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A Paper Tears Apart in a City That Never Quite Came Together

A Paper Tears Apart in a City That Never Quite Came Together

Los Angeles City Hall reflected in a window near the Los Angeles Times building. Recent turmoil at the newspaper is symptomatic of the city’s relative lack of strong civic institutions.
As Rebels Boycott, Russia Holds a Syria Peace Conference

As Rebels Boycott, Russia Holds a Syria Peace Conference

Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov of Russia was heckled at the Syrian peace talks in Sochi, Russia, on Tuesday.
News Analysis: The Real Aim of the Nunes Memo Is the Mueller Investigation

News Analysis: The Real Aim of the Nunes Memo Is the Mueller Investigation

House Speaker Paul D. Ryan said that Americans should see a secret memo that portrays the early stages of the Trump-Russia investigation as a partisan endeavor.

Watch Live: President Trump’s First State of the Union

President Trump is addressing Congress after serving a year in office.
Trump Vows a Muscular America to Confront a World of Enemies

Trump Vows a Muscular America to Confront a World of Enemies

President Trump on Capitol Hill on Tuesday for his first State of the Union address. “Perhaps someday in the future there will be a magical moment when the countries of the world will get together to
Op-Ed Contributor: Fix the F.B.I. Don’t Politicize It.

Op-Ed Contributor: Fix the F.B.I. Don’t Politicize It.

From left, President Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the F.B.I. director, Christopher A. Wray, in December.
Can Amazon and Friends Handle Health Care? There’s Reason for Doubt

Can Amazon and Friends Handle Health Care? There’s Reason for Doubt

Jeff Bezos, chief executive of Amazon, at Spheres, the company’s new office space in Seattle. He has disrupted many industries, but health care is a particularly challenging one.
They Told the Women in Bahia They Couldn’t Drum. Try Telling That to Banda Didá.

They Told the Women in Bahia They Couldn’t Drum. Try Telling That to Banda Didá.

Larissa Gabriele Rogerio and Víviam Caroline, center, play with Didá on the street outside Project Didá in Salvador’s historic neighborhood, Pelourinho.
Dennis Peron, Early Medical Marijuana Advocate, Dies at 71

Dennis Peron, Early Medical Marijuana Advocate, Dies at 71

Dennis Peron, right, with another marijuana activist, Jack Herer, in San Francisco in 1996 during a legalization campaign.
Before Trump’s Speech, a Chaotic White House Follows Tradition

Before Trump’s Speech, a Chaotic White House Follows Tradition

The mood in the White House was light on Tuesday as aides put finishing touches on President Trump’s State of the Union speech, and Mr. Trump practiced, as his predecessors have done, in the Map Room.
Answers About the Secret Memo on the Trump-Russia Inquiry

Answers About the Secret Memo on the Trump-Russia Inquiry

Representative Michael K. Conaway, Republican of Texas, spoke to reporters after the House Intelligence Committee voted on Monday to release a secret memo on the Russia investigation.
Op-Ed Contributor: A Viewer’s Guide to Donald Trump

Op-Ed Contributor: A Viewer’s Guide to Donald Trump

Anthony Atamanuik as Donald Trump on “The President Show.”
‘Dr. Alexa, I’ve Been Sneezing and My Throat Is Sore’

‘Dr. Alexa, I’ve Been Sneezing and My Throat Is Sore’

An Amazon Echo smart speaker. A health care proposal from Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase could ultimately have patients using the Alexa voice assistant to discuss their symptoms.
Facebook Bans Ads for Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies

Facebook Bans Ads for Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies

Although Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, has expressed an interest in digital currencies, the company said ads for them were “frequently associated with misleading or deceptive