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Djokovic Advances to Australian Open Final Against Nadal

Djokovic Advances to Australian Open Final Against Nadal

Novak Djokovic confidently lived up to his favored status in Friday’s semifinal, backed by a strong serve, powerfully deep returns and sharp angles.
The Chavista Revolution Has Come Full Circle

The Chavista Revolution Has Come Full Circle

A rally against President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela on Wednesday, during which Juan Guaidó, the country's opposition leader, declared himself “acting president.”
Sunday Routine: How Madison McFerrin, Singer, Spends Her Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Madison McFerrin, Singer, Spends Her Sundays

Madison McFerrin, at home with her boyfriend and manager, Ned Levy.

At War: The Day They Came to Tell Me My Husband Died

Grieving people remember compassion, like the compassion I received from the sheriff’s deputies who stayed by my side until I was no longer alone.
The Romance of Real Estate

The Romance of Real Estate

“Sometimes you meet people and there is instant ease,” said Gabriella Winter, an associate broker at the Corcoran Group, with her husband, Doug Stone, a former client.
The Secret Sushi Bar on the 10th Floor

The Secret Sushi Bar on the 10th Floor

David Bouhadana works behind his four-seat sushi counter.
Border Wall Is Out of Sync With the Southwest’s Changing Politics

Border Wall Is Out of Sync With the Southwest’s Changing Politics

A portion of the border fence near the port of entry in Columbus, N.M. Each of the nine House members whose districts touch the border opposes a wall.
The Half King Is Dead. Long Live the Half King.

The Half King Is Dead. Long Live the Half King.

A portrait in the Half King of the photojournalist Tim Hetherington, who died while on assignment in Libya.

Well: Outrunning Hunger

Intense exercise may change the way certain neurons influence our appetite and metabolism.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon on the Company That’s Giving Weed to Government Workers

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon on the Company That’s Giving Weed to Government Workers

“Free weed for federal workers, so guess what travelers: That T.S.A. line can get slower,” Jimmy Fallon joked.
The Place to Challenge Ballet’s Gender Stereotypes? In Daily Class

The Place to Challenge Ballet’s Gender Stereotypes? In Daily Class

In company studios, dancers like American Ballet Theater members Skylar Brandt, from left, Jose Sebastian, Katherine Williams and Connor Holloway are challenging gender stereotypes.
A Nuclear Site Guard Accused Colleagues of Sexual Assault. Then She Was Fired.

A Nuclear Site Guard Accused Colleagues of Sexual Assault. Then She Was Fired.

As a guard at a nuclear facility in Nevada, Jennifer Glover endured months of harassment that she said culminated in a sexual assault.
Everest Fraud Leads Insurers to Threaten a Boycott

Everest Fraud Leads Insurers to Threaten a Boycott

Rescue helicopter landing pads at the airport in Lukla, Nepal, near Mount Everest. Helicopter evacuations can cost as much as $40,000, depending on how many trekkers are on board.

In Davos, Prince William Calls for Action on Mental Health

The second in line to the British throne said his generation should break with the British tradition to keep quiet about emotional struggles.
Venezuela, U.S. Shutdown, Alex Salmond: Your Friday Briefing

Venezuela, U.S. Shutdown, Alex Salmond: Your Friday Briefing

A defaced mural of President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela in Caracas on Thursday.
U.S. to Begin Blocking Asylum Seekers From Entering Over Mexican Border

U.S. to Begin Blocking Asylum Seekers From Entering Over Mexican Border

Honduran migrants in San Ysidro, Calif., after crossing under the United States border wall to seek asylum last month.