Japan Avalanche Kills 8 Teenage Mountaineers on School Trip (World)
The members of a high school mountain climbing club were killed in Tochigi Prefecture a day after the authorities issued an avalanche warning.
The Movie ‘Get Out’ Is a Strong Antidote to the Myth of ‘Postracial’ America (Opinion)
At its core, the film is all about the continuing impact of slavery on American life.
Helping Pregnant Inmates, and Babies Born in Prison (Opinion)
Advocates call for the cessation of holding pregnant women, and discuss the collateral damage for children born in prison.
The Trump Administration’s War on Science (Opinion)
Mr. Trump’s inaugural budget blueprint is a narrow-minded document that sacrifices American innovation to small-bore politics.
How to Build on Obamacare (Opinion)
But will Trump prefer to make America suffer?
The King of Crash and Burn (Opinion)
As the controlling party, you must move from the hissing audience to the sweltering spotlight.
The Bolsheviks Versus the Deep State (Opinion)
One hundred years ago, Russia’s communist insurgents faced a stiff challenge from an intransigent bureaucracy.
To Win Again, Democrats Must Stop Being the Abortion Party (Opinion)
Hillary Clinton lost the Catholic vote and her unwavering support for abortion rights is one reason.
An Abdication on Human Rights (Opinion)
By boycotting human rights hearings, the United States set a dismal example for its neighbors.
Why Steven Mnuchin Wants a Stronger I.R.S. (Opinion)
Every dollar spent on the tax agency yields as much as $10 for the government, a deal President Trump should like.
Understanding and Treating Chronic Fatigue (Opinion)
Readers discuss problematic widespread views of the disease.
Help for Veterans (Opinion)
A Vietnam vet writes that veterans need our support to help them live more normal lives.
Our Delight in Destruction (Opinion)
We were surprised by Trump because we assumed both humans and history is driven by reason.
Cyclone Barrels Toward Northeastern Coast of Australia (World)
The storm, named Cyclone Debbie, forced thousands of Queensland residents to leave their homes, halting ferry and train service and closing a local airport.
What’s on TV Monday: Dwayne Johnson in ‘Rock and a Hard Place’ and Kate Winslet in ‘Holy Smoke’ (Arts)
Mr. Johnson visits a tough-love rehabilitation program for young first-time offenders. And Kate Winslet seeks enlightenment in Jane Campion’s “Holy Smoke.”
Officer Who Killed Ramarley Graham Leaves New York Police Department (N.Y. / Region)
Richard Haste resigned after he was found guilty in a disciplinary review in connection with the 2012 shooting. His dismissal had been recommended.
Ducks Dispatch the Rangers as Henrik Lundqvist Returns (Sports)
The Rangers could have clinched a playoff berth with a win, but they remain firmly in control of the first wild-card spot.
Sebastian Vettel Powers Ferrari to Victory at the Australian Grand Prix (Sports)
Vettel took the lead when Lewis Hamilton made a pit stop for new tires, then ended the team’s Formula One drought.
In Rare Move, Chinese Think Tank Criticizes Tepid Pace of Reform (Business Day)
Efforts to overhaul the world’s No. 2 economy have “fallen into stalemate,” contends a report that chastises national policy makers and local officials.
With ‘Big Life,’ Millennial Women Get a New Guide (Fashion & Style)
Ann Shoket, a former editor at Seventeen and at CosmoGirl, has just published the book focusing on her readers’ next challenges.