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‘No Morals’: Advertisers React to Facebook Report

‘No Morals’: Advertisers React to Facebook Report

One senior adviser in advertising suggested that Facebook should establish an ombudsman role to assess and report on its societal risks in regular financial filings.
Khmer Rouge’s Slaughter in Cambodia Is Ruled a Genocide

Khmer Rouge’s Slaughter in Cambodia Is Ruled a Genocide

Photographs of victims of the Khmer Rouge at the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on Thursday.
North Korea Says It Has Tested ‘Ultramodern Tactical Weapon’

North Korea Says It Has Tested ‘Ultramodern Tactical Weapon’

The North’s official Korean Central News Agency released a photo on Friday that it said showed Kim Jong-un, center, supervising the test.
David Hockney Painting Sells for $90 Million, Smashing Record for Living Artist

David Hockney Painting Sells for $90 Million, Smashing Record for Living Artist

Visitors at Christie’s New York viewing David Hockney’s “Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)” on Wednesday evening.
Fists. A Flying Garbage Can. And Maybe, at Last, Negotiations in Sri Lanka

Fists. A Flying Garbage Can. And Maybe, at Last, Negotiations in Sri Lanka

Rival Sri Lankan lawmakers exchanging blows in Parliament in Colombo on Thursday.
Here’s Why Election Day in Florida and Georgia Has Turned Into Election Week and a Half

Here’s Why Election Day in Florida and Georgia Has Turned Into Election Week and a Half

In Florida, if there is an election, then there is a recount. This time, it will be the Senate race.
On Washington: They Battled Over the Supreme Court, but Stuck Together on Criminal Justice Reform

On Washington: They Battled Over the Supreme Court, but Stuck Together on Criminal Justice Reform

Senators Charles E. Grassley, a Republican, left, and Richard J. Durbin, a Democrat, agreed on a bipartisan prison sentencing overhaul.
At Brexit Crunch Time, Theresa May Takes a Pummeling

At Brexit Crunch Time, Theresa May Takes a Pummeling

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain delivering a statement outside 10 Downing Street on Wednesday.
A Look Inside the Tactics of Definers, Facebook’s Attack Dog

A Look Inside the Tactics of Definers, Facebook’s Attack Dog

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, testifying in September before a Senate committee.
Neo-Nazis Have No First Amendment Right to Harassment, Judge Rules

Neo-Nazis Have No First Amendment Right to Harassment, Judge Rules

Tanya Gersh of Whitefish, Mont., became the target of a neo-Nazi “troll storm” of online harassment orchestrated by The Daily Stormer.
Baltimore ‘Fiddler’ Disrupted by ‘Heil Hitler, Heil Trump’

Baltimore ‘Fiddler’ Disrupted by ‘Heil Hitler, Heil Trump’

A touring production of “Fiddler on the Roof,” shown here in Syracuse last month, was disrupted by an anti-Semitic outburst during its run at Baltimore’s Hippodrome.
Snow Causes Commuter Chaos at Port Authority, Penn Station and on New Jersey Roadways

Snow Causes Commuter Chaos at Port Authority, Penn Station and on New Jersey Roadways

Commuters crowd the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan. By 5:30 p.m. Thursday, officials were advising people to take trains or ferries instead of buses.
The Rise of the Resentniks

The Rise of the Resentniks

Nationalists marched with flares in Warsaw on Sunday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Polish independence.
Why Was Trump’s Tax Cut a Fizzle?

Why Was Trump’s Tax Cut a Fizzle?

President Trump talking about tax cuts in April at an event in Florida.
Houston Rockets ‘Parting Ways’ With Carmelo Anthony

Houston Rockets ‘Parting Ways’ With Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony is moving on from the Houston Rockets less than a month into his first season with the team.
Mark Zuckerberg Defends Facebook as Furor Over Its Tactics Grows

Mark Zuckerberg Defends Facebook as Furor Over Its Tactics Grows

Mark Zuckerberg fielded questions from reporters on Thursday about his and Sheryl Sandberg’s management of Facebook.