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Huawei, Karl Lagerfeld, India: Your Wednesday Briefing

Huawei, Karl Lagerfeld, India: Your Wednesday Briefing

A Border Patrol agent near an existing barrier that separates Tijuana, Mexico, on the left from San Diego.
On Paying for a Progressive Agenda

On Paying for a Progressive Agenda

Elizabeth Warren at a campaign event in Las Vegas on Sunday.
As Ruth Bader Ginsburg Returns, Supreme Court Acts on Death Penalty and Pollution Cases

As Ruth Bader Ginsburg Returns, Supreme Court Acts on Death Penalty and Pollution Cases

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last year before her cancer surgery. On Tuesday, she heard her first Supreme Court arguments since the surgery.
After Karl Lagerfeld, What’s Next for Chanel and Fendi?

After Karl Lagerfeld, What’s Next for Chanel and Fendi?

Karl Lagerfeld after showing his fall-winter 2011-12 ready-to-wear women's line for Chanel in Paris in March 2011.
The Difference Between a ‘Public Option’ and ‘Medicare for All’? Let’s Define Our Terms

The Difference Between a ‘Public Option’ and ‘Medicare for All’? Let’s Define Our Terms

A sign with a twist on one of the many terms in the health care debate, at a “Medicare for all” rally in Columbia, S.C., last year.
Russia Votes to Ban Smartphone Use by Military, Trying to Hide Digital Traces

Russia Votes to Ban Smartphone Use by Military, Trying to Hide Digital Traces

Russian soldiers during military drills in September 2018, some 60 miles south of Vladivostok, Russia.
After New York City’s War With Amazon, Uber Could Be Next

After New York City’s War With Amazon, Uber Could Be Next

Uber has filed a federal lawsuit challenging New York City’s cap on vehicles driving for Uber and other ride-hailing apps.

Manny Machado Joins the Padres With a 10-Year, $300 Million Deal

Machado’s deal is the first free-agent contract to guarantee a player $300 million, and sets up baseball’s other unsigned star free agent, Bryce Harper, to top it soon.
Intimidation, Pressure and Humiliation: Inside Trump’s Two-Year War on the Investigations Encircling Him

Intimidation, Pressure and Humiliation: Inside Trump’s Two-Year War on the Investigations Encircling Him

President Trump entering the House chamber to deliver his State of the Union speech this month. Mr. Trump has attacked the law enforcement apparatus of his own government like no other president in
A War Memorial Is Being Expanded. Some Say It Whitewashes History.

A War Memorial Is Being Expanded. Some Say It Whitewashes History.

Critics say that Brendan Nelson, the Australian War Memorial's director, wants to present sanitized versions of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Kings of the Dollar Slice Build a Better Pizza

The Kings of the Dollar Slice Build a Better Pizza

The Sicilian slice with pepperoni at Upside Pizza in Midtown.

An Alabama Editor Urges the K.K.K. to ‘Ride Again,’ and His Small Town Winces

The editor, Goodloe Sutton, made a name exposing corruption in the 1990s, but his call for the Klan to “go up there and clean out D.C.” has prompted calls for his resignation.
Justice Clarence Thomas Calls for Reconsideration of Landmark Libel Ruling

Justice Clarence Thomas Calls for Reconsideration of Landmark Libel Ruling

Justice Clarence Thomas’s statement came in the wake of complaints from President Trump that libel laws make it too hard for public officials to win libel suits.
Pakistan Offers to Investigate Deadly Suicide Bombing in Kashmir

Pakistan Offers to Investigate Deadly Suicide Bombing in Kashmir

A suicide bombing last week in southern Kashmir killed least 40 Indian soldiers. India has blamed Pakistan for attack and vowed to retaliate.
Marc Short Returns to Administration as Pence’s Chief of Staff

Marc Short Returns to Administration as Pence’s Chief of Staff

Marc Short will replace Nick Ayers as Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff.
House Opens Inquiry Into Proposed U.S. Nuclear Venture in Saudi Arabia

House Opens Inquiry Into Proposed U.S. Nuclear Venture in Saudi Arabia

President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is scheduled to travel to the Middle East next week to brief diplomats on the economic portions of the Trump administration’s peace plan.
Restaurant Review: Serving All the Food Nouvelle Cuisine Couldn’t Kill

Restaurant Review: Serving All the Food Nouvelle Cuisine Couldn’t Kill

The menu looks at French bistro classics through the lens of nostalgia.

U.S.A. Gymnastics Hires N.B.A. Executive as President

Li Li Leung will take over a troubled organization still reeling from a sexual-abuse scandal. She is the federation’s fourth leader in the past two years.
Dissident Artist Ai Weiwei Is Cut From Film; Producer Cites ‘Fear of China’

Dissident Artist Ai Weiwei Is Cut From Film; Producer Cites ‘Fear of China’

Ai Weiwei in New York in 2017. “It was frustrating to see Western creators and institutions collaborating with Chinese censorship in such an obvious way,” he said of being dropped from a new film,
Egypt Turns Back Veteran New York Times Reporter

Egypt Turns Back Veteran New York Times Reporter

David D. Kirkpatrick was Cairo bureau chief for The New York Times between 2011 and 2015, and is the author of a recent book on the country.