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A Photographer’s Quest to Reverse China’s Historical Amnesia

The Chinese photographer Li Zhensheng has been on a decades-long mission to make his country remember the Cultural Revolution.
Xi Jinping Warns Taiwan That Unification Is the Goal and Force Is an Option

Xi Jinping Warns Taiwan That Unification Is the Goal and Force Is an Option

In his first major speech on Taiwan, the Chinese president laid out an unyielding stance, calling unification “the great trend of history.”
‘New Year Miracle’ in Russia: Baby Is Pulled From Rubble

‘New Year Miracle’ in Russia: Baby Is Pulled From Rubble

A still from a video showing an employee from the Emergencies Ministry carrying a baby from a partly collapsed apartment building in Magnitogorsk, Russia, on Tuesday.
Mitt Romney Says Trump ‘Has Not Risen to the Mantle of the Office’

Mitt Romney Says Trump ‘Has Not Risen to the Mantle of the Office’

Mitt Romney after meeting with President Trump at the president’s golf club in Bedminster Township, N.J., in 2016. Mr. Romney’s op-ed essay on Tuesday raised speculation that he could seek to
Ohio State 28, Washington 23 | Rose Bowl: As His Parting Gift, Urban Meyer Gives Ohio State a Rose Bowl Victory

Ohio State 28, Washington 23 | Rose Bowl: As His Parting Gift, Urban Meyer Gives Ohio State a Rose Bowl Victory

Coach Urban Meyer of Ohio Sate won his final game with the team before his planned retirement.
At Inauguration, Cuomo Rallies State Against Trump

At Inauguration, Cuomo Rallies State Against Trump

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo was sworn in for a third term on Tuesday in a ceremony on Ellis Island.

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘Don’t Message Me if You Can’t Handle a Real Woman’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
News Analysis: Kim and Trump Back at Square 1: If U.S. Keeps Sanctions, North Will Keep Nuclear Program

News Analysis: Kim and Trump Back at Square 1: If U.S. Keeps Sanctions, North Will Keep Nuclear Program

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un delivering his New Year’s speech. “Kim seems to be saying outright that his patience is running thin,” an analyst said.
U.S. Agents Fire Tear Gas Across Mexican Border

U.S. Agents Fire Tear Gas Across Mexican Border

Tear gas was deployed by American border agents early Tuesday.
Jair Bolsonaro Sworn In as Brazil’s President, Cementing Rightward Shift

Jair Bolsonaro Sworn In as Brazil’s President, Cementing Rightward Shift

Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, addressing the crowd in Brasília, the capital, on Tuesday. Mr. Bolsonaro declared that his inauguration was the day Brazilians were “being freed from
Norman Gimbel, Grammy and Oscar-Winning Lyricist, Dies at 91

Norman Gimbel, Grammy and Oscar-Winning Lyricist, Dies at 91

Norman Gimbel, left, and Charles Fox with their Grammy Awards for best song, “Killing Me Softly,” in 1973. “Norman had the extraordinary ability with his lyrics to capture the human condition with
Traffic Deaths in New York City Drop to 200, a Record Low

Traffic Deaths in New York City Drop to 200, a Record Low

Traffic deaths in New York City dropped to 200 last year, the lowest level in more than a century.
Netflix Blocks Show in Saudi Arabia Critical of Saudi Prince

Netflix Blocks Show in Saudi Arabia Critical of Saudi Prince

In the episode of his show blocked by Netflix in Saudi Arabia, Hasan Minhaj says, “Now would be a good time to reassess our relationship with Saudi Arabia, and I mean that as a Muslim and an
Critic’s Pick: Review: Met Opera’s ‘Adriana Lecouvreur’ Bristles With Passion and Danger

Critic’s Pick: Review: Met Opera’s ‘Adriana Lecouvreur’ Bristles With Passion and Danger

Piotr Beczala, left, as Maurizio and Anna Netrebko as the title character in Cilea’s “Adriana Lecouvreur” at the Met Opera.
2 Fishermen Die After Boat Capsizes on Westchester Reservoir

2 Fishermen Die After Boat Capsizes on Westchester Reservoir

The Muscoot Reservoir in Westchester County, seen in this photo from 2014, is a popular spot for trout and bass fishing.
How Biden Has Paved the Way for a Possible Presidential Run

How Biden Has Paved the Way for a Possible Presidential Run

Joseph R. Biden Jr. spoke with the novelist Jodi Picoult at an event last month in Vermont.
Shutdown Leaves Food, Medicine and Pay in Doubt in Indian Country

Shutdown Leaves Food, Medicine and Pay in Doubt in Indian Country

Dr. Lowell Styler treated Ashley Gravelle for a shoulder injury at the Sault Tribe Health and Human Services in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., on Monday. If the shutdown continues, health services may be
Bright Spot for N.Y.’s Struggling Schools: Pre-K

Bright Spot for N.Y.’s Struggling Schools: Pre-K

Students in a pre-K class at Public School 361 in Woodside, Queens in May 2017. New York City has the largest citywide prekindergarten initiative in the country.