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Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Would Like to See the Government Do Something

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Would Like to See the Government Do Something

Stephen Colbert is glad that another government shutdown looks unlikely, but he isn’t celebrating “that they’re close to a deal to achieve the absolute minimum.”
On Pro Basketball: LeBron James Was Supposed to Make the Lakers Great. But When?

On Pro Basketball: LeBron James Was Supposed to Make the Lakers Great. But When?

LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers have endured a great deal of drama so far this season.
The Least Vegas Neighborhood in Vegas

The Least Vegas Neighborhood in Vegas

The Arts Factory is the heart of the rapidly developing Las Vegas Arts District.
The Hunt: It’s Newer in New Jersey

The Hunt: It’s Newer in New Jersey

Steve McGee, left, and Dennis Kenney (with dogs Fergus and Mambo) in their new apartment in Weehawken, N.J.
A Locked Door, a Fire and 41 Girls Killed as Police Stood By

A Locked Door, a Fire and 41 Girls Killed as Police Stood By

One young survivor of the fire has burns over 95 percent of her body. She hardly goes outside anymore to avoid the stares and teasing from other children.
India Proposes Chinese-Style Internet Censorship

India Proposes Chinese-Style Internet Censorship

Babu Lal teaching neighbors in Taradand, India, how to use their cellphones to browse the web. The country’s government is considering broad new powers to suppress online content.
When Judges Defy the Supreme Court

When Judges Defy the Supreme Court

Chief Justice John Roberts leaving the Capitol after President Trump’s second State of the Union address.
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Miami and Miami Beach

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Miami and Miami Beach

A view of the Miami River. These days tourists can find plenty to see and do beyond South Beach.

Feature: Shopping in Pyongyang, and Other Adventures in North Korean Capitalism

Far from the stereotype of total economic isolation, the black market has brought a surprising degree of modernity and consumerism — for some.
How Do You Dress a Russian Doll?

How Do You Dress a Russian Doll?

Rebecca Henderson and Greta Lee in the Netflix series "Russian Doll."

Tip: How to Grow Hemp

Prepare to explain what you’re growing. Research state and federal regulations. Get ready to weed.
The Perfect Valentine? A Math Formula

The Perfect Valentine? A Math Formula

Herwig Hauser's Gallery of Singularities, created in 2006, contains dozens of algebraic figures that possess singularities. Sphäre is, well, a sphere.
Books News: Dan Mallory, 2 Starkly Similar Novels and the Puzzle of Plagiarism

Books News: Dan Mallory, 2 Starkly Similar Novels and the Puzzle of Plagiarism

Did Dan Mallory — who writes under the pen name A.J. Finn — draw on an earlier book for his best-selling novel, “The Woman in the Window”?
Iran, Paul Manafort, Black Panther: Your Thursday Briefing

Iran, Paul Manafort, Black Panther: Your Thursday Briefing

Iran’s long-range missiles on display in Tehran in an exhibition tied to the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.
Airbus Retiring Its Jaw-Dropping Giant, the A380, in an Industry Gone Nimble

Airbus Retiring Its Jaw-Dropping Giant, the A380, in an Industry Gone Nimble

Airbus spent $25 billion developing the double-decker, four-engine aircraft, which can carry more than 500 passengers while offering amenities like showers and a bar.
Indonesia’s Next Election Is in April. The Islamists Have Already Won.

Indonesia’s Next Election Is in April. The Islamists Have Already Won.

Ballots printed for the Indonesian presidential election at a factory in Jakarta. The incumbent, Joko Widodo, faces complaints from conservative and radical Islamic groups that he is anti-Islam.
Overlooked No More: Dudley Randall, Whose Broadside Press Gave a Voice to Black Poets

Overlooked No More: Dudley Randall, Whose Broadside Press Gave a Voice to Black Poets

A studio portrait of Dudley Randall, whose Broadside Press helped amplify the voices of prominent black poets.