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Romance? Not in My Backyard

Romance? Not in My Backyard

Some single New Yorkers prefer to travel for romance. Dating someone in their neighborhood — or worse still, their building — they’ll tell you, is just asking for trouble.
Nonfiction: One of the Men Who ‘Set Europe Ablaze’

Nonfiction: One of the Men Who ‘Set Europe Ablaze’

A B-17 bomber drops supplies to the French Resistance at Vercors in July 1944.
A Writer’s Controversial Past That Will Not Die

A Writer’s Controversial Past That Will Not Die

Richard Wright and Peter Matthiessen (left) in front of Notre-Dame, circa 1953.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Kimmel Attacks Devin Nunes, Key Figure in Secret Memo’s Release

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Kimmel Attacks Devin Nunes, Key Figure in Secret Memo’s Release

Jimmy Kimmel said that Representative Devin Nunes is not President Trump’s lap dog — “he’s more of a retriever.”
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How Millennials Are Changing German Politics

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How Millennials Are Changing German Politics

Kevin Kühnert, head of the Social Democratic Party’s youth organization, center, voted against the start of coalition talks in Bonn, Germany, last month.
Humane Society C.E.O. Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

Humane Society C.E.O. Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

Wayne Pacelle resigned as the chief executive and president of the Humane Society of the United States on Friday, after allegations of workplace misconduct surfaced.
Natalie Wood’s Drowning Now Classified as ‘Suspicious Death’

Natalie Wood’s Drowning Now Classified as ‘Suspicious Death’

Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner in 1980. Her drowning in 1981 was initially ruled an accident, but the case was reopened in 2011.
Shanghai Van Crash Caused by Smoking Driver, Police Say

Shanghai Van Crash Caused by Smoking Driver, Police Say

Dousing the van that hit pedestrians outside a Starbucks in Shanghai on Friday. A fire on board caused the smoking driver to lose control, the police said. The driver and 17 bystanders were injured.
Gut Microbes Combine to Cause Colon Cancer, Study Suggests

Gut Microbes Combine to Cause Colon Cancer, Study Suggests

A colored electron micrograph showing colon tissue with cancer in yellow, blood cells in red, mucus in blue and bacteria in light green. A study links colon cancer with two types of bacteria, which

What Is a ‘Bloody Nose’ Strategy in North Korea?

Many in the Trump administration argue a missile strike against North Korea could prevent nuclear war, but opponents of the strategy say it's a dangerous gamble.
White House Wants Pentagon to Offer More Options on North Korea

White House Wants Pentagon to Offer More Options on North Korea

A prominent Korea expert, Victor D. Cha, suggested that his nomination as an ambassador to South Korea had been sidelined because he warned administration officials against a “preventive” military
Teenager in ‘Slender Man’ Stabbing Gets 40 Years in Mental Hospital

Teenager in ‘Slender Man’ Stabbing Gets 40 Years in Mental Hospital

Morgan Geyser, 15, with her lawyer, Anthony D. Cotton, in court in Waukesha, Wis., on Thursday. Last year Ms. Geyser pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree intentional homicide.
With Memo, Devin Nunes, Once a Scourge of the Hard Right, Becomes Its Hero

With Memo, Devin Nunes, Once a Scourge of the Hard Right, Becomes Its Hero

Representative Devin Nunes, the Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, was cleared by the House Ethics Committee to resume his position after recusing himself earlier in the year.

Opinion: The Republican Tax Act Could Turn Texas Blue

More-expensive cities might be driving young Democrats to affordable right-leaning states.
Amazon and Apple Gush Over Holiday Sales

Amazon and Apple Gush Over Holiday Sales

A line for new iPhones in November in Cologne, Germany. Sales of the devices fueled Apple’s financial results, which were announced Thursday.