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Elizabeth Warren, in New Memo, Outlines Her Path and Rivals’ Flaws

Elizabeth Warren, in New Memo, Outlines Her Path and Rivals’ Flaws

Seeking a revival, Ms. Warren’s campaign manager sent a letter to supporters expressing optimism about her path forward while taking a skeptical view of her leading opponents.
Caucuses vs. Primaries: Why New Hampshire Won’t Be Like Iowa

Caucuses vs. Primaries: Why New Hampshire Won’t Be Like Iowa

New Hampshire holds a primary, Iowa held caucuses, and that means greater potential for chaos was built into the Iowa process before a single precinct reported its results.
Joseph Shabalala, Ladysmith Black Mambazo Founder, Dies at 78

Joseph Shabalala, Ladysmith Black Mambazo Founder, Dies at 78

His choral group acquired an international following and won Grammys after collaborating with Paul Simon on the album “Graceland.”
Harvey Weinstein Wanted to Testify. His Lawyers Stopped Him.

Harvey Weinstein Wanted to Testify. His Lawyers Stopped Him.

The defense rested its case after a half-hour huddle with Mr. Weinstein to discuss his wish to take the stand in his rape trial.
Tiny Love Stories: ‘We Entered the Stormy Landscape of Polyamory’

Tiny Love Stories: ‘We Entered the Stormy Landscape of Polyamory’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
Pete Rose Has Done His Time

Pete Rose Has Done His Time

He should be allowed back into baseball and be eligible for the Hall of Fame.
We Once Fought Jihadists. Now We Battle White Supremacists.

We Once Fought Jihadists. Now We Battle White Supremacists.

The truth about so-called domestic terrorism? There is nothing domestic about it.
Your New Condo? That Was the Sports Desk

Your New Condo? That Was the Sports Desk

The architecture and location of many former newspaper headquarters appeal to tech companies, urban homeowners and even beer connoisseurs.
Canada’s Newest Tyrannosaur Is Named for a ‘Reaper of Death’

Canada’s Newest Tyrannosaur Is Named for a ‘Reaper of Death’

The specimen is older than T. Rex and other famous members of its family, which could fill in this apex predator’s family tree.
F.T.C. Broadens Review of Tech Giants, Homing In on Their Deals

F.T.C. Broadens Review of Tech Giants, Homing In on Their Deals

The agency ordered Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Alphabet and Microsoft to turn over a decade’s worth of information on small acquisitions.
Coronavirus Shock Could Push Europe Into a Downturn

Coronavirus Shock Could Push Europe Into a Downturn

Germany and other countries were already vulnerable. The longer the Chinese economy remains crippled, the bigger the risk to the rest of the world.
Yet Another Vermont Police Chief Quits Over Fake Social Media Accounts

Yet Another Vermont Police Chief Quits Over Fake Social Media Accounts

Two Burlington police chiefs who created fake social media accounts to attack critics resigned within months of each other.
A Rare Trump-Era Climate Policy Hits an Obstacle: The Tax Man

A Rare Trump-Era Climate Policy Hits an Obstacle: The Tax Man

At least a dozen carbon capture projects are remain blocked because the I.R.S. has yet to explain how, exactly, companies can claim the tax credit that would make the projects viable.
Can Iowa’s Democrats Rebound From the Caucus Fiasco?

Can Iowa’s Democrats Rebound From the Caucus Fiasco?

Volunteers and activists in rural towns and swing counties are demoralized but still vow to turn out in November.
Prosecutors Quit Roger Stone Case After Justice Dept. Intervenes on Sentencing

Prosecutors Quit Roger Stone Case After Justice Dept. Intervenes on Sentencing

President Trump had complained that the recommendation of seven to nine years in prison for his former adviser and longtime friend was a “miscarriage of justice.”
Labeling Error to Blame for Hospital’s Release of Coronavirus Patient

Labeling Error to Blame for Hospital’s Release of Coronavirus Patient

The patient, one of hundreds evacuated by the U.S. from China, was released from a San Diego hospital to quarantine before the mistake was discovered, health officials said.
This New Hudson Yards Restaurant Is Better Than It Should Be

This New Hudson Yards Restaurant Is Better Than It Should Be

The Tavern by WS has a dumb name, an obscure corporate agenda and a kitchen that excels at subtly upgraded American classics.

Merkel Succession Crisis in Germany Leaves Europe Leaderless, Too

The resignation of the chancellor’s preferred replacement threatens to extend a lack of German leadership. That will be the “elephant in the room” at the annual Munich Security Conference this week.
In Los Angeles, a Historic Home Becomes an Experimental Kitchen

In Los Angeles, a Historic Home Becomes an Experimental Kitchen

At the Schindler House, a celebration of art, design and fermentation.
As Egypt’s Population Hits 100 Million, Celebration Is Muted

As Egypt’s Population Hits 100 Million, Celebration Is Muted

With little habitable land, deepening poverty and dwindling supplies of water, the future looks bleak. And there is no sign of a slowdown.