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Michael Avenatti Will Not Be Charged With Domestic Violence, Officials Say

Michael Avenatti Will Not Be Charged With Domestic Violence, Officials Say

Prosecutors in Los Angeles have declined to bring domestic violence charges against Michael Avenatti in connection with allegations made by Mareli Miniutti, a former girlfriend.
Goldman Sachs Suggests Current and Former Executives Could Lose Money Over 1MDB

Goldman Sachs Suggests Current and Former Executives Could Lose Money Over 1MDB

David Solomon, left, and Lloyd Blankfein at the Goldman Sachs headquarters in New York last summer.
Justice Alito Temporarily Blocks a Louisiana Abortion Law

Justice Alito Temporarily Blocks a Louisiana Abortion Law

Carnations in front of the Supreme Court in January on the 46th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision.
State of the Union Will Have Unifying Tone, White House Says

State of the Union Will Have Unifying Tone, White House Says

President Trump is also expected to make an appeal to his evangelical anti-abortion base during Tuesday’s State of the Union address.

Super Bowl LIII: How Did We Get Here? An Illustrated Guide to the N.F.L. Playoffs

From the Colts toppling the Texans to the pass interference noncall heard ’round the world, the lead-up to this year’s Super Bowl had no shortage of drama.
Clash of Giants: UnitedHealth Takes On Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase

Clash of Giants: UnitedHealth Takes On Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase

The headquarters of Optum, the unit of UnitedHealth that includes its pharmacy benefit manager, in Eden Prairie, Minn.
As Hezbollah Rises in Lebanon’s Government, Fears About U.S. Response Follow

As Hezbollah Rises in Lebanon’s Government, Fears About U.S. Response Follow

Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah’s secretary-general, has denied that the group intends to meddle with Lebanon’s balance of power among Christians, Sunnis and Shiites.
This General Doesn’t Mention Trump, but His Tweets Speak Volumes

This General Doesn’t Mention Trump, but His Tweets Speak Volumes

Gen. Martin Dempsey, who retired in 2015, has been tweeting recently about leadership.
How Republicans Erased Trumpism

How Republicans Erased Trumpism

Mitch McConnell speaking to the media after a luncheon with fellow Republicans on Tuesday.
Tehran Dispatch: More Bark Than Bite in Iran’s Ban on Walking Dogs

Tehran Dispatch: More Bark Than Bite in Iran’s Ban on Walking Dogs

A young couple who can’t afford to buy a dog for their son bring him to the park so he can play with dogs there.
White House Memo: What Do You Learn About Trump in an 85-Minute Interview?

White House Memo: What Do You Learn About Trump in an 85-Minute Interview?

President Trump offered plenty of clues for Trumpologists seeking to understand him during an interview with The New York Times on Thursday.
Italy’s Crackdown on Migrants Meets a Grass-Roots Resistance

Italy’s Crackdown on Migrants Meets a Grass-Roots Resistance

“I cannot accept that you produce criminality,” said Leoluca Orlando, the mayor of Palermo, who is defying a government decree aimed at migrants.
Trump’s Policies, Not His Insults, Contributed to the Fed’s Shift

Trump’s Policies, Not His Insults, Contributed to the Fed’s Shift

President Trump appointed Jerome H. Powell, right, chairman of the Federal Reserve in 2017, but has attacked its policies as “crazy,” “wild” and “loco.”
Venezuela Voices: ‘We Are Starving Here’

Venezuela Voices: ‘We Are Starving Here’

The streets were calm in the center of Caracas the day after opposition lawmaker Juan Guaidó proclaimed himself the country’s rightful leader, last week.

Ralph Northam, Virginia Governor, Admits He Was in Racist Yearbook Photo

Mr. Northam said he was “deeply sorry” for the decision to appear in the photo but resisted calls for his resignation.
What Is the I.N.F. Treaty and Why Does It Matter?

What Is the I.N.F. Treaty and Why Does It Matter?

President Ronald Reagan and the Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev signing the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty at the White House in 1987.