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El Chapo Trial: The 11 Biggest Revelations From the Case

El Chapo Trial: The 11 Biggest Revelations From the Case

The jury at the drug trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the Mexican kingpin known as El Chapo, will begin deliberating the case on Monday.
Guaidó Steers Venezuela to a Perilous Crossroads

Guaidó Steers Venezuela to a Perilous Crossroads

Juan Guaidó taking a call from the Canadian prime minister, Justin Trudeau, in Caracas on Sunday.
Greece, 10 Years Into Economic Crisis, Counts the Cost to Mental Health

Greece, 10 Years Into Economic Crisis, Counts the Cost to Mental Health

Health workers during a general strike in Athens in 2017. Annual state spending on mental health was halved in 2012, and it has been trimmed further each year since then.
What’s Really Radical? Not Taxing the Rich

What’s Really Radical? Not Taxing the Rich

A house is the biggest asset that most families own. If middle-class families can pay an annual tax on their main source of wealth, wealthy families can, too, says David Leonhardt.

Schumer and Sanders: Limit Corporate Stock Buybacks

Corporate self-indulgence has become an enormous problem for workers and for the long-term strength of the economy.
Critic’s Notebook: The Governor Who Partied Like It’s 1884

Critic’s Notebook: The Governor Who Partied Like It’s 1884

Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia at a news conference Saturday.
Super Bowl Commercials 2019: Brands Play It Safe and Look to the Future

Super Bowl Commercials 2019: Brands Play It Safe and Look to the Future

The Dude and Carrie Bradshaw are changing up their usual drinks, a white Russian and cosmopolitan, to join Stella Artois and Water.org in their new “Pour It Forward” clean-water campaign.
How a ‘Monster’ Texas Oil Field Made the U.S. a Star in the World Market

How a ‘Monster’ Texas Oil Field Made the U.S. a Star in the World Market

A fracking operation at a Shell site. Shell has developed algorithms to replicate and standardize the most effective drilling and fracking methods worldwide.
The Patriots’ Unyielding Dynasty Claims Sixth Super Bowl Title

The Patriots’ Unyielding Dynasty Claims Sixth Super Bowl Title

Julian Edelman and Tom Brady of the New England Patriots celebrated their 13-3 victory over the Rams in Super Bowl LIII.
Rapper 21 Savage Is Taken Into Custody by ICE, Officials Say

Rapper 21 Savage Is Taken Into Custody by ICE, Officials Say

The rapper 21 Savage has said he hailed from Atlanta, but officials said he was an “unlawfully present United Kingdom national” who was supposed to have left the United States in 2006.
Video Shows Undersea Wreck of Plane that Carried Soccer Star Emiliano Sala

Video Shows Undersea Wreck of Plane that Carried Soccer Star Emiliano Sala

A seat cushion believed to be from the missing plane was found on a beach at Surtainville, France.
Calamity at a Brooklyn Jail

Calamity at a Brooklyn Jail

The Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, where inmates had been forced to remain in their cells without reliable heat, hot food or showers for the better part of a week.
Queens Shooting: Man Is Killed in Fight at Subway Station

Queens Shooting: Man Is Killed in Fight at Subway Station

Police outside the 90th Street-Elmhurst Avenue 7 train subway station in Queens on Sunday.
Democrats Push Plan to Increase Social Security Benefits and Solvency

Democrats Push Plan to Increase Social Security Benefits and Solvency

Senator Richard Blumenthal before a town hall-style meeting in his home state, Connecticut. He is among the Democrats leading a push to expand Social Security.
Lion Air, India, Apple: Your Monday Briefing

Lion Air, India, Apple: Your Monday Briefing

A Boeing employee examining the wiring of a 737 Max jet.
Trump Won’t Commit to Making Mueller Report Public

Trump Won’t Commit to Making Mueller Report Public

The acting attorney general, Matthew G. Whitaker, said last week that the inquiry into the Trump campaign’s ties with Russia was nearing its end.
Grace Notes: Bringing Liberty’s Torch to Manhattan (Icy Weather Permitting)

Grace Notes: Bringing Liberty’s Torch to Manhattan (Icy Weather Permitting)

Ice sculptor Shintaro Okamato, left, carving a replica of the torch, arm and hand of the Statue of Liberty with Benjamin Brasso, center, at Madison Square Park on Friday.
Pope Francis Makes ‘Historic’ Gulf Tour Amid Yemen Crisis and Christian Repression

Pope Francis Makes ‘Historic’ Gulf Tour Amid Yemen Crisis and Christian Repression

Pope Francis is welcomed by the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, upon his arrival in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday.