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Op-Ed Contributor: What Facebook Taught Me About Net Neutrality

Op-Ed Contributor: What Facebook Taught Me About Net Neutrality

Signs at a rally in support of net neutrality in Boston on Thursday.
Op-Ed Columnist: Jerusalem Denial Complex

Op-Ed Columnist: Jerusalem Denial Complex

Worshippers prayed at a contested sacred site, which Jews call the Temple Mount and Muslims the Noble Sanctuary, in Jerusalem on Friday.
Liberal Activists to Democrats: Protect Young Immigrants or Shut Down Government

Liberal Activists to Democrats: Protect Young Immigrants or Shut Down Government

President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence meeting on Thursday with, from left, Representative Nancy Pelosi, Senator Paul D. Ryan, Senator Mitch McConnell and Senator Chuck Schumer.
Trent Franks, Accused of Offering $5 Million to Aide for Surrogacy, Resigns

Trent Franks, Accused of Offering $5 Million to Aide for Surrogacy, Resigns

Representative Trent Franks on Thursday in Washington. On Friday, he announced that he would resign from Congress immediately.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Great Al Franken Moment

Op-Ed Columnist: The Great Al Franken Moment

On a political level, Senator Al Franken was a leader of the gender-equality revolution. But he’s an excellent example of why the uprising had to be extreme and dramatic.
Saudi Arabia Disputes That Crown Prince Bought ‘Salvator Mundi’

Saudi Arabia Disputes That Crown Prince Bought ‘Salvator Mundi’

The Louvre Abu Dhabi. where the Leonardo painting “Salvator Mundi” will hang.
Snow in Texas Is ‘Pretty Cool’ for Children Seeing It for the First Time

Snow in Texas Is ‘Pretty Cool’ for Children Seeing It for the First Time

Ben Platt with a surfboard at a park in Corpus Christi, Tex., after snow fell for the first time in 13 years on Friday.
James Levine Will Not Face Criminal Charges in Illinois

James Levine Will Not Face Criminal Charges in Illinois

James Levine rehearsing at the Metropolitan Opera in 2013.
CNN Corrects a Trump Story, Fueling Claims of ‘Fake News’

CNN Corrects a Trump Story, Fueling Claims of ‘Fake News’

“I know you can’t help but spread #fakenews @cnn,” Donald Trump Jr. tweeted after the network corrected an earlier report involving him.

‘We Watched Our House Burn’: Losing It All in California’s Fires

In Ventura County, Jack Selby watched his childhood home burn to the ground, and Nancy Cole lost all her possessions, including family heirlooms from Holocaust survivors.
For Female Lobbyists, Harassment Often Accompanies Access

For Female Lobbyists, Harassment Often Accompanies Access

Vanessa Alarid, a lobbyist in New Mexico, said a lawmaker tried to trade sex for his vote of a bill.
Justice Dept. Investigating Fetal Tissue Transfers by Planned Parenthood and Others

Justice Dept. Investigating Fetal Tissue Transfers by Planned Parenthood and Others

A Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs. The Justice Department appears to be laying the groundwork for an investigation into the transfer of fetal tissue by abortion providers including
Supplements Claiming to Ease Opioid Addiction Come Under Scrutiny

Supplements Claiming to Ease Opioid Addiction Come Under Scrutiny

The F.D.A. recently warned about the “deadly risks” of kratom, a botanical substance that has been marketed as a safe treatment for opioid withdrawal. More and more businesses promote unproven
Five Travel Stories From 2017 to Help You Escape Into the World

Five Travel Stories From 2017 to Help You Escape Into the World

Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, in northeast Paris, is an urban oasis with lush hills, a Roman-style temple, and water views from almost every area of the park.
In Syria’s Skies, Close Calls With Russian Warplanes

In Syria’s Skies, Close Calls With Russian Warplanes

An image taken from a video of a Russian bomber striking Islamic State targets in Syria on Dec. 3.