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Government Shutdown: Updates on Where Things Stand

Government Shutdown: Updates on Where Things Stand

Trash overflowing from a garbage can outside the Washington Monument on Sunday.
Deripaska and Allies Could Benefit From Sanctions Deal, Document Shows

Deripaska and Allies Could Benefit From Sanctions Deal, Document Shows

An agreement that the companies controlled by the Russian oligarch Oleg V. Deripaska negotiated with the Trump administration may have been less punitive than advertised.
Brexit, U.S. Shutdown, Chinese Economy: Your Tuesday Briefing

Brexit, U.S. Shutdown, Chinese Economy: Your Tuesday Briefing

Prime Minister Theresa May unveiling her new plan in Parliament.
They Still Like Steve King Here

They Still Like Steve King Here

Steve King enthusiasts in Iowa in 2012. His support in Iowa remains strong despite recent events.

Critic’s Notebook: The Marvelous Ms. Elaine May

A program at Film Forum showcases her brilliance as a director in movies like “A New Leaf” and, yes, “Ishtar.”
Shutdown’s Pain Cuts Deep for the Homeless and Other Vulnerable Americans

Shutdown’s Pain Cuts Deep for the Homeless and Other Vulnerable Americans

Susie Sinclair-Smith, left, of the Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless, with Samantha Whitt and her children in an apartment in Maryland that the group helps pay for.
Trump Lays Wreath at Brief Visit to Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

Trump Lays Wreath at Brief Visit to Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence visited the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington on Monday.
On King Holiday, Democrats Convey Hope, Remorse and Invective Against Trump

On King Holiday, Democrats Convey Hope, Remorse and Invective Against Trump

Michael R. Bloomberg avoided any mention Monday of the controversial policing tactic he supported in New York called “stop-and-frisk.”
Pessimism Looms Over Prospect of a Sweeping China Trade Deal

Pessimism Looms Over Prospect of a Sweeping China Trade Deal

Trade representatives from the United States and China are set to meet in Washington next week. Negotiators will discuss agreements made between President Trump and President Xi Jinping of China last
Theresa May Offered Plan B for Brexit. It Looks a Lot Like the Defeated Plan A.

Theresa May Offered Plan B for Brexit. It Looks a Lot Like the Defeated Plan A.

Protesters against Brexit demonstrating outside the Parliament in London on Monday.
Backstage, a ‘School of Rock’ Staffer Faces Graduation

Backstage, a ‘School of Rock’ Staffer Faces Graduation

Jill Valentine has been the head guardian for the dozens of children who have appeared in “School of Rock.” Among her duties: distributing pain relievers, running science flashcards, confiscating
Surfacing: In Britain, Enraptured by the Wild, Lonely and Remote

Surfacing: In Britain, Enraptured by the Wild, Lonely and Remote

The Hutchison Memorial Hut, colloquially called the Hutchie Hut, illuminated by moonlight in Scotland’s Cairngorms National Park.
Renters: Can I Fit a Bed and a Dresser in Here?

Renters: Can I Fit a Bed and a Dresser in Here?

Blake Bejan recently moved from San Francisco to New York and was disappointed when he realized he couldn't rent an apartment he liked because his furniture wouldn't fit.
Attorneys, Politicians and a Bitcoin Entrepreneur: The 23 People Running for Public Advocate

Attorneys, Politicians and a Bitcoin Entrepreneur: The 23 People Running for Public Advocate

Jumaane Williams, a Brooklyn city councilman, is one of 23 candidates running for public advocate in a special election next month.
The Carpetbagger: What to Expect From the 2019 Oscar Nominations

The Carpetbagger: What to Expect From the 2019 Oscar Nominations

Lady Gaga (“A Star Is Born”) and Spike Lee (“BlacKkKlansman”) should be among the newly minted Oscar nominees on Tuesday morning.

Google Is Fined $57 Million Under Europe’s Data Privacy Law

France penalized the company for not properly disclosing to users how data is collected across its services to present personalized advertising.
A Mayor Is Murdered, a Country Hums With Violence

A Mayor Is Murdered, a Country Hums With Violence

A memorial to Pawel Adamowicz, the mayor of Gdansk, Poland, who was stabbed to death at a charity event earlier this month.