1. Years in the Making, Bible Museum Opens in Washington Washington, November 17

    The Museum of the Bible showcases ancient texts and artifacts, but critics say it ignores religions like Islam that draw from the Scriptures.

  2. Your Week in Culture: ‘Nutcracker,’ James Levine and Christmas Scripted by Charles Dickens Arts & Leisure, November 17

    Also the week of Nov. 19: James Levine returns to the Met Opera; Noname and Daniel Caesar perform in Chicago.

  3. A Star on Washington’s Ice With a No. 1 Fan at the Kremlin Washington, November 16

    Alexander Ovechkin’s play for the Capitals has made him a cherished import, but his ties to Russia and President Vladimir V. Putin have raised eyebrows.

  4. $1.2 Million Homes in Massachusetts, Colorado and Washington, D.C. Real Estate, November 8

    A late Georgian house on Cape Cod, a Craftsman-style bungalow in Denver and a 1926 townhouse in Washington.

  5. What You Get for $1.2 Million Slideshow, November 8

    A Georgian-style house on Cape Cod, a Craftsman bungalow in Denver and a 1926 townhouse in Washington, D.C.

  6. Donna Brazile Reportedly Pondered Replacing Clinton With Biden in 2016 Washington, November 4

    Ms. Brazile, a former interim head of the Democratic National Committee, said she considered the action after Hillary Clinton suffered a fainting spell, according to a published report.

  7. White Nationalist Richard Spencer Is Barred From Speaking at a Federal Building Washington, November 2

    The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center’s private management company cited security concerns in denying Mr. Spencer the space.

  8. Parking Spaces That Could Make You Rich Real Estate, November 2

    For steady and reliable income, small investors are increasingly looking to buy parking spaces in cities where parking is limited and pricey.

  9. Is It Possible That the Eisenhower Memorial Will Finally Get Built? Culture, November 2

    Delayed by criticism, budget issues and bureaucratic hurdles, a memorial to the general who became president breaks ground in Washington, D.C.

  10. I’m 10. And I Want Girls to Raise Their Hands. Op Ed, October 31

    I noticed that boys in my classes always seem more confident. That’s why my Girl Scout troop created a new patch.

  11. ‘So Long, Bobby’: New Exhibit Looks Back at Robert Kennedy’s Funeral Train Culture, October 30

    “The Train: RFK’s Last Journey” will blend historical footage and crowdsourced snapshots of the trip from New York City to Washington, D.C.

  12. Listen to ‘The Daily’: The Trump Dossier Podcasts, October 30

    We look at the origins of the research into President Trump’s connections to Moscow, and Mr. Trump’s top lawyer discusses the Russia investigation.

  13. Statue of Naked Woman Is Blocked From National Mall National, October 26

    The National Park Service denied a permit submitted by a group that sought to bring the 45-foot-tall steel sculpture to Washington.