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Trump Officials Plan to Rescind Obama-Era School Discipline Policies

Trump Officials Plan to Rescind Obama-Era School Discipline Policies

Betsy DeVos, the education secretary, is planning to rescind Obama-era rules that were aimed at ensuring that minority students were not unfairly disciplined.
CBS Says Les Moonves Will Not Receive $120 Million Severance

CBS Says Les Moonves Will Not Receive $120 Million Severance

CBS said it would fire Leslie Moonves for cause and, as a result, he will not receive his $120 million severance package.
Facebook Blocks Netanyahu’s Son, Saying His Posts ‘Included Hate Speech’

Facebook Blocks Netanyahu’s Son, Saying His Posts ‘Included Hate Speech’

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel with his son Yair in 2015. Facebook removed several posts by Yair Netanyahu, now 27, about Palestinians and Muslims.

What We Now Know About Russian Disinformation

The Senate gave my research team data from social media companies. The picture that emerges is grim.
Five Takeaways From New Reports on Russia’s Social Media Operations

Five Takeaways From New Reports on Russia’s Social Media Operations

Images of Facebook posts by Russians attempting to influence the 2016 presidential election were shown at a hearing on Capitol Hill in November 2017.
What Is a Recession, and Why Are People Talking About the Next One?

What Is a Recession, and Why Are People Talking About the Next One?

It seemed that Wall Street was ignoring signs of trouble for months, but the recent stock market slide suggests it sees risks everywhere now.
The Shift: Social Media’s Forever War

The Shift: Social Media’s Forever War

The Senate Intelligence Committee released a pair of reports on Monday that show how Russian influence operations weaponized social media during the 2016 presidential election.
How to Dazzle Like a French Pastry Chef

How to Dazzle Like a French Pastry Chef

This dazzling Yule log combines chocolate sponge cake with kumquat marmalade and a date-and-orange cream. Toasted meringue and caramel shards adorn the top.
How to Make the Trade War Even Worse

How to Make the Trade War Even Worse

Robert Lighthizer, the United States trade representative, held his notes as President Trump spoke in the Rose Garden of the White House in October.
Upon Further Review: Readers Tell Us What Deserved to Be Top 10

Upon Further Review: Readers Tell Us What Deserved to Be Top 10

From left: Patrick Kerr, Tom Hollander and Peter McDonald in “Travesties.”

Wall Street Hits New 2018 Lows as Fed Decision Looms Over Markets

Stocks slumped through the afternoon, with the S&P 500 at its lowest point for the year and most sectors affected by the sell-off.
Global Health: The World Needs a Urine Test for TB. But It’s Already Here.

Global Health: The World Needs a Urine Test for TB. But It’s Already Here.

A nurse attended to an H.I.V.-positive tuberculosis patient in a hospital in Caracas, Venezuela.

The Secret History of Muslims in the U.S.

Muslims have been here since the time of the earliest explorers and have left their mark on everything from the White House to the Marine Corps uniform.
The Carpetbagger: How Dolly Parton Nearly Hired Our Columnist Away

The Carpetbagger: How Dolly Parton Nearly Hired Our Columnist Away

Dolly Parton giving a single-song concert in October for the Netflix film “Dumplin’.”

Joe Bryan in His Own Words: On Being Convicted With Expert Testimony That Turned Out to Be Wrong

In a moving interview, Bryan, who has spent 31 years in a Texas prison for the 1985 murder of his wife, talks about his life behind bars and trying to keep hope alive.
Homelessness Rises Slightly Despite Strong Economy, Federal Report Finds

Homelessness Rises Slightly Despite Strong Economy, Federal Report Finds

A homeless man helps build a tent city in Seattle. The rates of homeless people have risen sharply in high-rent cities like New York and Seattle.
Poland Reverses Supreme Court Purge, Retreating From Conflict With E.U.

Poland Reverses Supreme Court Purge, Retreating From Conflict With E.U.

President Andrzej Duda of Poland, addressing a news conference in November. Mr. Duda waited until the last hours before his formal deadline Monday night to sign the bill to reinstate judges who had