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Research Details How Junk Food Companies Influence China’s Nutrition Policy

Research Details How Junk Food Companies Influence China’s Nutrition Policy

Coca-Cola products on a shelf in a Beijing supermarket. While public health campaigns in China promote exercise, they omit the value of cutting calories or reducing intake of processed foods and
American Boy, 16, Caught Fighting for ISIS in Syria, Militia Says

American Boy, 16, Caught Fighting for ISIS in Syria, Militia Says

Smoke after bombings near Hajin in eastern Syria last month. A militia, the Syrian Democratic Forces, seized the city from the Islamic State and said it had captured a 16-year-old American fighting on
Jair Bolsonaro Takes Power. With a Vengeance.

Jair Bolsonaro Takes Power. With a Vengeance.

Jair Bolsonaro, president of Brazil, at a ceremony for the country's new naval commander.
With a Tough-on-Crime D.A. Stepping Down, Will Queens Turn to a Reformer?

With a Tough-on-Crime D.A. Stepping Down, Will Queens Turn to a Reformer?

The Queens district attorney, Richard A. Brown, 86, announced on Wednesday he would not seek re-election next fall.
Tech Fix: CES 2019: It’s the Year of Virtual Assistants and 5G

Tech Fix: CES 2019: It’s the Year of Virtual Assistants and 5G

DJI's virtual-reality headset connected to a drone was among the thousands of products on display at the CES tech conference in Las Vegas.
The Carpetbagger: Wakanda for Oscar?

The Carpetbagger: Wakanda for Oscar?

Ryan Coogler with some of his “Black Panther” department heads: from left, the cinematographer Rachel Morrison, the costume designer Ruth E. Carter and the production designer Hannah Beachler.
Tom Steyer, Billionaire Impeachment Activist, Won’t Run Against Trump

Tom Steyer, Billionaire Impeachment Activist, Won’t Run Against Trump

Mr. Steyer, the California billionaire, said on Wednesday that he would not seek the White House in 2020 and would instead focus on impeaching the president.

Edie Falco and David Chase on ‘The Sopranos’

Twenty years after the series debuted, the star and creator talk about how the show changed television. Oh, and about that ending. ...
Show Us Your Wall: In Seattle, Creating Community by Collecting Art and Artists

Show Us Your Wall: In Seattle, Creating Community by Collecting Art and Artists

On Shaun Kardinal’s wall, left to right: “Royalties Wanted,” by Anthony White (2018); an untitled painting by Ken Kelly (2010); and “500/500,” by Mr. Kardinal (2011).
Congress Summons Mnuchin to Explain Russian Sanctions Removal

Congress Summons Mnuchin to Explain Russian Sanctions Removal

House Democrats have called Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, to testify before Congress on Thursday.
U.S. Shutdown, Brexit, South Korea: Your Thursday Briefing

U.S. Shutdown, Brexit, South Korea: Your Thursday Briefing

President Trump addressing the nation from the Oval Office.

Jeff Bezos and MacKenzie Bezos Announce Divorce on Twitter

In a statement posted on his Twitter account, Mr. Bezos, the Amazon founder and richest man in the world, and Ms. Bezos, a novelist, said they would “remain cherished friends.”
Fed Ready to Pause on Interest Rate Increases

Fed Ready to Pause on Interest Rate Increases

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome H. Powell briefed reporters after December’s Fed meeting. Minutes of that meeting, released on Wednesday, show the Fed is likely to hit pause on rate increases in early
Victims of Abuse by Religious Order Priests Say Their Claims Fall Through the Cracks

Victims of Abuse by Religious Order Priests Say Their Claims Fall Through the Cracks

Larry Antonsen reported accusations of abuse to the Archdiocese of Chicago, but was told he would have to take his complaint to the Augustinian religious order.

Nonfiction: Anne Frank’s Diary, in Graphic Form, Reveals Its Humor

Ari Folman and David Polonsky’s graphic novel adaptation of the famous diary brings out new and vibrant aspects of Anne’s voice.
Trump Again Warns He May Declare National Emergency to Build Wall

Trump Again Warns He May Declare National Emergency to Build Wall

The president faces the urgent task of persuading wavering Senate Republicans that he could still come to an accord with Democrats.
‘The Sopranos’ 20th Anniversary: Here’s Your Complete Guide to Rewatching It

‘The Sopranos’ 20th Anniversary: Here’s Your Complete Guide to Rewatching It

Gandolfini and Lorraine Bracco in the pilot episode of “The Sopranos.”
‘Touch Me Not’ Review: Our Bodies Examined

‘Touch Me Not’ Review: Our Bodies Examined

Nakedness and intimacy are the basic themes of “Touch Me Not.”
Jorge Ramos: Trump Is the Wall

Jorge Ramos: Trump Is the Wall

Workers replaced sections of the border wall, left, with new sections, right, on Tuesday in Tijuana, Mexico.