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Op-Ed Columnist: The G.O.P. Is Rotting

Op-Ed Columnist: The G.O.P. Is Rotting

Paul Ryan, left, and other congressional Republicans released the framework on their tax plan in September.
Along Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles, Unsettling Feelings to Go With the Scenery

Along Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles, Unsettling Feelings to Go With the Scenery

Golfers at the Mountain Gate Country Club as the Skirball Fire burned in Los Angeles on Thursday.
James Levine Denies ‘Unfounded’ Sexual Abuse Accusations

James Levine Denies ‘Unfounded’ Sexual Abuse Accusations

James Levine leading the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in 2015.

California’s Fires, by the Numbers

Just one of the fires raging in Southern California has already burned an area larger than Detroit, fueled by winds nearing hurricane strength. Here’s a look at the numbers behind the state’s worst
Ex-Governor’s Run Gives Democrats a Bit More Hope of Retaking the Senate

Ex-Governor’s Run Gives Democrats a Bit More Hope of Retaking the Senate

Former Gov. Phil Bredesen of Tennessee, a Democrat, will seek the Senate seat being vacated by Bob Corker, a Republican.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Australia’s Shifting Political Order

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Australia’s Shifting Political Order

Members of the Australian Parliament celebrate the passing of a same-sex marriage law on Thursday.
James O’Keefe, Practitioner of the Sting, Has an Ally in Trump

James O’Keefe, Practitioner of the Sting, Has an Ally in Trump

James O’Keefe discussed one of his undercover videos on the Hillary Clinton campaign in September 2015.
Ford Will Build Electric Cars in Mexico, Shifting Its Plan

Ford Will Build Electric Cars in Mexico, Shifting Its Plan

A Ford Fusion equipped with driverless controls at a Michigan test center. Ford says it will build driverless vehicles at a Michigan plant previously designated for electric car production.

Bitcoin’s Price Has Soared. What Comes Next?

The value of a single Bitcoin has risen 1,500 percent this year. Traditional financial institutions and a dose of irrationality are fueling the boom.
Fleeing the California Wildfires: What to Take and When to Evacuate

Fleeing the California Wildfires: What to Take and When to Evacuate

Gloria Andruskewicz evacuated her home in Ventura, Calif., on Thursday, as wildfires closed in.
‘No Two Are Exactly the Same’: How the Heisman Trophy Is Made

‘No Two Are Exactly the Same’: How the Heisman Trophy Is Made

The Heisman Trophy is forged in bronze inside a ceramic shell known as investment. When it returns from the foundry to MTM Recognition, the company in Oklahoma that produces the trophy each year, that
Op-Ed Columnist: The Republican War on Children

Op-Ed Columnist: The Republican War on Children

The health care of Alexander Gardner, 7, is covered by a federal program whose funding expired in September.
Nearly Every Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Disagrees With Trump’s Jerusalem Decision

Nearly Every Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Disagrees With Trump’s Jerusalem Decision

Top from left: Thomas R. Pickering, William Andreas Brown, William Caldwell Harrop. Middle from left: Edward P. Djerejian, Martin S. Indyk, Daniel C. Kurtzer. Bottom from left: Richard H. Jones, James
Bela, the Forgotten War Orphan

Bela, the Forgotten War Orphan

Ruth Saperstein Jaffe with evidence of her former life as Bela Raphael, the orphan saved by Sergeant Bert Simons.
House Republican Trent Franks Resigns Amid Harassment Investigation

House Republican Trent Franks Resigns Amid Harassment Investigation

Representative Trent Franks of Arizona on Thursday in Washington.
Renewable Energy Is Surging. The G.O.P. Tax Bill Could Curtail That.

Renewable Energy Is Surging. The G.O.P. Tax Bill Could Curtail That.

A wind turbine generator outside Peetz, Colo. The Republican tax bills seek to scale back tax preferences for renewable energy like wind and solar.