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Sessions Is Questioned as Russia Inquiry Focuses on Obstruction

Sessions Is Questioned as Russia Inquiry Focuses on Obstruction

Attorney General Jeff Sessions was interviewed in the special counsel investigation into Russian election meddling and whether President Trump obstructed justice.

Full Video From Davos: How Can Society Combat Sexual Harassment?

This World Economic Forum panel, developed in partnership with The New York Times, will explore how to call out abuses of power and support women in leadership roles. Elisabeth Bumiller, the
Beyond Murals: New York Picks 4 Artists in Residence to Tackle Social Issues

Beyond Murals: New York Picks 4 Artists in Residence to Tackle Social Issues

Tatyana Fazlalizadeh with one of her posters in Atlanta in 2014. She will create new works around New York City as an artist in residence.
California Today: California Today: A Final State of the State From Jerry Brown

California Today: California Today: A Final State of the State From Jerry Brown

Gov. Jerry Brown of California delivered the State of the State address in Sacramento in 2017.
New Homeless Shelters Slow to Open, Despite de Blasio Promise

New Homeless Shelters Slow to Open, Despite de Blasio Promise

Richard Heelan, 70, last fall in the men’s homeless shelter on Bergen Street in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Its opening had been delayed by a legal battle, one of many obstacles the city has encountered

Fixes: Putting the Voters in Charge of Fair Voting

Sophisticated misuse of data has made gerrymandering a peril to democracy. Now voters are fighting back for their right to equal representation.
U.S. Tariffs, Aimed at China and South Korea, to Hit Targets Worldwide

U.S. Tariffs, Aimed at China and South Korea, to Hit Targets Worldwide

A solar panel project, at left, in Wuhan, China. The United States accuses China of swamping the market with cheap, subsidized solar panels. But those panels are increasingly made in other countries.
North Korea Signals It Might Hold Military Parade on Eve of Olympics

North Korea Signals It Might Hold Military Parade on Eve of Olympics

A military parade in the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, last year. North Korea often celebrates major milestones with such shows of force.
On Campus: A Conservative Case for Identity Politics

On Campus: A Conservative Case for Identity Politics

A demonstrator at the University of California, Berkeley campus.
Earthquake, Davos, Academy Awards: Your Tuesday Briefing

Earthquake, Davos, Academy Awards: Your Tuesday Briefing

The Taj Mahal is undergoing its first deep cleaning since it was built in the 17th century. Pollution in India has turned parts of its marble facade yellow and black.
China’s Propagandists Wanted a Hero. ‘Frost Boy’ Fit the Bill.

China’s Propagandists Wanted a Hero. ‘Frost Boy’ Fit the Bill.

Wang Fuman, 8, and his father watched the flag-raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Saturday. The Chinese state news media didn’t miss the moment.
Tsunami Advisories Lifted After Alaska Earthquake

Tsunami Advisories Lifted After Alaska Earthquake

Traffic during the tsunami warning in Kodiak, Alaska, on Tuesday. An earthquake of magnitude 7.9 was reported at 12:31 a.m. local time in the Gulf of Alaska.
Best of Late Night: Post-Shutdown, Seth Meyers Is Still Blue

Best of Late Night: Post-Shutdown, Seth Meyers Is Still Blue

Seth Meyers riffed Monday on the government shutdown and the weekend’s women’s marches.
A Billionaire Keeps Pushing to Impeach Trump. Democrats Are Rattled.

A Billionaire Keeps Pushing to Impeach Trump. Democrats Are Rattled.

Tom Steyer at his office in San Francisco. He has built a sprawling political operation with more than 200 staff members around the country.
Young Fitness Fogies Ditch $40 Classes for Hoops, Laps and Jogs

Young Fitness Fogies Ditch $40 Classes for Hoops, Laps and Jogs

Downtown Girls Basketball, a weekly pickup game at Public School 142 in New York.