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The Surprise Stars of Olympic Skating: Ed Sheeran and Paul Anka

The Surprise Stars of Olympic Skating: Ed Sheeran and Paul Anka

Paul Fentz fell twice skating in the men’s single short program team event, but he also got attention for his song choice: Paul Anka’s cover of the Oasis track “Wonderwall.”
Opinion: When Wall Street Writes Its Own Rules

Opinion: When Wall Street Writes Its Own Rules

Steven A. Cohen, former head of a hedge fund, and his wife, Alex. A 2013 fraud scandal forced Mr. Cohen out of money management for several years, but he now stands to benefit in a new regulatory
Op-Ed Contributor: Tillerson’s Attempt to Mend Ties in Latin America

Op-Ed Contributor: Tillerson’s Attempt to Mend Ties in Latin America

President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia, left, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Bogotá during the secretary’s recent five-nation tour.
Are Debt Problems Lurking Below the Surface?

Are Debt Problems Lurking Below the Surface?

A screen displaying the Dow Jones industrial average after the close of trading on Thursday. When a long period of low interest rates ends, borrowers and lenders may retrench in ways that may not be
Kelly Says He’s Willing to Resign as Abuse Scandal Roils White House

Kelly Says He’s Willing to Resign as Abuse Scandal Roils White House

A resignation by the chief of staff, John F. Kelly, was not considered imminent, but his suggestion reflects the turmoil engulfing President Trump’s staff.
Arizona G.O.P. Tiptoes Between a Trump-Loving Base and a Leery Wider Electorate

Arizona G.O.P. Tiptoes Between a Trump-Loving Base and a Leery Wider Electorate

Representative Martha McSally of Arizona at a rally last month in Tuscon, Ariz. She represents the evolution of the Republican establishment’s handling of President Trump, from wary detachment to warm
NBC Executive Takes Over Amazon Studios

NBC Executive Takes Over Amazon Studios

Jennifer Salke championed shows like “This Is Us” while at NBC Entertainment.
On Washington: For Republicans, the Tea Party Is Over

On Washington: For Republicans, the Tea Party Is Over

In embracing a costly new bipartisan budget bill, the party of fiscal restraint shows little restraint.
The Era of Fiscal Austerity Is Over. Here’s What Big Deficits Mean for the Economy.

The Era of Fiscal Austerity Is Over. Here’s What Big Deficits Mean for the Economy.

When he was running as a Republican vice-presidential candidate in 2012, Paul Ryan spoke in front of a national debt clock.
Todd Howe, Key Witness in Albany Corruption Trial, Is Jailed

Todd Howe, Key Witness in Albany Corruption Trial, Is Jailed

Todd Howe, center, the key witness in a federal corruption trial of Joseph Percoco, was rearrested on Thursday.
Critic’s Notebook: ‘Homeland’ Season 7: Once Again, It’s All Up to Carrie

Critic’s Notebook: ‘Homeland’ Season 7: Once Again, It’s All Up to Carrie

Claire Danes in “Homeland,” returning Sunday for its seventh season on Showtime.
A Good Appetite: Chewy Chocolate Cookies That Are Only Slightly Over the Top

A Good Appetite: Chewy Chocolate Cookies That Are Only Slightly Over the Top

These chewy cookies are stuffed with nuts, cherries and chips, but the taste is only slightly over the top.
When One Dancer Is a Ghost in the Room

When One Dancer Is a Ghost in the Room

Only connect: From left, Jennifer Tchiakpe, Juli Brandano and Jordan Isadore rehearsing “Co-natural.” A hologram of Farid Fairuz is in the background.
News Analysis: Trump, Tell Us About Your Flu Shot

News Analysis: Trump, Tell Us About Your Flu Shot

Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest in Allentown, Pa., has erected tents outside its emergency room to deal with the greater volume of patients during the flu season.
Critic’s Notebook: On ‘Big Brother,’ America Gets the Reality-TV Politics It Deserves

Critic’s Notebook: On ‘Big Brother,’ America Gets the Reality-TV Politics It Deserves

Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former Trump administration staffer, said on “Celebrity Big Brother” that she wouldn’t vote for President Trump again “in a million years.”
The Political Scientist Giving the Art World Something to Think About

The Political Scientist Giving the Art World Something to Think About

The second engraving in the series “Marriage A-la-Mode” by William Hogarth. In an essay by David Porter that is often taught in art history courses at British universities, the work is analyzed as a