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‘Today’ Show Fans React: ‘I’m Very Disappointed in Him’

‘Today’ Show Fans React: ‘I’m Very Disappointed in Him’

A monitor on Rockefeller Plaza during the broadcast of the "Today" show on Thursday morning.
About New York: Politics in the Subways: Great When It Works, a Mess When It Doesn’t

About New York: Politics in the Subways: Great When It Works, a Mess When It Doesn’t

During a flood in the 1980s, when the subways were suffering from neglect, a nun waded along a ramp from the Times Square shuttle to the Lexington Avenue line.
Op-Ed Columnist: Republicans’ Tax Lies Show the Rot Spreads Wide and Runs Deep

Op-Ed Columnist: Republicans’ Tax Lies Show the Rot Spreads Wide and Runs Deep

John McCain’s past lectures on the need for “regular order” in the Senate aren’t stopping him from backing a tax bill that’s being rushed to a vote.
When It Comes to Contemporary Art, Miami Wants More, More, More

When It Comes to Contemporary Art, Miami Wants More, More, More

Alex Gartenfeld, the deputy director and chief curator of the new Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, with a work by Senga Nengudi, “Wet Night — Early Dawn — Scat Cat — Pilgrim’s Song.”
‘I’m Very Disappointed in Him’

‘I’m Very Disappointed in Him’

A monitor on Rockefeller Plaza during the broadcast of the "Today" show on Thursday morning.
Jerry A. Fodor, Philosopher Who Plumbed the Mind’s Depths, Dies at 82

Jerry A. Fodor, Philosopher Who Plumbed the Mind’s Depths, Dies at 82

Jerry Fodor in 2009. “He basically created the field of philosophy of psychology,” a colleague and collaborator said.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Happy Anniversary, Heart Transplant

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Happy Anniversary, Heart Transplant

Christiaan Barnard, center, with other heart surgeons and a model of the human heart in 1967.
American Detained by Military Wants a Lawyer, Government Acknowledges

American Detained by Military Wants a Lawyer, Government Acknowledges

An American citizen who was captured by a Syrian militia while apparently fighting for the Islamic State is being held by the United States military.

Sorry, or Not: How Men Accused of Sexual Misconduct React

Powerful men continue to be accused of sexual harassment and assaults, and have been responding by accepting, hedging or dodging the allegations.
Matter: The Scallop Sees With Space-Age Eyes — Hundreds of Them

Matter: The Scallop Sees With Space-Age Eyes — Hundreds of Them

A scallop with eyes arrayed on tentacles along the edge of its shell. Scientists have found that each eye contains two retinas receiving light from a unique mirroring system.
Niger Approves Armed U.S. Drone Flights, Expanding Pentagon’s Role in Africa

Niger Approves Armed U.S. Drone Flights, Expanding Pentagon’s Role in Africa

A Reaper drone at a French military base in Niamey, Niger, in October.
Without Obamacare Mandate, ‘You Open the Floodgates’ for Skimpy Health Plans

Without Obamacare Mandate, ‘You Open the Floodgates’ for Skimpy Health Plans

Kevin and Linda Conroy at home in San Diego this month. Just two months after Ms. Conroy obtained a short-term insurance policy, he had a heart attack and underwent triple bypass surgery. Their
Review: In ‘The Disaster Artist,’ How to Fail at Moviemaking

Review: In ‘The Disaster Artist,’ How to Fail at Moviemaking

Dave Franco, left, and James Franco in “The Disaster Artist.”
Erdogan Helped Turks Evade Iran Sanctions, Reza Zarrab Says

Erdogan Helped Turks Evade Iran Sanctions, Reza Zarrab Says

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey arriving in Parliament in Ankara on Tuesday.
Why You’ll Probably Pay More for Your Christmas Tree This Year

Why You’ll Probably Pay More for Your Christmas Tree This Year

Stacking freshly harvested Christmas trees in Philomath, Ore., in November. Market forces have driven tree prices higher this year and, in some places, created a scarcity.