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Stephen Bannon Returns to the Air With Satellite Radio Program

Stephen Bannon Returns to the Air With Satellite Radio Program

Steven K. Bannon, the former chief strategist to President Trump, during an event in Manchester, N.H., last month.
Turner Prize Goes to Lubaina Himid, Whose Work Depicts African Diaspora

Turner Prize Goes to Lubaina Himid, Whose Work Depicts African Diaspora

Lubaina Himid won Britain’s leading contemporary art prize for “her uncompromising tackling of issues” including colonial history and racism, the jury chairman said.
Kirstjen Nielsen, White House Aide, Is Confirmed as Homeland Security Secretary

Kirstjen Nielsen, White House Aide, Is Confirmed as Homeland Security Secretary

Kirstjen Nielsen, a top White House aide, was confirmed by the Senate on Tuesday as secretary of homeland security.

Op-Docs: No Jail Time: The Movie

To beg for leniency, defense attorneys are producing documentaries for an audience of one: the judge.
Review: Her Lips Are Blue, Her Dances Unpredictable

Review: Her Lips Are Blue, Her Dances Unpredictable

From left, Emma Rose Brown, Keely Garfield and Paul Hamilton in Ms. Garfield’s “Perfect Piranha” at the Chocolate Factory.
Rex Tillerson, Visiting Europe, Gets Cold Shoulder

Rex Tillerson, Visiting Europe, Gets Cold Shoulder

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson with Federica Mogherini, the European Union foreign policy chief, in Brussels on Tuesday. “A way must be found through negotiations to resolve the status of

Gearing Up: 5 Easy, Breezy Skin Care Tips for Guys this Winter

Don’t let the cold weather dry out your skin. Here are a few simple ways to maintain a good complexion.

Why Jerusalem Is a Controversial Capital

President Trump is expected to declare recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Here’s why that's so fraught.
It’s Official: Lebanese Prime Minister Not Resigning After All

It’s Official: Lebanese Prime Minister Not Resigning After All

Prime Minister Saad Hariri of Lebanon, center, rescinded his resignation at a cabinet meeting at the presidential palace on Tuesday.
The #MeToo Moment: Dream Crushers

The #MeToo Moment: Dream Crushers

At a recent TimesTalks event, Jessica Bennett, left, spoke with Megan Twohey, Emily Steel and Katie Benner about their stories exposing male abuse of power.
In London, Empowerment and Emotion at the Fashion Awards

In London, Empowerment and Emotion at the Fashion Awards

Donatella Versace, left, accepting the Fashion Icon award, and Naomi Campbell.
Op-Ed Contributor: How Vincent Scully Changed Architecture

Op-Ed Contributor: How Vincent Scully Changed Architecture

Professor Scully with the architect Robert A.M. Stern in 1981.
The CHIP Program Is Beloved. Why Is Its Funding in Danger?

The CHIP Program Is Beloved. Why Is Its Funding in Danger?

Alexander Gardner, 7, gets a check up at a clinic run by the Nemours Children’s Health System in Wilmington. His mother, Laquita Gardner, pays $25 a month for her sons’ CHIP coverage, with no
Russia Banned From Winter Olympics by I.O.C.

Russia Banned From Winter Olympics by I.O.C.

The Russian delegation at the opening ceremony of the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi. Olympic officials ruled on Tuesday that Russia is not allowed to participate, as a country, in the 2018 Winter Games.