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Trump Signs Executive Order Protecting Free Speech on College Campuses

Trump Signs Executive Order Protecting Free Speech on College Campuses

President Trump’s executive order links some higher education funding to the protection of “free inquiry” on college campuses.
6 Days Later, New Zealand Plans New Gun Laws. Here’s How Other Countries Reacted to Shootings.

6 Days Later, New Zealand Plans New Gun Laws. Here’s How Other Countries Reacted to Shootings.

Family and community members gathered in Port Arthur in Australia to remember the victims of a massacre during its 20th anniversary in 2016.
Luc Tuymans, Painting’s Savior, Tries Something New

Luc Tuymans, Painting’s Savior, Tries Something New

“Schwarzheide,” a marble mosaic by Luc Tuyman, at the Palazzo Grassi in Venice. A major retrospective of the artist’s work is running there through Jan. 6, 2020.
Takeaways From The Times’s Investigation Into Hackers for Hire

Takeaways From The Times’s Investigation Into Hackers for Hire

DarkMatter, an Emirati company, has hired Americans who honed their hacking skills at the National Security Agency.
New Zealand Has an N.R.A., Too. It’s Thinking About Changing Its Name.

New Zealand Has an N.R.A., Too. It’s Thinking About Changing Its Name.

A truck mounted with an advertisement for New Zealand’s largest gun seller.
Getting Rid of the Electoral College Isn’t Just About Trump

Getting Rid of the Electoral College Isn’t Just About Trump

Donald Trump campaigning for president in Wisconsin in 2016.
New Zealand, Brexit, Lion Air: Your Friday Briefing

New Zealand, Brexit, Lion Air: Your Friday Briefing

Mourners at the Botanic Gardens in Christchurch, New Zealand.

CRITIC’S pICK: A Lighter Matthew Barney Goes Back to School, and Back Home

The artist dances with wolves, and hunters, in his new film “Redoubt,” shot in his native Idaho. It’s the most emancipated work of his career.
Trudeau Tries to Sell New Plan for Canada, Hoping to Leave Crisis Behind

Trudeau Tries to Sell New Plan for Canada, Hoping to Leave Crisis Behind

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada on Wednesday at the House of Commons in Ottawa.
Trilobites: DNA Clues to an Ancient Canary Islands Voyage

Trilobites: DNA Clues to an Ancient Canary Islands Voyage

Samples being collected from mummified remains at El Museo Canario in the Canary Islands.
Reconsiderations: From Dresden on the 50th Anniversary of ‘Slaughterhouse-Five’

Reconsiderations: From Dresden on the 50th Anniversary of ‘Slaughterhouse-Five’

In February 1945, Vonnegut confronted a blackened, smoldering hellscape where Dresden had stood.
Trump Wants Robert Kraft at White House Super Bowl Celebration Despite Charges

Trump Wants Robert Kraft at White House Super Bowl Celebration Despite Charges

The charges against the New England Patriots owner, Robert K. Kraft, came after the police used video surveillance to observe activity inside several day spas and massage parlors.
letters: Why Trump Keeps Attacking John McCain

letters: Why Trump Keeps Attacking John McCain

President Trump at a tank factory in Lima, Ohio, on Wednesday.
In Golan Heights, Trump Bolsters Israel’s Netanyahu but Risks Roiling Middle East

In Golan Heights, Trump Bolsters Israel’s Netanyahu but Risks Roiling Middle East

Israeli soldiers looking toward Syria from an observation point in the Golan Heights last year. Israel seized the Golan Heights from Syria in 1967.
A New Age of Warfare: How Internet Mercenaries Do Battle for Authoritarian Governments

A New Age of Warfare: How Internet Mercenaries Do Battle for Authoritarian Governments

NSO, a private company based in Herzliya, Israel, has hired former government hackers to ply their trades for foreign governments and wealthy private clients.

Living Things, With No Bone or Tissue, Pose a Quandary for Museums

A British museum has returned locks of an emperor’s hair to Ethiopia. But dealing with culturally sensitive objects is not always so simple.