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A rare showdown between the stars of the U.S. ski team will have to wait for the Alpine combined after Mikaela Shiffrin pulled out of Wednesday’s downhill

The Winter Olympics do wipeouts like no other sporting event. Most of the time, fortunately, nobody gets seriously hurt.

  • The United States women’s hockey team will face Canada, which beat Russia’s team, in the gold-medal game for the third consecutive Olympics

    Which country is doing best in the Winter Olympics? It depends how you count.

    Students taken to see Black Panther saw deeper meanings in the movie. "[It makes me want to] protect my family, believe in myself, never give up on anything, and try to achieve my goals even if it leads to me dying."

    Fiction: Two Novels Trace Parallels Between Past and Present, or Create Them

    Many patients, if not most of them, probably don’t need heart stents. So why are hundreds of thousands of them placed every year?

    Speaking publicly at a rally, Emma González, a senior, pledged that her school would be the site of the nation’s last mass shooting. How could she know? Because, she said, she and her peers would take it upon themselves to “change the law.”

    Swastikas Discovered at Polish Embassy in Israel After ‘Jewish Perpetrators’ Comment

    What are the biggest Olympic events? It depends on where you're from. In South Korea, it's all about women's short-track speedskating.

    A simple, excellent one-pot recipe for a midweek feast

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    Comedy murder podcasts, largely by and for women, bite back at the gendered nature of the true crime genre even as they indulge and obsess

    Putting the ripped in Adam Rippon

    Paul Ryan, Bernie Sanders and others stated facts and falsehoods in the wake of the Florida shooting. The Times checked them here:

    Russian trolling seems to have been done with a lack of discipline and secrecy. But that does not mean the operation lacked high-level support.

    The soundtrack to Olympic skating routines is now Beyoncé, Coldplay and “Despacito.” But who pays for the rights to use the songs?

    The quietest place at the Olympics? It's at the top of the ski jump tower, where nobody says a word.

    The writer Karl Ove Knausgaard wanted to see what life in Russia was like, unfiltered by news stories. So, he took a road trip.

    Second by second, the lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were transformed, broken and stolen

    A prisoner got a book deal. Now the state wants him to pay for his imprisonment.

    The high number of mass shootings in the U.S. is best explained by the availability of guns, but here is some of what we do know about the motivations and histories of shooters

    The Ethicist: "I feel guilty that I’m not pushing her to consider only the elite schools but also secretly hoping that she stays local"

    "3 hours for 5 dollars' worth of coffee is not a model that works"

    What does "natural" mean when it comes to food and other goods? The term’s unregulated usage is confusing consumers and fueling lawsuits.

    A Catholic teacher was fired days after marrying her girlfriend. Now the faculty members who supported her are fearful for their jobs.

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    The Troll Farm: What We Know About 13 Russians Indicted by the U.S.

    Subways get delayed for all kinds of reasons these days. On Friday, it was a runaway dog named Dakota.

    The Week in Good News: Chloe Kim, Mr. Rogers, and a Bichon Frisé Named Flynn

    Meet America’s Syrian Allies Who Helped Defeat ISIS

    An officer was disciplined after being filmed arguing with people waving the Mississippi flag — the only one in the U.S. that includes a likeness of the Confederate battle flag

    Breaking News: The special counsel filed the first charges for 2016 election meddling, accusing 13 Russians of using social media to influence U.S. voters

    Laws prohibiting employers from asking job candidates about their past compensation before making a salary offer are gaining momentum. But will these laws reduce pay disparities?

    Robert Mueller has charged 13 Russian nationals and 3 Russian organizations with illegally using social media platforms to meddle in the 2016 presidential election

    A lavish Lunar New Year show televised to millions across China on Thursday night set off a flood of indignation with its caricatures featuring blackface and African men in animal suits

    Opinion: All the personal tasks in our lives are being made easier. But at what cost?

    He is one of the 13 Russians indicted by Robert Mueller for interfering in the American election

    Robert Mueller charged 13 foreigners associated with Russia and 3 Russian organizations with illegally using social media platforms to sow political discord. This is the text of the indictment.

    "Keep the political commentary to yourself, or as someone once said, shut up and dribble,” Fox News host Laura Ingraham said, addressing LeBron James and Kevin Durant

    A New York Times reader reacts to Robert Mueller charging Russian nationals and organizations with illegally using social media to meddle in the 2016 presidential election

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    Jennifer Lawrence, her director and a former CIA officer discuss Russia, spy craft and their new film "Red Sparrow" with The New York Times

    Breaking News: A fumbled tip on the Florida shooting suspect added to Republican pressure on the F.B.I., with Florida’s governor urging the director to quit

    A family friend gave her a copy of “Lolita.” Over time, the novel became a guide for her to navigate his sexual abuse.

    Lindsey Vonn at age 7 wanted to "make it to a bunch of Olympics." Now she turns toward her 4th Winter Games, and nothing is more important.

    For all the attention they've received, little is known about the North Korean cheerleaders

    "Black Panther" is about to shatter an entrenched Hollywood belief: that movies rooted in black culture can't be global blockbusters

    The sexual abuse was common and widely known within the prison, where guards alerted one another if supervisors were coming while they were having sex

    Robert Mueller has charged 13 Russian nationals and 3 Russian organizations with illegally using social media platforms to meddle in the 2016 presidential election

    Karen McDougal, who says that she and President Trump had an affair a decade ago, offered new details about the alleged relationship and the effort to buy her public silence

    A family friend gave her a copy of “Lolita.” Over time, the novel became a guide for her to navigate his sexual abuse.

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