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Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Is Skeptical About Trump’s Health Report

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Is Skeptical About Trump’s Health Report

“No heart problems, no dementia, no dentures,” Trevor Noah said on “The Daily Show,” summing up the presidential health report. “But did you test for racism?”
Toronto Journal: Shivering? That’s for City Folk. For Islanders, Ice Time Is Play Time.

Toronto Journal: Shivering? That’s for City Folk. For Islanders, Ice Time Is Play Time.

Michael Harris, his son Max, Tyler Ganton and Julian Ganton, all residents of the Toronto Islands, taking advantage of a frozen Toronto Harbor.
Tyler Hilinski of Washington State Found Dead in Apparent Suicide

Tyler Hilinski of Washington State Found Dead in Apparent Suicide

Tyler Hilinski started for Washington State in the Holiday Bowl against Michigan State last month.
Jo Jo White, Deadeye Shooter for Boston Celtics, Dies at 71

Jo Jo White, Deadeye Shooter for Boston Celtics, Dies at 71

The Boston Celtics’ Jo Jo White driving against Rick Barry of the Golden State Warriors in 1976.
Citing ‘Inexcusable’ Treatment, Advisers Quit National Parks Panel

Citing ‘Inexcusable’ Treatment, Advisers Quit National Parks Panel

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke in Washington in June. The joint resignation letter said he “appears to have no interest in continuing the agenda of science.”
Joshua Wong Sentenced in Hong Kong for Role in Umbrella Movement

Joshua Wong Sentenced in Hong Kong for Role in Umbrella Movement

Joshua Wong was sentenced to three months in prison on Wednesday for his role in protests in 2014.
Cuomo’s Congestion Pricing for New York City Begins to Take Shape

Cuomo’s Congestion Pricing for New York City Begins to Take Shape

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s plan to charge drivers in Manhattan’s most congested neighborhoods finally began to take shape in his budget address on Tuesday as he ruled out tolls on bridges in favor of
Navy Seeks to Prosecute Top Officers for Crashes

Navy Seeks to Prosecute Top Officers for Crashes

The damaged guided-missile destroyer the Fitzgerald off the coast of Japan in June after it collided with a Philippine-registered container ship.
Sports of The Times: The Center of U.S. Gymnastics’ Success Is Now a Haunted House

Sports of The Times: The Center of U.S. Gymnastics’ Success Is Now a Haunted House

A workout session at the Karolyi ranch, which is home to the national team training center for U.S.A. Gymnastics.
Retirements Are Down at the Australian Open. Is Money the Reason?

Retirements Are Down at the Australian Open. Is Money the Reason?

Mischa Zverev was the only player to retire from a first-round singles match at the Australian Open this year.
Right and Left React to President Trump’s Comments on Immigration

Right and Left React to President Trump’s Comments on Immigration

President Trump speaking to reporters on Sunday as he arrived for dinner with Representative Kevin McCarthy, the majority leader, at Trump International Golf Club in Florida. “I’m the least racist
G.O.P. to Use Children’s Health Insurance as Lure for Averting Shutdown

G.O.P. to Use Children’s Health Insurance as Lure for Averting Shutdown

A doctor examining Christopher Serrano, a 10-year-old who is covered by the Children’s Health Insurance Program, at Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin, Tex., this month.
Op-Ed Columnist: While You Were Sleeping

Op-Ed Columnist: While You Were Sleeping

An IBM researcher stands next to a cryostat, or cooling chamber, that contains a prototype of a commercial quantum computer processor.
Poll Finds Upturn in Sentiment on Tax Overhaul and Economy

Poll Finds Upturn in Sentiment on Tax Overhaul and Economy

The tax bill that President Trump signed last month remains relatively unpopular, although support for it has grown, according to a new survey conducted for The New York Times.