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There Is No ‘Israeli-Palestinian Conflict’

There Is No ‘Israeli-Palestinian Conflict’

A view of the wall dividing Jerusalem, in background, from the Palestinian town of Abu Dis in the West Bank.
For Katelyn Ohashi, Viral Gymnastics Joy Was No Act

For Katelyn Ohashi, Viral Gymnastics Joy Was No Act

Katelyn Ohashi during a performance this month. A video of her floor routine from last weekend went viral.
Man With Hammer Kills Chef and Injures Two Others at Brooklyn Restaurant

Man With Hammer Kills Chef and Injures Two Others at Brooklyn Restaurant

A man with a hammer attacked three employees at a Brooklyn restaurant on Tuesday night, killing one and leaving the other two in critical condition.
Benjamin Brafman, Weinstein’s Lawyer, Is Said to Be Withdrawing From Rape Case

Benjamin Brafman, Weinstein’s Lawyer, Is Said to Be Withdrawing From Rape Case

Benjamin Brafman, left, plans to withdraw as the lawyer for Harvey Weinstein, who faces trial in Manhattan on rape and sexual assault charges.
Brexit, Nairobi, El Chapo: Your Wednesday Briefing

Brexit, Nairobi, El Chapo: Your Wednesday Briefing

Anti-Brexit demonstrators on Tuesday reacting after the results of the vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal were announced in Parliament Square in London.
News Analysis: Amid Parliament’s Brexit Rebellion, a Tectonic Shift in How Britain Is Governed

News Analysis: Amid Parliament’s Brexit Rebellion, a Tectonic Shift in How Britain Is Governed

A scaffolded Big Ben at the Houses of Parliament in London. Political shifts have made it harder for British governments to secure convincing majorities in Parliament.
Theresa May’s Brexit Deal Failed. Here’s What You Need to Know.

Theresa May’s Brexit Deal Failed. Here’s What You Need to Know.

An anti-Brexit activist wrapped in a European Union flag standing with other protesters outside Parliament in central London on Tuesday.

Hold a Second Brexit Referendum

All the debate has come up against a stubborn fact: Brexit is damaging to the British national interest.
Streaming Service Roku Offers Alex Jones a Platform, Then Quickly Retreats

Streaming Service Roku Offers Alex Jones a Platform, Then Quickly Retreats

Alex Jones’s Infowars program had already barred from numerous online outlets, including YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
On Pro Football: The N.F.L.’s Minority Head Coaching Ranks Are Thinning

On Pro Football: The N.F.L.’s Minority Head Coaching Ranks Are Thinning

The Dolphins are expected to sign Brian Flores, the linebacker coach of the New England Patriots, once his team is eliminated from the playoffs, but he is the lone minority head coaching hire
Trump and Putin Have Met Five Times. What Was Said Is a Mystery.

Trump and Putin Have Met Five Times. What Was Said Is a Mystery.

What President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia has told President Trump in their meetings remains largely unknown, even to American officials.
Shutdown’s Economic Damage Starts to Pile Up, Threatening an End to Growth

Shutdown’s Economic Damage Starts to Pile Up, Threatening an End to Growth

Federal workers, contractors and supporters demanding the reopening of the government last week. The White House estimated on Tuesday that the shutdown was causing twice as much economic damage as
Expecting a Huge Payout, Investment Banker Loses His New Job Instead

Expecting a Huge Payout, Investment Banker Loses His New Job Instead

Banco Santander said on Tuesday that it would no longer hire Andrea Orcel as its chief executive after it refused to pay him more than $50 million in deferred compensation he was owed by his previous
Sacklers Directed Efforts to Mislead Public About OxyContin, New Documents Indicate

Sacklers Directed Efforts to Mislead Public About OxyContin, New Documents Indicate

Purdue Pharma’s headquarters in Stamford, Conn. The Sacklers, who own Purdue Pharma, became one of the wealthiest families in the United States in part because of sales of OxyContin.

There’s a Huge Ice Disk in a Maine River. No, the Aliens Aren’t Coming.

Despite all the speculation, it’s not a landing zone for aliens. Scientists say the ice disks are an unusual but entirely natural phenomenon.
Why Steve King’s Punishment Took So Long

Why Steve King’s Punishment Took So Long

Representative Steve King, Republican of Iowa, at the Capitol on Monday after he was stripped of his committee positions.