NY Times Elon Musk’s SpaceX Launches Rocket Carrying Space Station Cargo 2017-02-19T14:53:32.000000Z The company used a new pad for the first rocket launch to take place at Kennedy Space Center in five and a half years. A Worried Europe Finds Scant Reassurance on Trump’s Plans 2017-02-19T14:22:51.000000Z The vice president and defense secretary spoke to European officials at the Munich Security Conference, but took no questions, leaving anxiety behind them. Democratic Member to Quit Election Commission, Setting Up Political Fight 2017-02-19T13:00:27.000000Z Ann M. Ravel of the Federal Election Commission believes a stalemate among the panel’s members offers little hope of curbing campaign finance abuses. ‘Last Night in Sweden’? Trump’s Remark Baffles a Nation 2017-02-19T11:46:22.000000Z The president seemed to be suggesting, falsely, that the Scandinavian country had been attacked by terrorists. ‘You’re Always in Control of Your Belongings’ 2017-02-19T10:40:51.000000Z Kseniya and Ryan Merritt live in a 400-square-foot apartment in Manhattan. Explore their bright, minimalist space with custom, convertible furnishings. Iraq Starts Offensive to Retake Western Mosul From ISIS 2017-02-19T10:30:59.000000Z Planes dropped leaflets urging Islamic State fighters to surrender, and new concerns arose about hundreds of thousands of trapped civilians. The Fix: The Convertible, Tiny Apartment 2017-02-19T10:05:01.000000Z A 400-square-foot studio is remade into a space that can be constantly transformed. Norma McCorvey, ‘Roe’ in Roe v. Wade, Is Dead at 69 2017-02-19T08:53:40.000000Z Ms. McCorvey, the anonymous plaintiff in the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, was a symbol for abortion rights, though she later changed her views. Arts Groups Draft Battle Plans as Trump Funding Cuts Loom 2017-02-19T05:25:33.000000Z Across the country, orchestras, theaters and operas reacted with alarm that public funding for the arts could be cut under President Trump. Clyde Stubblefield, the ‘Funky Drummer’ for James Brown, Dies at 73 2017-02-19T04:13:49.000000Z Mr. Stubblefield was best known for a drum solo near the end of a 1969 Brown song he “didn’t like” that became the ubiquitous breakbeat of hip-hop’s sampling era.