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Op-Ed Columnist: Tax Bill Hysteria

Op-Ed Columnist: Tax Bill Hysteria

The Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer, and the House minority leader, Nancy Pelosi, spoke out against the G.O.P. tax bill on Capitol Hill.
Sprawling Across New York, a Solstice Music Marathon

Sprawling Across New York, a Solstice Music Marathon

The flutist Andrew Bolotowsky, seated, and Henry Oelkers, dressed as Santa Claus, lead “The Earth Is Our Mother” in SoHo as part of Make Music Winter.
U.S. Tax Bill May Inspire Cuts Globally, While Fueling Trade Tensions

U.S. Tax Bill May Inspire Cuts Globally, While Fueling Trade Tensions

A Siemens facility outside Hamburg, Germany. European leaders worry the overhaul of the American tax code could create an uneven playing field.
A Sports Titan’s Strange and Sudden Abdication

A Sports Titan’s Strange and Sudden Abdication

John Skipper held one of the most powerful jobs in global sports as president of ESPN. This week, he suddenly walked away, citing an addiction problem.
Miss America Leaders Resign Amid Scandal Over Derogatory Emails

Miss America Leaders Resign Amid Scandal Over Derogatory Emails

Mallory Hagan, who was crowned Miss America in 2013, said she felt validated by a Thursday HuffPost report that revealed that top leaders in the Miss America Organization had privately disparaged her.

How Billy Crudup Plays 19 People in a One-Man Show

Billy Crudup explains how he becomes 19 characters in David Cale’s play “Harry Clarke,” which follows a shy Midwesterner as he reinvents himself as a Cockney Englishman.
F.B.I. Director Wants to Move Forward, but the President Is Making His Job Harder

F.B.I. Director Wants to Move Forward, but the President Is Making His Job Harder

Christopher A. Wray, the F.B.I. director, last week at the F.B.I. National Academy graduation ceremony in Virginia.
In Old Borscht Belt, New Casino Brings a Glimmer of Hope

In Old Borscht Belt, New Casino Brings a Glimmer of Hope

Prospective employees await their opportunity for an interview during a job fair for the new Resorts World Catskills casino in Monticello, N.Y.
Trump Promised to Kill Carried Interest. Lobbyists Kept it Alive.

Trump Promised to Kill Carried Interest. Lobbyists Kept it Alive.

From right, Gary D. Cohn, director of National Economic Council, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin with lawmakers in November to discuss tax legislation.
Past Debates Echo in Split Between Cornel West and Ta-Nehisi Coates

Past Debates Echo in Split Between Cornel West and Ta-Nehisi Coates

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., left, and Malcolm X at a march in 1964. Malcolm X criticized Dr. King for being used by white people “to teach Negroes to be defenseless.”
Privacy Complaints Mount Over Phone Searches at U.S. Border Since 2011

Privacy Complaints Mount Over Phone Searches at U.S. Border Since 2011

A traveler removing her laptop from her bag for scanning in May at Kennedy International Airport in New York.
Playlist: The Playlist: Cardi B Isn’t Going Anywhere and 9 More New Songs

Playlist: The Playlist: Cardi B Isn’t Going Anywhere and 9 More New Songs

Cardi B, whose “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)" was one of the biggest tracks of 2017, released two new singles this week.
Security Council Tightens Economic Vise on North Korea, Blocking Fuel, Ships and Workers

Security Council Tightens Economic Vise on North Korea, Blocking Fuel, Ships and Workers

Nikki R. Haley, the United States ambassador, voted with other members of the United Nations Security Council to impose new sanctions on North Korea on Friday.
Prosecutors Said to Seek Kushner Records From Deutsche Bank

Prosecutors Said to Seek Kushner Records From Deutsche Bank

Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, earlier this year. Deutsche Bank has lent hundreds of millions of dollars to the Kushner family real estate business.
2 Top Soccer Officials Found Guilty in FIFA Case

2 Top Soccer Officials Found Guilty in FIFA Case

From left, Manuel Burga, of Peru; José Maria Marin, of Brazil; and Juan Ángel Napout, of Paraguay. Mr. Marin and Mr. Napout were found guilty on several counts. The jury will continue to deliberate
WNYC Chief Pushed Growth at the Cost of Station’s Culture

WNYC Chief Pushed Growth at the Cost of Station’s Culture

Laura Walker, the president and chief executive of New York Public Radio, has built a public radio powerhouse, with a $100 million annual budget.