Trump Rescinds Rules on Bathrooms for Transgender Students
The administration reversed a policy that allowed students to use the bathrooms of their choice at school, an order that caused an internal rift.
McMaster May Reorganize Trumpâs Foreign Policy Team Once Again
H. R. McMaster, the new national security adviser, is considering giving himself control of Homeland Security and full access to the military and intelligence agencies.
Immigrants Hide, Fearing Capture on âAny Cornerâ
The threat of deportation, once for only those who committed serious crimes, has many immigrants in self-imposed house arrest.
Police Fear Trump Immigration Orders May Handcuff Effort to Fight Gangs
Some officials in a Long Island town where criminals with Salvadoran links have killed five teenagers fear it will make solving crimes harder. Others see an important tool.
NASA, Mosul, Kim Jong-nam: Your Thursday Briefing
Hereâs what you need to know to start your day.
New York Today: New York Today: A Goodbye to Ringling Bros.
Thursday: A circus comes full circle, the end of the Kosciuszko Bridge, and the Met sees an anniversary.
California Today: California Today: On Catalina, the Drought Is Far From Over
Thursday: Catalina Islandâs water woes, rising deportation fears, and a bid for total reliance on renewable energy.
Rex Tillerson Arrives in Mexico Facing Twin Threats to Relations
President Trumpâs orders to deport immigrants in the United States illegally and an effort to review all American aid to Mexico complicate the secretary of stateâs task.
Paul Ryan Tours Texas Border Area Where Trump Wants a Wall
The House speaker, who helps control the purse strings on Capitol Hill, has said he supports the same immigration policies as the White House.
Trump Vowed to Protect the Safety Net. What if His Appointees Disagree?
The coming days may show whether President Trump will keep his campaign promises to preserve social programs or take on the views of those around him.
Fact-Checking Claims About Trumpâs Travel Ban
The revised immigration order will look a lot like the first one, an administration official said. Here are some misleading claims to look out for.
New York Police Lower Cost Estimate of Guarding Trump and His Tower
The letter, dated Wednesday, provides detailed estimates about the Police Departmentâs expenses associated with presidential security.
F.B.I. Interviews Tell of Clericâs Role in Plot to Bomb Plane
Anwar al-Awlaki, a Qaeda leader and American killed in a drone strike, inspired and advised Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who tried to take down a plane with explosives in his underwear.
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A Standing Rock Camp Is Burned
The largest protest camp at Standing Rock was cleared on Wednesday after the governor of North Dakota ordered the evacuation of people who had occupied the land for months.
North Dakota Arrests 10 as Pipeline Protest Camp Empties
The state offered meals, lodging, a medical exam and a bus ticket to protesters who left by the Wednesday afternoon deadline.
Preoccupations: Quit Social Media. Your Career May Depend on It.
Our increasing addiction to the constant stimulus of updates, likes and posts is damaging our ability to concentrate deeply and focus on work that matters.
Preoccupations: Donât Quit Social Media. Put It to Work for Your Career Instead.
Patrick Gillooly of Monster takes issue with Cal Newport, who recently urged professionals to quit social media. Mr. Gillooly says the career benefits far outweigh the pitfalls.
Kim Jong-namâs Death: A Geopolitical Whodunit
Circumstantial evidence points to a North Korean hand in the assassination. And that could complicate Pyongyangâs relationship with China, its main ally.
Kim Jong-nam Evidence Being Fabricated by Malaysia, North Korea Says
Pyongyang on Thursday denied involvement in the killing at the Kuala Lumpur airport, even as it refused to acknowledge that the victim was Kim Jong-unâs half brother.
Inside Uberâs Aggressive, Unrestrained Workplace Culture
A former employeeâs blog post has raised questions about the limits of meritocracy at Uber and how much executives knew about the treatment of employees.
SolarCityâs Ties to Foreclosure Cases Raise Questions on Vetting Policies
The company, owned by Tesla, relies on monthly payments from solar panel customers. But foreclosures can halt those payments, and SolarCity relies on only one credit check to vet customers.
Critic's Notebook: Colbert Rides a Trump Wave, While Fallon Treads Water
On two late-night talk shows, a relatively soft approach and a more pointed one have emerged in comedy about the new president.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Offers His Own âAlternative Factsâ
Mr. Fallon presented what he called the White House version of the party game âtwo truths and a lie.â
Philippine Court Orders Arrest of Prominent Critic of Rodrigo Duterte
Senator Leila de Lima, a fierce opponent of the presidentâs bloody antidrug campaign, is accused of taking bribes from imprisoned drug traffickers.
Cressida Dick Will Be First Woman to Lead Scotland Yard
A onetime beat cop in Londonâs West End, Ms. Dick, 56, was named the first female police commissioner in the forceâs 188-year-history.
Ed Garvey, Leader of N.F.L. Playersâ Union, Dies at 76
Mr. Garvey led two strikes in an effort to loosen teamsâ grip on players. He later became a progressive activist in Wisconsin.
Carlos Ghosn, Executive Who Revived Nissan, Will Step Aside
Mr. Ghosn, a rare foreign executive in Japan, took control of the Japanese automaker in 2001 and helped save it from collapse with large job cuts.
7 Earth-Size Planets Orbit Dwarf Star, NASA and European Astronomers Say
Astronomers are excited by the discovery, which suggests that some of these exoplanets â planets around stars other than the sun â could support life and may be awash in oceans.
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Review: âIf I Forget,â Clashing Currents in Jewish Identity
Steven Levensonâs comedy-drama explores multiple and contradictory dimensions of self-perception through its portrait of a family, the Fischers.
On Baseball: The Padres Have San Diego, and the Spotlight, to Themselves
With the loss of the Chargers, the Padres are the only major league franchise without a counterpart in the N.F.L., the N.B.A. or the N.H.L. Can they fill the void?
Lincoln Center Turns Away Woman Wearing Anti-Trump Sign
Jenny Heinz, 72, refused to remove a sign affixed to the back of her jacket that said: âNO! In the name of humanity we refuse to accept a fascist America.â
Unhitched: Sparks of Love, Doused by Old Habits
It was his fifth marriage, and her second. In retrospect, she says they should have lived together before marrying. They remain good friends.
In the Studio: Jeremy Scott Is Having a Cardboard Moment
The creative director of Moschino allows a view into his private working world.
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