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Thieves Steal Qatari Jewels in Brazen Theft at Ducal Palace in Venice

Thieves Steal Qatari Jewels in Brazen Theft at Ducal Palace in Venice

Some jewels on display at the “Treasures of the Mughals and the Maharajahs” exhibition, at the Ducal Palace in Venice. Thieves stole items from the exhibition on Wednesday.
Researchers Discover Two Major Flaws in the World’s Computers

Researchers Discover Two Major Flaws in the World’s Computers

Paul Kocher, left, moderating the RSA Conference 2016 in San Francisco. Mr. Kocher is an independent researcher who was an integral part of the team that discovered the flaws.
Auto Sales End a 7-Year Upswing, With More Challenges Ahead

Auto Sales End a 7-Year Upswing, With More Challenges Ahead

Chrysler Pacifica minivans at a dealership in Jackson, Mich., where incentives were being offered last spring to reduce manufacturers’ inventory.
The Hospital Gown Gets a Modest Makeover

The Hospital Gown Gets a Modest Makeover

In partnership with students from Parsons School of Design, Care and Wear has created a hospital gown in a kimono-inspired style.
Virginia’s Tiebreaker Drawing Is Back On. But It May Not Settle House Race.

Virginia’s Tiebreaker Drawing Is Back On. But It May Not Settle House Race.

Supporters for the Democratic candidate, Shelly Simonds, rallied last week in Newport News, Va. A drawing on Thursday will decide the outcome of her state House race with David Yancey.
The Carpetbagger: On the Golden Globes Red Carpet, Fighting Back in Black

The Carpetbagger: On the Golden Globes Red Carpet, Fighting Back in Black

Eva Longoria wearing black on the red carpet at the Kennedy Center Honors in December.
Critics Say FIFA Is Stalling a Doping Inquiry as World Cup Nears

Critics Say FIFA Is Stalling a Doping Inquiry as World Cup Nears

Gianni Infantino, the FIFA president, right, and Vitaly Mutko, who stepped down as chairman of the World Cup Local Organizing Committee amid state-sponsored doping allegations.
Would Twitter Ever Suspend Trump’s Account?

Would Twitter Ever Suspend Trump’s Account?

A television station at Seoul Railway Station in South Korea broadcast a report on Wednesday about President Trump’s tweet, which boasted about the United States’s nuclear capabilities.
Russia and Venezuela’s Plan to Sidestep Sanctions: Virtual Currencies

Russia and Venezuela’s Plan to Sidestep Sanctions: Virtual Currencies

People waiting outside a bank in Caracas, Venezuela, last month to exchange the Venezuelan bolívar for a new local currency. Venezuelan officials have plans to go a step further with a virtual
Paul Manafort Sues Mueller and Asks a Judge to Narrow the Russia Investigation

Paul Manafort Sues Mueller and Asks a Judge to Narrow the Russia Investigation

Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, last month in Washington.
Tech We’re Using: Tapping Technology to Advance the Future of Journalism

Tech We’re Using: Tapping Technology to Advance the Future of Journalism

Sam Dolnick, who oversees digital initiatives at The New York Times, likes to read several email newsletters at home in the morning.
Encounters: Working Out With Charles Glass, a Trainer to the Stars

Encounters: Working Out With Charles Glass, a Trainer to the Stars

Charles Glass, left, a trainer at Gold’s Gym in Venice, Calif., coaching Silvio Samuel.
‘Jeopardy!’ Tells Contestant: A ‘Gangster’ Is Not a ‘Gangsta’

‘Jeopardy!’ Tells Contestant: A ‘Gangster’ Is Not a ‘Gangsta’

The “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek, left, and Nick Spicher, a contestant who put the “E-R” in error.
Deep Freeze in U.S. Creates Heating Squeeze for Homeowners and Utilities

Deep Freeze in U.S. Creates Heating Squeeze for Homeowners and Utilities

Fernando Rodrigues of Rhoads Energy refills oil tanks in the sub-freezing chill early on Wednesday morning in Ronks, Pa.
Turkish Banker Is Convicted in Plot to Evade Iran Sanctions

Turkish Banker Is Convicted in Plot to Evade Iran Sanctions

A Halkbank branch in Istanbul. The defendant, Mehmet Hakan Atilla, was the bank’s deputy general manager for international banking.
Noted: A Selfie for Your Shelf

Noted: A Selfie for Your Shelf

What to do with a doob? They aren’t sturdy enough to play with, like a Barbie or Star Wars figure.