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The Year in Sports

The Year in Sports

Rafael Nadal, left, and Roger Federer after the Australian Open final.
Hillsong Unites Believers and Those Old Agnostics John, Paul, George and Ringo

Hillsong Unites Believers and Those Old Agnostics John, Paul, George and Ringo

Members of Hillsong Church attended a Beatles-themed Christmas show at the Hammerstein Ballroom on Sunday.
Poland Overhauls Courts, and Critics See Retreat From Democracy

Poland Overhauls Courts, and Critics See Retreat From Democracy

President Andrzej Duda of Poland announcing his decision on Wednesday to sign a controversial judicial overhaul into law.
Profile: An American Jewish Author Now Calls Germany Home

Profile: An American Jewish Author Now Calls Germany Home

Deborah Feldman, the author of “Unorthodox,” “Exodus” and, most recently, “Überbitten,” browses in a Berlin bookstore.
2 Women Who Settled With O’Reilly Over Sexual Harassment Sue for Defamation

2 Women Who Settled With O’Reilly Over Sexual Harassment Sue for Defamation

Bill O’Reilly has said that the claims that led to his ouster from Fox News in April have no merit, that he “never mistreated anyone.”
Tech We’re Using: Using Technology to Be Environmentally Friendly

Tech We’re Using: Using Technology to Be Environmentally Friendly

Hiroko Tabuchi, an environmental reporter for The Times, using the GoodGuide app at a Sephora store in New York.
Op-Ed Contributor: Susan Rice: When America No Longer Is a Global Force for Good

Op-Ed Contributor: Susan Rice: When America No Longer Is a Global Force for Good

President Trump outlined his National Security Strategy in Washington on Monday.

School Sex-Abuse Report Shows Difficulty of Substantiating Claims

The KIPP charter school network hired investigators to look into allegations against two teachers, but they were unable to reach conclusions.
A New Russian Ploy: Competing Extradition Requests

A New Russian Ploy: Competing Extradition Requests

Lawyers for an accused Russian hacker, Pyotr Y. Levashov, leaving court after his extradition hearing in Madrid in July.
Robert O’Hara Thinks ‘Men Are Stupid.’ His New Play Shows Just How.

Robert O’Hara Thinks ‘Men Are Stupid.’ His New Play Shows Just How.

“In satire, you sort of imagine the unimaginable,” said Robert O’Hara, whose new play, “Mankind,” envisions a world without women.
Feature: Jordan Peele’s X-Ray Vision

Feature: Jordan Peele’s X-Ray Vision

Peele in Central Park, near where he grew up.

The 30 Best Fashion Images That Appeared in T This Year

Some of 2017’s greatest hits, which took us from Rockaway Beach to the Dior archives.
Eccentric, Sure. But a Violent Criminal? Staten Island Puzzles Over the Case of Richard Luthmann

Eccentric, Sure. But a Violent Criminal? Staten Island Puzzles Over the Case of Richard Luthmann

A devoted fan of “Game of Thrones,” Richard Luthmann once asked a judge to let him settle a lawsuit by dueling with his adversary’s lawyer in what he called his “common-law right to Trial by Combat.”
Frugal Traveler: An Ancient Egyptian City Stays Vibrant

Frugal Traveler: An Ancient Egyptian City Stays Vibrant

A view along the Corniche — the busy waterfront central to Alexandrian life.
Even Imperfect Algorithms Can Improve the Criminal Justice System

Even Imperfect Algorithms Can Improve the Criminal Justice System

Bail decisions have traditionally been made by judges relying on intuition and personal preference. Algorithms often yield immediate benefits: Jail populations can decline without hurting public
Olympic Officials Issue Strict Crackdown on Tricolor (of Russia)

Olympic Officials Issue Strict Crackdown on Tricolor (of Russia)

The Russian speedskater Olga Fatkulina at the 2014 Sochi Games in a vivid display of what you will not see at the 2018 Pyeongchang Games.