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How to Fix Facebook? We Asked 9 Experts

How to Fix Facebook? We Asked 9 Experts

Facebook faces hearings on Capitol Hill this week, but questions about its influence and operations extend far beyond its role in the 2016 presidential election.
The Freshest Astros Haircuts in Houston

The Freshest Astros Haircuts in Houston

Danny Quiles, the unofficial barber for many of the Houston Astros, gives Christian Almagro, 17, a low fade underneath braids in Houston on Saturday at the Cadillax Barber Shop.
In the Heart of ‘The Resistance,’ California Conservatives Are Invigorated

In the Heart of ‘The Resistance,’ California Conservatives Are Invigorated

People waited in line to go through security before a speech in September by the conservative commentator Ben Shapiro at the University of California, Berkeley.

17 Shacks and a Piece of Hudson History

A cluster of century-old fishing shacks in Hudson, N.Y., once at risk of being demolished, is now being preserved. Step inside one of the shacks and wander around the site.
Critics Scoff as Kremlin Erects Monument to the Repressed

Critics Scoff as Kremlin Erects Monument to the Repressed

The artist Georgy Frangulyan in front of his “Wall of Sorrow,” a government-sponsored work commemorating victims of political repression that was unveiled Monday.
Thanks to Wall St., There May Be Too Many Restaurants

Thanks to Wall St., There May Be Too Many Restaurants

Along Illinois Highway 59 in Plainfield, Ill., several chain restaurants compete for business.
South Korea and China End Dispute Over Missile Defense System

South Korea and China End Dispute Over Missile Defense System

In Seoul, South Korea, last year, broadcasters reported an earthquake in North Korea thought to have been caused by the North’s nuclear testing.
John Kelly Pins Civil War on a ‘Lack of Ability to Compromise’

John Kelly Pins Civil War on a ‘Lack of Ability to Compromise’

John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, in the Oval Office last week.
Afghan War Data, Once Public, Is Censored in U.S. Military Report

Afghan War Data, Once Public, Is Censored in U.S. Military Report

Afghan commandos training on the outskirts of Kabul. Among the details redacted are the number of people in the Afghan National Army and police force, and how many have been wounded or killed.
As Apple and Facebook Chiefs Visit, Xi Jinping Vows Deeper Reform

As Apple and Facebook Chiefs Visit, Xi Jinping Vows Deeper Reform

An image of President Xi Jinping of China projected on a screen in Beijing this month. Mr. Xi addressed a group that included Chinese and American business leaders on Monday.

A Lot Happened in the Russia Investigation on Monday. Here’s a Wrap-Up.

Monday brought a dizzying series of developments in the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Here’s a look at the day’s news, and what it might mean.
With ... Jason Blum: In the Time of Trump, a Horror-Movie Maker Rules Hollywood

With ... Jason Blum: In the Time of Trump, a Horror-Movie Maker Rules Hollywood

The horror film producer Jason Blum outside the White House. Despite all the terrifying movies he has worked on, Mr. Blum says nothing scares him more right now than the White House and its current
Trump Campaign Got Early Word Russia Had Democrats’ Emails

Trump Campaign Got Early Word Russia Had Democrats’ Emails

Journalists wait for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at an Election Night event last year in Manhattan.

Paul Manafort’s Ambition Set the Stage for His Downfall

“He could have kept running campaigns for the Yanukovychs of the world, and nobody would have cared,” said Hector T. Hoyos, one of Mr. Manafort’s friends and partners.
Under Mueller Scrutiny, Democratic Donor Tony Podesta Resigns From Lobbying Firm

Under Mueller Scrutiny, Democratic Donor Tony Podesta Resigns From Lobbying Firm

Tony Podesta, who created the Podesta Group, in 2010. The firm has lost clients as it has been increasingly drawn into the investigation by the special counsel.

Paul Manafort’s Trail of Scandals

President Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, has been charged with tax fraud and money laundering. But this isn’t Mr. Manafort’s first public scandal.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Plot Against America

Op-Ed Columnist: The Plot Against America

Paul Manafort appeared in the Federal District Court in Washington on Monday.
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