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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.
Trilobites: Where Did Animals With Tail Weapons Go? Here’s a Back Story

Trilobites: Where Did Animals With Tail Weapons Go? Here’s a Back Story

A Tyrannosaurus rex hunting a pair of ankylosaurs, which were equipped with bony, club-like tails. Researchers puzzle as to why more modern animals don’t have tail weaponry.
Review: ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ Is Fashionable, but Flat

Review: ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ Is Fashionable, but Flat

Darren Criss as Andrew Cunanan in “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.”
On His First Day, Transit Chief Rode the Subway Into Work

On His First Day, Transit Chief Rode the Subway Into Work

Andy Byford began his first official day on Tuesday as president of New York City Transit by riding the subway from Grand Central Terminal to his office in Lower Manhattan.
Morocco Wants to Host the World Cup. Just Don’t Ask for Any Details.

Morocco Wants to Host the World Cup. Just Don’t Ask for Any Details.

A security officer outside Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca, which is hosting games in the monthlong African Nations Championship. Five months after entering the race to host the 2026 World Cup,
Macron Defends Migration Policy in France, Walking a Fine Line

Macron Defends Migration Policy in France, Walking a Fine Line

President Emmanuel Macron of France delivered a speech to police officers and gendarmes in the Gendarmerie headquarters in Calais on Tuesday.
Flurry of Lawsuits Filed to Fight Repeal of Net Neutrality

Flurry of Lawsuits Filed to Fight Repeal of Net Neutrality

Eric Schneiderman, New York State’s attorney general, is leading a lawsuit to block the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of net neutrality regulations.
U.S.-Backed Force Could Cement a Kurdish Enclave in Syria

U.S.-Backed Force Could Cement a Kurdish Enclave in Syria

A new American-backed border force will essentially be a restructured version of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, an official said.
Fearing DACA’s Return May Be Brief, Immigrants Rush to Renew

Fearing DACA’s Return May Be Brief, Immigrants Rush to Renew

Hasan Shafiqullah, the director of the immigration unit at the Legal Aid Society of New York, takes Marcela Alcaide Eligio’s photograph Tuesday for her DACA renewal application.
Ex-C.I.A. Officer Suspected of Compromising Chinese Informants Is Arrested

Ex-C.I.A. Officer Suspected of Compromising Chinese Informants Is Arrested

China killed or imprisoned several C.I.A. informants in the country starting in 2010, unraveling the agency’s source network in a devastating setback for the C.I.A.
YouTube Adds More Scrutiny to Top-Tier Videos

YouTube Adds More Scrutiny to Top-Tier Videos

Logan Paul, one of YouTube’s biggest stars, was dropped from its Google Preferred tier for posting inappropriate videos.
Pentagon Suggests Countering Devastating Cyberattacks With Nuclear Arms

Pentagon Suggests Countering Devastating Cyberattacks With Nuclear Arms

The Nuclear Posture Review was written at the Pentagon and is being reviewed by the White House.
G.M. Chief Cautions Trump Administration on Upending Nafta

G.M. Chief Cautions Trump Administration on Upending Nafta

The leadership team of General Motors discussed the company’s prospects at an investor conference in Detroit on Tuesday. From left, Mary T. Barra, chief executive; Dan Ammann, president; and Chuck
Critic’s Notebook: On Artists and Audiences at American Realness

Critic’s Notebook: On Artists and Audiences at American Realness

Lizzie Feidelson, foreground, and Nicole Marie Mannarino in Moriah Evans’s “Figuring.”
My Detox: Persimmons for Breakfast, Two (Healthy) Ways

My Detox: Persimmons for Breakfast, Two (Healthy) Ways

The chef Angela Dimayuga receives a shipment of persimmons from her mother in the fall — and tosses them into smoothies (top left) and porridge (top right). At center, a piece of her nutritional
Cuomo Says Budget Will Defend New York Against Trump’s ‘Economic Missile’

Cuomo Says Budget Will Defend New York Against Trump’s ‘Economic Missile’

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo unveiled his $168 billion spending plan Tuesday at the New York State Museum in Albany.