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January 21, 2018

Trump, Syria, Women’s March: Your Weekend Briefing
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.... More >>

Asia and Australia Edition: North Korea, Syria, Women’s Marches: Your Monday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.... More >>

Shutdown Day 2: Congress Seems Far Apart on a Resolution
Lawmakers remained mired in partisan disputes as Senator Mitch McConnell said he would move ahead with a vote on a temporary spending bill by 1 a.m. Monday.... More >>

After Vowing to Fix Washington, Trump Is Mired in a Familiar Crisis
Immigration policy, the issue that propelled President Trump’s political rise, snarled negotiations to avert a government shutdown.... More >>

Open, Closed or Something in Between: What a Shutdown Looks Like
The vast machinery of the federal government began grinding to a halt, but much of the bureaucracy will stay in motion for a while.... More >>

1 Son, 4 Overdoses, 6 Hours
Drug deaths draw the most notice, but more addicted people live than die. For them and their families, life can be a relentless cycle of worry, hope and chaos.... More >>

How a ‘Perfect Storm’ in New Hampshire Has Fueled an Opioid Crisis
New Hampshire is relatively prosperous, with low crime and unemployment. But the state is short on treatment centers, and drugs are readily available in nearby Massachusetts.... More >>

Voices From the Women’s March
On the first anniversary of the Women’s March, thousands gathered in major metropolitan areas and small towns around the globe. From Cheyenne, Wyo., to Pikeville, Ky., to Washington to Rome, people marched for women’s rights on Saturday. Eight photographers went to rallies for The New York Times an... More >>

Siege at Kabul Hotel Caps a Violent 24 Hours in Afghanistan
The Taliban attack at the Intercontinental Hotel left at least 18 dead, but the toll from assaults across four provinces of the country surpassed 50.... More >>

Pence and Jordan’s King ‘Agree to Disagree’ on Jerusalem
Vice President Mike Pence met King Abdullah II amid rising tension between their two countries over President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.... More >>

The Interpreter: Trump’s Hard-Line Israel Position Exports U.S. Culture War Abroad
Picking sides in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has long been taboo in American policy. Domestic politics best explain the president’s break with this practice.... More >>

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
The creator of the media men spreadsheet speaks; Amazon unveils its second-headquarters shortlist; and we said goodbye this week to Mathilde Krim, a mobilizing force in an AIDS crusade.... More >>

Op-Ed Columnist: Hillary Lost, but the Future Is Hers
Women will follow Clinton’s lead right into the White House.... More >>

Opinion: The Political Mythbuster in Chief
In shattering comforting fictions about how things work in America, he’s made us face our country’s lack of decency and shame. Finally.... More >>

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: What I’ve Learned from My 4-Year-Old
Raising my son is making me want to be a better person.... More >>

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump So Far Is More Farce Than Tragedy
Our president is an authoritarian in his Twitter feed and nowhere else.... More >>

Op-Ed Columnist: Swallowed by the Sea
You doubt climate change? Come to this island — but hurry, before it disappears.... More >>

Op-Ed Contributor: The Shutdown Shows the Twisted Rules of a Broken Congress
The budget process is not really about budgeting anymore. It’s about partisan warfare.... More >>

Gray Matter: Is Trump Warping Our Sense of Time?
The past year has been an emotional roller coaster. Did it feel long, or did the time fly by? It depends.... More >>

Opinion: Islam Teaches Us That Life Is a Test. So Is This President.
What life has been like as an imam during Donald Trump’s first year in office.... More >>

Opinion: A Trump-Size Hole in Our Relationship
I’ve had a year of deep disagreement very close to home.... More >>

Congressman Combating Harassment Settled His Own Misconduct Case
Representative Patrick Meehan, a Republican member of the House Ethics Committee, used taxpayer money to pay a former aide who had seen him as a father figure before he made unwanted advances.... More >>

How Corruption and Cronyism in Banking Fueled Iran’s Protests
Thousands lost their savings in the collapse of shady banks, part of a broader economic system plagued by insider dealing, mismanagement and inefficiency.... More >>

On Paris’s Icy Streets, Migrants Wait for Word on Refuge
Even with accelerated asylum processing, France cannot keep up with the constant stream of new arrivals, leaving hundreds of migrants to sleep rough.... More >>

Michigan State Trustee Asks President to Resign Over Nassar Scandal
Breaking ranks with the board, the trustee said new leadership would “allow the healing process to begin” after a former university doctor pleaded guilty to sex abuse.... More >>

A Death in Kosovo Stokes Fears and Threatens Peace
President Aleksander Vucic of Serbia made a hastily arranged visit to Kosovo to ease the fears of ethnic Serbs — fears that critics say he has stoked.... More >>

Now on Stage, Stormy Daniels: A Strip Club and a Presidency Meet After Dark
The music came on. The clothes came off. And an airport strip club claimed its piece of the American presidency.... More >>

Trying to Defend President Trump’s Derision, Diplomatically
In embassies around the world, some of America’s diplomats are being dressed down by their host nations. Others are considering leaving their posts.... More >>

A.F.C. Championship 2018: Patriots vs. Jaguars Live Updates
The defending Super Bowl champions are heavy favorites at home, but the Jaguars’ defense could give Tom Brady trouble. Stay here for live updates and analysis.... More >>

Side Street: The Slow-Motion Unraveling of an Immigrant Family
Juan Villacis hoped his family would get political asylum in the United States after fleeing threats of violence in Colombia. Instead, they are being deported, starting with him.... More >>

Inside Amazon Go, a Store of the Future
The technology inside Amazon’s new convenience store, opening Monday in downtown Seattle, enables a shopping experience like no other — including no checkout lines.... More >>

The Look: Where the Real Los Angeles Meets the Dream
On Sunset Boulevard, two Californias — the lived place and the one seen on screen — run parallel for 22 snaking miles.... More >>

As Brexit Looms, London’s Art Dealers Cater to Divided Tastes
“Modern British” is the main draw at the 30th edition of the London Art Fair. But a few blue-chip names aside, “Mod Brit” remains a local draw.... More >>

Reader’s Notebook: Total Recall: A Reader’s Guide to Memory Gain
There are a host of recent books on battling forgetfulness. Just in time for the new year — and a fresh start — our writer spent a month testing out some of their solutions.... More >>

How Does Your Landlord Calculate Your Rent?
Big institutional landlords probably use algorithms, but small landlords who know their tenants well sometimes have a hard time raising the rent.... More >>

Editors’ Choice: 10 New Books We Recommend This Week
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.... More >>

Vows: For Love of Country, and Each Other
Captains Daniel Hall and Vincent Franchino, both active-duty Apache helicopter pilots, are married at West Point.... More >>

After a Wild Week for Trump, ‘S.N.L.’ Asks, ‘What Even Matters Anymore?’
“Saturday Night Live” featured a particularly topical game show hosted by Jessica Chastain and plenty of coverage of the saga of Stormy Daniels.... More >>

The Getaway: New Country Rankings Aim to Help Travelers Choose Safe Destinations
The State Department has classified every country from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe on a scale of 1 to 4. What does that mean for you? A primer.... More >>

A Good Appetite: A Cake to Keep Your Sweet Tooth in Shape
Roasted bananas and toasted coconut add sweetness and crunch to this decadent layer cake.... More >>

Living With Cancer: Sex After Cancer
It can be difficult to experience desire if you fear your body or if you cannot recognize it as your own.... More >>

The New Old Age: One Day Your Mind May Fade. At Least You’ll Have a Plan.
A doctor has developed an advance directive specifically to plan for medical care in the event of dementia.... More >>

Mind: Given Medicine, the Patients Got Better. They Remained in Shackles Anyway.
In West Africa, people with psychoses are often chained at prayer camps. Giving them psychiatric drugs lessened their symptoms, but did not shorten their captivity.... More >>

Wheels: When Detroit Muscle Powered a Breakthrough in Heart Surgery
In 1952, a team of doctors from Harper Hospital and employees from General Motors engineered a mechanical pump that helped pave the way for modern open-heart surgery.... More >>

Feature: Beyond the Bitcoin Bubble
Yes, it’s driven by greed — but the mania for cryptocurrency could wind up building something much more important than wealth.... More >>

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Aziz, We Tried to Warn You
It may seem like rules around sex have changed overnight, but feminists have been talking about this for a long time.... More >>

The Parasite on the Playground
Roundworm eggs, shed by stray dogs, can be ingested by children playing outside. The worm’s larvae have been found in the brain, experts say, perhaps impairing development.... More >>

The New Health Care: Still Not Convinced You Need a Flu Shot? First, It’s Not All About You
Adults also need to get vaccinated to provide herd immunity for others, especially babies and older people.... More >>


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