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The North Magnetic Pole’s Mysterious Journey Across the Arctic

The North Magnetic Pole’s Mysterious Journey Across the Arctic

Aurora borealis over Canada, as seen from the International Space Station in 2017. The spectacular display is caused by charged particles from the sun interacting with Earth's magnetic field.
China’s Film Industry Finally Joins the Space Race

China’s Film Industry Finally Joins the Space Race

Wu Jing in a scene from “The Wandering Earth.” The actor contributed money to the budget.
Who Supports Which Leader in Venezuela? Why Does This Matter?

Who Supports Which Leader in Venezuela? Why Does This Matter?

Left, the opposition leader Juan Guaidó swearing himself in last month, a few weeks after President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela, right, was sworn in for the presidency in Caracas.
Rights Groups Seek U.N. Inquiry Into China’s Mass Detention of Muslims

Rights Groups Seek U.N. Inquiry Into China’s Mass Detention of Muslims

A Uighur resident of Kasghar, in China’s Xinjiang region, in 2017. China is believed to have swept around a million people, mostly ethnic Uighur Muslims, into indefinite detention.
Amazon Deal Meets New Resistance as Cuomo and N.Y. Senate Clash

Amazon Deal Meets New Resistance as Cuomo and N.Y. Senate Clash

The State Senate chose Senator Michael Gianaris of Queens to represent them on a state board that will likely have to approve the development plan for Amazon.
John O. Marsh Jr., Ex-Army Chief and Presidents’ Adviser, Dies at 92

John O. Marsh Jr., Ex-Army Chief and Presidents’ Adviser, Dies at 92

John O. Marsh in 2007. He liked to call himself a plain country lawyer, but to many who knew him as an assistant defense secretary under Richard M. Nixon, Gerald R. Ford’s counsel with cabinet rank
Economic View: An A- for the U.S. Economy, but Failing Grades for Trump’s Policies

Economic View: An A- for the U.S. Economy, but Failing Grades for Trump’s Policies

President Trump delivering the State of the Union last year. As he prepares to give this year’s address, economists are taking issue with his policies even though the United States economy is in good
Sara Bareilles Sang ‘She Used to Be Mine.’ Now Fans Are Making It Theirs.

Sara Bareilles Sang ‘She Used to Be Mine.’ Now Fans Are Making It Theirs.

Sara Bareilles singing “She Used to Be Mine” during a performance of “Waitress.”
Albany’s Blue Wave Wastes No Time Changing Laws. What’s Next?

Albany’s Blue Wave Wastes No Time Changing Laws. What’s Next?

Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, second from right, joined Assemblywoman Rodneyse Bichotte, left; the Assembly speaker, Carl Heastie, second from left; Assemblywoman Deborah J. Glick,
Northam Scandal Opens Rift Between Top Democrats in Virginia

Northam Scandal Opens Rift Between Top Democrats in Virginia

Gov. Ralph Northam and his wife, Pam, at the governor’s mansion in Richmond, Va., on Saturday.
Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of Virginia Denounces Sexual Assault Allegation as a ‘Smear’

Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of Virginia Denounces Sexual Assault Allegation as a ‘Smear’

Aides to Fairfax, a Democrat who has drawn national attention as Gov. Ralph Northam considers resigning over past racist behavior, said the allegation was false and unsubstantiated.
They Have Worked on Conflicts Overseas. Now These Americans See ‘Red Flags’ at Home.

They Have Worked on Conflicts Overseas. Now These Americans See ‘Red Flags’ at Home.

Paula Green, who has spent much of her life working on conflicts abroad, is now among a growing group of conflict resolution experts who are turning their focus to the United States.
Blackface Is the Tip of the Iceberg

Blackface Is the Tip of the Iceberg

Al Jolson in blackface in Vanity Fair, circa 1925.
Critic’s Notebook: Sundance Documentaries Expose Truths, Both Glorious and Bitter

Critic’s Notebook: Sundance Documentaries Expose Truths, Both Glorious and Bitter

Benedetta Barzini, a former Italian supermodel, in a scene from “The Disappearance of My Mother,” a documentary directed by her son Beniamino Barrese.
Schools in England Introduce a New Subject: Mindfulness

Schools in England Introduce a New Subject: Mindfulness

Mindfulness exercises are already taught in many schools worldwide, including this one in New York. Schools in England are joining a study to determine which techniques work best.

Pope Francis Breaks Some Taboos on Visit to Persian Gulf

The remarks, delivered in the United Arab Emirates, were exceptionally candid for a pontiff who usually does not criticize the country that hosts him.
Demand for Long-Acting Birth Control Rose After Trump’s Election Amid Insurance Concerns, Study Shows

Demand for Long-Acting Birth Control Rose After Trump’s Election Amid Insurance Concerns, Study Shows

Andrea Boyle, a family nurse practitioner, practices inserting an IUD in an artificial uterus. New research shows the demand for long-acting reversible contraceptives increased after the 2016
Cleaner Classrooms and Rising Scores: With Tighter Oversight, Head Start Shows Gains

Cleaner Classrooms and Rising Scores: With Tighter Oversight, Head Start Shows Gains

LaTanya Wynn-Hall, director of the Jacksonville program, was named the 2018 administrator of the year by the state Head Start association.