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Videos Show a Collision of 3 Groups That Spawned a Fiery Political Moment

Additional videos show a more nuanced picture of an encounter in Washington among high school students from Kentucky, a group participating in the Indigenous Peoples March and Hebrew Israelites.

A Video of Teenagers and a Native American Man Went Viral. Here’s What Happened.

A close look at the videos that have emerged paints a more complete picture of what happened on Jan. 18 — and how an unlikely convergence of Americans became such a firestorm.

Viacom Buys PlutoTV Streaming Service, Its Biggest Digital Push Yet

The once mighty cable giant is paying $340 million for the free, advertising-based service, which has about 12 million active viewers a month.
China Proceeds With Belt and Road Push, but Does It More Quietly

China Proceeds With Belt and Road Push, but Does It More Quietly

The East Coast Rail Link in western Malaysia is among the building projects China has undertaken to increase its influence in developing countries via the Belt and Road Initiative.
Government Shutdown Forces Airports to Rely on Backup Security Screeners

Government Shutdown Forces Airports to Rely on Backup Security Screeners

Transportation Security Administration workers at La Guardia Airport on Tuesday.
In Poland, the Limits of Solidarity

In Poland, the Limits of Solidarity

Thousands of Poles on Saturday gathered for the live streaming of the funeral Mass for Pawel Adamowicz, the mayor of Gdansk, who was murdered during a charity event.
Brazil’s Bolsonaro Is the Face of Populism at the Davos Forum

Brazil’s Bolsonaro Is the Face of Populism at the Davos Forum

President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil before addressing the World Economic Forum meeting on Tuesday in Davos, Switzerland.
U.S. Will Ask Canada to Extradite Huawei Executive

U.S. Will Ask Canada to Extradite Huawei Executive

Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei, arriving last month at a parole office in Vancouver. American officials are expected to ask Canada within a week to extradite Ms. Meng to the
It’s Unanimous: Mariano Rivera Is a Hall of Famer

It’s Unanimous: Mariano Rivera Is a Hall of Famer

Mariano Rivera in 2011, after he got his 602nd save, passing Trevor Hoffman to take the career record.
Drone Flying Near Newark Airport Briefly Halts Flights

Drone Flying Near Newark Airport Briefly Halts Flights

Flights bound for Newark Liberty International Airport were halted on Tuesday evening after two drones were spotted flying nearby.
More Schools and Fewer Tanks for the Mideast

More Schools and Fewer Tanks for the Mideast

Tunisians last week celebrated the anniversary of their 2011 revolution.
Spike Lee Reacts to His First Best-Director Nomination

Spike Lee Reacts to His First Best-Director Nomination

Lee said it was no secret that his nomination took 30 years in the making. “But I’m not complaining! It’s a joyous day.”
Oceans Are Getting Louder, Posing Potential Threats to Marine Life

Oceans Are Getting Louder, Posing Potential Threats to Marine Life

A container ship crossing under the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver. Increasing traffic and the threat of seismic blasts for offshore drilling exploration are dangerous to marine life, scientists warn.

Stocks Tumble as China Trade-Deal Concerns Resurface

Stocks slumped from the start, with selling worsening through the day. Tech and industrial shares weighed heavily on the market.