Trump Is Poised to Remove Protections on Transgender Students’ Rights
A sticker designating a gender neutral bathroom at Nathan Hale High School in Seattle. A draft order would reverse directives put in place last year by the Obama administration to allow transgender students to use the bathrooms of their choice.
Police Fear Trump Immigration Orders May Handcuff Effort to Fight Gangs
The Suffolk County Police Department is debating how to navigate increased pressure to assist federal immigration authorities in communities like Brentwood, while cracking down on the widespread gang activity in these communities.
Mexico, Syria, Trump: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing
Asia and Australia Edition: Kim Jong-nam, Donald Tsang, Mexico: Your Morning Briefing
New Trump Deportation Rules Allow Far More Expulsions
Mexicans deported from the U.S. walked to a repatriation center in Tijuana in June 2016.
Economic Scene: President Trump Wants a Wall? Mexico Is It
A United States Border Patrol agent monitoring a fence separating Mexico from the United States near Calexico, Calif.
Trump’s Immigration Policies Explained
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers detained a suspect in Los Angeles this month.
Donald Trump, Milo Yiannopoulos, Standing Rock: Your Wednesday Briefing
Immigrants deported from the U.S. arriving in Guatemala City this month. President Trump has directed his administration to enforce immigration laws more aggressively.
California Today: California Today: The State’s Hate Landscape
Nathan Damigo, the founder of the white-nationalist group Identity Evropa, in Sonora on Dec. 2.
State of the Art: I Ignored Trump News for a Week. Here’s What I Learned.
President Trump has taken up semipermanent residence on every media outlet of any kind, political or not.
The Pruitt Emails: E.P.A. Chief Was Arm in Arm With Industry
Scott Pruitt, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, at the agency’s headquarters in Washington on Tuesday.
Adventures in Capitalism: How Trump Might Become a Workplace Disrupter
Workers at a solar energy site outside Cholame, Calif., in August. The internet has changed the way white-collar workers find jobs, but has not benefited blue-collar workers as much.
Political Calculus: Democrats’ Best Bet to Retake the House? Follow the Sun
There are not many abandoned steel mills in Irvine, Calif., where a Republican representative, Mimi Walters, is expected to run for re-election in a district carried by Hillary Clinton.
From Trump the Nationalist, a Trail of Global Trademarks
The Trump Tower in Mumbai, India, far right, which was under construction last November. President Trump also has a trademark in India in a category that covers laundry detergent, perfume and soaps.
Clashes in Stockholm Suburb Draw Attention to Trump’s Remarks
The episode between the police and residents came two days after President Trump made provocative claims about migration and crime in Sweden.
Town Hall Meetings Heat Up
Over the past few weeks, people have been voicing concerns to Republican lawmakers at town hall-style meetings around the country. Witness some of the confrontations in this 360 video.
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Phys Ed: Men, Is Exercise Putting a Damper on Your Sex Life?
Ask The Wirecutter: How to Decide Which Headphones to Buy (Hint: Not Apple’s AirPods)
Sampling headphones at an Apple store in San Francisco. With so many choices on the market, having two less expensive pairs may be the best option.
A.T.F. Filled Secret Bank Account With Millions From Shadowy Cigarette Sales
Charlie Batten, a fifth-generation tobacco farmer and U.S. Tobacco Cooperative Inc. board member, at his farm in Four Oaks, N.C. The co-op negotiated a deal to buy a tobacco distribution company whose owners had secret ties to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
7 Earth-Size Planets Orbit Dwarf Star, NASA and European Astronomers Say
Trappist-1 is about 8 percent the size of the sun.
A Few Dakota Pipeline Protesters Remain, Despite Deadline to Leave
A campsite on federal land, in Cannon Ball, N.D., last week. Most of the protesters had left by the deadline Wednesday, but not all.
Jimmy Kimmel on Hosting the Oscars at a Political Moment
When Jimmy Kimmel hosts the Oscars on Sunday, it will be the first time in nearly a decade that a working late-night star will be the M.C.
The Carpetbagger: The Art of the Oscars Long-Shot
Andre Royo in “Hunter Gatherer.”
In the Studio: Jeremy Scott Is Having a Cardboard Moment
Jeremy Scott, at home for the moment, in Los Angeles.
Budapest Withdraws Bid to Host 2024 Summer Olympics
The Hungarian Parliament was the backdrop last month for an Olympic logo promoting Budapest as the potential host of the 2024 Olympics.
Bill Maher, Faulted for Booking Milo Yiannopoulos, Takes Credit for His Fall
Bill Maher on “Real Time” last month.
New York Times Names Editor to Steer Daily Coverage
Alison Mitchell, who oversaw The New York Times’s daily news report through the presidential election, will become an assistant editor on the masthead.
More U.S. Troops May Be Needed Against ISIS in Syria, a Top General Says
American commandos in the Syrian province of Raqqa last year. Gen. Joseph L. Votel, the top United States commander for the Middle East, said Wednesday that more American forces may be needed in Syria.
The Public Editor: The Case of the Wrong Justice
Justice Harry Blackmun talks to reporters following his retirement.
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Bao Bao the Panda Leaves the Beltway Behind to Breed in China
Bao Bao the giant panda had a meal of bamboo on Tuesday morning before she was sent to China.
The Waldorf Is Closing, but Its Salad Lives On
The original Waldorf salad, which is a mix of diced apples and celery tossed in a good-quality mayonnaise.
A Chelsea Manning-WikiLeaks Opera, Seen in a New Light
A wall-projection from “The Source,” an opera about Chelsea Manning and WikiLeaks.
Frugal Traveler: Just 11 Miles Off Coast, California’s Galápagos
The Channel Islands National Park comprises five islands off the coast of Southern California, which are all remarkably close to the mainland.
Damien Hirst Alienated Collectors. Will His New Work Win Them Back?
An image posted by the Pinault Collection in connection with its forthcoming Damien Hirst show in Venice.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Begins Again After Concussion, With Altered Priorities
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will begin his 18th full season at Nascar’s top level on Sunday in the Daytona 500.