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‘The Bachelor’ Goes International. Will Bachelor Nation Follow?

‘The Bachelor’ Goes International. Will Bachelor Nation Follow?

The contestants in “The Bachelor Winter Games,” drawn from 12 countries, will compete in athletic events like a biathlon and ice dancing, as well as for true love.
A Storytelling Choreographer Who Listens to Her Audience

A Storytelling Choreographer Who Listens to Her Audience

Camille A. Brown says that working not just in dance but also in theater “has helped me be a better choreographer.”
Sunday Routine: How Roy Wood Jr., Comedian, Spends His Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Roy Wood Jr., Comedian, Spends His Sundays

Roy Wood Jr., at home in Hell’s Kitchen with his girlfriend, Salone Monet, and their son.
She Boarded a Plane to See Her Dying Mother. Then Her Ticket Was Canceled.

She Boarded a Plane to See Her Dying Mother. Then Her Ticket Was Canceled.

United Airlines removed Carrol Amrich from a flight when an online agency canceled her ticket.
Time Travel for Photographers

Time Travel for Photographers

“The Munich Daguerre-Triptych” by Sylvia Ballhause
New York Today: New York Today: Broadway Mania

New York Today: New York Today: Broadway Mania

Maddie Savitch, Julie Savitch and Sammi Tapper at last year’s BroadwayCon.
Op-Ed Contributor: Falling Short on Science

Op-Ed Contributor: Falling Short on Science

A 3-D printing machine at a China-Ukraine scientific exhibition. China and other countries are making scientific investment a priority.
Op-Ed Columnist: Of Course the Christian Right Supports Trump

Op-Ed Columnist: Of Course the Christian Right Supports Trump

Jerry Falwell Jr., left, at a campaign event for Donald Trump in 2016.
Robert Mueller, Davos, South Korea: Your Friday Briefing

Robert Mueller, Davos, South Korea: Your Friday Briefing

Never invited when he was merely a businessman, President Trump addressed the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, today. Read our updates and analysis of the speech.
Deadly Fire Undermines South Korean Leader’s Vow to Make Country Safer

Deadly Fire Undermines South Korean Leader’s Vow to Make Country Safer

The fire that engulfed Sejong Hospital in the southern city of Miryang on Friday was the deadliest in South Korea in a decade.
Live Briefing: Trump, in Davos Speech, Sticks to Script as He Declares America Open for Business

Live Briefing: Trump, in Davos Speech, Sticks to Script as He Declares America Open for Business

President Trump’s presence in Davos, Switzerland, is notable for several reasons — starting with his values, which are clearly at odds with the forum’s majority.
What Is ‘Chain Migration’? Here’s the Controversy Behind It

What Is ‘Chain Migration’? Here’s the Controversy Behind It

Representative Luis V. Gutiérrez of Illinois, center bottom, joining a protest outside the Capitol last month supporting protections for immigrants.
With or Without U.S. Funding, Unesco Celebrates American Cities

With or Without U.S. Funding, Unesco Celebrates American Cities

San Antonio, Tex., a Unesco City of Gastronomy, is known for its mix of cuisines from various cultures. Above, some representative dishes from the restaurant Pharm Table.
U.S. Economy Grew at 2.6% Rate in Fourth Quarter

U.S. Economy Grew at 2.6% Rate in Fourth Quarter

Combined with a sinking jobless rate, a surging stock market and a sunny outlook, the report signaled continuing resilience.