Latest News Under Pressure, Florida Sheriff Defends ‘Amazing Leadership’ 2018-02-25T20:56:33.000000000+00:00 Sheriff Scott Israel of Broward County said he will not resign, despite mounting questions over how his office handled the Parkland school shooting. Asia and Australia Edition: Xi Jinping, National Rifle Association, Syria: Your Monday Briefing 2018-02-25T20:02:59.000000000+00:00 Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Behind a Key Anti-Labor Case, a Web of Conservative Donors 2018-02-25T19:54:09.000000000+00:00 A coordinated push by some of the right’s biggest contributors has paved the way for a Supreme Court decision that could cripple public-sector unions. Michelle Obama’s Memoir to Arrive in November 2018-02-25T19:28:50.000000000+00:00 Ms. Obama announced on Sunday that the book will be entitled “Becoming.” The Carpetbagger: Sam Rockwell on His Secret Past as a Really Bad Break Dancer 2018-02-25T18:36:23.000000000+00:00 The actor, favored to win an Oscar for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” also responds to critics of his racist-cop character. ‘Black Panther’ Crosses $700 Million Globally, Annihilating Newcomers 2018-02-25T18:34:16.000000000+00:00 “Black Panther” demonstrated strong holding power at the domestic box office, taking in $108 million in its second weekend. Competing films struggled. How to Get Started With Olympic Winter Sports 2018-02-25T18:25:51.000000000+00:00 Inspired by the Olympics? People of all skill levels can get into winter sports like figure skating, bobsledding and, yes, even curling. Here’s how. North Korea Is Willing to Talk With U.S., South’s Leader Says 2018-02-25T18:04:36.000000000+00:00 The move would be a potential diplomatic victory for President Moon Jae-in of South Korea, who has been urging the two countries to talk. Can South Korea’s Leader Turn an Olympic Truce Into a Lasting Peace? 2018-02-25T17:44:37.000000000+00:00 President Moon Jae-in scored a potential diplomatic breakthrough when a senior North Korean official told him that the North was willing to open dialogue with the United States. Amuay Journal: ‘A Bomb on the Doorstep’: Venezuela Fishermen Fight an Oil Giant 2018-02-25T16:59:16.000000000+00:00 For decades, a poor fishing village has tried to stop a state-run refinery from polluting a bay they share, but the battle has increasingly become one man’s charge.