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The Stars of ‘Homeland’ Get Their Final Debriefing

The Stars of ‘Homeland’ Get Their Final Debriefing

After eight seasons and multiple Emmys, Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin discuss their partnership and their struggle to accept that it’s really over.
Clearview’s Facial Recognition App Is Identifying Child Victims of Abuse

Clearview’s Facial Recognition App Is Identifying Child Victims of Abuse

Though a breakthrough for law enforcement, the technique could allow the little-known start-up to collect an extraordinarily sensitive set of data and images.
A Composer Puts Her Life in Music, Beyond Labels

A Composer Puts Her Life in Music, Beyond Labels

Tania León worked for the New York Philharmonic in the 1990s. But the full orchestra is only now performing her work.
Joe Walsh Ends Challenge to Trump After Getting 1% in Iowa

Joe Walsh Ends Challenge to Trump After Getting 1% in Iowa

Mr. Walsh, a conservative radio show host and former Republican lawmaker from Illinois, was running a long-shot bid for the party’s presidential nomination.

Black History Month: The Life of Delilah Beasley

Friday: Remembering Delilah L. Beasley, an Oakland Tribune columnist who documented black pioneers in California. Also: The presidential candidates hit the Inland Empire.
The Best College Basketball Rivalry Right Now Is in Oregon

The Best College Basketball Rivalry Right Now Is in Oregon

Separated by less than 50 miles, Oregon and Oregon State have vastly different weapons in their chase for a Final Four. And with the Ducks star Sabrina Ionescu at the forefront, the fans have
OneWeb Launches 34 Satellites as Astronomers Fear Radio Chatter

OneWeb Launches 34 Satellites as Astronomers Fear Radio Chatter

Like SpaceX, the company aims to build a constellation of internet satellites, but its orbiters could interfere with telescopes on Earth.
Mitch McConnell Wasn’t Always Loved by Republicans. He Is Now.

Mitch McConnell Wasn’t Always Loved by Republicans. He Is Now.

When he secured President Trump’s acquittal in the impeachment trial, the Senate majority leader completed a journey from staid establishment figure to conservative icon.
Tired of Winter? Here’s How to Make Your Home a Haven

Tired of Winter? Here’s How to Make Your Home a Haven

As the season stretches on, it’s time to think hygge thoughts and turn your home into a warm and cozy sanctuary.
Franklin Graham, Dropped by U.K. Venues, Says He Will Proceed With Tour

Franklin Graham, Dropped by U.K. Venues, Says He Will Proceed With Tour

New locations are being considered after all the tour’s scheduled venues removed Mr. Graham from their calendars, according to organizers. At least one cited concerns over the pastor’s views.
China Begins Testing an Antiviral Drug in Coronavirus Patients

China Begins Testing an Antiviral Drug in Coronavirus Patients

Patients in a clinical trial will receive a placebo or remdesivir, which has shown promise in laboratory studies.

On Politics: Hanging-Chad Flashbacks

Everyone loves a recount, right? It might happen, or maybe not. This is your morning tip sheet.
Trump Got His Wish. Mexico Is Now the Wall.

Trump Got His Wish. Mexico Is Now the Wall.

The American immigration system needs a complete makeover, but López Obrador’s government shouldn’t act as an extension of the Border Patrol.
Disney C.E.O. Apologizes to P.T.A. Asked to Pay After ‘Lion King’ Screening

Disney C.E.O. Apologizes to P.T.A. Asked to Pay After ‘Lion King’ Screening

Two months after a Berkeley, Calif., elementary school showed a privately owned DVD of the film at a movie night, a licensing representative for Disney told the school to pay a $250 fee.
T.S.A. Denies Opening Case of Mali Musician Whose Instrument Was Destroyed

T.S.A. Denies Opening Case of Mali Musician Whose Instrument Was Destroyed

When Ballake Sissoko, a renowned kora player from Mali, looked in his case at his Paris home after flying from New York, he found the instrument in pieces.
NATO Eyes Troop Reductions in Afghanistan as U.S. Draws Down

NATO Eyes Troop Reductions in Afghanistan as U.S. Draws Down

The Trump administration’s decision to eventually withdraw several thousand troops from America’s longest war has triggered a debate within the 29-country alliance.
The Woman Defending Harvey Weinstein

The Woman Defending Harvey Weinstein

One of the reporters who broke the story of the Hollywood producer’s alleged abuse speaks with Donna Rotunno, the lawyer behind Mr. Weinstein’s legal strategy.
Job Growth Gives the Economy an Upbeat Start to the Year

Job Growth Gives the Economy an Upbeat Start to the Year

Payrolls expanded by 225,000 in January, helped by mild weather, and more people were drawn into the labor market.
The Scenic Isle Where the World’s Chaos Comes Home to Roost

The Scenic Isle Where the World’s Chaos Comes Home to Roost

On Samos, islanders and asylum seekers bear the shared brunt of forces beyond their control — like chaos in the Middle East and the cold shoulder of the European Union.

A Stunning St. Lucia Golf Resort Is Really Out of the Way. That’s by Design.

At a new development, the focus is on shoreline properties with breathtaking vistas — not ease of access.