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Andy Byford’s Work Is Not Done

By The Editorial Board

Now it’s up to Governor Cuomo to build on the departing subway chief’s impressive progress.

What Will Each Senator Say About Trump? We Deserve to Know

By Floyd Abrams, Hillary Greene and Melissa H. Maxman

The Senate has closed the door for impeachment deliberations in the past. It should let the public in.

Will Big Ben Chime for Brexit? It’s a $650,000 Question

By Stephen Castle

A campaign is underway to get the British Parliament’s great bell to ring when the country leaves the E.U. on Jan. 31. But there are hurdles: the cost and repairs.

Rocky Johnson, Professional Wrestler and Father of Dwayne (the Rock) Johnson, Dies at 75

By Michael Levenson

Mr. Johnson battled racism early in his career and later helped train his son, introducing him to the world of professional wrestling years before he became a famous actor.

Rocky Johnson, Pro Wrestler Who Trained His Son the Rock, Dies at 75

By Michael Levenson

Johnson battled racism early on and introduced Dwayne Johnson to professional wrestling years before he became a famous actor.

U.K. Lawmakers Give Brexit the Green Light

By Stephen Castle

A House of Commons, once bitterly split on how and whether to leave the European Union, agreed with little drama on withdrawal at the end of the month.

Robert Caro’s Papers Headed to New-York Historical Society

By Jennifer Schuessler

After decades of dogged (and still unfinished) efforts to chronicle every detail about Lyndon B. Johnson, the master biographer’s vast paper trail has found a permanent home.

Johnson’s Balancing Act With Trump and Europe on Iran

By Mark Landler

He cannot risk criticizing the president, whose support he needs for trade negotiations after Brexit. But he could be exposed if Iran opens a serious trans-Atlantic rift.

David Stern, Transformative N.B.A. Commissioner, Dies at 77

By Marc Stein

His marketing vision turned the world’s premier professional basketball league into a global brand with its biggest stars as its ambassadors.

David Stern, Transformative N.B.A. Commissioner, Dies at 77

By Marc Stein

His marketing vision turned the world’s premier professional basketball league into a global brand with its biggest stars as its ambassadors.

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