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Memories of Carol Channing, for Whom Going On Was a Must

Memories of Carol Channing, for Whom Going On Was a Must

Carol Channing in 1982. Neither injury nor loss of voice could keep her out of the stage lights, colleagues recalled after her death on Tuesday at 97.
Britain Needs a Miracle

Britain Needs a Miracle

Customers at the Red Lion pub near Parliament watching Prime Minister Theresa May speaking on Tuesday after her Brexit agreement was voted down.

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: Date Night? Yeah Right

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
Republicans Rebuke Steve King but Face Vexing Question: Why Not Sooner?

Republicans Rebuke Steve King but Face Vexing Question: Why Not Sooner?

Representative Steve King of Iowa had his committee assignments revoked by House Republicans on Monday.
Venezuela Opposition Declares Maduro Illegitimate, and Urges Defections

Venezuela Opposition Declares Maduro Illegitimate, and Urges Defections

Juan Guaidó, an opposition leader, announced that he was ready to step in as the president of Venezuela if he had the support of the military.
El Chapo Trial: Former Mexican President Peña Nieto Took $100 Million Bribe, Witness Says

El Chapo Trial: Former Mexican President Peña Nieto Took $100 Million Bribe, Witness Says

The bribe was delivered to Enrique Peña Nieto, the former president of Mexico, through an intermediary, according to a witness at the trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the drug lord known as El Chapo.
M. Night Shyamalan’s Biggest Twist? Coming Full Circle

M. Night Shyamalan’s Biggest Twist? Coming Full Circle

The director M. Night Shyamalan, whose newest film, “Glass,” completes a superhero trilogy that began in 2000 with “Unbreakable.”
Next to National Parks, a Winter of Worry

Next to National Parks, a Winter of Worry

The Cambareri family visiting from Cape Cod, Mass., walked into Rocky Mountain National Park while the roads were closed because of the government shutdown.
William Barr Vows to Let Mueller Finish Investigation

William Barr Vows to Let Mueller Finish Investigation

William P. Barr, President Trump’s nominee for attorney general, said he would protect the Justice Department from any possible political intrusions.

U.S. Charges 2 With Hacking Into S.E.C. System in Stock-Trading Scheme

Federal prosecutors in New Jersey said the men had breached a Securities and Exchange Commission database to obtain information about companies that was not yet public.
Trump Summons Thousands Back to Work Without Pay as Shutdown Drags On

Trump Summons Thousands Back to Work Without Pay as Shutdown Drags On

Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Washington last week. Ms. Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic leader, have refused to negotiate over border security until the government reopens.
May and Brexit Face Uncertain Future After Crushing Defeat in Parliament

May and Brexit Face Uncertain Future After Crushing Defeat in Parliament

Pro- and anti-Brexit protesters outside Parliament in London on Tuesday. Lawmakers debated for six hours ahead of the vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan.
‘It Doesn’t Have to Be This Way.’ Why Some Boys Can Keep Up With Girls in School.

‘It Doesn’t Have to Be This Way.’ Why Some Boys Can Keep Up With Girls in School.

A sociologist says that boys don't "necessarily have to underachieve." School environments and peer influences can be very important.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK: ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Brings Love, Canadian Style

CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK: ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Brings Love, Canadian Style

Eugene Levy in the new season of “Schitt’s Creek,” beginning Wednesday on Pop.

How to Make New York as Progressive on Criminal Justice as Texas

It’s time for the state to end the system that leaves defendants in the dark about the evidence against them.

Gillette Ad With a #MeToo Edge Attracts Support and Outrage

Rewriting its slogan as “Is this the best a man can get?”, the razor brand presented examples of toxic masculinity, earning itself both celebrity praise and calls for a boycott.
Brexit, Huawei, Gay Penguins: Your Wednesday Briefing

Brexit, Huawei, Gay Penguins: Your Wednesday Briefing

Prime Minister Theresa May in Parliament during the Brexit vote.
Francine du Plessix Gray, Searching Novelist and Journalist, Is Dead at 88

Francine du Plessix Gray, Searching Novelist and Journalist, Is Dead at 88

Francine du Plessix Gray at her home in Warren, Conn., in 2005. She became known as a far-ranging reporter with a stylish pen before establishing herself as a novelist in the mid-1970s.
White House Considering Indra Nooyi to Head World Bank

White House Considering Indra Nooyi to Head World Bank

Indra K. Nooyi, the former chief executive officer of PepsiCo, is among those being considered to head the World Bank.