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First Words: The Political ‘Center’ Isn’t Gone — Just Disputed

Has political polarization really turned the center into a no man’s land, or is it simply in flux?
Notes on the Culture: The Gay History of America’s Classic Children’s Books

Notes on the Culture: The Gay History of America’s Classic Children’s Books

Rarely seen sketches from the early ’80s by James Marshall. Final versions of some of these appeared in “George and Martha Back in Town” (1984) and “George and Martha Round and Round” (1988). Others,

At War: ‘Sir, I Never Thought I’d See the Day I’d Be Working for a Colored Officer’

These words were a jarring reminder of the prevalence of racism in the military and the United States at large.
The Argument: The Abortion Argument

The Argument: The Abortion Argument

Women demonstrated during a pro-choice rally in New York City last July.
It’s an Anti-Fascist Thing: How an Obscure German Soccer Team Gained a Brooklyn Cult

It’s an Anti-Fascist Thing: How an Obscure German Soccer Team Gained a Brooklyn Cult

Bike messengers, German expats and anti-fascist soccer fans root for St. Pauli at a Brooklyn bar under the Williamsburg Bridge.

Tip: How to Reject an Online Suitor

No ghosting, no treacle. Be direct. Consider a little booster in the form of a smiley emoji.
National Australia Bank Chiefs to Resign in Wake of Damaging Report

National Australia Bank Chiefs to Resign in Wake of Damaging Report

Andrew Thorburn, the chief executive of National Australia Bank, was singled out by the author of a report on malpractice within Australia’s financial industry.
Fighting Brexit, One Caller and 100,000 YouTube Clicks at a Time

Fighting Brexit, One Caller and 100,000 YouTube Clicks at a Time

James O’Brien’s resolute arguments with supporters of Britain’s exit from the European Union have turned his London radio show into a viral hit.
Lincoln Center Finds Its Next President at the 92nd Street Y

Lincoln Center Finds Its Next President at the 92nd Street Y

Henry Timms, currently at the 92nd Street Y, will be the next president of Lincoln Center, which has been plagued by leadership troubles.
Climate Change, Brexit, Virginia: Your Thursday Briefing

Climate Change, Brexit, Virginia: Your Thursday Briefing

A chart based on NASA data shows temperature changes relative to the 1880-1899 average.

Theresa May Is Off to Brussels for Brexit Talks, but She’s Not Feeling the Love

The British prime minister is looking for some flexibility from the bloc’s leaders for her Brexit plan, but they are venting their frustrations.
Revolt at American University Where Pompeo Addressed Middle East

Revolt at American University Where Pompeo Addressed Middle East

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo with Francis J. Ricciardone, right, at the American University in Cairo last month.
Body of Soccer Star Emiliano Sala Is Recovered From English Channel

Body of Soccer Star Emiliano Sala Is Recovered From English Channel

A moment of silence for Emiliano Sala at a Cardiff City match on Saturday.
Google and Waze Must Stop Sharing Drunken-Driving Checkpoints, New York Police Demand

Google and Waze Must Stop Sharing Drunken-Driving Checkpoints, New York Police Demand

People who use the Waze app’s police reporting feature can leave detailed comments on the cartoonish icon of a mustachioed officer.

Virginia Police Sergeant Suspended After Antifa Ties Him to White Nationalism

Robert A. Stamm, who had been assigned to monitor the protests related to Gov. Ralph Northam, was placed on paid administrative leave pending a review.

White House to Unveil a Global Women’s Empowerment Initiative, Led by Ivanka Trump

The president’s eldest daughter hailed the plan as nonpartisan and a “generous” approach to women’s empowerment on behalf of the Trump administration.
U.S. Opens Inquiry Into Handling of Jeffrey Epstein’s Sex Abuse Case

U.S. Opens Inquiry Into Handling of Jeffrey Epstein’s Sex Abuse Case

The Department of Justice is investigating a plea deal under which the financier Jeffrey Epstein avoided federal prosecution.
What Trump Left Out About MS-13’s Rise in New York

What Trump Left Out About MS-13’s Rise in New York

President Trump at Tuesday’s State of the Union address.

White House Memo: Painting Socialists as Villains, Trump Refreshes a Blueprint

Casting socialism as a threat could become the kind of rhetorical touchstone of President Trump’s re-election campaign that sounding the alarm about “criminal illegal aliens” was in 2016.