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Many Children Are Overdoing It on the Toothpaste, C.D.C. Study Says

Many Children Are Overdoing It on the Toothpaste, C.D.C. Study Says

Professional guidelines suggest this would be too much toothpaste on a young child’s brush. Children ages 3 to 6 should use no more than a pea-size amount of fluoride toothpaste, officials say.
Why the Pope’s Historic Visit to the Gulf Matters

Why the Pope’s Historic Visit to the Gulf Matters

Pope Francis leading Mass at the Vatican on Saturday. This week, he will become the first Roman Catholic pontiff to visit the Arabian Peninsula.
It’s a Theater, With Craft Beer and D.J.s Until 6 a.m.

It’s a Theater, With Craft Beer and D.J.s Until 6 a.m.

Fernanda Munoz-Newsome, center, performing in January in the bar of The Yard. The venue also has a 110-seat theater.
Behind the Lion Air Crash, a Trail of Decisions Kept Pilots in the Dark

Behind the Lion Air Crash, a Trail of Decisions Kept Pilots in the Dark

Boeing’s 737 Max is the latest version of a plane that first went into service half a century ago.
U.S. Navy Performs Its First All-Female Flyover to Honor Rosemary Mariner

U.S. Navy Performs Its First All-Female Flyover to Honor Rosemary Mariner

A team of female pilots performed a Missing Man Flyover during a graveside ceremony on Saturday for Capt. Rosemary Mariner, the first woman to command a naval aviation squadron.
Hidden Gems: Do the Patriots Find Them or Create Them?

Hidden Gems: Do the Patriots Find Them or Create Them?

Bill Belichick has won five Super Bowls as the Patriots’ head coach. On Sunday, the team will play in the ninth Super Bowl of his tenure. Will an unheralded player help New England to a sixth title?
He Traded His Yellow Flag for a Microphone. Another Super Bowl Awaits.

He Traded His Yellow Flag for a Microphone. Another Super Bowl Awaits.

Gene Steratore worked on the field at last year’s Super Bowl. He will make calls for the broadcast on Sunday.
Protesters Try to Storm Federal Jail in Brooklyn With Little Heat or Electricity

Protesters Try to Storm Federal Jail in Brooklyn With Little Heat or Electricity

Protesters outside the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn on Saturday, where a partial power outage has prompted management to cancel visits and place inmates on lockdown.
Venezuela’s Very Normal Revolution

Venezuela’s Very Normal Revolution

Juan Guaidó spoke to reporters in Caracas on Thursday, with his wife, Fabiana Rosales, left, and young daughter, Miranda.
When Blackface Photos Cause Political Storms

When Blackface Photos Cause Political Storms

Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia, with his wife, Pam Northam, spoke to reporters on Saturday after a racially offensive photo on his college yearbook page prompted calls for him to resign.
Who Is Justin Fairfax, Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor?

Who Is Justin Fairfax, Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor?

Justin E. Fairfax, the lieutenant governor of Virginia, would become the only current African-American governor in the United States if Ralph Northam answers calls to resign.
Chicago Woman Got 30 Hotel Rooms for Homeless People During Severe Cold Snap

Chicago Woman Got 30 Hotel Rooms for Homeless People During Severe Cold Snap

Candice Payne rented 30 hotel rooms for more than 100 homeless people in Chicago when the temperature dropped to well below zero.
El Chapo Drugged and Raped 13-Year-Old Girls, Witness Claims

El Chapo Drugged and Raped 13-Year-Old Girls, Witness Claims

Jurors in the trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the drug kingpin known as El Chapo, will likely begin deliberations on Monday.

T.S.A. Agent at Orlando Airport Jumps to His Death From Hotel Balcony

The terminal was evacuated after the unidentified man jumped, causing passengers to flee unscreened into restricted areas.
news analysis: Is This the Right Way to End a War?

news analysis: Is This the Right Way to End a War?

Soldiers boarding their transport helicopter to leave Kunduz, Afghanistan, in 2011.