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State of the Union, the Pope, Hummingbirds: Your Wednesday Briefing

State of the Union, the Pope, Hummingbirds: Your Wednesday Briefing

Immigration, Afghanistan and Syria are expected to be President Trump's focus.

Relationship Advice From Two Who Have Withstood the Test of Time and Rhyme

Walt Frazier and Mike Breen have worked together for 20 years as Knicks commentators. Their secret for all couples? Listen to each other.
The Deadliest Quake of 2018 Was Among the Fastest Ever

The Deadliest Quake of 2018 Was Among the Fastest Ever

A bridge destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami that struck Palu, in Indonesia, on Sept. 28. The seismic rupture unzipped 80 miles of crust in 30 seconds.
Qatar and Exxon Mobil Plan $10 Billion Gas Investment in Texas

Qatar and Exxon Mobil Plan $10 Billion Gas Investment in Texas

The Golden Pass terminal in Sabine Pass, Tex., was originally designed to import natural gas from Qatar. Now it’s being repurposed to export American gas to Latin America, Asia and Europe.
Marco Rubio: The Truth About B.D.S. and the Lies About My Bill

Marco Rubio: The Truth About B.D.S. and the Lies About My Bill

Senator Marco Rubio, Republican of Florida, in Miami Beach in 2015.
A New Breed of Hunters Focuses on the Cooking

A New Breed of Hunters Focuses on the Cooking

The bird dog Tug and his owner, Lawrence Latané, head home with two Canada geese after a cold morning of hunting near the shores of the Potomac River.

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘Who Are You Sleeping With?’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
Jacqueline Steiner, 94, Lyricist Who Left Charlie on the M.T.A., Dies

Jacqueline Steiner, 94, Lyricist Who Left Charlie on the M.T.A., Dies

Jacqueline Steiner in about 1990 in Norwalk, Conn., where she lived. It was during her stay in Cambridge, Mass., that she and Bess Lomax Hawes wrote “Charlie on the M.T.A.” for a local politician.

Firms Recruited by Paul Manafort Are Investigated Over Foreign Payments

Among those under scrutiny are Gregory Craig, President Obama’s White House counsel, as well as the lobbyists Tony Podesta, a Democrat, and Vin Weber, a Republican.

The American Dream Is Alive and Well

Most people in this country say that they are living it — but what they mean by the phrase might surprise you.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK: How to Complain at a Restaurant? Just Ask Our Critic

CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK: How to Complain at a Restaurant? Just Ask Our Critic

Complaints lodged before leaving the restaurant are more likely to receive a response.
Pope Francis Says He’s Willing to Mediate in Venezuela if Both Sides Want

Pope Francis Says He’s Willing to Mediate in Venezuela if Both Sides Want

A protest against the government of President Nicolás Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, last week.
Albert J. Dunlap, Tough Executive Known as Chainsaw Al, Dies at 81

Albert J. Dunlap, Tough Executive Known as Chainsaw Al, Dies at 81

Albert J. Dunlap, the chairman and chief executive of Scott Paper, during a news conference in New York in 1995. He was known for shedding jobs at the companies he led as a way of bringing them back

Critic’s Notebook: MoMA, the New Edition: From Monumental to Experimental

By 2022, MoMA will have rehung all three floors of exhibition space. The advantages of such switchovers are many. New histories will get told.
Former President of Costa Rica Is Accused of Sexual Assault

Former President of Costa Rica Is Accused of Sexual Assault

Óscar Arias Sánchez, the former president of Costa Rica, in Caracas in 2017.

1919: Hollywood’s Boom Year

A century ago, the struggle between stars and studios shaped the future of the movies.

Lens: Women of Color Organize for Access and Accountability in Photojournalism

The Authority Collective, whose members are women, transgender or nonbinary photographers, is building a supportive community while challenging industry leaders’ thinking about diversity and
Architects Wanted: Design These Odd Lots

Architects Wanted: Design These Odd Lots

A narrow vacant lot on West 136th Street in Harlem, where feral cats have taken up residence.