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British Far-Right Group Exults Over Attention From Trump

British Far-Right Group Exults Over Attention From Trump

Jayda Fransen, center, a leader of the far-right organization Britain First, marching in April with supporters in London.
Op-Ed Contributor: Conservatives Should Oppose Expanding the Federal Courts

Op-Ed Contributor: Conservatives Should Oppose Expanding the Federal Courts

The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, in San Francisco.
News Analysis: It Started as a Tax Cut. Now It Could Change American Life.

News Analysis: It Started as a Tax Cut. Now It Could Change American Life.

A job fair in Atlanta in last year. While Republicans promote their tax plan as a way to encourage job growth and economic expansion, its constraints on state and local taxation could restrict
Matt Lauer Firing Caps a Difficult Time at NBC News

Matt Lauer Firing Caps a Difficult Time at NBC News

Al Roker, left, Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb on the set of NBC’s “Today” show on Wednesday. For NBC News, Matt Lauer’s ignominious exit represents another setback in an already difficult period.
Senate Votes to Begin Debate on Tax Overhaul

Senate Votes to Begin Debate on Tax Overhaul

Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin has been unhappy with how the tax plan treats so-called pass-through businesses.
American Airlines Error Leaves Thousands of Holiday Flights Without Pilots

American Airlines Error Leaves Thousands of Holiday Flights Without Pilots

An American Airlines jet at Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington, one of the cities affected by a potential pilot shortage this holiday season.
New York City’s Ferry Fleet Is Off to a Fast Start

New York City’s Ferry Fleet Is Off to a Fast Start

After launching in May, New York City’s ferry system has proved enormously popular, with ridership far exceeding expectations.
Serial Killer Undone by Asking McDonald’s Co-Worker to Mind His Gun, Police Say

Serial Killer Undone by Asking McDonald’s Co-Worker to Mind His Gun, Police Say

Officers outside the McDonald’s in Ybor City, Fla., where a suspect was arrested in a series of killings in the Tampa area on Tuesday.
Brexit Cost Rises as Britain Retreats on Divorce Demands

Brexit Cost Rises as Britain Retreats on Divorce Demands

Boris Johnson campaigning in favor of Brexit last year in York, England.
Conservationists Face Once-Remote Prospect in Arctic Drilling Fight: Defeat

Conservationists Face Once-Remote Prospect in Arctic Drilling Fight: Defeat

Senator Maria Cantwell, left, and Senator Lisa Murkowski, chairwoman of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee, on Capitol Hill.
Matt Lauer, Charlie Rose and the Sexism of Morning TV

Matt Lauer, Charlie Rose and the Sexism of Morning TV

Matt Lauer on the “Today” show set, before his ouster on Wednesday.
For Westerners Imprisoned in Iran, New Signs of a Deal

For Westerners Imprisoned in Iran, New Signs of a Deal

Richard Ratcliffe, left, the husband of a detained British-Iranian woman, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, arrived for a meeting with Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Nov. 15 in London.
Afghan Girls’ Robotics Team Overcomes Setbacks to Win Contest in Europe

Afghan Girls’ Robotics Team Overcomes Setbacks to Win Contest in Europe

Members of a girls’ robotics team from Afghanistan at a competition in Washington in July. The team won an award this week at a major competition in Estonia.