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  1. Bolton Book Puts New Focus on Trump’s Actions in Turkey and China Cases U.S., Yesterday

    Interventions in Justice Department proceedings draw scrutiny after the former national security adviser raised concerns about the president’s embrace of authoritarian leaders.

  2. Bolton Book Puts New Focus on Trump’s Actions in Turkey and China Cases U.S., Yesterday

    Interventions in Justice Department proceedings draw scrutiny after the former national security adviser raised concerns about the president’s embrace of authoritarian leaders.

  3. Johnson Risks a Rift with Trump by Granting New Access to Huawei World, Yesterday

    Despite the Trump administration’s effort to persuade Britain to bar the Chinese technology giant from its new broadband network, Boris Johnson decided to grant Huawei limited access.

  4. Chains, Shackles and Threats: Testimony on Torture Takes a Dramatic Turn U.S., Yesterday

    In a hearing at Guantánamo Bay, an architect of the C.I.A. interrogation program said he told the accused mastermind of the 9/11 attacks: “I will cut your son’s throat.”

  5. Renault Chooses Volkswagen Executive as New C.E.O. Business, Yesterday

    Luca de Meo, a marketing specialist, will need to repair the French carmaker’s troubled alliance with Nissan.

  6. Ex-King of Belgium Acknowledges a Long-Dismissed Daughter World, Yesterday

    After a court-ordered DNA test, the 85-year-old King Albert II, who abdicated in 2013, conceded that he was the biological father of the artist Delphine Boël, 51.

  7. Britain Defies Trump Plea to Ban Huawei From 5G Network Technology, Yesterday

    The move shows how an American effort against the Chinese wireless equipment company has stumbled.

  8. How Did Josef Mengele Become the Evil Doctor of Auschwitz? Books, Yesterday

    In a new biography, David G. Marwell tells the whole story of the notorious Nazi, down to the discovery of his bones.

  9. Asylum Seekers Find a New Route to Europe, Flowing Into a Divided Cyprus World, Yesterday

    The tiny island now hosts the most refugees per capita in the European Union.

  10. Delta Fined $50,000 for Discriminating Against Muslim Passengers U.S., January 27

    The Transportation Department also ordered the airline to make flight crews and customer service representatives attend civil rights training.

  11. Delta Fined for Discriminating Against Muslim Passengers Business, January 27

    The Transportation Department also ordered the airline to make flight crews and customer service representatives attend civil rights training.

  12. Take a Deep Dive Into Spanish Cuisine Food, January 27

    “Delicioso,” a scholarly history, looks at Spanish food from prehistory to Ferran Adrià.

  13. Bolton Was Concerned That Trump Did Favors for Autocratic Leaders, Book Says U.S., January 27

    The former national security adviser shared his unease with the attorney general, who cited his own worries about the president’s conversations with the leaders of Turkey and China.

  14. Michou, Whose Drag Cabaret Was the Toast of Paris, Dies at 88 Style, January 27

    Since 1956, his jewel box of a club in storied Montmartre has drawn a host of luminaries, turning the proprietor himself into one.

  15. Up Close, There’s More to the Ghent Altarpiece Than the Lamb Arts, January 27

    After causing a stir on social media, the unveiling of a restored panel kicks off a year celebrating the late-medieval master Jan van Eyck.

  16. At Auschwitz, Survivors Plead ‘Never Forget’ World, January 27

    Organizers sought to put a spotlight on the stories of survivors, as this may be the last time that such a large number will be able to gather in one place.

  17. France to Stop Using TNT-Loaded Tear Gas Grenades World, January 27

    The government has started to acknowledge concerns about the force that the police use against protesters. But critics say doing away with the grenades is little more than a gesture.

  18. Seamus Mallon, Advocate for Peace in Northern Ireland, Dies at 83 World, January 27

    Mr. Mallon spent his life campaigning for an end to killings and abuses by all sides in the conflict known as the Troubles.

  19. The Survivor of Auschwitz Who Painted a Forgotten Genocide Arts, January 27

    Philosophers said the Holocaust defied representation, that art could not render its horrors. But Ceija Stojka made more than 1,000 incredible images of her ordeal, and the effort to exterminate the Roma.

  20. Cease-Fire in Libya Collapses Despite International Efforts World, January 27

    Fighting has started anew and foreign shipments of arms have resumed, blasting apart attempts by world leaders to broker a truce.

  21. Weinstein Trial: ‘I’m Being Raped,’ Recalls ‘Project Runway’ Assistant New York, January 27

    Miriam Haley testified that Harvey Weinstein assaulted her, but defense lawyers said that emails showed an amicable relationship.

  22. How Much Do You Know About Turkey? Interactive, January 27

    Can you find Turkey on a map? What else do you know about this Middle Eastern nation with about 84 million people?

  23. A Knight in Gucci Armor Helps Charge a Geothermal Dragon World, January 27

    A company wants to build a geothermal plant in Umbria. Locals — and celebrities who live there — don’t want it.

  24. Before the Liberation of Auschwitz, a March of Misery World, January 27

    On the roads where thousands of prisoners from Auschwitz were forced to march before the camp was liberated, there are few memorials. Mostly graves.

  25. Will the Largest Quarantine in History Just Make Things Worse? Opinion, January 27

    The dirty history behind isolating the sick.

  26. Italy Election Deals Blow to Nationalist Leader Salvini World, January 26

    Regional voting thwarted an effort by Matteo Salvini to set off the government’s collapse and return to power as head of the anti-migrant League party.

  27. Site That Ran Anti-Semitic Remarks Got Passes for Trump Trip Business, January 26

    The White House granted TruNews, a right-wing Christian site, press credentials for the president’s Davos trip after its founder’s remarks calling impeachment a “Jew coup.”

  28. These Are the 6 Women Who Are Testifying Against Harvey Weinstein New York, January 26

    Mr. Weinstein is charged with sexually assaulting two women, but four others will also testify about their encounters with him.

  29. Harry and Meghan’s Big Funding Source Is Private. Sort of. World, January 26

    Prince Charles’s pledge to help support the couple as they forgo public funding has put a spotlight on his own sources of wealth, including a billion-pound real estate conglomerate.

  30. France Judges Dead Jihadists but Refuses to Repatriate the Living World, January 26

    With public opinion firmly against allowing the return of those who left to fight in Syria and Iraq, the French justice system finds itself facing the strange concept of the “ghost trial.”

  31. 75 Years After Auschwitz Liberation, Worry That ‘Never Again’ Is Not Assured World, January 25

    Amid a surge of anti-Semitism and a rise in dehumanizing political rhetoric, there is fear that the horrific lessons of the death camp are being lost.

  32. Carles Puigdemont, hazte a un lado en Español, January 25

    Desde los extremos o el romanticismo, el expresidente de la Generalitat de Cataluña ha entorpecido las vías para resolver la cuestión catalana. Un diálogo pragmático no tendría que incluirlo.

  33. Pence’s Trip Lets Him Change the Topic, but Impeachment Intrudes World, January 24

    The vice president’s trip to Israel and Italy gave him ample opportunities to counterprogram the news back home. But impeachment is a hard topic to outrun.

  34. Europe’s Migration Crisis Has Ebbed. Croatia Wants to Keep It That Way. World, January 24

    The Bosnian-Croatian border is one of the last gateways to northern Europe. The Croatian police are trying to seal it, often in brutal fashion.

  35. Europe’s Migration Crisis Has Ebbed. Croatia Wants to Keep It That Way. World, January 24

    The Bosnian-Croatian border is one of the last gateways to northern Europe. The Croatian police are trying to seal it, often in brutal fashion.

  36. Earthquake Strikes Eastern Turkey, Killing 22 World, January 24

    Rescue efforts were underway after the quake, which was felt in three neighboring countries, caused buildings to collapse. Hundreds were reported injured.

  37. Macron Fires Ambassador Who Attacked His Pension Plan World, January 24

    Ségolène Royal, the defeated Socialist candidate in France’s 2007 election, was President Emmanuel Macron’s emissary to the North and South Poles and a public critic of his pensions overhaul.

  38. Protesters and Politicians Rally to Protect Berlin’s Clubs Arts, January 24

    Nightclubs have a unique role in the city’s culture and economy. But real estate investors and infrastructure projects have put many venues at risk.

  39. Stronger Growth, With Caveats, Is Predicted for Global Economy Business, January 24

    Top policymakers said easing trade tensions had raised prospects, but low interest rates leave central banks few options if problems develop.

  40. Introducing ‘Beyond the World War II We Know’ Magazine, January 24

    Here are five articles from The Times you might have missed.

  41. Shooting in Germany Leaves 6 Dead World, January 24

    The police said they believed the gunman, who surrendered, was related to the victims. All were killed at an inn in a small southwest German town.

  42. When the Prince of Wales Is Your Landlord Business, January 24

    On England’s southwestern coast, a community built by the Duchy of Cornwall is attracting residents who have bought into Prince Charles’s housing philosophy.

  43. London Police Are Taking Surveillance to a Whole New Level Business, January 24

    The city, stepping into a debate over privacy, says it will use real-time facial recognition technology “to tackle serious crime.”

  44. A Legendary Documentary Maker Closes ‘an Open Wound’ World, January 24

    Cecilia Mangini made a splash in 1958 with a movie about disaffected Roman teenagers. Her latest, drawing on material from North Vietnam in the mid-1960s, will be released this weekend.

  45. U.S. Refuses Extradition in Fatal Crash, Prompting Anger in U.K. World, January 24

    The British police accuse an American woman of driving on the wrong side of the road in an accident that killed a teenage motorcyclist. The State Department says she had diplomatic immunity.

  46. Greta Thunberg Joins Climate March on Her Last Day in Davos World, January 24

    Ms. Thunberg, who has been rebuking world leaders for inaction on climate change, said she was not deterred by critics who called her concerns overblown.

  47. I Survived the Holocaust. But I Have Nightmares About Cats. Magazine, January 24

    ‘The incident in the steeple always stayed with me as the moment I realized I had to be afraid.’

  48. Brains Turned to Glass? Suffocated in Boathouses? Vesuvius Victims Get New Look Science, January 23

    Two studies examined grim scenes left at a Roman settlement devastated by the 79 A.D. eruption.

  49. The Revolution Comes to Davos Opinion, January 23

    At the anti-capitalist capitalist event, radical sentiments erupt in unexpected places.

  50. Women, Burdened With Unpaid Labor, Bear Brunt of Global Inequality U.S., January 23

    While billionaires, most of them men, continue to accumulate wealth, women around the world are trapped in poverty because they spend much of their time on “uncompensated” work.

  51. It May Be the Biggest Tax Heist Ever. And Europe Wants Justice. Business, January 23

    Stock traders are accused of siphoning $60 billion from state coffers, in a scheme that one called “the devil’s machine.” Germany is the first country to try to get its money back.

  52. Guaidó, Promising Change for Venezuela, Fails to Conquer Davos World, January 23

    A year after he declared himself president, the opposition leader cut an embattled figure at the World Economic Forum.

  53. Bulgaria Charges 3 Russian Agents in Poisoning Case World, January 23

    The trio, members of a secretive group within Russia’s military intelligence agency, are accused of trying to kill an arms dealer, his son and one of his top executives in 2015.

  54. E.U. Farm Chief Pledges to Tackle Corruption in Subsidy Program World, January 23

    The vow follows a New York Times investigation showing how one of the world’s largest subsidy programs enriches far-right leaders, bankrolls oligarchs and underwrites Mafia tactics.

  55. Africa’s Richest Woman Set to Face Embezzlement Charges in Angola World, January 23

    Isabel dos Santos, daughter of Angola’s former president, is to be charged over crimes said to have been committed when she ran the state oil company, Sonangol.

  56. The Case of the 5 Missing Dogs: What Happened to the ‘Tamworth 5’? World, January 23

    After five pets disappeared while in the care of a licensed sitter in central England, their owners went looking for answers.

  57. Gaultier’s ‘Children’ Are Happy for Him Style, January 23

    Some teared up thinking about his decision to retire from the runway; others hailed the designer for breaking boundaries.

  58. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Takes Jab at Greta Thunberg at Davos Climate, January 23

    At a Swiss economic forum, Mr. Mnuchin dismissed criticisms by Ms. Thunberg, the teenage environmental activist.

  59. Pope Francis Replaces Conservative Archbishop of Philadelphia U.S., January 23

    Archbishop Charles J. Chaput who was appointed to the position by Pope Benedict XVI in 2011, has long been known as a theological and political conservative, often at odds with Pope Francis.

  60. Pope Francis Replaces Conservative Archbishop of Philadelphia U.S., January 23

    Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, who was appointed to the position by Pope Benedict XVI in 2011, has long been known as a theological and political conservative, often at odds with Pope Francis.

  61. Powerful Winter Storm in Spain Kills at Least 10 World, January 23

    Coastal towns were lashed by 45-foot waves, and villages farther inland were buried under mountains of snow.

  62. Why ‘Megxit’ Matters Podcasts, January 23

    They were expected to modernize a former empire in a moment of political transition. Instead, Harry and Meghan walked away.

  63. Harry and Meghan. (And Why Their Saga Matters.) Podcasts, January 23

    They were expected to modernize a former empire in a moment of political transition. Instead, Harry and Meghan walked away.

  64. Gaultier’s Great Goodbye Style, January 23

    After 50 years, the designer held his last show, and it was a doozy.

  65. Vienna’s Ambitious Burgtheater Tours the Ruins of Europe Theater, January 23

    Under a new artistic director, this season at Austria’s main playhouse includes 30 premieres, ranging from classical dramas to brand-new works.

  66. Climate Change Could Blow Up the Economy. Banks Aren’t Ready. Business, January 23

    Like other central banks, the E.C.B., which met on Thursday, is scrambling to prepare for what a report warns could be a coming economic upheaval.

  67. The Pythons Remember Terry Jones, a ‘Renaissance Comedian’ Arts, January 22

    The surviving members of Monty Python paid tribute to another founder, Terry Jones, after his death Tuesday.

  68. La historia de corrupción detrás de la fortuna de la mujer más rica de África en Español, January 22

    Isabela dos Santos, hija del expresidente de Angola, construyó un imperio anclado en la corrupción. Entre sus asesores había empresas consultoras de Estados Unidos.

  69. Textbook Publisher Apologizes for Printing 9/11 Conspiracy Theory World, January 22

    A spokeswoman for the French company did not answer questions about the its editing practices.

  70. Ivanka Trump Takes Spotlight at Davos, Ahead of Cabinet Members World, January 22

    Gatherings like the World Economic Forum give the president’s adviser and daughter a chance to meet the world’s power brokers, who have come to acknowledge her influence in the White House.

  71. U.K. Takes a Major Step Toward Brexit World, January 22

    Parliament finalized a withdrawal bill with none of the histrionics of the last three years, setting the stage for the country’s formal departure from the European Union next week.

  72. Lawyers for Harry and Meghan Warn British Media Over Photos World, January 22

    Pictures of the former Meghan Markle carrying her son, Archie, were published in British publications.

  73. Lawyers for Harry and Meghan Warn British Media Over Photos World, January 22

    Pictures of the former Meghan Markle carrying her son, Archie, were published in British publications.

  74. France Says U.S. Talks Could Produce Agreement on Digital Taxes Business, January 22

    France’s finance minister made the announcement a day after the two countries appeared to strike a temporary truce in a trans-Atlantic spat.

  75. Northern Ireland Now Has a Government, but Schools and Hospitals Are in Crisis World, January 22

    After three years with no regional government, newly appointed ministers are scrambling to save a range of institutions that are on the brink of collapse.

  76. This 3-Year-Old May Be Smarter Than You World, January 22

    Muhammad Haryz Nadzim became the youngest current Mensa member after scoring 142 on an I.Q. test. Above 145 is considered “genius or near genius.”

  77. Trump, in Davos to Talk Trade, Lashes Out at Enemies Back Home World, January 22

    The White House hoped the president’s trip to the World Economic Forum would shift attention away from impeachment, but an impromptu news conference often turned to the drama in Washington.

  78. ‘I Am Guilty. I Made Too Many Collections.’ Style, January 22

    The designer Bouchra Jarrar is back with a new line and a new fashion philosophy.

  79. Salvini Remains at the Eye of Italy’s Political Storm World, January 22

    The hard-right leader may be poised for a breakthrough in two traditionally hostile regions. If he can win there, his opponents fear, he can win anywhere.

  80. Trump roars back on Twitter. U.S., January 22

    President Trump began blitzing out messages at a frenzied pace, aiming arrows at the trial half a world away.

  81. Britain Plans Vast Privacy Protections for Children Business, January 21

    New rules will require online services to overhaul how they treat the personal details of children in the country.

  82. All the Best Pictures From the Couture Shows T Magazine, January 21

    Daily updates and images from the spring 2020 haute couture collections.

  83. A Decade Later, Dutch Officials Publish a Study Critical of Boeing Business, January 21

    After insisting the study was confidential, the Dutch Safety Board reversed course following an investigation by The Times. A Dutch legislator, fearing “strong-arming” by Boeing, called for a hearing.

  84. Swiss Wines Make a Move Food, January 21

    Whites made with the chasselas grape are turning up in wine shops around New York.

  85. Davos Has a Credibility Problem Opinion, January 21

    But will yet another cozy gathering in the Alps fix it?

  86. Big Changes? Or Maybe Not. Putin’s Plans Keep Russia Guessing. World, January 21

    Is he setting the stage to lead Russia for years to come? Is he planning to step down? The confusion may be part of President Vladimir Putin’s strategy.

  87. France and U.S. Move Toward Temporary Truce in Trade War Business, January 21

    The détente emerged after Presidents Macron and Trump agreed to grant more time for talks over a global solution to taxing Amazon, Facebook and other digital giants.

  88. U.K. Police Plan Driving Classes at Air Base After Fatal Crash World, January 21

    Harry Dunn, a British teenager, was killed by an American driving on the wrong side of the road near a military base. Two subsequent cases have prompted the police to provide free lessons.

  89. ‘Abandoned and Forgotten’: Jailed Academic Writes of Despair in Iran World, January 21

    A British-Australian woman, Kylie Moore-Gilbert, was detained in September 2018 while attending a conference. In a series of letters, she described the hellishness of her confinement.

  90. Winter Storm Lashing Spain Leaves 4 Dead, Power Cuts World, January 21

    A winter storm lashed much of Spain for a third day, leaving 200,000 people without electricity, schools closed and roads blocked by snow as it killed four people.

  91. U.K. Promises Stronger Terrorism Laws After Knife Attack by Convict World, January 21

    Proposals include tougher jail sentences for terrorism convicts and more resources for counterterrorism police.

  92. What Happened to Choupette? Style, January 21

    Karl Lagerfeld’s cat, and rumored heir, has become a business unto herself.

  93. If Women Ruled the World, What Would They Wear? Style, January 21

    From the goddess to the governess at Dior and Chanel, and beyond at Iris Van Herpen. At the couture shows this week in Paris, fashion designers begin to address reality.

  94. Iran Admits Firing 2 Missiles at Jet and Says It’s Studying Effect World, January 21

    It also appeared to walk back a promise to send the jet’s data recorders abroad for analysis, asking the United States and France to send the necessary equipment to Iran instead.

  95. Dear Harry and Meghan, Some Friendly Canadian Advice Opinion, January 21

    For one thing, stick with Drake.

  96. Trump Focuses on Economy at Davos, Seeking a Counter to Impeachment Business, January 21

    President Trump made his first appearance on the international stage since the House sent impeachment articles to the Senate, on the day his trial is set to begin in earnest.

  97. Envisioning a Champions League on Tour, a Soccer Investor Demands More for His Money Sports, January 21

    The International Champions Cup, which brings Europe’s top clubs to North America, has been lucrative for the teams but not the organizer. Now there is a threat to end the event unless teams agree to make the competition more serious.

  98. The Royals Are Coming to Canada, but Where Will They Live? World, January 20

    As speculation grows over where Prince Harry and Meghan will make their home in Canada, so does concern over who will pay their costs.

  99. Inside Judy Chicago’s Monumental Goddess Sculpture for Dior T Magazine, January 20

    The pioneering artist discusses “The Female Divine,” the vast immersive work she created for the French house’s latest couture show.

  100. The Davos Plutocrats Warm Up to Trump Business, January 20

    C.E.O.s have come to accept the president, in spite of his populist views and governance-by-Twitter style. Tax cuts and a record stock market speak volumes.

  101. Union Leader Emerges as Public Face of French Strike World, January 20

    Philippe Martinez has used the strike to revive his moribund movement and rise as a visible counterpoint to President Emmanuel Macron.

  102. Serbia-Kosovo Flights to Resume Under U.S.-Brokered Deal World, January 20

    It takes more than five hours to drive between the capitals of the two countries, but only 25 minutes to fly. A deal on flights is seen as a step toward détente between the neighbors.

  103. Pig Pushed Off a Bungee Jump Tower Causes Outrage in China World, January 20

    The incensed public response reflected an increasing activism around animal rights, a relatively new movement in China.

  104. Putin Outlines Political Overhaul, Including Possible Post for Himself World, January 20

    By proposing to empower a toothless advisory body, President Vladimir V. Putin set off new speculation about his long-term plans.

  105. How Boeing’s Responsibility in a Deadly Crash ‘Got Buried’ Business, January 20

    A study that blasted Boeing after a 2009 accident was never made public. Other criticisms were tempered by investigators after the company and U.S. safety officials objected.

  106. France’s Unofficial Minister for Fashion Isn’t Afraid of a Redesign Style, January 20

    First, Brune Poirson spearheaded a law banning destruction of unsold goods. Now she’s part of the team taking on the “handbag war.”

  107. The Wrong Track for Confronting Iran Opinion, January 20

    The Arab Middle East is far too weakened and divided to support a Trump administration strategy for containing the Islamic republic’s ambitions.

  108. Inside Prada’s Pop-Up Private Club Style, January 20

    The hottest trend in fashion doesn’t have anything to do with product.

  109. 1945: Court in Paris Sentences Writer to Death World, January 20

    Robert Brasillach, a French poet and author, was condemned by the Special Court of Justice for treason and intelligence with the enemy during World War II.

  110. ISIS Wife’s Return to Norway Divides Government World, January 20

    A woman and her children were retrieved from a detention camp in Syria, spurring debate at home after she was charged with being part of a terrorist organization.

  111. International Powers Call for Cease-Fire in Libya’s Long Civil War World, January 19

    After a Berlin meeting, Russia, Turkey and other countries pledged to end their interference in the North African nation to make way for peace efforts.

  112. How U.S. Firms Helped Africa’s Richest Woman Exploit Her Country’s Wealth World, January 19

    Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola’s former president, built an empire in a country mired in corruption. Western consultants were her advisers.

  113. How U.S. Firms Helped Africa’s Richest Woman Exploit Her Country’s Wealth World, January 19

    Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola’s former president, built an empire in a country mired in corruption. Western consultants were her advisers.

  114. Harry and Meghan’s Hard Exit World, January 19

    The couple’s wish to carve out more “progressive” roles has led to the loss of perks, privileges and titles.

  115. Bodies of Ukrainians Killed in Iran Plane Crash Are Returned Home World, January 19

    President Volodymyr Zelensky attended a ceremony for the 11 Ukrainians killed on the airliner shot down by Iran.

  116. The Week in Business: Hot Topic at Davos Business, January 19

    Plus, Apple takes on Trump in a standoff over iPhone privacy.

  117. Fire at Czech Asylum Kills at Least 8 and Injures 30 Others World, January 19

    The blaze occurred at a home where mostly men with mental and other disabilities lived, officials said.

  118. A Look at Davos Through the Years Business, January 19

    There have been many memorable faces and moments at the annual gathering of the World Economic Forum in Switzerland. Here are some that have stood out.

  119. Davos by the Numbers Business, January 19

    Facts and figures flow freely from the annual gathering in Switzerland.

  120. Ukraine’s President Said He’d Fight Corruption. Resistance Is Fierce. World, January 19

    For Volodymyr Zelensky, taking on the oligarchs and organized crime is a domestic test with geopolitical consequences.

  121. Harry and Meghan Give Up Royal Titles, Forgo State Funding World, January 18

    The agreement represents one of the most dramatic ruptures within the British royal family since King Edward VIII abdicated the throne in 1936 to marry an American woman, Wallis Simpson.

  122. Downed Plane’s Black Boxes Will Go to Ukraine, Iranian Media Says World, January 18

    A spokeswoman for Ukraine’s president said she could not confirm that its authorities were receiving the data recorders from the jet Iran mistakenly shot down, killing 176.

  123. As Five Star Party Risks Implosion, Italy Fears the Fallout World, January 18

    The populists who upended Italian politics are struggling with defections, plummeting poll numbers and the compromises of government. What comes next could be worse.

  124. As Libya Descends Into Chaos, Foreign Powers Look for a Way Out World, January 18

    A meeting in Berlin on Sunday will seek an exit to one of the Middle East’s most intractable proxy wars.

  125. Eminem Faces Backlash Over Lyrics About Deadly Attack at Ariana Grande Concert U.S., January 17

    The mayor of Manchester, England, said a new song by the rapper was “unnecessarily hurtful and deeply disrespectful.”

  126. Ana Orantes, la mujer cuyo asesinato atroz hizo que España cambiara sus leyes en Español, January 17

    En 1997, Orantes fue asesinada por su esposo después de que ella describió su abuso en televisión. Su testimonio condujo a reformas cruciales para proteger a las víctimas de violencia doméstica.

  127. With Brexit Looming, Experts Worry Women May Be Hit Hardest World, January 17

    Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union could lead to job cuts, particularly for women, and a rollback of a slew of legal protections.

  128. With Brexit Looming, Experts Worry Women May Be Hit Hardest World, January 17

    Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union could lead to job cuts, particularly for women, and a rollback of a slew of legal protections.

  129. Putin and the Art of Stepping Down Gracefully While Keeping a Grip on Power World, January 17

    The Russian president may be leaving the presidency in 2024, but he is not about to retire. That could be dangerous for Russian stability — and himself.

  130. Klimt Painting Found in Museum’s Wall Is Authentic, Experts Say Arts, January 17

    Gardeners found the painting in the wall of the Italian museum it was stolen from almost 23 years ago.

  131. French Strikers Shut Down the Louvre, Setting a New Target in a Pension Fight World, January 17

    Protesters angry about the government’s pension reforms prevented visitors from entering the museum, which is one of the French capital’s most visited sites.

  132. Why Europe Is Finally Paying Attention to Libya World, January 17

    As potential oil and gas bonanzas intensify the jockeying over Libya and the fate of its precarious internationally backed government hangs in the balance, the Continent is suddenly getting involved.

  133. You Don’t Need to Travel to Profit From International Stocks Business, January 17

    How investors can use indexes to spot opportunities in global stock markets without adding risk.

  134. Weirdness, Emotion, Provocation Mark Paris Men’s Wear Fashion, January 17

    Valentino opts for an ethereal angel and Rick Owens brings out the vampires. But Virgil Abloh offers uncharacteristic restraint at Louis Vuitton.

  135. A Leak, a Resignation and Another Chance: Ukraine Infighting Grows World, January 17

    In a recording, Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk appears to criticize the economic acumen of President Volodymyr Zelensky. His resignation, though, was turned down.

  136. Stocks Soar as Traders’ Mood Brightens Business, January 17

    Over the last year, investors’ outlooks shifted strikingly, with little improvement in economic and corporate conditions.

  137. Stocks Soar as Traders’ Mood Brightens Business, January 17

    Over the last year, investors’ outlooks shifted strikingly, with little improvement in economic and corporate conditions.

  138. This Austrian Village Wants ‘Frozen’ Fans to Let It Go World, January 17

    Do you want to visit Hallstatt? Officials say too many tourists — many of them fans of the blockbuster film — are coming to the 16th-century village just to take pictures.

  139. A Common Charger for All Phones? The European Union Is on the Case Business, January 17

    The proposal could save costs and thousands of tons of electronic waste, advocates say, but previous measures have fizzled.

  140. Justice Dept. Investigating Years-Old Leaks and Appears Focused on Comey U.S., January 16

    An inquiry into years-old disclosures of classified information is highly unusual and leaves law enforcement officials open to accusations of politicizing their work.

  141. Christopher Tolkien, Keeper of His Father’s Legacy, Dies at 95 Books, January 16

    As literary executor of the estate of his father, J.R.R. Tolkien, Mr. Tolkien compiled and edited such works as “The Silmarillion.”

  142. How Hard Is It to Quit Coal? For Germany, 18 Years and $44 Billion Climate, January 16

    The 18-year time frame shows how costly and politically complicated it is to leave the world's dirtiest fossil fuel in the ground.

  143. Trump’s Next Trade Fight Could Be With Europe Business, January 16

    Fiery remarks by Europe’s new trade commissioner hint at what could be President Trump’s biggest trade battle this year.

  144. Where Age Is the Thing: Rioja Gran Reserva Food, January 16

    It’s a wine that seems archaic these days, but with a price worthy of exploration, it offers textures and flavors that are not so easy to come by.

  145. Germany Investigates 3 Suspected of Spying for China World, January 16

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  146. Roger Scruton, a Provocative Public Intellectual, Dies at 75 Books, January 16

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  147. How Brexit Will Affect Travel to the U.K. and Europe Travel, January 16

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  148. Marion Chesney, a.k.a. Mystery Writer M.C. Beaton, Dies at 83 Books, January 16

    Her popular crime solvers Hamish Macbeth and Agatha Raisin were the focus of dozens of books, as well as TV series.

  149. TV Cameras Coming to English Criminal Courts World, January 16

    Judges’ sentencing remarks in some serious criminal cases in England and Wales will be televised, a rarity in much of Europe.

  150. Russian Parliament Approves Putin’s Pick for Prime Minister World, January 16

    The elevation of the little-known Mikhail V. Mishustin came a day after President Vladimir V. Putin proposed revising the Constitution in ways that could help him remain in power indefinitely.