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The Empire State Building May Soon Have Another Rival on the Skyline

The developer Harry Macklowe is planning a 1,551-foot-tall tower overlooking St. Patrick’s Cathedral that would join a forest of buildings that have changed New York.
The Sexts of Jeff Bezos and the Death of Privacy

The Sexts of Jeff Bezos and the Death of Privacy

Jeff Bezos in 2014. His private messages should not have turned into tweets for the entire world to see, writes Kara Swisher.

Jason Van Dyke Sentenced to Nearly 7 Years for Murdering Laquan McDonald

Mr. Van Dyke was the first Chicago police officer in decades convicted of murder for an on-duty shooting. He shot Laquan 16 times in 2014.
His Art, Their Ideas: Did Robert Indiana Lose Control of His Work?

His Art, Their Ideas: Did Robert Indiana Lose Control of His Work?

One of the last pieces of art credited to Robert Indiana was a sculpture spelling out the word BRAT, a tribute to bratwurst, commissioned by the owners of Johnsonville Sausage.
4,141 Latvians Were Just Outed as K.G.B. Informants

4,141 Latvians Were Just Outed as K.G.B. Informants

The former K.G.B. headquarters, known as the Corner House, in central Riga, Latvia.
Brace for the Polar Vortex; It May Be Visiting More Often

Brace for the Polar Vortex; It May Be Visiting More Often

Syracuse on Sunday. “Winter is shortening, but you’re getting these more intensive periods in that shorter winter,” a researcher said.
Germans Send Love Letter on Brexit: Britain, Please Don’t Go

Germans Send Love Letter on Brexit: Britain, Please Don’t Go

A vendor promoting British food products on Friday at a trade fair in Berlin. After two modern world wars, Germany and Britain have a complicated relationship.

News Anchor Apologizes for Using a Racial Slur for Martin Luther King Jr.’s Surname

It was the second time this month that an American newscaster has uttered the epithet on the air.
D.N.C. Says It Was Targeted Again by Russian Hackers After ’18 Election

D.N.C. Says It Was Targeted Again by Russian Hackers After ’18 Election

The Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington. The committee said in new court filings that it was targeted in an attempted hacking by a Russian group after the midterm elections.
AT&T to Advertise on YouTube Again After a Nearly 2-Year Holdout

AT&T to Advertise on YouTube Again After a Nearly 2-Year Holdout

AT&T pulled its advertising from YouTube in 2017 because it was appearing near offensive content too often.
British Officials Worried About Angering Trump Over ISIS Captives

British Officials Worried About Angering Trump Over ISIS Captives

Alexanda Kotey, left, and El Shafee Elsheikh were captured by an American-backed Kurdish militia in Syria a year ago.
After a Crash, Prince Philip, 97, Stokes Debate on Older Drivers

After a Crash, Prince Philip, 97, Stokes Debate on Older Drivers

The Obamas and Queen Elizabeth II arriving at the Sovereign’s Entrance in the Quadrangle of Windsor Castle driven by Prince Philip, in 2016.
It Was a Sanctuary for Immigrants in the Bronx. Then One of Its Owners Was Arrested.

It Was a Sanctuary for Immigrants in the Bronx. Then One of Its Owners Was Arrested.

Yajaira Saavedra, holding her niece, Lila, and her family own La Morada restaurant in the South Bronx. Ms. Saavedra said that when she was detained by the police, “I was just thinking that this could
‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Is Back, and Stephanie Beatriz Is Making the Most of It

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Is Back, and Stephanie Beatriz Is Making the Most of It

Stephanie Beatriz has seen elements from her own life inform her character on the resurrected “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” which just started its sixth season.
Democrats Are United on Teacher Strikes. But They’re in a ‘Gladiator Fight’ Over Education.

Democrats Are United on Teacher Strikes. But They’re in a ‘Gladiator Fight’ Over Education.

Arielle Miller Cohen outside Virgil Middle School in Los Angeles. Public school teachers in the district have been on strike since Monday.
Trump and Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Summit Meeting Next Month

Trump and Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Summit Meeting Next Month

The location and the date of the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, will be announced later, the White House said.
Your Sweat Will See You Now

Your Sweat Will See You Now

A soft, wearable patch measures the chemical contents of sweat on the skin. It could be used to screen for cystic fibrosis, and give athletes real-time performance data.
Trump, Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Meeting Next Month

Trump, Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Meeting Next Month

President Trump plans to meet Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, next month.