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The Cycle: Your Vagina Is Terrific (and Everyone Else’s Opinions Still Are Not)

One year ago I wrote about my vagina and men’s opinions of it. Things have not improved.
Russians Tried, but Were Unable to Compromise Midterm Elections, U.S. Says

Russians Tried, but Were Unable to Compromise Midterm Elections, U.S. Says

Under the executive order issued in September, sanctions could be imposed on anyone found to have tried to manipulate the vote.
Erdogan Says Turkey Will Delay Assault on Kurds and ISIS in Syria

Erdogan Says Turkey Will Delay Assault on Kurds and ISIS in Syria

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said President Trump had asked him if Turkey could “clean up” the Islamic State in Syria.
Barack Obama Joins Lin-Manuel Miranda on a ‘Hamilton’ Remix

Barack Obama Joins Lin-Manuel Miranda on a ‘Hamilton’ Remix

Barack Obama, who delivers part of George Washington’s farewell address in a gospel remix of “One Last Time,” in the recording studio.
They Look Like the Emperors’ Clocks. But Are They Real?

They Look Like the Emperors’ Clocks. But Are They Real?

Mechanical clocks of the sort once revered by Chinese emperors and said to be more than 100 years old are increasingly turning up at auction, but some experts question their authenticity. This clock
The Mexican Border as Refugee Camp

The Mexican Border as Refugee Camp

One of a caravan of thousands from Central America trying to reach the United States sleeps on a street in Tijuana, Mexico.
Markets Calm as a Top Official Says the Fed Will Adjust if the Economy Weakens

Markets Calm as a Top Official Says the Fed Will Adjust if the Economy Weakens

John Williams, left, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, with the Fed chairman, Jerome H. Powell.
The Unforgettable Theater Moments of 2018

The Unforgettable Theater Moments of 2018

From left: Eli Gelb, Idina Menzel and Will Brittain in Joshua Harmon’s “Skintight.”
Glee in Russia Over Trump’s Foreign Policy Largess

Glee in Russia Over Trump’s Foreign Policy Largess

For Russia’s president, Vladimir V. Putin, President Trump is the foreign policy gift that keeps on giving.
Out There: Apollo 8’s Earthrise: The Shot Seen Round the World

Out There: Apollo 8’s Earthrise: The Shot Seen Round the World

The iconic image was taken by astronaut William A. Anders on Apollo 8 on Christmas Eve in 1968. He was tasked with photographing the lunar landscape for a suitable spot for an eventual Apollo mission
Further reading: Do You Want to Read More About China?

Further reading: Do You Want to Read More About China?

A dock on China's Yangtze River in Wuhan, a former colonial outpost that has swelled into a major metropolis.
News Analysis: In Afghanistan, Alarm and a Sense of Betrayal Over U.S. Drawdown

News Analysis: In Afghanistan, Alarm and a Sense of Betrayal Over U.S. Drawdown

American Marines in the southern Afghan province of Helmand last year. Officials said on Thursday that half of the 14,000 United States troops in the country would be withdrawn.
Life After Horrific Death for the Journalist James Foley

Life After Horrific Death for the Journalist James Foley

Diane Foley, the mother of the murdered photojournalist James W. Foley, and the artist Bradley McCallum with paintings Mr. McCallum made based on Mr. Foley’s photographs and his chronicle of war’s
Critic’s Notebook: Drag Queens on the Screen: There to Prove a Woman’s Authenticity

Critic’s Notebook: Drag Queens on the Screen: There to Prove a Woman’s Authenticity

Harold Perrineau as Rhea Rayne, a drag queen and Dolly Parton impersonator in the Netflix film “Dumplin’” (2018).
Trump Is Losing His Friends

Trump Is Losing His Friends

President Trump and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis at the White House in October. Mattis resigned Thursday over Trump’s Syria policy and rejection of international alliances.