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The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: What’s Going On at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?

The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: What’s Going On at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?

Mick Mulvaney was named acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau by President Trump. He is is also the director of the White House Office of Management and Budget.
Millennials See Paternity Leave as a Priority

Millennials See Paternity Leave as a Priority

Jim McMillan of Ernst & Young, which offers 16 weeks’ paternity leave, holding Henry, as his wife Mary holds their new son, Charles.
Opinion: The Limits of ‘Believe All Women’

Opinion: The Limits of ‘Believe All Women’

A protest march for survivors of sexual assault and their supporters in Los Angeles.
Vietnam '67: Rethinking ‘McNamara’s War’

Vietnam '67: Rethinking ‘McNamara’s War’

Robert McNamara during an interview in his office in 1967.

Fixes: Where Birds and Planes Collide, a Winged Robot May Help

Some airports are testing “Robirds” to help protect both humans and birds in the air.
Meghan Markle Is Going to Make History

Meghan Markle Is Going to Make History

Meghan Markle at Kensington Palace in London on Monday after her engagement to Prince Harry was announced.
Republican Party, Donald Trump, Prince Harry: Your Tuesday Briefing

Republican Party, Donald Trump, Prince Harry: Your Tuesday Briefing

Melania Trump unveiled the White House’s Christmas decorations on Monday, kicking off a season that is expected to bring in more than 25,000 visitors. A performance of “The Nutcracker” recalled the
Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah’s Plan to Thwart the Republican Tax Bill

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah’s Plan to Thwart the Republican Tax Bill

Trevor Noah suggested reminding President Trump that former President Barack Obama is “super-rich.”
In the South and North, New (and Vital) Civil Rights Trails

In the South and North, New (and Vital) Civil Rights Trails

Little Rock Central High School, which will be included on the US Civil Rights Trail.
A New Way for Machines to See, Taking Shape in Toronto

A New Way for Machines to See, Taking Shape in Toronto

Geoffrey Hinton and Sara Sabour, holding a two-piece pyramid puzzle, are researching a system that could let computers see more like humans at a Google laboratory in Toronto.
Nonfiction: Muhammad Ali, Beginning to End for the First Time in a Book

Nonfiction: Muhammad Ali, Beginning to End for the First Time in a Book

Drew Bundini Brown tapes Muhammad Ali’s hands at their training camp in Deer Lake, Pa.

Muay Thai Runs in the Family

An experienced Muay Thai teacher is training his 16 children in the martial art to keep them off the streets and to help pay for their education.
Kehinde Wiley on Painting the Powerless. And a President.

Kehinde Wiley on Painting the Powerless. And a President.

Kehinde Wiley, who was chosen to paint a portrait of Barack Obama for the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington.
Bali Volcano Eruption Strands Thousands of Travelers

Bali Volcano Eruption Strands Thousands of Travelers

Visitors were in limbo on Tuesday, waiting for a way out, at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Bali.
Chinese General Being Investigated for Bribery Kills Himself

Chinese General Being Investigated for Bribery Kills Himself

Zhang Yang, then head of General Political Department of the People’s Liberation Army, in Beijing in 2014.