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Apple Cuts Revenue Forecast Because of Slow iPhone Sales in China

Apple Cuts Revenue Forecast Because of Slow iPhone Sales in China

An Apple store in Beijing. In a letter to shareholders, Apple’s chief executive, Timothy D. Cook, said poor sales in China had forced the company to reduce expectations for its most recent quarter.
Gene Okerlund, Serious Voice of Pro Wrestling, Is Dead at 76

Gene Okerlund, Serious Voice of Pro Wrestling, Is Dead at 76

Gene Okerlund at a wrestling match in Milwaukee in 1988. Nicknamed Mean Gene, he was a mild-mannered figure, especially by pro-wrestling standards.

domains: Super-Sorter Marie Kondo Now Has a Reality Show

On Netflix, you can watch other people freak out about “tidying up” for 2019.
Washington State Bans Sale of Semiautomatic Assault Rifles to Those Under 21

Washington State Bans Sale of Semiautomatic Assault Rifles to Those Under 21

A measure to ban the sale of assault rifles to people under 21 took effect in Washington with the new year.
Critic’s Notebook: Queen, Ally and the Alchemy of Musical Stardom on the Big Screen

Critic’s Notebook: Queen, Ally and the Alchemy of Musical Stardom on the Big Screen

In “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Rami Malek (with Gwilym Lee, left, and Joe Mazzello) misses Freddie Mercury’s eternal self-delight.
Spurning Erdogan’s Vision, Turks Leave in Droves, Draining Money and Talent

Spurning Erdogan’s Vision, Turks Leave in Droves, Draining Money and Talent

A commuter train in Istanbul passed an election poster for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan last June. Mr. Erdogan won re-election with greater powers, but the economy has faltered since then.
Nancy Pelosi, Icon of Female Power, Will Reclaim Role as Speaker and Seal a Place in History

Nancy Pelosi, Icon of Female Power, Will Reclaim Role as Speaker and Seal a Place in History

Ms. Pelosi, surrounded by her grandchildren and the children of other members of Congress, on her first day as speaker in 2007.
Sexism Claims From Bernie Sanders’s 2016 Run: Paid Less, Treated Worse

Sexism Claims From Bernie Sanders’s 2016 Run: Paid Less, Treated Worse

As Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont considers another run for president, former staffers said he had failed to address the harassment and sexism they faced while working on his 2016 campaign.
E.C.B. Takes Reins of Italian Bank to Prevent Wider Crisis

E.C.B. Takes Reins of Italian Bank to Prevent Wider Crisis

Banca Carige is now under the European Central Bank’s control. It is the first time the E.C.B. has appointed new management for a commercial bank since it acquired expanded powers in 2014.

Critic’s Notebook: Pittsburgh Report: Five Places for Healing Through Art

A vibrant visual arts community offers museums and alternative spaces in which to commune and ponder how to move forward.

Trump Says Mattis Resignation Was ‘Essentially’ a Firing, Escalating His New Front Against Military Critics

“What’s he done for me? How has he done in Afghanistan? Not too good,” Mr. Trump said of his former defense secretary. “I’m not happy with what he’s done in Afghanistan, and I shouldn’t be happy.”
China, Kerala, Moon Landing: Your Thursday Briefing

China, Kerala, Moon Landing: Your Thursday Briefing

President Xi Jinping’s first major speech about Taiwan.
The Dangerous Rise of the IUD as Poverty Cure

The Dangerous Rise of the IUD as Poverty Cure

A nurse discussing birth control at a clinic in 1940.
Why the World Needs America and China to Get Along

Why the World Needs America and China to Get Along

President Trump with President Xi Jinping of China in Beijing last year.
Freed From Forced Marriages, U.K. Women Stuck With the Bill

Freed From Forced Marriages, U.K. Women Stuck With the Bill

Britain’s foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, leaves the prime minister’s office at 10 Downing Street. The Foreign Office has been criticized for its policy of charging young women for their rescue from

Critic’s Notebook: ‘Bandersnatch,’ ‘The Sopranos,’ and the Myth of Certainty

Both the choose-your-own adventure gimmick in “Black Mirror” and debates around the “Sopranos” finale appeal to the same fallacy of knowable destiny.
Snowman-like Photo of Ultima Thule Sent Home by NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft

Snowman-like Photo of Ultima Thule Sent Home by NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft

The first clear image of the object nicknamed Ultima Thule, beamed back after the New Horizons spacecraft's flyby on Jan. 1.

Poetry: Leonard Cohen’s Posthumous Collection of Poems, Lyrics and Sketches

When he died in 2016, the singer left behind hundreds of notebooks that have yielded material for a new miscellany, “The Flame.”
Mitt Romney Faces Counterattacks From Trump Allies

Mitt Romney Faces Counterattacks From Trump Allies

Mitt Romney’s opinion piece was published just before he is to be sworn in as the junior senator from Utah.