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Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ at 35: A Look Back at the Groundbreaking Album

Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ at 35: A Look Back at the Groundbreaking Album

Michael Jackson's Thriller” is displayed at Aoemba Records in Los Angeles in 2009
30 Years Later, Gay Man’s Fall From Australian Cliff Is Ruled a Hate Crime

30 Years Later, Gay Man’s Fall From Australian Cliff Is Ruled a Hate Crime

Steve Johnson, 58, in December near the site of his brother Scott’s 1988 death in Sydney. It was initially ruled a suicide, but an Australian coroner found Thursday that he was pushed to his death
Art Review: Rodin From Every Angle: A Cornucopia of Shows for the Holidays

Art Review: Rodin From Every Angle: A Cornucopia of Shows for the Holidays

Edward J. Steichen visited Rodin’s studio in 1901 and made this portrait during a year spent studying the sculptor. It shows Rodin in front of the newly carved white marble of the “Monument to Victor
Why a Generation in Japan Is Facing a Lonely Death

Why a Generation in Japan Is Facing a Lonely Death

A huge government apartment complex in Tokiwadaira, Japan, has become known for lonely deaths.
Comedian Is Subpoenaed in Inquiry on Russia Meddling

Comedian Is Subpoenaed in Inquiry on Russia Meddling

Randy Credico, a comedian who has frequently run for office in New York State, performing for protesters at Occupy Wall Street in 2011.
Rebuild New York Subways Under New Leadership, Report Urges

Rebuild New York Subways Under New Leadership, Report Urges

In just its fourth report in a century, the influential Regional Plan Association has outlined a bold plan to fix New York’s crumbling subway system.
Fact Check: Trump Sells Tax Plan With False Claims

Fact Check: Trump Sells Tax Plan With False Claims

President Trump, speaking about the tax overhaul in St. Charles, Mo., on Wednesday, offered rosy projections of the effects of the plan.
Judge Tells Uber Lawyer: ‘It Looks Like You Covered This Up’

Judge Tells Uber Lawyer: ‘It Looks Like You Covered This Up’

Self-driving cars at Waymo’s testing facility in Chandler, Ariz. Waymo, a unit of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, has accused Uber of conspiring with a former Google engineer to steal trade
Review: Look Up! It’s Amy Schumer in ‘Meteor Shower’

Review: Look Up! It’s Amy Schumer in ‘Meteor Shower’

From left, Laura Benanti, Amy Schumer, Keegan-Michael Key and Jeremy Shamos gathering for drinks and marital discord in Steve Martin’s comedy “Meteor Shower.”
News Analysis: Washington Eyes a Cold War Strategy Against North Korea

News Analysis: Washington Eyes a Cold War Strategy Against North Korea

Kim Jong-un appears to have far greater ambitions than his predecessors in increasing North Korea's nuclear arsenal.
Op-Ed Columnist: Oh Lord, Now the Gun Thing’s Back

Op-Ed Columnist: Oh Lord, Now the Gun Thing’s Back

Senator Dianne Feinstein, center; other legislators; and district attorneys from across the country voiced their opposition Wednesday to a bill that would expand gun rights.

Lauer, O’Reilly and Rose: The Fall of Male Media Stars

Is this the long-awaited reckoning that the corporate news media needs? Our media columnist, Jim Rutenberg, explains.
Editorial: Is North Korea’s Nuclear Test a Sign of Hope?

Editorial: Is North Korea’s Nuclear Test a Sign of Hope?

A South Korean soldier in front of a TV image of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, in Seoul this week.
Mediator: A Failure of the Network News Star System

Mediator: A Failure of the Network News Star System

What did Matt Lauer, Charlie Rose and Bill O’Reilly have in common? They were encouraged to be larger-than-life characters before their sudden falls.
Nazi Sympathizer Profiled by The Times Loses His Job

Nazi Sympathizer Profiled by The Times Loses His Job

Tony Hovater, a Nazi sympathizer, has lost his part-time job as a restaurant cook.
Mueller’s Prosecutors Are Said to Have Interviewed Jared Kushner on Russia Meeting

Mueller’s Prosecutors Are Said to Have Interviewed Jared Kushner on Russia Meeting

Jared Kushner, an adviser to President Trump and his son-in-law, at the White House this month. The special counsel is investigating whether anyone around Mr. Trump worked with Russians to try to
Black Voters Could Sway an Alabama Senate Race Rocked by Scandal

Black Voters Could Sway an Alabama Senate Race Rocked by Scandal

Elena Mason, center, spoke with canvassers for Doug Jones’s campaign in West Anniston, Ala., this month.