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ScienceTake: This Tiny Robot Walks, Crawls, Jumps and Swims. But It Is Not Alive.

Researchers have created a tiny robot, small enough to navigate a stomach or urinary system, that one day may be used to deliver drugs inside the body.
Bottom Line for Davos Elite: Trump Is Good for Business

Bottom Line for Davos Elite: Trump Is Good for Business

Demonstrators in Zurich this week. While many are poised to recoil at President Trump’s arrival in Davos this week, much of the moneyed elite there are willing to overlook what they portray as the
Art Review: These Shadow Boxes Are Striking. The Story of Their Origin Is, Too.

Art Review: These Shadow Boxes Are Striking. The Story of Their Origin Is, Too.

Joseph Cornell’s “Homage to Juan Gris,” 1953–54. His shadow boxes are the focus of “Birds of a Feather: Joseph Cornell’s Homage to Juan Gris,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Larry Nassar Sentencing: ‘I Just Signed Your Death Warrant’

Larry Nassar Sentencing: ‘I Just Signed Your Death Warrant’

Judge Rosemarie Aquilina read a portion of a letter written by Dr. Nassar.
Meet the Stereotypes, the Guys Who Help Give Bruno Mars His Bounce

Meet the Stereotypes, the Guys Who Help Give Bruno Mars His Bounce

The Stereotypes, nominated for three Grammys for their work on Bruno Mars’s “24K Magic,” from left: Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus, Jonathan Yip and Ray Charles McCullough II (known as Charm).
For Pope Francis, Fake News Goes Back to the Garden of Eden

For Pope Francis, Fake News Goes Back to the Garden of Eden

Pope Francis has offered a largely cleareyed assessment of fake news, though at times he conflated it with a style of journalism he dislikes.
Indians Are Convulsed by Anger Over Film About a Legendary Hindu Queen

Indians Are Convulsed by Anger Over Film About a Legendary Hindu Queen

Indians protested the release of the Bollywood epic “Padmaavat,” about a legendary Hindu queen who commits suicide rather than submit to a Muslim ruler.
U.K.’s ‘Most Un-P.C.’ Charity Dinner Faces Harassment Accusations

U.K.’s ‘Most Un-P.C.’ Charity Dinner Faces Harassment Accusations

Great Ormond Street children’s hospital in London said that it would return money raised for it by the Presidents Club Charitable Trust.
Cell Behind Barcelona Attack May Have Had Sights on Eiffel Tower

Cell Behind Barcelona Attack May Have Had Sights on Eiffel Tower

A memorial site in Barcelona, Spain, after the attacks in August that left 16 dead and 140 others wounded.
Botox for Camels? At Saudi Arabia Beauty Pageant, That’s a Big No-No

Botox for Camels? At Saudi Arabia Beauty Pageant, That’s a Big No-No

Camels at a beauty contest in Rumah, Saudi Arabia, this past week.
Daughters of African Immigrants Use the Stage to Tell of Two Worlds

Daughters of African Immigrants Use the Stage to Tell of Two Worlds

Clockwise from top left: Danai Gurira, Jocelyn Bioh, Mfoniso Udofia and Ngozi Anyanwu.
What to Read About the Best Picture Oscar Nominees

What to Read About the Best Picture Oscar Nominees

Vicky Krieps and Daniel Day-Lewis in “Phantom Thread.”
Op-Ed Contributors: Enough Trump Bashing, Democrats

Op-Ed Contributors: Enough Trump Bashing, Democrats

Nancy Pelosi at a press conference with House Democrats at the Capitol on Saturday.
In Davos, a Club Trump Has Revered and Resented Finally Opens Its Doors

In Davos, a Club Trump Has Revered and Resented Finally Opens Its Doors

President Trump will bring his protectionist, “America First” message to the ground zero of globalization at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, this week.
25 Years After a Breakthrough at Sundance, Trying to Break Through Again

25 Years After a Breakthrough at Sundance, Trying to Break Through Again

The filmmaker Leslie Harris says her film was “maybe a little bit ahead of its time. It was difficult just to get a black woman on the poster by herself.”
How Producer Blake Mills Coaxes Musicians Into Pushing the Envelope

How Producer Blake Mills Coaxes Musicians Into Pushing the Envelope

Blake Mills, the producer behind John Legend’s “Darkness and Light,” doesn’t chase trends: “The goal is always to make this better than all the other records the artist has done.”
Australian Open: Sandgren Loses to Chung, Then Targets the News Media

Australian Open: Sandgren Loses to Chung, Then Targets the News Media

Hyeon Chung beat Tennys Sandgren, 6-4, 7-6(5), 6-3, on Wednesday afternoon, becoming the first South Korean man to reach the semifinals of a Grand Slam singles tournament.