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The War That Never Ended

The War That Never Ended

Celebrating the end of World War I in London.
A Defeat for White Identity

A Defeat for White Identity

Supporters watched President Trump enter the Make America Great Again rally in Huntington, W.Va., on Nov. 2.
By Protecting Veterans’ Health, You May Protect Your Own

By Protecting Veterans’ Health, You May Protect Your Own

A veteran of the war in Afghanistan, who has vision problems due to being in close proximity to numerous blasts in the war, having an eye exam at the VA Connecticut Healthcare System.
news analysis: There’s No Nice Lady Caucus in Congress

news analysis: There’s No Nice Lady Caucus in Congress

Women in Congress do play bipartisan softball, but research shows that their partisanship is generally the same as that of their male colleagues off the field.
Op-Ed Columnist: Who’s the Real American Psycho?

Op-Ed Columnist: Who’s the Real American Psycho?

The Dark Knight reborn: Christian Bale as Dick Cheney in Adam McKay’s new film, “Vice.”
Rome Mayor Acquitted on Lying Charge, to Relief of Five Star Movement

Rome Mayor Acquitted on Lying Charge, to Relief of Five Star Movement

“This sentence wipes away two years of political mud,” Mayor Virginia Raggi said.
Set for ‘Westworld’ and Other Shows Destroyed in California Fire

Set for ‘Westworld’ and Other Shows Destroyed in California Fire

Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills, Calif. was decimated by a wildfire on Friday, officials said.
Florida Begins Vote Recounts in Senate and Governor’s Races

Florida Begins Vote Recounts in Senate and Governor’s Races

A lawyer watches as a voting technician sorts ballots at a Palm Beach Supervisor of Elections center in Riviera Beach, Fla., on Saturday.
Democrats Have Two Paths for 2020: Daring or Defensive. Can They Settle on Either?

Democrats Have Two Paths for 2020: Daring or Defensive. Can They Settle on Either?

Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democrat of Massachusetts, stumped for Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate for governor of Georgia, during a campaign stop in Jonesboro, Ga., last month.
John Delaney Is Already Running for President

John Delaney Is Already Running for President

John Delaney, a Congressman from Maryland, spoke at the Democratic Wing Ding in Clear Lake, Iowa, in August.
California Is Already Tough on Guns. After a Mass Shooting, Some Wonder if It’s Enough

California Is Already Tough on Guns. After a Mass Shooting, Some Wonder if It’s Enough

California has some of the strictest gun regulations in the nation. But a mass shooting in the state this week has prompted many to weigh what more can be done.
Raymond Plank, 96, Whose Oil Company Began in a 3rd-Floor Walk-up, Dies

Raymond Plank, 96, Whose Oil Company Began in a 3rd-Floor Walk-up, Dies

Raymond N. Plank in 2009. He started his career in a third-floor walk-up office and went on to become a founder and chairman of the Apache Corporation, a giant energy company now based in Houston.
Mexico Gave the Migrant Caravan a Warm Welcome. It Wasn’t Always This Way.

Mexico Gave the Migrant Caravan a Warm Welcome. It Wasn’t Always This Way.

Central American migrants riding on the subway on Friday after leaving a temporary shelter at a stadium in Mexico City.