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ISIS Is Weakened, but Iraq Election Could Unravel Hard-Won Stability

ISIS Is Weakened, but Iraq Election Could Unravel Hard-Won Stability

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, a national hero for defeating the Islamic State and keeping Iraq in one piece, is the front-runner in the elections scheduled for May.
For David Beckham and M.L.S., a Miami Marriage at Last

For David Beckham and M.L.S., a Miami Marriage at Last

David Beckham expressed relief that his long quest to bring a Major League Soccer franchise to Miami had finally come to fruition.
Ditching Ballet Class to Find a Mentor and a New Way to Move

Ditching Ballet Class to Find a Mentor and a New Way to Move

Arcell Cabuag, left, and Ronald K. Brown rehearsing “Den of Dreams” in Brooklyn.
Live Briefing: Trump Is Delivering his First State of the Union Address. Watch Live

Live Briefing: Trump Is Delivering his First State of the Union Address. Watch Live

Members of the House, including Representative Nancy Pelosi, center, the Democratic leader, are wearing black to the State of the Union.
Do ‘Fast and Furious’ Movies Cause a Rise in Speeding?

Do ‘Fast and Furious’ Movies Cause a Rise in Speeding?

A traffic stop in Sacramento. Research suggests that watching movies about fast driving may encourage more fast driving.
Volkswagen Suspends Top Lobbyist Amid Inquiry Into Diesel Tests on Monkeys

Volkswagen Suspends Top Lobbyist Amid Inquiry Into Diesel Tests on Monkeys

Thomas Steg, Volkswagen’s chief lobbyist, was suspended on Tuesday amid scrutiny of German carmakers’ financing of diesel-emissions experiments on monkeys.
Saudi Arabia Says Detainees Handed Over More Than $100 Billion

Saudi Arabia Says Detainees Handed Over More Than $100 Billion

Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s 32-year-old crown prince, has pledged to reform the kingdom.
Joseph P. Kennedy III Gives Democratic Response to State of the Union

Joseph P. Kennedy III Gives Democratic Response to State of the Union

Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III, center, who delivered the Democrats’ response to the State of the Union.
California Today: California Today: Los Angeles’s Police Chief Says ‘It’s the Right Time’ to Retire

California Today: California Today: Los Angeles’s Police Chief Says ‘It’s the Right Time’ to Retire

Eric Garcetti, the mayor of Los Angeles, and Charlie Beck, the city’s police chief, embrace during a news conference on Jan. 19.
What Radicalizes Young Men? This Show Tells You via WhatsApp

What Radicalizes Young Men? This Show Tells You via WhatsApp

“The Believers Are But Brothers,” a hit in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year, is now at the Bush Theater in London.
Catalonia’s Parliament Delays Vote on Puigdemont as President

Catalonia’s Parliament Delays Vote on Puigdemont as President

Roger Torrent, the speaker of the Catalan Parliament, said on Tuesday that its vote to re-elect the former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont had been postponed but “under no circumstances canceled.”
Kenyans Name a ‘People’s President,’ and TV Broadcasts Are Cut

Kenyans Name a ‘People’s President,’ and TV Broadcasts Are Cut

Supporters of the opposition leader Raila Odinga gathered in Nairobi, Kenya, on Tuesday for a mock inauguration ceremony for him.
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Team Up to Try to Disrupt Health Care

Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Team Up to Try to Disrupt Health Care

Employees at an Amazon warehouse in Florence, N.J. The company will join forces with Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase to try to improve health care.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Nunes Conspiracy

Op-Ed Columnist: The Nunes Conspiracy

Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, in Washington on Monday.
Trump’s Stance on Russia Sanctions Angers Both Moscow and Washington

Trump’s Stance on Russia Sanctions Angers Both Moscow and Washington

President Trump and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in Hamburg, Germany, last year. Many of Mr. Putin’s closest advisers appear on a Trump administration list of people identified because their
The Eagles Crushed Vikings Fans’ Hopes. Now They’re Crashing Their Super Bowl Party.

The Eagles Crushed Vikings Fans’ Hopes. Now They’re Crashing Their Super Bowl Party.

Chad Babcock, a Green Bay Packers fan, at his home in Minneapolis. His friends warned him about renting his home out to Eagles fans.

Big Data, Big Problems: How Strava’s Heat Map Uncovers Military Bases

Strava's online exercise-tracking map unwittingly reveals remote military outposts — and even the identities of soldiers based there. The situation shows how data collection can lead to unintended
What He Did on His Summer Break: Exposed a Global Security Flaw

What He Did on His Summer Break: Exposed a Global Security Flaw

Nathan Ruser, an Australian college student, discovered that a fitness app had revealed the locations of military bases around the world. “Whoever thought that operational security could be wrecked by