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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.”

Ask Real Estate: Does My Apartment Have to Be So Hot in the Winter?

A New York City apartment can feel downright tropical when it’s cold outside. But there are ways to cool it down.
An Urgent Call for Compromise in Venezuela

An Urgent Call for Compromise in Venezuela

The opposition leader Juan Guaidó, president of Venezuela's National Assembly, addressing the news media on Tuesday after a session of the legislative body.
Events Are the New Magazines

Events Are the New Magazines

Nicole Vecchiarelli and Andrea Oliveri with the actress Melanie Liburd during a recent event for Town & Country at the Standard hotel.

A Deadly River of Mud: Video of Brazil Dam Collapse Emerges

Footage released a week after the tragedy showed how the dam released 2.5 billion gallons of brown sludge that buried people, cars and buildings in seconds.
The Queen of Change

The Queen of Change

Julia Cameron, making change at 70.
Taliban to Meet Afghan Politicians (but Not Ghani) in Moscow

Taliban to Meet Afghan Politicians (but Not Ghani) in Moscow

Former President Hamid Karzai will attend upcoming talks in Moscow with the Taliban and other Afghan politicians, his office said.
Woman Killed by Fire in Menstruation Hut, as Nepal Fights a Tradition

Woman Killed by Fire in Menstruation Hut, as Nepal Fights a Tradition

A chhaupadi hut in the village of Pali, western Nepal. Women who observe the taboo are banished to mud or stone huts, some of them no bigger than closets.
Venezuelans Opposed to Maduro Pour Into Streets for Day of Protests

Venezuelans Opposed to Maduro Pour Into Streets for Day of Protests

Thousands of opposition activists demonstrating in the streets of Caracas, Venezuela, on Saturday.
For N.F.L. Retirees, Opioids Bring More Pain

For N.F.L. Retirees, Opioids Bring More Pain

Randy Grimes sought help when all the trappings of his N.F.L. life were gone, and now works at a rehabilitation center in Delray Beach, Fla.
Hershey Says ‘Manufacturing Process’ Is to Blame for Missing Tips on Kisses

Hershey Says ‘Manufacturing Process’ Is to Blame for Missing Tips on Kisses

Hershey says it has discovered why Kisses had been missing their tips. The problem is expected to be solved in a few months.
As West Bank Violence Surges, Israel Is Silent on Attacks by Jews

As West Bank Violence Surges, Israel Is Silent on Attacks by Jews

The funeral last Sunday for Hamdy Naasan, who was killed in a melee involving Jewish settlers. The Israeli government has been reluctant to address a rise in attacks by settlers.
He Committed Murder. Then He Graduated From an Elite Law School. Would You Hire Him as Your Attorney?

He Committed Murder. Then He Graduated From an Elite Law School. Would You Hire Him as Your Attorney?

Bruce Reilly, deputy director of VOTE, a New Orleans organization that advocates for the formerly incarcerated, was paroled in 2005 after serving time for a 1992 murder.

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