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Florida, Comcast, Delta Air Lines: Your Tuesday Briefing

Florida, Comcast, Delta Air Lines: Your Tuesday Briefing

A priest joined a snowball fight in St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican on Monday, the first real snow in Rome in six years. A Siberian weather front nicknamed the Beast from the East has brought frigid
Critic’s Notebook: Getting Into the Room With 2 Choreographers

Critic’s Notebook: Getting Into the Room With 2 Choreographers

From left, Bronwen MacArthur, Angie Hauser, Sarah Gamblin and Michelle Boule of Bebe Miller Company in “In a Rhythm” at New York Live Arts.
New York Today: New York Today: Protecting the Reservoir That Made Brooklyn

New York Today: New York Today: Protecting the Reservoir That Made Brooklyn

Matt Malina, the founder of NYC H2O, calls the Ridgewood Reservoir “a treasure for the community.”
The Conversation: Will We Ever Stop With the Political Games?

The Conversation: Will We Ever Stop With the Political Games?

Ivanka Trump at the closing ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Op-Ed Columnist: Death Penalty Madness in Alabama

Op-Ed Columnist: Death Penalty Madness in Alabama

Doyle Lee Hamm this month in Alabama as he faced execution, left, and in an undated photo in Mississippi.
U.N. Links North Korea to Syria’s Chemical Weapons Program

U.N. Links North Korea to Syria’s Chemical Weapons Program

Smoke billowed last week after an airstrike on the besieged neighborhood of eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus.
Lauren Ambrose Finally Gets Her Musical

Lauren Ambrose Finally Gets Her Musical

“I’ve been threatening to be in a musical for hundreds of years at this point,” said Lauren Ambrose (here at the Whitby Hotel).
How Boston’s Airport Bounced Back From the Storm That Crippled J.F.K.

How Boston’s Airport Bounced Back From the Storm That Crippled J.F.K.

Snow plows in waiting at Boston Logan International Airport. Though the same January storm hit Boston and New York, the cities’ airports had very different outcomes.
First Came the Sneakerheads, Then the Blue-Chip Art Collectors

First Came the Sneakerheads, Then the Blue-Chip Art Collectors

Takashi Murakami, left, and Virgil Abloh at “Future History,” their exhibition at London’s Gagosian Gallery.
Nonfiction: A Different Perspective on the Border

Nonfiction: A Different Perspective on the Border

A United States Customs and Border Protection agent in his vehicle along the Mexican border near Brownsville, Tex.
A Homeless Camp in Our Back Yard? Please, a University Says

A Homeless Camp in Our Back Yard? Please, a University Says

Tent City 3, a homeless encampment on the grounds of Seattle Pacific University.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Doesn’t Think Trump Would Have ‘Run’ Into Florida School

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Doesn’t Think Trump Would Have ‘Run’ Into Florida School

“There’s a lot in there that I doubt, but the part I really don’t believe is that he can run,” Stephen Colbert said of President Trump’s comments on how he’d have reacted to the Parkland shooting.
Italy Is Having an Election. Most Italians Are Too Depressed to Care.

Italy Is Having an Election. Most Italians Are Too Depressed to Care.

In Taranto’s Tamburi neighborhood, residents have grown accustomed to watching young people move away.
Toilet Paper Shortage Strikes Taiwan Amid Pricing Panic

Toilet Paper Shortage Strikes Taiwan Amid Pricing Panic

A city inspector checked toilet paper supplies on Monday at a store in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, to ensure inventory was not being held back.
Comcast Seeks Control of Broadcaster Sky, Countering Murdoch and Disney

Comcast Seeks Control of Broadcaster Sky, Countering Murdoch and Disney

Comcast said on Tuesday that it was making a $31 billion bid for the British satellite broadcaster Sky.