1. Mueller Files New Fraud Charges Against Paul Manafort and Rick Gates Washington, Yesterday

    The charges do not involve President Trump or his campaign, but they compound the legal problems for Mr. Manafort, his former campaign chairman.

  2. D.C. Schools Chancellor Resigns Amid Outcry Over Daughter’s School Transfer National, February 20

    The chancellor, Antwan Wilson, had come under investigation for how his daughter recently transferred to a coveted high school, bypassing about 700 students on a wait-list.

  3. U.S. and Russia Revive Cold-War Game of Provocative Street Names Foreign, February 12

    Moscow considers labeling an alley near the U.S. Embassy as 1 North American Dead End, after Washington renames a block for a slain Russian dissident.

  4. South China Sea Photos Suggest a Military Building Spree by Beijing Foreign, February 8

    China has spent years establishing military outposts on a group of contested islands in the South China Sea. New photos offered a detailed look.

  5. Trump Wants a Military Parade. But Not Everyone Is in Step. Washington, February 7

    President Trump wants American military might on full display. But with the Pentagon plagued with readiness and budget woes, a parade won’t come cheap or easily.

  6. Women’s Voices Festival a Potent Reminder of Who Goes Unheard Onstage Culture, February 5

    From a historical drama to an updated Restoration comedy classic, Washington, D.C., theaters make a case for evening the playing field.

  7. $750,000 Homes in Washington, Wisconsin and the District of Columbia Real Estate, January 31

    A midcentury-modern house in a Seattle suburb, an 1871 home outside Milwaukee and a duplex condominium in Washington.

  8. What You Get for $750,000 Slideshow, January 31

    A midcentury-modern house in a Seattle suburb, an 1871 home outside Milwaukee and a duplex condominium in Washington, D.C.

  9. Two Men Can Stop the War Between Turkey and the Kurds Op Ed, January 31

    Recep Tayyip Erdogan was the first Turkish leader to hold talks with the P.K.K. He can stop the war by talking to its founder, Abdullah Ocalan.

  10. The National Gallery of Art Cancels a Chuck Close Show After Misconduct Accusations Culture, January 26

    The museum canceled the show, planned for May, and a photography exhibition by Thomas Roma, both because of sexual misconduct accusations.

  11. Your Week in Culture: Outsider Art, Claude Debussy, the Godfathers of ‘Black Panther’ Arts & Leisure, January 26

    The National Gallery embraces isolated artists, and Carnegie Hall marks Claude Debussy’s death.

  12. Lawsuit on Trump Emoluments Violations Gains Traction in Court Washington, January 25

    In a hearing on Thursday, the judge seemed unwilling to toss out a lawsuit alleging the president is violating the Constitution by continuing to own his businesses.