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Democrats Resoundingly Nominate Pelosi as Speaker, but Defections Signal Fight Ahead

Democrats Resoundingly Nominate Pelosi as Speaker, but Defections Signal Fight Ahead

House Democrats elected Representative Hakeem Jeffries of New York as chairman of their caucus.
Unbuttoned: Saying Goodbye to Glamour

Unbuttoned: Saying Goodbye to Glamour

Glamour magazine, December 1943: "for the girl with a job."
Tech We’re Using: Covering a White House Where News Is Always Just a Tap Away

Tech We’re Using: Covering a White House Where News Is Always Just a Tap Away

Katie Rogers, a White House correspondent, uses Apple AirPods on a call with her editor after a press briefing on Tuesday.
France Is Shaken by Protests No One Saw Coming

France Is Shaken by Protests No One Saw Coming

A member of the Gilets Jaunes, or Yellow Vests movement, at a protest against rising fuel taxes, on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on Saturday.
Trump, the Monster Who Feeds on Fear

Trump, the Monster Who Feeds on Fear

President Trump speaking to the press before boarding Marine One last week.
A Whirlwind Year for the Fastest Woman in Hockey

A Whirlwind Year for the Fastest Woman in Hockey

Kendall Coyne Schofield helped the U.S. win the Four Nations Cup this month.
Album Review: On 6ix9ine’s ‘Dummy Boy,’ a Rap Outlaw Learns to Compromise

Album Review: On 6ix9ine’s ‘Dummy Boy,’ a Rap Outlaw Learns to Compromise

The 22-year-old Brooklyn rapper 6ix9ine has cultivated a brash persona online that extends to his shouty style of rap. But his second album, “Dummy Boy,” tamps down his rowdiness.
Student Opinion: Does Grammar Still Matter in the Age of Twitter?

Student Opinion: Does Grammar Still Matter in the Age of Twitter?

Afraid of semicolons? Don’t fear, Ellen Jovin’s grammar table has you covered.

Knickers Isn’t a Cow, but He’s Real, and Enormous

The gigantic size of this Australian beast saved him from the slaughterhouse. He wouldn’t fit.
How to Be a Stage Mother (No, Not That Kind)

How to Be a Stage Mother (No, Not That Kind)

From left: Rosemary Harris, Stockard Channing, Glenn Close and Mercedes Ruehl, at the Sofitel hotel comparing notes on portraying mothers onstage.
California Today: California Today: What Border Chaos Means for San Ysidro

California Today: California Today: What Border Chaos Means for San Ysidro

Karina Leon and Jose Estrada, who live in Tijuana, with their children at the Las Americas outlet mall in San Ysidro.
Ivanka Trump Says Her Private Email Use Has ‘No Equivalency’ With Hillary Clinton’s

Ivanka Trump Says Her Private Email Use Has ‘No Equivalency’ With Hillary Clinton’s

A recent White House review found that Ivanka Trump used a personal email account multiple times in 2017 to conduct government business.
‘Productive’ Talk, but No Deal Between Trump and Cuomo on Hudson Tunnel

‘Productive’ Talk, but No Deal Between Trump and Cuomo on Hudson Tunnel

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said his meeting with President Trump to discuss the Gateway project tunnel under the Hudson River was productive. But there was no deal over funding.
At War: ‘They’re Going to Come for Us’: A Teenage Girl Caught in a War’s Riptides

At War: ‘They’re Going to Come for Us’: A Teenage Girl Caught in a War’s Riptides

Young soldiers march in Asmara during Eritrea’s Independence Day celebrations, as the country went on alert for possible war over a border dispute with Ethiopia in May 1998.
El Chapo’s Narco Spoils: A Beach House, a Zoo and a Fleet of Cash-Filled Jets

El Chapo’s Narco Spoils: A Beach House, a Zoo and a Fleet of Cash-Filled Jets

On Tuesday, prosecutors in Brooklyn sought to portray Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo, as a kingpin who spent years spending lavishly and waging violent drug wars.