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On Olympics: Skiing or Snowboarding? Ester Ledecka Chose Both

On Olympics: Skiing or Snowboarding? Ester Ledecka Chose Both

Ester Ledecka is attempting to become the first athlete to compete in both skiing and snowboarding at the same Olympics.
Review: Four Women, Four Lifetimes, One Camera in ‘20th Century Blues’

Review: Four Women, Four Lifetimes, One Camera in ‘20th Century Blues’

Polly Draper (center) is a photographer trying to persuade her old friends Franchelle Stewart Dorn (left) and Kathryn Grody (right) to allow images of them in a retrospective in Susan Miller’s play.
Sabbath Railway Work in Israel May Unravel Netanyahu’s Coalition

Sabbath Railway Work in Israel May Unravel Netanyahu’s Coalition

Yaakov Litzman, Israel’s health minister, after handing in his resignation on Sunday in protest over railway maintenance work done on the Sabbath.
Op-Ed Columnist: Will These Senators Live Up to Their Own Principles?

Op-Ed Columnist: Will These Senators Live Up to Their Own Principles?

From left: Senators Bob Corker of Tennessee, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and John McCain of Arizona.
Shohei Ohtani, Japan’s Two-Way Star, Aims to Take M.L.B. Back to Its Future

Shohei Ohtani, Japan’s Two-Way Star, Aims to Take M.L.B. Back to Its Future

Shohei Ohtani hitting a home run during an international exhibition game between Japan and the Netherlands at the Tokyo Dome last year.
Battle for Control of Consumer Agency Heads to Court

Battle for Control of Consumer Agency Heads to Court

President Obama signs the Dodd-Frank Act in 2010. The act created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which Republicans have opposed.
In Tax Debate, Gift to Religious Right Could Be Bargaining Chip

In Tax Debate, Gift to Religious Right Could Be Bargaining Chip

Among the changes in the tax bill that passed the House this month is a provision to roll back a 1954 law that bans churches and other nonprofit groups from engaging in political activity.
Op-Ed Contributor: Congress’s Assault on Charities

Op-Ed Contributor: Congress’s Assault on Charities

A fund-raising gala for City Harvest, which delivers food to community food programs. Charities like City Harvest could be hurt under the Republican tax bills.
How a $250 Break for Teachers Explains a House-Senate Divide on Taxes

How a $250 Break for Teachers Explains a House-Senate Divide on Taxes

Shopping for school supplies in Burbank, Calif., in August. The House tax bill would eliminate a deduction for teachers who buy their own school supplies, while the Senate version would double it.
On College Football: For College Football Playoff, a Surplus of Contenders and Arguments

On College Football: For College Football Playoff, a Surplus of Contenders and Arguments

Auburn now has wins over Alabama and Georgia in its pocket. If it can beat the Bulldogs against the Southeastern Conference championship game, it may head into the College Football Playoff as one of
Added to the Storm’s Toll, Guilt and Heartache for Puerto Ricans Who Fled

Added to the Storm’s Toll, Guilt and Heartache for Puerto Ricans Who Fled

Natalia Roman and Francois Franceschini left Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and are living with his aunt in the Bronx. The couple, who recently enjoyed a boat ride in Central Park, said they are
He Raised Drug Prices at Eli Lilly. Can He Lower Them for the U.S.?

He Raised Drug Prices at Eli Lilly. Can He Lower Them for the U.S.?

Alex M. Azar II in 2006, when he was deputy health and human services secretary under President George W. Bush. He will begin confirmation hearings this week to head the department under President
Journalist Who Told Laquan McDonald’s Story Faces Fight Over Sources

Journalist Who Told Laquan McDonald’s Story Faces Fight Over Sources

“The one thing that I’m clear about is that I’m not revealing my sources,” said Jamie Kalven at his Chicago office.
Time Inc. Sells Itself to Meredith Corp., Backed by Koch Brothers

Time Inc. Sells Itself to Meredith Corp., Backed by Koch Brothers

The publisher of Time and People magazines was closing in Sunday on an agreement to sell itself to the Meredith Corporation.
The Talk of Turkey? A Politically Charged Trial in New York

The Talk of Turkey? A Politically Charged Trial in New York

Reza Zarrab, a Turkish-Iranian businessman accused of conspiracy to violate United States sanctions against Iran, is scheduled to go on trial in New York on Monday.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: China’s Trojan Train Into Hong Kong

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: China’s Trojan Train Into Hong Kong

Construction on the West Kowloon railway terminus station in Hong Kong, slated to open in late 2018. Plans are underway to place an immigration and customs checkpoint inside that would be operated by