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Could a Drone Disruption Like Gatwick’s Happen at a U.S. Airport?

Could a Drone Disruption Like Gatwick’s Happen at a U.S. Airport?

Passengers at the departures area of Gatwick Airport, where flights were canceled after drones were spotted over the airfield outside London on Wednesday and Thursday.
Carlos Ghosn, Former Nissan Chairman, Faces New Accusations

Carlos Ghosn, Former Nissan Chairman, Faces New Accusations

Carlos Ghosn was once one of the auto industry’s most powerful executives. The drama of his downfall and detention has riveted the Japanese news media.
Composer of ‘Hair,’ Choirmaster of My Life

Composer of ‘Hair,’ Choirmaster of My Life

A 1968 London rehearsal for "Hair," by the Canadian composer Galt MacDermot. At left is the American actress Marsha Hunt.
Raven Wilkinson, 83, Is Dead; Black Ballerina Braved Segregated South

Raven Wilkinson, 83, Is Dead; Black Ballerina Braved Segregated South

Ms. Wilkinson presenting flowers to Misty Copeland after Ms. Copeland made her New York debut in “Swan Lake” at the Metropolitan Opera House in 2015. Ms. Wilkinson was a mentor and friend to Ms.
Mattis’s Resignation Creates New Cracks Between G.O.P. Lawmakers and Trump

Mattis’s Resignation Creates New Cracks Between G.O.P. Lawmakers and Trump

Senator Marco Rubio, Republican of Florida, said that “we are headed towards a series of grave policy errors which will endanger our nation.”

After German Journalism Scandal, Critics Are ‘Popping the Corks’

“Spiegelgate” comes at a moment when public trust in journalism is already low, and far-right politicians have seized on the case to justify their “fake news” accusations.
News Analysis: After Mattis’s Resignation, a President Unbound

News Analysis: After Mattis’s Resignation, a President Unbound

Lawmakers from both parties have expressed alarm over President Trump’s actions this week.
Jim Mattis Kept His Country From the ‘Dark Side’

Jim Mattis Kept His Country From the ‘Dark Side’

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, with President Trump before the Army-Navy football game this month, fervently opposed the use of torture.
Upheaval in National Security, Government and the Markets: Here’s the State of Play

Upheaval in National Security, Government and the Markets: Here’s the State of Play

The Capitol dome is seen from the windows of the Library of Congress on Thursday.
Doug Jones ‘Outraged’ by Russian-Style Tactics Used in His Senate Race

Doug Jones ‘Outraged’ by Russian-Style Tactics Used in His Senate Race

A rally in Alabama last year for Doug Jones, who won a Senate race against Roy S. Moore. A small group of social media experts used deceptive tactics to support the Jones campaign.
On an Eventful Day, Trump Tweets a Video of Himself Singing a Sitcom’s Theme Song

On an Eventful Day, Trump Tweets a Video of Himself Singing a Sitcom’s Theme Song

President Trump in October at the White House. The world may never know why, exactly, Mr. Trump chose to divert attention from the political chaos on Thursday by posting a video on Twitter of his
They Are Suing Trump and Fear Retaliation. A Judge Rules They Can Stay Anonymous for Now.

They Are Suing Trump and Fear Retaliation. A Judge Rules They Can Stay Anonymous for Now.

President Trump at a bill signing ceremony in Washington on Thursday. A judge has ruled that four people who are suing him may remain anonymous for now, based on fear of retaliation.
U.S. to Withdraw About 7,000 Troops From Afghanistan, Officials Say

U.S. to Withdraw About 7,000 Troops From Afghanistan, Officials Say

United States Marines in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, last year. About half the American troops in the country are to be withdrawn.
Syria Pullout by U.S. Tilts Mideast Toward Iran and Russia, Isolating Israel

Syria Pullout by U.S. Tilts Mideast Toward Iran and Russia, Isolating Israel

President Trump’s order will withdraw about 2,000 American troops from Syria.
Trump Administration Moves to Restrict Food Stamp Access the Farm Bill Protected

Trump Administration Moves to Restrict Food Stamp Access the Farm Bill Protected

President Trump on Thursday at the signing ceremony for the $867 billion farm bill. Lawmakers had rejected attempts to put stricter work requirements for food stamp recipients in the bill.
A Familiar Rebellion Spreads to International Swimming

A Familiar Rebellion Spreads to International Swimming

Michael Andrew, left, is among the top swimmers who are fighting FINA’s control of where they can compete.
Ex-Senate Aide Gets 2 Months in Prison for Lying to F.B.I. About Contact With Reporter

Ex-Senate Aide Gets 2 Months in Prison for Lying to F.B.I. About Contact With Reporter

James Wolfe was the director of security with the Senate Intelligence Committee for more than 28 years. He pleaded guilty in October to one count of making a false statement to the F.B.I.
Winners and Losers in Trump’s Planned Troop Withdrawal From Syria

Winners and Losers in Trump’s Planned Troop Withdrawal From Syria

Kurdish residents of Amuda in northeastern Syria. One holds a flag of Abdullah Ocalan, the founder of the separatist Kurdish Workers' Party.
Albany: Put New York’s Needs Before Your Own

Albany: Put New York’s Needs Before Your Own

Carl Heastie, the speaker of the New York State Assembly.