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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.
Ocasio-Cortez Builds a National Platform, but a District Office? Not Open Yet

Ocasio-Cortez Builds a National Platform, but a District Office? Not Open Yet

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, center left, at the Women’s March Alliance on Saturday, has yet to open a local district office.
The Supreme Court Just Ended My Military Career

The Supreme Court Just Ended My Military Career

President Trump and service members at the Army-Navy football game in December in Philadelphia.

‘Black Monday’ Mines ’80s Excess for Comedy and Commentary

This new Showtime comedy is unapologetically vulgar, but it aims to amount to more than just a bunch of dirty jokes.
The U.S. Should Return to Unesco

The U.S. Should Return to Unesco

Israeli soldiers at the site known to Jews as the Cave of the Patriarchs, and to Muslims as the Ibrahimi Mosque, in the West Bank city of Hebron.
Did Australia Poke a Hole in Your Phone’s Security?

Did Australia Poke a Hole in Your Phone’s Security?

Outside the the Sydney Opera House in Australia, where a new law empowers the authorities to compel tech giants to create ways around the encryption built into their products.
Putin’s Dream of Godliness: Holy Russia

Putin’s Dream of Godliness: Holy Russia

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I, left, and Metropolitan Epiphanius, the head of the independent Ukrainian Orthodox Church, conduct a service after presenting the “Tomos,” a scroll containing the
Senate Leaders Plan Competing Bills to End Shutdown

Senate Leaders Plan Competing Bills to End Shutdown

With competing votes planned for Thursday, the Senate will finally move off the sidelines a month into the partial government shutdown.

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘I Gout You, Babe’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
Harris Wofford, Ex-Senator Who Pushed Volunteerism, Dies at 92

Harris Wofford, Ex-Senator Who Pushed Volunteerism, Dies at 92

Former Senator Harris Wofford at his home in Washington in 2016. In his brief time in the Senate — he filled out the term of his deceased predecessor — he shepherded the National and Community Service