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Texas Official’s Claim About Citizenship of 95,000 Is Called Into Doubt

Texas Official’s Claim About Citizenship of 95,000 Is Called Into Doubt

Voters lined up on Election Day in El Paso last November. Local elections officials found that many people whose citizenship had been questioned by the Texas secretary of state are, in fact, United
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti Decides Against Presidential Bid

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti Decides Against Presidential Bid

Los Angeles Mayor Eric M. Garcetti would have faced a crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates and long odds. No sitting mayor has ever been elected president.
News Analysis: A Growing Chorus of Republican Critics for Trump’s Foreign Policy

News Analysis: A Growing Chorus of Republican Critics for Trump’s Foreign Policy

The F.B.I. director, Christopher Wray, the C.I.A. director, Gina Haspel, and the director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, testifying before the Senate on Tuesday.
Apple Was Slow to Act on FaceTime Bug That Allows Spying on iPhones

Apple Was Slow to Act on FaceTime Bug That Allows Spying on iPhones

The FaceTime flaw, dubbed FacePalm, was inadvertently discovered by Grant Thompson, 14, and reported by his mother. Apple didn’t react until an article about it on a fan site went viral.
‘Along the Main Road You See the Graves’: U.N. Says Hundreds Killed in Congo

‘Along the Main Road You See the Graves’: U.N. Says Hundreds Killed in Congo

Congolese soldiers in Mukoko, the Democratic Republic of Congo, in December. Two soldiers have died of Ebola, the government said Tuesday.
Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles Mayor, Decides Against Presidential Bid

Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles Mayor, Decides Against Presidential Bid

Los Angeles Mayor Eric M. Garcetti would have faced a crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates and long odds. No sitting mayor has ever been elected president.
James Ingram, a Hitmaking Voice of ’80s R&B, Is Dead at 66

James Ingram, a Hitmaking Voice of ’80s R&B, Is Dead at 66

James Ingram on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” in 1990. Among his many collaborations with the producer Quincy Jones, he participated in the all-star charity single “We Are the World” in
Opposition Leader, and Oil, Become Focus of Venezuela-U.S. Struggle

Opposition Leader, and Oil, Become Focus of Venezuela-U.S. Struggle

People waiting in Caracas last week to buy scarce items like butter and pasta.
U.S. Midwest Freezes, Australia Burns: This Is the Age of Weather Extremes

U.S. Midwest Freezes, Australia Burns: This Is the Age of Weather Extremes

The Lake Michigan shore in Chicago on Tuesday. Overnight temperatures in the city dipped to minus 21 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 29 Celsius, near the record low.
Warning! Everything Is Going Deep: ‘The Age of Surveillance Capitalism’

Warning! Everything Is Going Deep: ‘The Age of Surveillance Capitalism’

A demonstration using artificial intelligence and facial recognition in a crowd at CES 2019 in Las Vegas this month.
Trump Says the Economy Is Unstoppable. Most Economists Say Otherwise.

Trump Says the Economy Is Unstoppable. Most Economists Say Otherwise.

“Last year looked just like we thought, so we don’t think, going into our next forecast, that there’s a heck of a lot of reason to change our mind about things,” said Kevin A. Hassett, the chairman of
Amazon Has a New Strategy to Sway Skeptics in New York

Amazon Has a New Strategy to Sway Skeptics in New York

Holly Sullivan and Brian Huseman, both top officials at Amazon, speaking last month at a City Council hearing. Company executives are set to appear before the Council again on Wednesday.
White House Memo: The Many Ways to Leave the White House

White House Memo: The Many Ways to Leave the White House

Cliff Sims, left, a former Trump aide, and Sean Spicer, right, the former press secretary, on the South Lawn in June 2017, when they were both still employed at the White House.
‘I’m Cold and I’m Afraid’: Across Midwest, Homeless Await Deep Freeze

‘I’m Cold and I’m Afraid’: Across Midwest, Homeless Await Deep Freeze

A man sat at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Wacker Drive in Chicago on Tuesday as temperatures fell.
How to Watch ‘Black Panther’ Free and Other Oscar Movie Tips

How to Watch ‘Black Panther’ Free and Other Oscar Movie Tips

From left, Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia, Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa and Danai Gurira as Okoye in “Black Panther.”
On Both Ends of Capitol, Both Parties Warn Big Pharma on Drug Prices

On Both Ends of Capitol, Both Parties Warn Big Pharma on Drug Prices

Price restraints are sure to face resistance from a small army of pharmaceutical lobbyists.
New York Passes First Major Gun Control Bills Since Sandy Hook

New York Passes First Major Gun Control Bills Since Sandy Hook

Linda Beigel Schulman, whose son, Scott, pictured at center, was killed at the shooting massacre in Parkland, Fla., appeared with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in Albany on Tuesday to urge passage of a “red