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Widespread Outcry in China Over Death of Coronavirus Doctor

The doctor, Li Wenliang, had been silenced by the police after warning about the new coronavirus that has killed hundreds in China and sickened thousands.
The People vs. Big Development

The People vs. Big Development

A growing number of New York neighborhoods have thwarted or stalled redevelopment efforts — and more fights are brewing.
Meet the Bird Medics of New Delhi

Meet the Bird Medics of New Delhi

Two brothers have given everything to treat raptors injured by a popular pastime.
Endless Night at -50 Degrees: A Look at Life on an Icebreaker

Endless Night at -50 Degrees: A Look at Life on an Icebreaker

Two of the nearly 100 people on a ship stuck in an ice floe for a year explain what it's like to live in polar darkness while studying how the Arctic's climate is changing.
I Don’t Want to Be the Strong Female Lead

I Don’t Want to Be the Strong Female Lead

In pop culture, women are often objectified and disposed of. But even when we’re not being victimized, the alternative leaves much to be desired.
What It Was Like to Work for Andrew Yang

What It Was Like to Work for Andrew Yang

He has called his campaign “the journey of my life.” But what got lost in the novelty of his bid, former employees say, was scrutiny of his life before this particular journey.
Former Pimco C.E.O. Gets 9 Months in Prison in College Admissions Case

Former Pimco C.E.O. Gets 9 Months in Prison in College Admissions Case

Most parents were accused of crimes to get one child, maybe two, into an elite college. Douglas Hodge, the former chief of Pimco, paid bribes for at least four children, prosecutors say.
The Harrowing Chaos of the Democratic Primary

The Harrowing Chaos of the Democratic Primary

Is it really going to be Bernie or bust for American democracy?
How Never Trumpers Fell in Line

How Never Trumpers Fell in Line

Political rationalization has always been part of politics. But what is happening now is dangerous.
A Democratic President Cannot Undo All of Trump’s Damage in 100 Days

A Democratic President Cannot Undo All of Trump’s Damage in 100 Days

Instead of pushing to get everything done quickly, a Democrat needs to avoid midterm backlash and focus on the long term.
The Republican Party Has Embraced Its Worst Self

The Republican Party Has Embraced Its Worst Self

Trump’s acquittal is a reminder that history doesn’t always move forward. Reaction and retrenchment often triumph.
New Literary Prize Will Award $150,000 to a Female Novelist

New Literary Prize Will Award $150,000 to a Female Novelist

The Carol Shields Prize is an effort to raise the visibility of women writers, in part with a sum that far exceeds many other book awards.
‘We Are Left to Face Death Alone’

‘We Are Left to Face Death Alone’

The Assad regime and its Russian allies are brutally attacking Idlib province in Syria, but the world has abandoned the Syrian people.
How an Education Visionary Got Canceled

How an Education Visionary Got Canceled

Was it a racially dubious blog post? Or did a charter school board seize a chance to get rid of an arrogant autocrat?
I Had a Gloriously Wild Childhood. That’s Why I Wrote ‘How to Train Your Dragon.’

I Had a Gloriously Wild Childhood. That’s Why I Wrote ‘How to Train Your Dragon.’

We must give children the opportunity to interact with the wilderness, so that they learn to preserve the natural world.
This Is the Toughest Question Facing Harvey Weinstein’s Jury

This Is the Toughest Question Facing Harvey Weinstein’s Jury

Two of his accusers had sex with him after their alleged assaults. As the jurors begin to debate, they will be in largely uncharted legal territory.

Jimmy Kimmel Endures Trump’s ‘Pettysburg Address’

The president used the National Prayer Breakfast “to lash out at those who oppose him, just as Jesus would have done,” Kimmel said.
Credit Suisse C.E.O. Tidjane Thiam to Step Down

Credit Suisse C.E.O. Tidjane Thiam to Step Down

Mr. Thiam will resign, despite support from top investors of the Swiss bank.
Coronavirus Live Updates: An American in Wuhan Dies From the Virus

Coronavirus Live Updates: An American in Wuhan Dies From the Virus

American officials say that for weeks, China has ignored all offers of help from disease-fighting agencies.