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Your Money: Yes, You Really Can Pay for Private School With 529 Plans Now

Your Money: Yes, You Really Can Pay for Private School With 529 Plans Now

Horace Mann School, a private college preparatory school in the Bronx, N.Y. The Republican tax bill allows $10,000 in annual tax-free 529 account withdrawals for private school from elementary school
Art Review: Remaking Ancient Greece, With Paints or Pixels

Art Review: Remaking Ancient Greece, With Paints or Pixels

A still from Elizabeth Price’s video installation “A Restoration” at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World.
17 Postcards From Our Correspondents Around the World in 2017

17 Postcards From Our Correspondents Around the World in 2017

Tourists taking gondolas in front of the Ponte della Paglia in Venice.
Janet Elder, a Top Editor at The Times, Dies at 61

Janet Elder, a Top Editor at The Times, Dies at 61

Janet Elder, who oversaw the administration of the Times newsroom and was an advocate for women in journalism, with the Times publisher, Arthur Sulzberger Jr., on election night in 2016.
Defying Trump, U.N. General Assembly Condemns U.S. Decree on Jerusalem

Defying Trump, U.N. General Assembly Condemns U.S. Decree on Jerusalem

The Palestinian foreign minister, Riad Malki, addressed the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday.
South Korean Building Fire Kills Dozens

South Korean Building Fire Kills Dozens

A fire engulfed a commercial building in Jecheon, South Korea, on Thursday.

Op-Docs: Santa Is a Psychedelic Mushroom

It’s time to embrace the shamanistic side of Christmas.
Congress Passes Stopgap Bill to Avoid Government Shutdown Against a Friday Deadline

Congress Passes Stopgap Bill to Avoid Government Shutdown Against a Friday Deadline

Representative Nancy Pelosi, the House Democratic leader, in Washington on Thursday, as negotiations continued on funding the government to avert a shutdown that would go into effect Friday at
Yes Me Can

Yes Me Can

“Me” has found new meaning in 2017.
The Neediest Cases Fund: On the Surface and Underneath, a Syrian Boy Carries the Scars of War

The Neediest Cases Fund: On the Surface and Underneath, a Syrian Boy Carries the Scars of War

Sariya El-Suleiman, 5. His family believes his skin condition was caused by a chemical from the rocket attack. Despite numerous prescriptons and medical tests, no solution has been found.
Grace, a Celebrated Chicago Restaurant, Closes After Its Founders Leave

Grace, a Celebrated Chicago Restaurant, Closes After Its Founders Leave

Michael Muser, left, the general manager of Grace, and the chef Curtis Duffy in 2016.
Tax Cuts Buoy Republicans, but They’re Swimming Against an Undertow

Tax Cuts Buoy Republicans, but They’re Swimming Against an Undertow

President Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, the House speaker Paul Ryan and the Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell at the White House yesterday.
Review: In ‘Downsizing,’ Matt Damon Sweats the Small Stuff

Review: In ‘Downsizing,’ Matt Damon Sweats the Small Stuff

From left, Udo Kier, Matt Damon and Christoph Waltz in “Downsizing.”
The Carpetbagger: Can Anita Hill Fix Hollywood’s Harassment Problem?

The Carpetbagger: Can Anita Hill Fix Hollywood’s Harassment Problem?

“There’s so much will and desire to end this problem,” said Anita Hill, who is heading a commission to address sexual harassment in Hollywood.
Town Fears G.O.P. Tax Plan Will Erode Its Egalitarian Pillars

Town Fears G.O.P. Tax Plan Will Erode Its Egalitarian Pillars

Columbia, Md., is a planned community created in the 1960s with the idea that a janitor could live alongside a chief executive.
Requiem for the Individual Mandate

Requiem for the Individual Mandate

The individual mandate, eliminated from the Affordable Care Act by the tax bill, was a crucial feature of Mitt Romney’s Massachusetts bipartisan health reform bill, signed in 2006.
Review: ‘Hostiles’ Grapples With the Contradictions of the Western

Review: ‘Hostiles’ Grapples With the Contradictions of the Western

Christian Bale and Adam Beach in “Hostiles,” directed by Scott Cooper.