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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.

Casting Their Votes by Voting Their Caste

In rural India, old class divisions still rule local politics. Will this spell trouble for Narendra Modi?
The Church and the Abortion Capital

The Church and the Abortion Capital

Gov. Andrew Cuomo with Cardinal Timothy Dolan at the Columbus Day Parade in 2013.

My Mother Was a Betting Woman

She taught me that a gamble ought not be reckless. The bigger the risk, the bigger your purpose needs to be.
Editorial Observer: Janet Napolitano on DACA’s Enduring Legacy

Editorial Observer: Janet Napolitano on DACA’s Enduring Legacy

Janet Napolitano, who was instrumental in creating the DACA program, is now defending it in court as the president of the University of California.
The Real Legacy of the 1970s

The Real Legacy of the 1970s

The 1978 New Year’s Eve party at Studio 54 included, clockwise from top right, Liza Minelli, Andy Warhol, Bianca Jagger and the fashion designer Halston.
Why Can’t Rich People Save Winter?

Why Can’t Rich People Save Winter?

Skiers had to thread their way through patches of dry ground at Squaw Valley Ski Resort, in Olympic Valley, Calif., in 2015.
On Washington: Chamber of Commerce Decides Bipartisanship Is Good Business

On Washington: Chamber of Commerce Decides Bipartisanship Is Good Business

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is taking steps intended to help government function better, which would in turn benefit its members.
Medicare for All Emerges as Early Policy Test for 2020 Democrats

Medicare for All Emerges as Early Policy Test for 2020 Democrats

Many Democratic candidates for president, like Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, don’t want to wrestle publicly with the details of “Medicare for all,” which would most likely entail raising
One Way to Make College Meaningful

One Way to Make College Meaningful

Wait Chapel on the Wake Forest University campus at Winston-Salem, N.C.
Virginia Governor, Ralph Northam, Defies Calls to Resign Over Racist Photo

Virginia Governor, Ralph Northam, Defies Calls to Resign Over Racist Photo

Demonstrators outside the Capitol in Richmond, Va. Most Virginia Democratic leaders said privately that Mr. Northam would have little choice but to quit because he had lost support from nearly all his
Russia Pulls Out of Nuclear Treaty in ‘Symmetrical’ Response to U.S. Move

Russia Pulls Out of Nuclear Treaty in ‘Symmetrical’ Response to U.S. Move

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia discussed new weapons systems in a televised meeting on Saturday with Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, left, and Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu.
Trump Sought a Loan During the 2016 Campaign. Deutsche Bank Said No.

Trump Sought a Loan During the 2016 Campaign. Deutsche Bank Said No.

Donald J. Trump at the Turnberry resort in June 2016, when he was the presumptive Republican nominee for president. A Trump entity lent at least $45 million to the resort that year.
A Mayor’s Effort to Play Down Henry Ford’s Anti-Semitism Backfires

A Mayor’s Effort to Play Down Henry Ford’s Anti-Semitism Backfires

Mayor John B. O’Reilly Jr. stopped distribution of a quarterly journal that included a story about Henry Ford’s history of anti-Semitism.
White House Memo: In the Pale of Winter, Trump’s Tan Remains a State Secret

White House Memo: In the Pale of Winter, Trump’s Tan Remains a State Secret

The official line from the White House is that President Trump’s glow is the result of “good genes.”