous Scarpia (Zeljko Lucic) in the new production of Puccini’s “Tosca” at the Metropolitan Opera.
How Antivirus Software Can Be Turned Into a Tool for Spying

How Antivirus Software Can Be Turned Into a Tool for Spying

Employees of Kaspersky Lab at the company’s offices in Moscow. Intelligence officials in the United States believe Kaspersky’s antivirus software was turned into a tool for spying.
Fighting Climate Change, One Laundry Load at a Time

Fighting Climate Change, One Laundry Load at a Time

Two Novozymes employees, Sara Landvik, left, and Mikako Sasa, looking for mushrooms in Hareskoven Forest, near Copenhagen. The company studies enzymes that speed up chemical reactions or natural
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Is Hong Kong Really Part of China?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Is Hong Kong Really Part of China?

A lone yellow umbrella, the symbol of the Umbrella Movement in 2014, among placards last May marking the 20th anniversary of the return of Hong Kong to China.
In Chilly Start to 2nd Term, Mayor Looks Beyond New York

In Chilly Start to 2nd Term, Mayor Looks Beyond New York

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s second inauguration was truncated because of the fierce cold.
Lena Hall Plans an Ambitious Tribute to Her Favorite Musicians

Lena Hall Plans an Ambitious Tribute to Her Favorite Musicians

Lena Hall, left, in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” as Yitzhak, for which she won a Tony Award in 2014.
<div>Recreational Pot Is Officially Legal in California</div>

<div>Recreational Pot Is Officially Legal in California</div>

People lined up before dawn outside a cannabis dispensary in Oakland, Calif., on Monday.
With Disney Deal Looming, Murdoch’s Empire Is Fractured

With Disney Deal Looming, Murdoch’s Empire Is Fractured

Rupert Murdoch agreed in December to sell much of 21st Century Fox to the Walt Disney Company, leaving many wondering what the future holds for Mr. Murdoch and his two sons.
Several N.F.L. Coaches Depart as Regular Season Ends

Several N.F.L. Coaches Depart as Regular Season Ends

Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio was among several underachieving N.F.L. coaches who began the new year looking for a new job.
Deadly Iran Protests Prompt Warning of Harsher Response

Deadly Iran Protests Prompt Warning of Harsher Response

A protester raised her fist amid the smoke of tear gas at the University of Tehran on Saturday.