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Manafort’s Lawyers Say Prosecutors Twisted Memory Lapses as Lies

Manafort’s Lawyers Say Prosecutors Twisted Memory Lapses as Lies

Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, faces sentencing on two conspiracy charges on March 5.
Jonas Mekas, ‘Godfather’ of American Avant-Garde Film, Is Dead at 96

Jonas Mekas, ‘Godfather’ of American Avant-Garde Film, Is Dead at 96

Jonas Mekas in 2017. Part intellectual, part enthusiast, part provocateur, Mr. Mekas could be counted on to sound off on behalf of experimental films.
At $238 Million, It’s the Highest-Price Home in the Country

At $238 Million, It’s the Highest-Price Home in the Country

A penthouse in 220 Central Park South has set a residential sales record.
BuzzFeed Plans Layoffs as It Aims to Turn Profit

BuzzFeed Plans Layoffs as It Aims to Turn Profit

BuzzFeed News employees last month at the company’s headquarters in New York.

Who Posted Viral Video of Covington Students and Protester? Congress Wants to Know

Lawmakers are investigating the Twitter account that first shared the video that has caused an explosive political moment.
How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

Dr. Matthew Porteus, a genetics researcher at Stanford, tried to talk a Chinese scientist out of implanting gene-edited embryos.
After Falling Under Obama, America’s Uninsured Rate Looks to Be Rising

After Falling Under Obama, America’s Uninsured Rate Looks to Be Rising

In a waiting room at Nuestra Clinica Del Valle in San Juan, Tex., a medical office where many of the patients rely on Medicaid.
Revolution 60: The Embargo on Cuba Failed. Let’s Move On.

Revolution 60: The Embargo on Cuba Failed. Let’s Move On.

American and Cuban flags flying from a balcony in Havana.
Trump’s Transgender Military Ban Gets a Boost

Trump’s Transgender Military Ban Gets a Boost

The Supreme Court granted the Trump administration’s request to allow it to bar most transgender people from serving in the military.

Juan Guaidó: From Relative Unknown to Self-Declared President of Venezuela

The 35-year-old opposition leader just swore himself in as Venezuela’s interim president. Who is he?
Editorial Observer: Russell Baker’s Wit and Whimsy on Deadline

Editorial Observer: Russell Baker’s Wit and Whimsy on Deadline

Russell Baker, a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author, wrote thousands of “Observer” columns for The New York Times.
The Carpetbagger: Blockbusters, #MeToo and More: 4 Takeaways From the Oscar Nominations

The Carpetbagger: Blockbusters, #MeToo and More: 4 Takeaways From the Oscar Nominations

Rami Malek in “Bohemian Rhapsody,” one of several blockbusters to receive a best picture nomination. But its director is also the subject of an article in The Atlantic.
Critic’s Pick: ‘The Image Book’ Review: Godard Looks at Violence, and Movies

Critic’s Pick: ‘The Image Book’ Review: Godard Looks at Violence, and Movies

A scene from “The Image Book,” the latest film from Jean-Luc Godard.
Showing Dance’s Hidden Side at MoMA

Showing Dance’s Hidden Side at MoMA

Michelle Boulé, with mic, leading a Movement Research class last Thursday in the atrium at the Museum of Modern Art.
Dream Act Is Approved in N.Y. to Aid Undocumented Students, in Rebuke to Trump

Dream Act Is Approved in N.Y. to Aid Undocumented Students, in Rebuke to Trump

The State Senate, now controlled by Democrats for the first time since 2011, passed the Dream Act Wednesday.
World Leaders at Davos Call for Global Rules on Tech

World Leaders at Davos Call for Global Rules on Tech

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan said on Wednesday in Davos, Switzerland, that his country would use its chairmanship of the Group of 20 nations this year to push for a new international system
Why Trump Still Likes Rudy

Why Trump Still Likes Rudy

Rudy Giuliani, a little off balance, at the White House in May.