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Matter: A History of the Iberian Peninsula, as Told by Its Skeletons

Matter: A History of the Iberian Peninsula, as Told by Its Skeletons

An ancient skeleton recovered from La Braña, in the province of León, in northern Spain.

‘Goodbye, Earth’: A Story for Grown-Ups

This 9-Year-Old Is Mad at You for Failing on Climate Change
Tech Firm in Steele Dossier May Have Been Used by Russian Spies

Tech Firm in Steele Dossier May Have Been Used by Russian Spies

Aleksej Gubarev, a Russian technology entrepreneur. New evidence suggests that Russian spies used networks run by Mr. Gubarev to hack the Democratic Party in 2016.
How to Fight Suicide

How to Fight Suicide

Agnes McKeen, who lost her son to suicide, is working to help those who have suffered heal.
Rockets Fired on Tel Aviv From Gaza, and Israel Strikes Back

Rockets Fired on Tel Aviv From Gaza, and Israel Strikes Back

Israeli airstrikes against the Gaza Strip early Friday followed a rocket attack on Tel Aviv hours earlier.
College Cheating Scandal Shows a Standardized Test Isn’t Always a Fair One

College Cheating Scandal Shows a Standardized Test Isn’t Always a Fair One

The federal indictments in the college admissions scheme come as standardized tests are under the microscope nationwide.
As Mark Zuckerberg Tightens Grip on Facebook, 2 Top Deputies Leave

As Mark Zuckerberg Tightens Grip on Facebook, 2 Top Deputies Leave

Facebook’s chief product officer, Chris Cox, said Thursday that he was leaving the company.
Morris Dees, a Co-Founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, Is Ousted

Morris Dees, a Co-Founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, Is Ousted

Morris Dees, a founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, was fired by the organization on Thursday.
Facebook’s Daylong Malfunction Is a Reminder of the Internet’s Fragility

Facebook’s Daylong Malfunction Is a Reminder of the Internet’s Fragility

A coding mistake led to a major service interruption on Facebook and its other properties, including WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger.
Congress Has a Breaking Point. This Week, Trump Might Have Found It.

Congress Has a Breaking Point. This Week, Trump Might Have Found It.

“The Senate’s waking up a little bit to our responsibilities,” said Senator Lamar Alexander, Republican of Tennessee, who voted to pass legislation that rejected President Trump’s border emergency
No, Winter Isn’t Over. Hitting the Plains: A Flood and a Blizzard.

No, Winter Isn’t Over. Hitting the Plains: A Flood and a Blizzard.

Martin Thompson cleared snow from a sidewalk on Wednesday in Casper, Wyo. The storm brought blizzard conditions to parts of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Santa Anita Bans Drugs and Whips After Spate of Horse Deaths

Santa Anita Bans Drugs and Whips After Spate of Horse Deaths

Santa Anita Park in Southern California had suspended horse racing after a spate of horse deaths, which has now reached 22 since Dec. 26.
Critic’s Notebook: ‘One Day at a Time’ and Why Netflix Is Not Your Friend

Critic’s Notebook: ‘One Day at a Time’ and Why Netflix Is Not Your Friend

After weeks of uncertainty, Netflix canceled “One Day at a Time,” a modern-day update of Norman Lear’s original sitcom. Clockwise from left, Justina Machado, Isabella Gomez, Rita Moreno and Marcel
Climate Change: How Can Manhattan be Protected? Make It Bigger

Climate Change: How Can Manhattan be Protected? Make It Bigger

Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to extend the coastline of the island by as much as 500 feet.
Boeing 737 Max Hit Trouble Right Away, Pilot’s Tense Radio Messages Show

Boeing 737 Max Hit Trouble Right Away, Pilot’s Tense Radio Messages Show

A memorial arch on Thursday at the site of the jet crash in Ethiopia.