Latest News Op-Ed Contributor: The Supreme Court Justices Need Fact-Checkers 2017-10-18T22:11:11.000000000+00:00 They rely on bad data in opinions — and they shouldn’t simply dismiss evidence they don’t understand as “gobbledygook.” U.S. Stood by as Indonesia Killed a Half-Million People, Papers Show 2017-10-18T22:09:37.000000000+00:00 The killings in 1965-66 played to anti-Communist attitudes, and U.S. diplomats mostly stayed silent while tallying the deaths, documents show. Trump Told a Soldier’s Widow Her Husband ‘Knew What He Signed Up For,’ His Mother Says 2017-10-18T22:07:06.000000000+00:00 The mother of Sgt. La David T. Johnson, who was killed in an ambush in Niger, backed a Democratic lawmaker’s account of a phone call the president made to his widow. New Talks on Paris Climate Pact Are Set, and That’s Awkward for U.S. 2017-10-18T21:51:15.000000000+00:00 International delegates will gather next month to discuss implementing the Paris agreement, and American negotiators will be there even though the United States has said it will quit the pact. From Playground to Killing Ground: An ISIS Legacy 2017-10-18T21:49:25.000000000+00:00 The Naem traffic circle in Raqqa teemed with life before the Syrian civil war. Then it came to symbolize death. News Analysis: With Loss of Its Caliphate, ISIS May Return to Guerrilla Roots 2017-10-18T21:42:42.000000000+00:00 With the fall of its capital and loss of territory, the Islamic State may be reeling but not vanquished. In Italian Schools, Reading, Writing and Recognizing Fake News 2017-10-18T21:40:23.000000000+00:00 A new program, aided by companies like Facebook, will aim to teach students how to recognize and stop the sharing of fake news and conspiracy theories. A Marine Attacked an Iraqi Restaurant. But Was It a Hate Crime or PTSD? 2017-10-18T21:32:48.000000000+00:00 After a Marine attacked an Iraqi restaurant in Portland, Ore., his family said he was provoked by trauma, not hate, and that he needed help, not jail time. Feature: When the Revolution Came for Amy Cuddy 2017-10-18T21:21:26.000000000+00:00 As a young social psychologist, she played by the rules and won big: an influential study, a viral TED talk, a prestigious job at Harvard. Then, suddenly, the rules changed. American Express C.E.O. Ken Chenault to Step Down 2017-10-18T20:54:21.000000000+00:00 Mr. Chenault, who has led American Express since 2001, is one of corporate America’s few black chief executives.