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White House Wants Pentagon to Offer More Options on North Korea

After General McMaster left the room, Mr. Mattis and Mr. Tillerson continued to speak, not realizing that other participants were still on the line. The...

6,900 Syrians Win Permission to Stay in the U.S., for Now

Though he was relieved to hear of the final decision, “it’s been very stressful the last few months, especially seeing other countries, that they were...

In a Comically Drawn Pennsylvania District, the Voters Are Not Amused

Residents of the Seventh tell tales of confusion among next-door neighbors who have different House representatives. Rather than keep communities intact...

Is MoviePass Here to Stay?

When MoviePass—the subscription-based company that allows its customers to see a film a day—announced it was dropping its monthly fee to $10, the biggest...

Black Panther Is More Than a Superhero Movie

Note: Although this review avoids plot spoilers, it does discuss the thematic elements of the film at some length. After an animated introduction to the...

Iran Grants Baquer Namazi, 81, Four-Day Release From Evin Prison

The men have been confined in different wards of Evin Prison, a notorious penitentiary in Tehran, the capital, and the father has suffered worsening...

The Names of the Florida School Shooting Victims

It is with Great sadness that our Football Family has learned about the death of Aaron Feis. He was our Assistant Football Coach and security guard. He...

Before the Florida Shooting, the Suspect Told a Student ‘Things Are About to Get Messy’

Photo A memorial near Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., for the victims of a school shooting on Friday. Credit Rhona Wise/Agence...

California Today: California Today: Readers Respond to Our Los Angeles Coverage

Photo Central Los Angeles. Credit Melissa Lyttle for The New York Times Good morning. Today’s introduction comes from Adam Nagourney, the Los Angeles...

A Paper Tears Apart in a City That Never Quite Came Together

For all its successes, Los Angeles has not developed the political, cultural and philanthropic institutions that have proved critical in other American...
How Bollywood’s Sridevi Should Be Remembered

How Bollywood’s Sridevi Should Be Remembered

When Sridevi rose to prominence in the Hindi film industry, Bollywood, in the 1980s, it was at its tawdriest. The auteurs had left the building and a new, intensely commercial Hindi cinema had taken root. Appealing to the lowest common denominator became the industry...

Where the Gun-Control Movement Goes Silent

Where the Gun-Control Movement Goes Silent

In 1991, the conservative former chief justice, Warren Burger, launched a broadside against the document that for 30 years on the Supreme Court, it was his job to interpret. “If I were writing the Bill of Rights now,” he said in an interview on the MacNeil/Lehrer...

How Tax Cuts Could Decide the Midterms

How Tax Cuts Could Decide the Midterms

The biggest threat to Democrats in the 2018 election may be the risk of repeating their biggest mistake in the 2016 election. That mistake was Hillary Clinton’s decision to focus almost all of her effort on convincing voters that Donald Trump did not share their...

Hope Hicks, Gun Control, Spotify: Your Thursday Briefing

Hope Hicks, Gun Control, Spotify: Your Thursday Briefing

He also suggested that guns could be seized from mentally ill people or others who presented a danger. “Take the guns first, go through due process second,” he said. We fact-checked some of his comments. • It was unclear what effect Mr. Trump’s statements might yield....

Whatever Happened to Trump’s Counterterrorism Strategy?

Whatever Happened to Trump’s Counterterrorism Strategy?

Last May, reports surfaced that the Trump administration had drafted a new counterterrorism strategy that would be released to the public. Although the strategy’s publication was expected this winter, it is now unclear whether the document will ever be made public...

5 Places: Five Places to Go in Nashville

5 Places: Five Places to Go in Nashville

Advertisement There’s a spark of energy that shows no sign of slowing down in Nashville’s Wedgewood- Houston neighborhood. Situated a few blocks south of the city’s downtown, the area was long a run-down part of town with warehouses, factories and garages. Today,...

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