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Hezbollah Urges ‘Patience and Calm’ Amid Lebanon’s Political Crisis

Hezbollah Urges ‘Patience and Calm’ Amid Lebanon’s Political Crisis

People watching the speech of the Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah at a cafe in Beirut, Lebanon, on Sunday.
Notable Deadly Shootings at Churches in Recent Years

Notable Deadly Shootings at Churches in Recent Years

Law enforcement officials at the scene of a fatal shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Tex. on Sunday.
Avoiding Trump, but Adopting His Divisive Playbook: Will It Work in Virginia?

Avoiding Trump, but Adopting His Divisive Playbook: Will It Work in Virginia?

While he is favored to win, Lt. Gov. Ralph S. Northam, the Democratic candidate for Virginia governor, is under duress from both his Republican opponent and his own left flank in ways that could
The ‘Click’ Moment: How the Weinstein Scandal Unleashed a Tsunami

The ‘Click’ Moment: How the Weinstein Scandal Unleashed a Tsunami

After Anita Hill’s televised testimony in 1991 about Clarence Thomas’s behavior, sexual harassment complaints to the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission increased 73 percent.
A Bull Market Should Make Investors Happy. This One Isn’t.

A Bull Market Should Make Investors Happy. This One Isn’t.

Traders working the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in October, the 12th straight month that the Standard & Poor’s 500 investment index has logged a positive return.
Saudi Prince, Asserting Power, Brings Clerics to Heel

Saudi Prince, Asserting Power, Brings Clerics to Heel

Men entering the Alrajhi Mosque, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for noon prayer.
Tax Plan Burdens Blue-State Republicans and Their Districts

Tax Plan Burdens Blue-State Republicans and Their Districts

Vicki Stout, a real estate agent in Livingston, N.J., said it was unimaginable to her that Congress would pass legislation that would so directly hammer her area.
Saudi Crown Prince’s Mass Purge Upends a Longstanding System

Saudi Crown Prince’s Mass Purge Upends a Longstanding System

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, center, at the Future Investment Initiative last month in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Gunman Kills at Least 26 in Attack on Rural Texas Church

Gunman Kills at Least 26 in Attack on Rural Texas Church

Jayanthony Hernandez, 12, center, was comforted by his mother, Mona Rodriguez, at a vigil at the Sutherland Springs, Tex., post office on Sunday night.
I.R.S. Commissioner, Demonized by Conservatives, Leaves on His Terms

I.R.S. Commissioner, Demonized by Conservatives, Leaves on His Terms

“Survival is its own reward,” said John A. Koskinen, the Internal Revenue Service commissioner, who survived impeachment threats from lawmakers and a change of presidents. His term ends on Thursday.
‘Maybe I Am Arnold!’ How Michael Urie Agreed to Fill Harvey Fierstein’s Shoes

‘Maybe I Am Arnold!’ How Michael Urie Agreed to Fill Harvey Fierstein’s Shoes

Michael Urie in his dressing room at Second Stage Theater, where he is starring in Harvey Fierstein’s play “Torch Song.” Mr. Fierstein gave him the lavender jacket from the original production as an
An Upscale Hamlet Weighs Whether to Be a Village (or Not to Be)

An Upscale Hamlet Weighs Whether to Be a Village (or Not to Be)

In Edgemont, a community in Westchester County known for its excellent schools and big houses, some residents are pushing for a referendum that would allow Edgemont to incorporate as a village, and
‘We Are Everywhere’: How Ethiopia Became a Land of Prying Eyes

‘We Are Everywhere’: How Ethiopia Became a Land of Prying Eyes

Takele Alene in his home in Fendika, Ethiopia. Besides being a farmer, Mr. Alene is a senior village official, serving as both an informant and an enforcer for the country’s governing party.
On Comedy: The Most Riveting Host in Late Night (and the Most Overlooked)

On Comedy: The Most Riveting Host in Late Night (and the Most Overlooked)

“Conan” has the trappings of a traditional late-night show, but Conan O’Brien may be taking more artistic risks than anyone else in that time slot.
How a Curator Attributed This Drawing to Michelangelo

How a Curator Attributed This Drawing to Michelangelo

"Sleeping Reclining Male Nude With Boy-Genius," a chalk drawing on white paper, newly attributed to Michelangelo by Carmen C. Bambach, curator of the exhibition "Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and