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‘Cut the Wire,’ a Toy Bomb Game, Is Discontinued After Criticism

‘Cut the Wire,’ a Toy Bomb Game, Is Discontinued After Criticism

In the game Cut the Wire, the goal is to defuse a toy bomb. Department stores in North America have stopped selling it after complaints from parents.

Inside the List: Some Dos and Don’ts From Famous Writers

Some best-selling novelists have written books about their craft. Others dispense advice on Twitter, their websites and in interviews and articles.
Rise of the Golden Jackal

Rise of the Golden Jackal

A golden jackal in Croatia. Native to the Middle East and Asia, jackals are now spreading rapidly through Europe.

More Airports Close Checkpoints as T.S.A. No-Shows Rise During Shutdown

On the 24th day of the government shutdown, some of the nation’s busiest airports diverted travelers to other concourses because of a shortage of security agents.
As Brexit Vote Nears, Theresa May Races to Save Deal

As Brexit Vote Nears, Theresa May Races to Save Deal

Britain’s Parliament is set to vote on Tuesday on Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal, which is so disliked that she is seeking to at least limit the scale of its failure.
China, Brexit, Australian Open: Your Tuesday Briefing

China, Brexit, Australian Open: Your Tuesday Briefing

Robert Lloyd Schellenberg of Canada in a Chinese court during his retrial on drug-trafficking charges.
A Good Appetite: Velvety Chicken Breasts, Poached in Your Oven

A Good Appetite: Velvety Chicken Breasts, Poached in Your Oven

This meal makes the most of a low-temperature oven: Chicken breasts simmer in stock as tomatillos roast and garlic softens to a confit.
China Investigates Latest Vaccine Scandal After Violent Protests

China Investigates Latest Vaccine Scandal After Violent Protests

Manufacturing polio vaccines in China in 2015. Local officials in eastern China said last week that at least 145 children had received expired oral polio vaccines.
Mel Stottlemyre, Yankees’ Ace During Lean Years, Dies at 77

Mel Stottlemyre, Yankees’ Ace During Lean Years, Dies at 77

Mel Stottlemyre pitching a five-hit shutout against the Cleveland Indians in 1967. “It’s been a thrill over the years for me to wear this uniform,” he told an Oldtimers’ Day crowd at Yankee Stadium in
Bernie Sanders, Addressing Sexism Complaints, Will Meet With Former Staff Members

Bernie Sanders, Addressing Sexism Complaints, Will Meet With Former Staff Members

Senator Bernie Sanders plans to attend a portion of a meeting with former staff members from his 2016 presidential campaign who have raised concerns about sexism and harassment.
Congo President Didn’t Run for Re-election, but He’s Still in Control

Congo President Didn’t Run for Re-election, but He’s Still in Control

Supporters of Martin Fayulu scattered on Saturday after a police charge in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. Mr. Fayulu, the opposition presidential candidate, is challenging the results of the
Market Turmoil Hurt Citi’s Revenue as ’18 Ended, Signaling Possible Trouble

Market Turmoil Hurt Citi’s Revenue as ’18 Ended, Signaling Possible Trouble

“Right now, we see the biggest risk in the global economy as one of talking ourselves into a recession,” Citgroupi’s chief executive, Michael Corbat, told analysts on Monday.
Global Health: A Silver Bullet Against the Brain-Eating Amoeba?

Global Health: A Silver Bullet Against the Brain-Eating Amoeba?

A colored transmission electron micrograph showing inflammation of the brain by the Naegleria fowleri amoeba, shown in orange. In pink, running from lower right to the center, is a blood vessel with
Trump Rejects 3-Week Pause in Government Shutdown

Trump Rejects 3-Week Pause in Government Shutdown

Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina in December after meeting with President Trump.
Conan O’Brien Wants to Scare Himself With the New, Shorter ‘Conan’

Conan O’Brien Wants to Scare Himself With the New, Shorter ‘Conan’

Conan O’Brien backstage at his newly renovated talk show, which debuts Jan. 22. “What if I tried to, in the most selfish way possible, alter this so that I have a maximum amount of fun?” he said.
On Tennis: Andy Murray Gave His All. Which Is Why This Ending Hurts.

On Tennis: Andy Murray Gave His All. Which Is Why This Ending Hurts.

Andy Murray won Wimbledon in 2016 for his third Grand Slam title.
Consider Firing Your Male Broker

Consider Firing Your Male Broker

The New York Stock Exchange in Lower Manhattan.
New York Empire of Illegal Airbnb Rentals Booked 75,000 Guests, Suit Says

New York Empire of Illegal Airbnb Rentals Booked 75,000 Guests, Suit Says

Metropolitan Property Group, a real estate brokerage firm, is accused of using a complex web of 18 corporate entities and fake identities on Airbnb to convert 130 apartments into de facto hotel rooms.