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The Carpetbagger: What Do the Oscars Gain by Losing a Host?

The Carpetbagger: What Do the Oscars Gain by Losing a Host?

Kevin Hart has made Oscar host history, just not for actually appearing on the telecast.

Wedding album: Real Wedding-Day Looks From Our Couples

A selection of outfits worn by men and women, most of whom were featured in our announcements.
Andrew Wheeler, at E.P.A. Confirmation Hearing, Walks a Fine Line on Climate Change

Andrew Wheeler, at E.P.A. Confirmation Hearing, Walks a Fine Line on Climate Change

Andrew Wheeler testifying Wednesday before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.

YouTube Bans Risky Prank Videos Amid Spate of ‘Bird Box’ Challenge Stunts

The video-sharing site said that it was clarifying its policies on the posting of harmful content to explicitly exclude pranks with a “perceived danger of serious physical injury.”
The Government Shutdown: Where Things Stand

The Government Shutdown: Where Things Stand

Security lines at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta stretched more than an hour long amid the partial federal shutdown, causing some travelers to miss flights on Monday.
ISIS Attack in Syria Kills 4 Americans, Raising New Worries About Troop Withdrawal

ISIS Attack in Syria Kills 4 Americans, Raising New Worries About Troop Withdrawal

Critics of President Trump’s drawdown plans said his claim of victory over the Islamic State may have emboldened its fighters and encouraged the suicide bombing that killed 19 people.
Commuter Knits a ‘Rail Delay Scarf.’ It Fetches $8,650 on eBay.

Commuter Knits a ‘Rail Delay Scarf.’ It Fetches $8,650 on eBay.

A section of the scarf that Claudia Weber knitted to record her trips last year. Gray is within five minutes of timetable, pink within half an hour; red means a severe delay.
The Integrity of William Barr

The Integrity of William Barr

William Barr at the confirmation hearing on Tuesday for his appointment as attorney general.
How New York City Ended Up With 2 Competing Women’s Marches

How New York City Ended Up With 2 Competing Women’s Marches

The women’s march in New York City has been run since its start by Women’s March Alliance.
In a Children’s Theater Program, Drama Over a Peanut Allergy

In a Children’s Theater Program, Drama Over a Peanut Allergy

Mason Wicks-Lim, right, with his mother Ali at home in Montague, Mass.
Corbyn Will Decide Fate of Brexit, Whether He Wants to or Not

Corbyn Will Decide Fate of Brexit, Whether He Wants to or Not

Mr. Corbyn called a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May, center, as soon as her Brexit proposal was defeated on Tuesday night.
At the Australian Open, Young American Men Seize the Moment

At the Australian Open, Young American Men Seize the Moment

Frances Tiafoe celebrating his victory over fifth-seeded Kevin Anderson on Wednesday in the second round of the Australian Open.
Pelosi Asks Trump to Reschedule State of the Union Amid Shutdown

Pelosi Asks Trump to Reschedule State of the Union Amid Shutdown

Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, and several other senators circulated a letter calling on Mr. Trump to drop his demand that wall funding accompany any bill to end the shutdown.

Veterans of the News Business Are Now Fighting Fakes

After raising $6 million, the start-up NewsGuard, co-founded by Steve Brill, has signed Microsoft as its first major client. The main goal: to combat the spread of false stories on the internet.
John Engler, Michigan State’s Interim Leader, Says Some of Larry Nassar’s Victims Enjoy Spotlight

John Engler, Michigan State’s Interim Leader, Says Some of Larry Nassar’s Victims Enjoy Spotlight

Remarks from John Engler, center, a former governor of Michigan and the interim president of Michigan State University, have generated a backlash. “Clearly he is not the man fit to lead Michigan State
‘Project Blue Book’ Is Based on a True U.F.O. Story. Here It Is.

‘Project Blue Book’ Is Based on a True U.F.O. Story. Here It Is.

Aidan Gillen as the astronomer J. Allen Hynek in “Project Blue Book” on History. The series dramatizes, with some flagrant embellishment, an actual Air Force program designed to investigate and debunk
White Nationalism Loses in Court

White Nationalism Loses in Court

Wilbur Ross, the commerce secretary, at the White House last August.