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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.
Ditching Spike in Favor of Kevin Costner and Some Mean Teens

Ditching Spike in Favor of Kevin Costner and Some Mean Teens

The new version of “Heathers” veers wildly from the movie, including different identities for the clique (from left, Melanie Field, Brendan Scannell and Jasmine Mathews) that controls high school
Governor Murphy Pledges a Progressive Course for New Jersey

Governor Murphy Pledges a Progressive Course for New Jersey

“We can once again be the state that leads the nation in progressive policies and puts common sense and our residents first in line,” Gov. Philip D. Murphy said Tuesday during his 34-minute inaugural
Justice Dept., Fighting to Kill DACA, Asks for Supreme Court Review

Justice Dept., Fighting to Kill DACA, Asks for Supreme Court Review

Demonstrations in support of the program that shields young immigrants from deportation at the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington on Tuesday.
Op-Ed Contributor: Florida Isn’t the Only State That Will Be Hurt by Offshore Drilling

Op-Ed Contributor: Florida Isn’t the Only State That Will Be Hurt by Offshore Drilling

Crews cleaning up Refugio State Beach north of Goleta, Calif., in May 2015, after crude oil spilled from a pipeline. The Trump administration said this month that it would allow new offshore oil and
Newly Discovered van Gogh Drawing Is a ‘Stylistic Missing Link’

Newly Discovered van Gogh Drawing Is a ‘Stylistic Missing Link’

“The Hill of Montmartre with Stone Quarry,” dated 1886, has been authenticated by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, which says it has documents that confirm the drawing is by Van Gogh.

How the Cranberries Rose to Fame

Dave Fanning, an Irish music journalist and one of the first to discover the Cranberries, talks about how Dolores O'Riordan found a place between grunge and Brit pop that catapulted the band to
CRITIC’s NOTEBOOK: J.M. Coetzee’s Boyhood, in Black and White

CRITIC’s NOTEBOOK: J.M. Coetzee’s Boyhood, in Black and White

A tiekiedraai, or dance party, on New Year’s Eve. Mr. Coetzee remembers: “I had a flash attachment on the Wega but could never get the flash to synchronize with the shutter.”
White House Fuels Immigration Debate With Terrorism Statistics

White House Fuels Immigration Debate With Terrorism Statistics

Kirstjen Nielsen, the homeland security secretary, called the report’s findings “truly chilling data” during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday.
Economic Scene: Making Medicaid a Tool for Moral Education May Let Some Die

Economic Scene: Making Medicaid a Tool for Moral Education May Let Some Die

A medical examination at the Family Health Center in Louisville. Kentucky is the first state in the country to impose a work requirement on recipients of Medicaid.
Horror for 13 California Siblings Hidden by Veneer of a Private Home School

Horror for 13 California Siblings Hidden by Veneer of a Private Home School

Members of the news media were parked outside the home of David A. Turpin and Louise A. Turpin in Perris, Calif.
Trump’s Harsh Words, Not His Plan for Wall, Dominate Hearing

Trump’s Harsh Words, Not His Plan for Wall, Dominate Hearing

“I don’t dispute that the president was using tough language,” Kirstjen Nielsen, the secretary of homeland security, told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday. “Others in the room were also using
Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump Will Soil You. Ask Lindsey Graham.

Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump Will Soil You. Ask Lindsey Graham.

Lindsey Graham during a meeting at the White House last week.
Mathilde Krim, Mobilizing Force in an AIDS Crusade, Dies at 91

Mathilde Krim, Mobilizing Force in an AIDS Crusade, Dies at 91

Dr. Mathilde Krim spoke about AIDS before the United Nations General Assembly in New York in 2011.