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The Fix: Rebooting the Bathroom

Installing new tile might not be the easiest way to refresh your bathroom, but it can be the most effective.

First Words: Why Do We Obsess Over What’s ‘Relatable’?

We praise our literature, television shows and politicians for reminding us of us — but do we really want to see ourselves everywhere we look?
U.S. Carbon Emissions Surged in 2018 Even as Coal Plants Closed

U.S. Carbon Emissions Surged in 2018 Even as Coal Plants Closed

Passenger planes at the Phoenix airport in July. Greenhouse gas emissions from airplanes and trucking increased sharply in 2018.
Democrats Took Control of Albany. Here Are 5 Issues That Will Test Their Leadership.

Democrats Took Control of Albany. Here Are 5 Issues That Will Test Their Leadership.

Democrats hold the majority in the Assembly and the Senate in New York State. Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins, center, is the first woman to be the majority leader of the State Senate.

Athletic Bilbao Is Flush With Cash and Facing Relegation

Bilbao remains loyal to its mission to field only Basque players. After losing stars to bigger clubs, it has a lot of money, but needs wins.
The Limits to Democratic Actions Against Trump

The Limits to Democratic Actions Against Trump

Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democratic leaders in Congress have promised to scrutinize many issues involving President Trump.
Mary Boone, Art Dealer, Cites Early Trauma in Bid to Avoid Prison

Mary Boone, Art Dealer, Cites Early Trauma in Bid to Avoid Prison

Mary Boone in 2016. Lawyers for the art dealer cited the trauma of an impoverished childhood in a court filing that seeks to help her avoid prison for tax evasion.
Feature: How Cities Make Money by Fining the Poor

Feature: How Cities Make Money by Fining the Poor

Brian Howell at the home of his girlfriend, Jessica Woods, in Corinth. Howell was incarcerated for $1,250 in fines and court costs for three unpaid traffic tickets.
No More Brace Face? Teens Increasingly Use Clear Aligners

No More Brace Face? Teens Increasingly Use Clear Aligners

Dr. Julissa Demorizi and Dr. Elliott Moskowitz show a clear aligner to a 12-year-old patient, Lila Hertzberg, in their Manhattan office.
Best of Late Night: Colbert Counts the Days of the Government Shutdown

Best of Late Night: Colbert Counts the Days of the Government Shutdown

Returning from his holiday break, Stephen Colbert joked: “Tonight I am excited to announce that after a 17-day shutdown, I am reopening ‘The Late Show.’”

Lens: Graciela Iturbide’s Photos of Mexico Make ‘Visible What, to Many, Is Invisible’

Over the past 50 years, Ms. Iturbide has captured layers of Mexico’s diverse cultures and practices, as well as the struggles and contrasts across the nation.
‘I Love My Skin!’ Why Black Parents Are Turning to Afrocentric Schools

‘I Love My Skin!’ Why Black Parents Are Turning to Afrocentric Schools

Thomas Lewis, a martial arts instructor, teaches a lesson at Little Sun People. The school has a new theme each month; in November, students studied human bodies with the help of a black pediatrician.
DealBook: Flipping the Economics of Paying for Education, Because They’re Upside Down

DealBook: Flipping the Economics of Paying for Education, Because They’re Upside Down

Purdue University has begun experimenting with a program that charges no upfront tuition, but requires graduates to pay back a percentage of their income once they're employed.

ScienceTake: Watch Scientists Brew Their Own Lava

In controlled experiments, high-speed cameras caught video of explosions that occur when water hits hot liquid rock.
When the Illness Is a Mystery, Patients Turn to These Detectives

When the Illness Is a Mystery, Patients Turn to These Detectives

Sara Mason-Silva suffers from a condition in which blood vessels become blocked and inflamed, causing intense, chronic burning pain in her hands and feet. Doctors have not been able to identify the
There Is a Free Lunch, After All. It’s at the Office.

There Is a Free Lunch, After All. It’s at the Office.

At the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank in Washington, employees get a free buffet of dishes like prime rib, crab cakes and housemade beignets.
Shutdown, Escape Rooms, Kim Jong-un: Your Tuesday Briefing

Shutdown, Escape Rooms, Kim Jong-un: Your Tuesday Briefing

A Secret Service member on guard outside the White House on Monday.