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On Stage Was Springsteen, in the Audience, Chris Christie

On Stage Was Springsteen, in the Audience, Chris Christie

Chris Christie, the former Republican governor of New Jersey, sorted through tickets to Bruce Springsteen shows that he had saved at his home in 2009.
India Tests Ballistic Missile, Posing New Threat to China

India Tests Ballistic Missile, Posing New Threat to China

The Agni 5 missile in 2013. The rocket has a strike range of more than 3,000 miles and a payload of 1.5 tons, which is enough to transport a fusion-boosted fission weapon, a type of nuclear device.
Trump Denies Changing His Position on Border Wall

Trump Denies Changing His Position on Border Wall

John Kelly, the White House chief of staff, with President Trump in the Oval Office in July.

A Mother’s Promise: You Can Be Yourself

Laurin’s husband was an activist. Her son chose to be brave in his own way.
Souring World Views of Trump Open Doors for China and Russia

Souring World Views of Trump Open Doors for China and Russia

President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday at the Capitol. Approval of American leadership has dropped nearly 20 percentage points since President Barack Obama’s final year in office
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Will Women Lead the Democrats to Victory?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Will Women Lead the Democrats to Victory?

Patty Schachtner, a Democrat who unexpectedly won a State Senate seat in Wisconsin this week.
HuffPost, Breaking From Its Roots, Ends Unpaid Contributions

HuffPost, Breaking From Its Roots, Ends Unpaid Contributions

The HuffPost newsroom in Manhattan. The website’s platform for 100,000 unpaid contributors will be replaced by new opinion and personal sections.
New York Today: New York Today: Street Philosophy

New York Today: New York Today: Street Philosophy

A “Night of Philosophy” in 2015 at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy on the Upper East Side.
Donald Trump, North Korea, Apple: Your Thursday Briefing

Donald Trump, North Korea, Apple: Your Thursday Briefing

The North and South Korean teams marched under a unified flag at the opening ceremony of the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. They will do so again next month at the Winter Games.
Op-Ed Columnist: A Modest Immigration Proposal: Ban Jews

Op-Ed Columnist: A Modest Immigration Proposal: Ban Jews

A group of Jewish immigrants to the United States c. 1900.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The El Salvador Tragedy

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The El Salvador Tragedy

Veronica Lagunas, shown with her son, is among the nearly 200,00 Salvadorans who have lost temporary permission to live in the United States that was granted in 2001.
After the Apologies, Restaurants Struggle to Change

After the Apologies, Restaurants Struggle to Change

The chef Mario Batali, right, with his business partner, Joe Bastianich, in 2016. Since accusations of sexual harassment against Mr. Batali surfaced in December, Mr. Bastianich and his team have been
Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Weighs In on the Claims Against Aziz Ansari

Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Weighs In on the Claims Against Aziz Ansari

Samantha Bee said that Aziz Ansari, the author of “Modern Romance: An Investigation,” should be able to tell when his advances are making someone uncomfortable.
In the Great Lakes, They’re Battling Ice, and Time. Take a Look.

In the Great Lakes, They’re Battling Ice, and Time. Take a Look.

The United States Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw, a 240-foot icebreaker.
Feature: Fear of the Federal Government in the Ranchlands of Oregon

Feature: Fear of the Federal Government in the Ranchlands of Oregon

Joe Cronin on his ranch in the Malheur National Forest, in October.
Does ‘Three Billboards’ Say Anything About America? Well …

Does ‘Three Billboards’ Say Anything About America? Well …

Off pitch: Frances McDormand in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”