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Commercial Real Estate, Which Fueled Trump’s Fortune, Fares Well in Tax Plan

Commercial Real Estate, Which Fueled Trump’s Fortune, Fares Well in Tax Plan

Buildings on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, that have been known at various times as Riverside South and Trump Place. Donald J. Trump had been involved in the development of the buildings.
No People Like Show People: A Trump for All Ages

No People Like Show People: A Trump for All Ages

David Burleigh getting transformed into President Trump at the Westin hotel in Long Beach, Calif.
Fact Check: Take Claims About State and Local Tax Deductions With a Grain of Salt

Fact Check: Take Claims About State and Local Tax Deductions With a Grain of Salt

Congressional Democratic leaders — Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon, left, Representative Richard E. Neal of Massachussetts, Representative Nancy Pelosi of California and Senator Chuck Schumer of New York
Broadcom Is Said to Weigh Takeover Bid of Qualcomm

Broadcom Is Said to Weigh Takeover Bid of Qualcomm

Qualcomm has been grappling with a sagging stock price and a long and bruising legal fight with Apple.
Pakistani Newlywed Accused of Poisoning Her Husband and 16 Others

Pakistani Newlywed Accused of Poisoning Her Husband and 16 Others

Aasia Bibi and her boyfriend, Muhammad Shahid, at a police station in Muzaffargarh, Pakistan.
Germany’s Central Bank Backs Study of Role in Nazi Crimes

Germany’s Central Bank Backs Study of Role in Nazi Crimes

Karl Blessing, right, helped shape Germany’s central bank hard-line focus on inflation. New research could undercut his image as a Nazi resister.
As Sex Accusations Flood Social Media, Lawyers Gear Up for Suits

As Sex Accusations Flood Social Media, Lawyers Gear Up for Suits

The producer and director Brett Ratner sued Melanie Kohler after she accused him of sexual misconduct in a Facebook post.

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The G.O.P. Tax Bill Helps Me and That’s Too Bad

Buried in the 429-page bill is good news for wealthy “carried interest” users like me. But there is little there to help the middle class.
Op-Ed Contributor: A Billionaire Destroyed His Newsrooms Out of Spite

Op-Ed Contributor: A Billionaire Destroyed His Newsrooms Out of Spite

Joe Ricketts, the founder of TD Ameritrade and whose family owns the Chicago Cubs, abruptly shut down DNAinfo-Gothamist this week after employees unionized.
Publisher of The New Republic Resigns After Misconduct Claims

Publisher of The New Republic Resigns After Misconduct Claims

“It’s my sense that our office culture has been harmed,” Hamilton Fish wrote in offering his resignation.
Richard Hambleton, ‘Shadowman’ of the ’80s Art Scene, Dies at 65

Richard Hambleton, ‘Shadowman’ of the ’80s Art Scene, Dies at 65

Richard Hambleton in an undated photo. His silhouette paintings earned him the nickname “the Shadowman.”
What the Climate Report Says About the Impact of Global Warming

What the Climate Report Says About the Impact of Global Warming

Flooding along a highway near Grand Isle, La., in August. Scientists have now documented a record number of “nuisance flooding” events during high tides.
Trilobites: The Humongous Fungus and the Genes That Made It That Way

Trilobites: The Humongous Fungus and the Genes That Made It That Way

A forest floor dark honey fungus, or Armillaria ostoyae. The “Humongous Fungus,” living beneath the soil in Oregon sends these fruiting bodies, or mushrooms, above ground to disperse spores.
Critic’s Notebook: George Clooney’s Awkward White Guilt in ‘Suburbicon’

Critic’s Notebook: George Clooney’s Awkward White Guilt in ‘Suburbicon’

Most of George Clooney’s films are set in the past for a reason.
City Kitchen: Same Vegetables, New Flavors

City Kitchen: Same Vegetables, New Flavors

New traditions must begin somewhere. To please your guests this year, try one of these jazzed-up vegetable side dishes.

Spain Issues Arrest Warrant for Ousted Catalan Leader

A judge issued the international warrant for Carles Puigdemont and four members of his now-deposed government, all of whom have fled to Belgium.
Playlist: The Playlist: The Return of the Real Boy Band and 10 More New Songs

Playlist: The Playlist: The Return of the Real Boy Band and 10 More New Songs

The boy band Prettymuch brings the sound and attitude of 1990s male R&B into modern pop.

Bowe Bergdahl Recounts His Time in Captivity

The Times obtained never-before-seen outtakes from the British filmmaker Sean Langan’s documentary, “Coming Home: Bowe Bergdahl vs. The United States,” from January 2016. It gives the public a chance