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Surveillance Video of City Officer Kicking and Stomping Homeless Man Leads to Charges

Video of the beating released by federal prosecutors raised difficult questions about how marginalized and poor people are treated in facilities run by New York City.
The New New World: Mark Zuckerberg Wants Facebook to Emulate WeChat. Can It?

The New New World: Mark Zuckerberg Wants Facebook to Emulate WeChat. Can It?

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, is facing questions on how a change toward private messaging would affect the social network’s business.
Stacey Abrams, Star Trek Nerd, Is Traveling at Warp Speed

Stacey Abrams, Star Trek Nerd, Is Traveling at Warp Speed

Stacey Abrams narrowly lost the race for governor of Georgia last November. Her official Democratic response to President Trump’s State of the Union address was an introduction to a national audience.
Tariff Man Has Become Deficit Man

Tariff Man Has Become Deficit Man

President Trump's policies have produced bigger budget deficits and trade deficits.
The Case for Reparations

The Case for Reparations

A detail from a display at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Ala.
U.S. Tracked Activists and Journalists as Migrant Caravans Headed to the Border

U.S. Tracked Activists and Journalists as Migrant Caravans Headed to the Border

A caravan of migrants in November en route to the United States, captured in a photo by Go Nakamura, a freelance photographer who was on the government list.
Books etc.: Behold, the Tiniest of Books

Books etc.: Behold, the Tiniest of Books

Selections from "A Matter of Size: Miniature Bindings and Texts from the Collection of Patricia J. Pistner."
What Kirsten Gillibrand Is Missing: New York Endorsements for 2020

What Kirsten Gillibrand Is Missing: New York Endorsements for 2020

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s missing support from home-state lawmakers is revealing of both her New York relationships and how she has constructed her national profile.
With Streaks of Gray Hair, Xi Jinping of China Breaks With Tradition

With Streaks of Gray Hair, Xi Jinping of China Breaks With Tradition

From left: former president Hu Jintao of China in 2010, President Xi Jinping in 2016 former president Jiang Zemin in 2001.
Kashmir, China, Joe Biden: Your Friday Briefing

Kashmir, China, Joe Biden: Your Friday Briefing

The Taliban in the Nangarhar province last summer.
Immigrants Created American Music. A New Festival Tells Their Stories.

Immigrants Created American Music. A New Festival Tells Their Stories.

Falu immigrated to the United States 20 years ago. She’ll perform at Global Mashups, a concert series at the Flushing Town Hall arts center, with Hazmat Modine.
A Lush Urban Garden or Senior Citizen Housing: Which Would You Choose?

A Lush Urban Garden or Senior Citizen Housing: Which Would You Choose?

A proposed affordable housing building that would be built on a park site between Prince and Spring Streets in Little Italy has sparked a neighborhood dispute.
Despite What Trump Says, Climate Change Threatens Our National Security

Despite What Trump Says, Climate Change Threatens Our National Security

An Afghan girl forced to move because of drought carrying water containers filled from a tanker truck at a camp for internally displaced people in Afghanistan.
Art Review: At the Armory Show, Solo Exhibitions and Colossal Displays

Art Review: At the Armory Show, Solo Exhibitions and Colossal Displays

Works by Naudline Pierre (paintings, from 2019) and Fay Ray (sculptures, from 2019), at Shulamit Nazarian Gallery at the Armory Show at Pier 94.
Exhibition Review: T. Rex Like You Haven’t Seen Him: With Feathers

Exhibition Review: T. Rex Like You Haven’t Seen Him: With Feathers

An installation view of “T. rex: The Ultimate Predator,” a new exhibition that will run through next summer, at the American Museum of Natural History.
Jerry Merryman, Co-Inventor of the Pocket Calculator, Dies at 86

Jerry Merryman, Co-Inventor of the Pocket Calculator, Dies at 86

Jerry Merryman, right, with a fellow co-inventor of the pocket calculator, Jack Kilby, at the American Computer Museum in Bozeman, Mont., in 1997. The third inventor was James Van Tassel. Mr. Kilby
Zuckerberg’s So-Called Shift Toward Privacy

Zuckerberg’s So-Called Shift Toward Privacy

Cardboard cutouts of Facebook's chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, were placed outside the Capitol by protesters when he testified there in April 2018.