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Arizona Fires Rich Rodriguez After Investigation Into Misconduct

Arizona Fires Rich Rodriguez After Investigation Into Misconduct

Rich Rodriguez during an Arizona Wildcats game in November. He had coached there for six years before being fired on Tuesday after an investigation into misconduct allegations.
Showtime’s ‘The Circus’ Will Go On Without Mark Halperin

Showtime’s ‘The Circus’ Will Go On Without Mark Halperin

The political journalist Mark Halperin, left, is no longer part of Showtime’s “The Circus.” Mr. Halperin, in 2016 with his co-hosts, John Heilemann, center, and Mark McKinnon, will be replaced by Alex
The Neediest Cases Fund: Seeing an Opening to Leave Her Husband, She Took It and Didn’t Look Back

The Neediest Cases Fund: Seeing an Opening to Leave Her Husband, She Took It and Didn’t Look Back

Katherine Rivera, in dark red shirt, with her children, from left, Kayla, Edwin Jesus and Kiara in Manhattan, where they have been living at a shelter for the past year.
A Saucy App Knows China’s Taste in News. The Censors Are Worried.

A Saucy App Knows China’s Taste in News. The Censors Are Worried.

The headquarters of Beijing Bytedance Technology, the parent company of the Jinri Toutiao app, in Beijing. The app has a daily user base of 120 million people.
Did Trump Kill the Plan for a Hudson Rail Tunnel? Its Backers Hope Not

Did Trump Kill the Plan for a Hudson Rail Tunnel? Its Backers Hope Not

A portion of a new rail tunnel that will cross the Hudson River between New Jersey and Manhattan. The tunnel is considered one of the country’s most important infrastructure projects.
Trump Says His ‘Nuclear Button’ Is ‘Much Bigger’ Than North Korea’s

Trump Says His ‘Nuclear Button’ Is ‘Much Bigger’ Than North Korea’s

President Trump during a cabinet meeting last month. On Tuesday, he tweeted that he commands a “much bigger” nuclear arsenal than North Korea does.
Democrats Outline Demands as Threat of Shutdown Looms

Democrats Outline Demands as Threat of Shutdown Looms

Senator Mitch McConnell has promised a vote on immigration legislation if a bipartisan group of senators can reach agreement on a measure that would extend protection from deportation while also
Netanyahu Allies Rethink Remapping of Jerusalem

Netanyahu Allies Rethink Remapping of Jerusalem

An Israeli barrier along the Shuafat refugee camp, which would be affected by a redrawing of the Jerusalem map.
Critics Say Questions About Citizenship Could Wreck Chances for an Accurate Census

Critics Say Questions About Citizenship Could Wreck Chances for an Accurate Census

A naturalization ceremony in Tampa, Fla., last month. The government has sought to count everyone living in the United States, legally and otherwise, since the first census in 1790.
On Olympics: Nathan Chen Has Taken the Quad to a New Level. Is It Good for Figure Skating?

On Olympics: Nathan Chen Has Taken the Quad to a New Level. Is It Good for Figure Skating?

Nathan Chen competing in Moscow in October. He is undefeated in tuneup events before the Olympics, but he has had some shaky moments.

What’s Behind Iran’s Protests?

Widespread protests continue in Iran. It’s the largest unrest since the 2009 demonstrations against Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, then the president. But this time it’s different. Here’s why.
Robert Mann, a Founder of the Juilliard Quartet, Dies at 97

Robert Mann, a Founder of the Juilliard Quartet, Dies at 97

Mr. Mann, left, rehearsing with the other members of the Juilliard String Quartet, Joel Smirnoff, Joel Krosnick and Samuel Rhodes, at the Juilliard School in 1996.
As Flow of Foreign Students Wanes, U.S. Universities Feel the Sting

As Flow of Foreign Students Wanes, U.S. Universities Feel the Sting

Kansas State University is one of a number of colleges cutting programs because of declines in foreign student enrollment.
It’s So Cold That ...

It’s So Cold That ...

Commuters braved subzero temperatures as they made their way to work in Chicago on Tuesday.
With ‘The Chi,’ Lena Waithe Heads Home in Search of the Real Chicago

With ‘The Chi,’ Lena Waithe Heads Home in Search of the Real Chicago

With “The Chi,” Lena Waithe, the first black woman to win an Emmy for comedy series writing, has created a series about her hometown.