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New York Today: New York Today: The State of Our State

New York Today: New York Today: The State of Our State

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo will address the state this afternoon from Albany.
Op-Ed Columnist: What Has Mitt Romney Learned?

Op-Ed Columnist: What Has Mitt Romney Learned?

Mitt Romney spoke to reporters after meeting with President-elect Trump in New Jersey in November 2016.
This Judge Has a Mission: Keep Defendants Alive

This Judge Has a Mission: Keep Defendants Alive

Judge Craig D. Hannah, center, at the Opiate Crisis Intervention Court in Buffalo, N.Y.
North Korea, Rich Rodriguez, Thomas Monson: Your Wednesday Briefing

North Korea, Rich Rodriguez, Thomas Monson: Your Wednesday Briefing

Ice floating along the banks of the Hudson River near the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, N.J., on Tuesday. The cold weather in North America, which has been blamed for a handful of deaths, is
The ‘Nuclear Button’ Explained: For Starters, There’s No Button

The ‘Nuclear Button’ Explained: For Starters, There’s No Button

A military aide traveling with President Trump in December carried the so-called nuclear football as he walked toward Marine One, the president’s helicopter.
Peru Bus Plunges Off ‘Devil’s Curve,’ Killing at Least 48

Peru Bus Plunges Off ‘Devil’s Curve,’ Killing at Least 48

Rescuers at the scene of a bus crash that killed dozens north of Lima, Peru, on Tuesday.
Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

A Shanghai chemistry laboratory owned by Hutchison China MediTech, a Hong Kong company that is working with AstraZeneca to develop a drug to treat lung, kidney, gastric and colorectal cancers.
The Pianist of the Resistance Captures a Surprise Award

The Pianist of the Resistance Captures a Surprise Award

The pianist Igor Levit, known for his thoughtful musicianship and outspoken politics, near his home in Berlin.
One Brooklyn Man’s Lonely Journey to Jihad

One Brooklyn Man’s Lonely Journey to Jihad

In an apartment building on East 10th Street in Midwood, Brooklyn, Akhror Saidakhmetov devoured news of the Islamic State, fueling what a memo from his lawyers called his “newfound sense of
Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks on Power and the #MeToo Moment

Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks on Power and the #MeToo Moment

Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks in New York City in December.
Nonfiction: No Light at the End of This Tunnel

Nonfiction: No Light at the End of This Tunnel

Palestinians surrender to Israeli soldiers in the occupied territory of the West Bank in June 1967.
Thomas Monson, President of the Mormon Church, Dies at 90

Thomas Monson, President of the Mormon Church, Dies at 90

Thomas S. Monson, president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in Salt Lake City in 2014.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Blasts Trump for Twitter Feud With Kim Jong-un

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Blasts Trump for Twitter Feud With Kim Jong-un

Stephen Colbert wasted no time in taking on President Trump in his first appearance back from vacation.
North Korea Reopens Border Hotline With South

North Korea Reopens Border Hotline With South

The return of the hotline, suspended nearly two years ago, could lead to direct dialogue between the two Koreas after years of hair-trigger tensions.
A Diary From a Gulag Meets Evil With Lightness

A Diary From a Gulag Meets Evil With Lightness

The journalist Zoya Eroshok in the Gulag History Museum in Moscow. She worked to uncover the author of a diary from the camps that is displayed at the museum.