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Wheels: Alexa, What Happened to My Car?

Wheels: Alexa, What Happened to My Car?

Byton, a start-up electric-car maker, promoted its Alexa integration at the 2018 CES trade show in Las Vegas.
Museum Told White House: No Van Gogh, but Here’s a Gold Toilet

Museum Told White House: No Van Gogh, but Here’s a Gold Toilet

An 18-karat-gold toilet, titled “America,” by the sculptor Maurizio Cattelan in a restroom of the Guggenheim Museum. It was used by museum visitors until last August.
South Korea Hospital Fire Kills at Least 37 People

South Korea Hospital Fire Kills at Least 37 People

Officials said they were still investigating the cause of a fire that engulfed Sejong Hospital in Miryang, South Korea, that killed at least 41 people.
Patrick Meehan Won’t Seek Re-election in Pennsylvania

Patrick Meehan Won’t Seek Re-election in Pennsylvania

Representative Patrick Meehan, Republican of Pennsylvania, in 2013.
The Larry Nassar Case and What Comes Next

The Larry Nassar Case and What Comes Next

Anna Dayton gave a victim impact statement at the sentencing hearing on Tuesday.
After 174 Years, Hasty Pudding Theatricals at Harvard Will Cast Women

After 174 Years, Hasty Pudding Theatricals at Harvard Will Cast Women

The actress Mila Kunis waves next to the Hasty Puddings Theatricals president, Amira Weeks, left, and vice president, Jacques Berguig, during a parade in honor of Ms. Kunis on Thursday in Cambridge,
With Larry Nassar Sentenced, Focus Is on What Michigan State Knew

With Larry Nassar Sentenced, Focus Is on What Michigan State Knew

Dr. Lawrence G. Nassar on Wednesday, when he was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison for molesting girls who came to him for treatment.
White House Memo: Trump’s Impromptu News Conference: An Unplanned Drop-By or a Deliberate Dig?

White House Memo: Trump’s Impromptu News Conference: An Unplanned Drop-By or a Deliberate Dig?

John F. Kelly, President Trump’s chief of staff, with Nick Ayers, the chief of staff for the vice president. It is hard to discern how Mr. Kelly views his job, or his relationship with the president,
Trump Ordered Mueller Fired, but Backed Off When White House Counsel Threatened to Quit

Trump Ordered Mueller Fired, but Backed Off When White House Counsel Threatened to Quit

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel overseeing the Russia investigation.
Trump Appointee Is Trying to Squelch Us, Labor Board Staff Says

Trump Appointee Is Trying to Squelch Us, Labor Board Staff Says

Air traffic controllers during the 1981 strike that ended in their dismissal, a pivotal moment in the labor movement’s decline. A litigator in that dispute, Peter B. Robb, is now the top enforcement
Op-Ed Columnist: The Economics of Dirty Old Men

Op-Ed Columnist: The Economics of Dirty Old Men

President Trump played to the crowd at a rally in West Virginia in August.
In a Busy Year, Malcolm Jenkins Raised a Fist and Checked All the Boxes

In a Busy Year, Malcolm Jenkins Raised a Fist and Checked All the Boxes

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins has been at the center of N.F.L. players’ protests this season, fighting for criminal justice reform and addressing racial inequality.
Editorial: Trump and the Holocaust Remembrance: A Second Chance

Editorial: Trump and the Holocaust Remembrance: A Second Chance

President Trump at the Yad Vashem memorial to the Holocaust in Jerusalem in May.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Quiet Radicalism of Melania Trump

Op-Ed Contributor: The Quiet Radicalism of Melania Trump

Melania Trump on the South Lawn of the White House in November.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: We Have Met the Enemy, and He Is Us

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: We Have Met the Enemy, and He Is Us

Protestors for and against right wing speaker Milo Yiannopoulos at the University of California, Berkeley in Septermber.

How Did Larry Nassar Get Away With It?

Lawrence G. Nassar, the sports doctor accused of sexually abusing more than 160 young women, committed his crimes with impunity for decades. Here’s how.
Why Is Pay Lagging? Maybe Too Many Mergers in the Heartland

Why Is Pay Lagging? Maybe Too Many Mergers in the Heartland

Matt Gies, a farm-equipment mechanic, repairing a tractor for a client in his shop at his farm in Berlin, Wis.
Art Review: A Museum’s Fresh Take on the Whole Megillah

Art Review: A Museum’s Fresh Take on the Whole Megillah

The exhibition “Scenes From the Collection” at the Jewish Museum highlights an untitled work by William Anastasi, from 1987, composed of four canvases forming a cross, with the term “jew” overlapping