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Alibaba’s Online Growth Surges, Even as It Looks Offline

Alibaba’s Online Growth Surges, Even as It Looks Offline

A Hema Xiansheng store in Shanghai. “Some of Alibaba’s ‘new retail’ initiatives have shown quite promising signs of initial success,” one analyst said, singling out the Hema chain.
Editorial: The Republican Plot Against the F.B.I.

Editorial: The Republican Plot Against the F.B.I.

Mr. Nunes claimed he had been given reports that President Trump and his associates were incidentally swept up in foreign surveillance by American spy agencies during the campaign.
In District Known for Failure, Will the State Finally Step In?

In District Known for Failure, Will the State Finally Step In?

According to a report prepared for the state, there were more than 50 fights at Hempstead High School between September and early December. “It disrupts me from learning in class,” said a senior.
Director of Veterans Hospital Accused of Manipulating Ratings Is Replaced

Director of Veterans Hospital Accused of Manipulating Ratings Is Replaced

The veterans hospital in Roseburg, Ore., where doctors said administrators had turned away some patients to improve ratings. The veterans department said on Thursday that it would replace the hospital
University of Pennsylvania Takes Away Steve Wynn’s Honors. And Bill Cosby’s, Too.

University of Pennsylvania Takes Away Steve Wynn’s Honors. And Bill Cosby’s, Too.

Steve Wynn receiving an honorary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2006. On Thursday, the university rescinded his degree, as well as Bill Cosby’s.
As Kenya Takes Orwellian Turn, Government Goes After Journalists

As Kenya Takes Orwellian Turn, Government Goes After Journalists

Supporters of Raila Odinga, the Kenyan opposition leader, at his “swearing in” ceremony in Nairobi on Tuesday. News coverage of the event prompted a crackdown.
Op-Ed Contributor: In Trump vs. the F.B.I., Trump Will Lose

Op-Ed Contributor: In Trump vs. the F.B.I., Trump Will Lose

Rod Rosenstein, deputy attorney general, testifying before a House Judiciary committee in December.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Abortion Memo

Op-Ed Columnist: The Abortion Memo

Activists during the March for Life in Washington two weeks ago.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Gang That Couldn’t Think Straight

Op-Ed Columnist: The Gang That Couldn’t Think Straight

President Trump hasn’t shown a lot of concern for Puerto Rico, large parts of which remain without power and in disrepair four months after Hurricane Maria struck.
‘My Baby Almost Died’: Formula Scandal Sends Shudders Through France

‘My Baby Almost Died’: Formula Scandal Sends Shudders Through France

An officer standing guard near the Lactalis factory in Craon, France, last month while investigators were on the premises.
Op-Ed Contributor: A Good Health Care Deal, but Only for Some

Op-Ed Contributor: A Good Health Care Deal, but Only for Some

Amazon workers, like those in this New Jersey warehouse, and workers at JPMorgan Chase and Berkshire Hathaway will be covered under a single new health care system structured by the three companies.
C.I.A. Director Defends Meeting With Russian Spy Chiefs

C.I.A. Director Defends Meeting With Russian Spy Chiefs

Mike Pompeo, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, insisted that neither he nor any other American officials went easy on the Russian spy chiefs in their recent meetings.
Kiribati Ends Aerial Search for Missing Ferry Passengers

Kiribati Ends Aerial Search for Missing Ferry Passengers

A dinghy, left, was found in the Pacific Ocean late last month carrying seven survivors from a missing ferry from Kiribati; they were taken to the fishing boat at right.
Right and Left React to the Debate Over the G.O.P. Memo on the F.B.I.

Right and Left React to the Debate Over the G.O.P. Memo on the F.B.I.

Representative Devin Nunes of California at a retreat for Republican lawmakers on Thursday. A memo drafted by Mr. Nunes and his staff on alleged abuses of power by the F.B.I. is at the center of a
Lactalis’s Salmonella-Contaminated Baby Formula: What Parents Should Know

Lactalis’s Salmonella-Contaminated Baby Formula: What Parents Should Know

Baby formula recalled by Lactalis at a drugstore in Anglet, France, because of potential salmonella contamination.
Tom Brady’s Peers Are Getting Older. He Can’t Relate.

Tom Brady’s Peers Are Getting Older. He Can’t Relate.

Tom Brady, the Patriots quarterback, after throwing for 290 yards and two touchdowns in New England’s win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the A.F.C. championship game on Sunday.
With Headwinds Looming, Mayor de Blasio Unveils $88.7 Billion Budget

With Headwinds Looming, Mayor de Blasio Unveils $88.7 Billion Budget

Mayor Bill de Blasio released an $88.7 billion preliminary budget Thursday, saying the city was “keeping a watchful eye on the risks that are coming our way up I-95, and down the New York State
Art Review: Shock of the Nude

Art Review: Shock of the Nude

Carolee Schneemann’s “Eye Body: 36 Transformative Actions for Camera,” 1963/2005. From her retrospective at MoMA PS1.
Art Review: At the Noguchi Museum, Worlds of Stone Fuse the Physical and the Dreamlike

Art Review: At the Noguchi Museum, Worlds of Stone Fuse the Physical and the Dreamlike

“Il Colosso Belzoni (Dormente),” from 1971. The drawing is among the works in “The Sculpture of Gonzalo Fonseca,” at the Noguchi Museum in Long Island City, Queens.