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Virginia Police Sergeant Suspended After Antifa Ties Him to White Nationalism

Robert A. Stamm, who had been assigned to monitor the protests related to Gov. Ralph Northam, was placed on paid administrative leave pending a review.

White House to Unveil a Global Women’s Empowerment Initiative, Led by Ivanka Trump

The president’s eldest daughter hailed the plan as nonpartisan and a “generous” approach to women’s empowerment on behalf of the Trump administration.
U.S. Opens Inquiry Into Handling of Jeffrey Epstein’s Sex Abuse Case

U.S. Opens Inquiry Into Handling of Jeffrey Epstein’s Sex Abuse Case

The Department of Justice is investigating a plea deal under which the financier Jeffrey Epstein avoided federal prosecution.
What Trump Left Out About MS-13’s Rise in New York

What Trump Left Out About MS-13’s Rise in New York

President Trump at Tuesday’s State of the Union address.

White House Memo: Painting Socialists as Villains, Trump Refreshes a Blueprint

Casting socialism as a threat could become the kind of rhetorical touchstone of President Trump’s re-election campaign that sounding the alarm about “criminal illegal aliens” was in 2016.
Justice Department Calls for Investigation into Brooklyn Jail Where Heat and Power Failed

Justice Department Calls for Investigation into Brooklyn Jail Where Heat and Power Failed

The United States Department of Justice has asked its Office of the Inspector General determine whether the Bureau of Prisons correctly handled the crisis at the Metropolitan Detention Center.
Thank God for Canada!

Thank God for Canada!

Jessie Thomson, left, and Amany Alhadka, right, were among the countless Canadians who helped Syrian refugees acclimate to their new country.
On Baseball: As Baseball Debates Its Rules, Players Suggest Trying Harder to Win

On Baseball: As Baseball Debates Its Rules, Players Suggest Trying Harder to Win

The Boston Red Sox accepted the luxury tax implications of signing J.D. Martinez last year. He helped the team win the World Series.

Nobel Winner Accused of Assault by Fourth Woman in 48 Hours

After one woman accused Óscar Arias Sánchez of sexual assault, three others have come forward with their own allegations.

New Emojis Are Coming: Interracial Couples, Guide Dogs, Falafel and More

The new emojis and variants, which emphasize inclusivity, are expected to come out later this year, the organization that sets standards for emoji compatibility announced.
Meet Trump’s Worst!

Meet Trump’s Worst!

Even in the Trump cabinet, Wilbur Ross is outstanding (but he should watch his back).
Democrats Unite to Begin Push to Protect Pre-Existing Condition Coverage

Democrats Unite to Begin Push to Protect Pre-Existing Condition Coverage

Elena Hung, who helped found a child advocacy group known as Little Lobbyists, with her daughter, Xiomara, and Representative Nancy Pelosi in 2017.
Overlooked No More: Mabel Grammer, Whose Brown Baby Plan Found Homes for Hundreds

Overlooked No More: Mabel Grammer, Whose Brown Baby Plan Found Homes for Hundreds

Mabel Grammer, who started the Brown Baby Plan to help mixed-race children in Germany. She adopted 12, and found homes for 500 others.
Abolish Billionaires

Abolish Billionaires

People protesting against the World Economic Forum in Davos in January.
On Pro Basketball: Behind the Nets’ Success Is a Carefully Crafted Culture and, Finally, a Clue

On Pro Basketball: Behind the Nets’ Success Is a Carefully Crafted Culture and, Finally, a Clue

The Nets, behind unheralded players such as Spencer Dinwiddie, center, have become one of the N.B.A. season’s biggest surprises. But injuries have taken a toll recently.

Just Who Has Seen ‘Roma’? Netflix Offers Clues

The company has given Alfonso Cuarón’s film a significant theatrical release, but the industry has its doubts about the streaming service’s intentions.