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What Is the Irish Backstop, and Why Is It Holding Up Brexit?

What Is the Irish Backstop, and Why Is It Holding Up Brexit?

An abandoned border control post at the entrance to Muff, in the Republic of Ireland.
How to Avoid Frostbite and Hypothermia in Extreme Cold Weather

How to Avoid Frostbite and Hypothermia in Extreme Cold Weather

Morning commuters on Adams Street in Chicago on Tuesday. Forecasters warned that the frigid weather will worsen, and could be life-threatening.
Charles J. Hynes, Brooklyn D.A. in a Tumultuous Era, Dies at 83

Charles J. Hynes, Brooklyn D.A. in a Tumultuous Era, Dies at 83

Charles J. Hynes campaigning to be the state attorney general near City Hall in New York in 1994.
Veterans Will Have More Access to Private Health Care Under New V.A. Rules

Veterans Will Have More Access to Private Health Care Under New V.A. Rules

A Veterans Affairs hospital in Denver. Veterans who can prove they must drive for at least 30 minutes to a V.A. facility will be allowed to seek primary care and mental health services outside the
The ‘Ethics’ of Trump’s Border Wall

The ‘Ethics’ of Trump’s Border Wall

A Honduran asylum seeker and her daughter on the Mexican side of the border near Brownsville, Tex., last year after being denied entry by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers.
A Murky Arms Deal Haunts Modi

A Murky Arms Deal Haunts Modi

Protesters calling for the resignation Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India in September over allegations of corruption in a deal for fighter planes.
Trump Calls Intelligence Officials ‘Naive’ After They Contradict Him

Trump Calls Intelligence Officials ‘Naive’ After They Contradict Him

While it is unusual for a president to pick a fight with his intelligence chiefs, this is not the first time for President Trump.
This Is Your Brain Off Facebook

This Is Your Brain Off Facebook

Subjects in a Stanford study had to be paid $100 on average to quit Facebook for a month. At the end, they were less politically polarized than people in a comparison group.
Could Howard Schultz Help Re-elect the President?

Could Howard Schultz Help Re-elect the President?

Howard Schultz, the former C.E.O. of Starbucks, said he had been a lifelong Democrat. But he may wind up taking votes from Democrats.
Critic’s Notebook: Our Never-Ending ‘Scam Season’

Critic’s Notebook: Our Never-Ending ‘Scam Season’

Billy McFarland, the impresario who dreamed up the doomed Bahamas-based Fyre music festival, was convicted of fraud.
Critic’s Notebook: For Innovation at the Grammys, Look at the Best Music Video Category

Critic’s Notebook: For Innovation at the Grammys, Look at the Best Music Video Category

Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” was one of the most discussed music videos of 2018. Now it’s a contender for best video at the Grammys, alongside four other boundary-pushing clips.
A Merciless Cold Lingers in the Midwest

A Merciless Cold Lingers in the Midwest

The skyways in Minneapolis allowed people to move around without having to step outside into the bitter cold.

Freezing Cold Settles In Over the Midwest, Bringing Life to a Standstill

A deep, brutal cold set in across the Midwest on Wednesday, sending temperatures plummeting to stunning depths. With the wind chill, it felt like minus 51 in Minneapolis.
Trump Calls His Intelligence People ‘Naive’

Trump Calls His Intelligence People ‘Naive’

President Trump at the Pentagon earlier this month. His intelligence chiefs contradicted his own assessments of the threats posed by North Korea and the Islamic State during a report to Congress.
Trilobites: Searching for the Genetic Underpinnings of Morning Persons and Night Owls

Trilobites: Searching for the Genetic Underpinnings of Morning Persons and Night Owls

A guard at a museum in Gdansk, Poland, is, like all of us, a slave to his chronotype.
California Today: The Teachers’ Strike May Be Over, but Fights Are Simmering

California Today: The Teachers’ Strike May Be Over, but Fights Are Simmering

Students at Equitas Academy, a Los Angeles charter school. Democratic support for charters has waned as the party has shifted further to the left.