Saudi Crown Prince’s Brutal Drive to Crush Dissenters Began Before Khashoggi
A symbolic funeral for Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi journalist killed in the Saudi Consulate, in Istanbul in November.
Quick Action, Near Miss and Courage in New Zealand Attacks
Police officers on Sunday near Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, one of the mosques that was attacked on Friday.
New Zealand Mourns Victims of Mosque Attacks
Across the country, New Zealanders gathered in support of the nation’s Muslims and to remember the victims of the attacks in Christchurch.
New Zealand to Open Inquiry Into What Officials Knew About Gunman Before Massacre
Students from schools across Christchurch at a student-led memorial on Monday for victims of last Friday’s mass shooting at two mosques in the city.
Trump Crackdown Unnerves Immigrants, and the Farmers Who Rely on Them
Eladio Beltran, 32, and two of his four children, Hady, 12, and Nisi, 10, stand outside their home in upstate New York. Mr. Beltran, originally from Mexico, has worked on farms in the United States for over a decade.
Democrats Pledged to Lower Health Costs. They Just Haven’t Figured Out How.
More than 100 Democrats — and at least four of the party’s presidential candidates — have endorsed “Medicare for all,” a new phrase for the old concept of a single-payer system.
2020 Democrats Want to Build a Movement, Not a Traditional Campaign
Julie Chavez Rodriguez, the activist and granddaughter of the legendary labor leader Cesar Chavez, is working on the campaign of Senator Kamala Harris.
Beto O’Rourke Raised $6.1 Million Online in First 24 Hours of Campaign
Beto O’Rourke in Iowa on Thursday. His campaign operation took in $6.1 million online in the first 24 hours of his candidacy for president.
‘Pied Piper’ of College Admissions Scam Had All the Answers
“Getting In: Gaining Admission to Your College of Choice,” a book that Mr. Singer wrote with a colleague in 2014.
A 7-Hour, 6-Mile, Round-the-Museum Tour of the Prado
"Las Meninas," by Diego Velázquez, in Gallery 12 in the Prado Museum in Madrid.
New Zealand, Fox News, N.C.A.A. Tournament: Your Monday Briefing
Outside Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, today. Forty-two people died in the terrorist attack at the mosque. Seven others were killed at the Linwood Mosque, and one victim died at a hospital.
New York Today: Hudson Yards: The Making of a $25 Billion Neighborhood
The Vessel at Hudson Yards.
California Today: Recalling Racist Violence in California
“Getting In: Gaining Admission to Your College of Choice,” a book that Rick Singer wrote with a colleague in 2014.
It Isn’t Complicated: Trump Encourages Violence
The man with the world’s largest bully pulpit.
Americans Are Divided by Their Views on Race, Not Race Itself
The Cruel Irony of ‘Free’ College Promises
Why Do Central European Nationalists Love Israel So Much?
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (C) and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (2ndL) attend a press conference with V4 — Visegrads countries prime ministers, Bohuslav Sobotka (L) of Czech Republic, Beata Szydlo (R) of Poland and Robert Fico of Slovakia in Budapest, Hungary in 2017.
The Death of Compassionate Democracy
The Tennessee State Capitol building in Nashville.
China’s Brutal ‘Boarding Schools’
A sign warning against uncivilized behavior in the main bazaar in Urumqi, the capital of China's Xinjiang region.
The Stone: Confronting Philosophy’s Anti-Semitism
Should we continue to teach thinkers like Kant, Voltaire and Hume without mention of the harmful prejudices they helped legitimize?
What Democrats Need to Know to Win in Rural America
A barn in Solon, Iowa. Many Democratic presidential candidates have already visited the state.
I Am an Immigrant. Someday You Might Be One, Too.
Salvadorean migrants heading to the United States last November.
Is Computer Code a Foreign Language?
Netflix Has Turned Its Back on Latinos
A scene from season two of “One Day at a Time,” a modern-day update of Norman Lear’s original sitcom. From left: Tony Plana, Rita Moreno, Justina Machado and James Martinez.
Carefully Smash the Patriarchy
Arts and Letters: Three Bedrooms, One Bathroom and an Art Gallery
Hotel Art Pavilion, a gallery inside a garden shed in a Brooklyn backyard, run by the artists Loney Abrams and Johnny Stanish. The work on view is by Edward Shenk.
Nonfiction: An Intimate Portrait of Sandra Day O’Connor, First Woman on the Supreme Court
“First: Sandra Day O’Connor,” by Evan Thomas, is a richly detailed life of the pathbreaking justice.
Gunman Attacks Tram Passengers in Utrecht, Dutch Police Say
Emergency workers on Monday at the site of a shooting in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
N.C.A.A. Tournament: Duke and the A.C.C. Rule the Bracket
Zion Williamson and Duke received the top seed in the N.C.A.A. tournament.
88 Pounds of Plastic Found in Dead Whale in the Philippines
The whale’s grisly death renewed focus on the problem of plastics ending up in oceans. The Philippines is the third-biggest contributor of such waste.
Apple’s Big Spending Plan to Challenge Netflix Takes Shape
Apple is scheduled to unveil its ambitious Hollywood plans at a showcase event in Cupertino, Calif., on March 25.
11 Premature Babies Die in Less Than a Day in Tunisian Hospital, Sparking Outrage
The maternity ward at the Rabta hospital in Tunis, days after 11 babies died there in 24 hours.
Durham Dreamed of a Transit Line. Duke University All but Killed It.
Duke University officials blocked a planned light-rail line that would cross its property, citing concerns that building and operating the line could interfere with sensitive equipment at the school’s sprawling medical campus.
U.S. Campaign to Ban Huawei Overseas Stumbles as Allies Resist
American officials have tried to pressure, scold and, increasingly, threaten other countries that are considering using Huawei in building fifth-generation, or 5G, wireless networks.
Boeing Black Box Data Shows Similarities Between Ethiopian and Lion Air Crashes
A case containing the data recorders from Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 was delivered last week to France’s air accident investigation agency.
Dick Dale, King of the Surf Guitar, Is Dead at 81
Dick Dale in 1970. He recorded the hit song “Misirlou” and influenced guitarists like Jimi Hendrix and Eddie Van Halen.
How to Turn a Rejection Into an Advantage
Crowdwise: 32 Tips for Surviving (and Parenting) Crying Babies on Planes
Your Top Rival Can Be Your Biggest Ally
How to Choose Between Wired and Wireless Charging
Wireless charging is included in most new phones, and the chargers are more affordable than ever. We break down when it’s great, and when wired is still better.
Critic’s Pick: See Ancient Trade Route Treasures at the Met
From “The World Between Empires” at the Met, a near-abstract alabaster head of a woman (nicknamed Miriam by archaeologists who found her) from Timna, an ancient city in Yemen, first century B.C.- first half of first century A.D.
Ties: A Second Chance at Sisterhood
Six N.C.A.A. Upset Picks to Enliven Your Bracket
Ja Morant has the kind of skills that could cause problems for Marquette.
A Good Appetite: These Generously Buttered Noodles Have Loads of Umami
Layered flavors are the key to this dish: Fish sauce, mushrooms and oyster sauce all give it depth.
The Hunt: First Stop: Second Avenue
Carmina Albaladejo Ochogavia in her new Murray Hill rental.
The New Old Age: Older Americans Are Awash in Antibiotics
The New Health Care: When Email Comes to the Doctor’s Office, Wait Times Decrease
Electronic consultations can help some patients avoid additional visits to specialists.
UPDATE: With Measles Outbreaks on the Rise, a Concern Over the Connection to Air Travel
The Checkup: Using an Asthma Inhaler Correctly