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Pentagon Says Nuclear Missile Is in Grasp for North Korea

A report by the Pentagon’s intelligence arm concluded North Korea has learned to make a nuclear weapon small enough to be carried by a missile.

Senate Vote Clears the Way for Debate on New Gun Laws

The threat of a filibuster fell to a 68-31 vote. The Senate next week will consider its first major gun-control legislation in two decades.

DealBook

Former Partner at KPMG Charged With Insider Trading

Federal prosecutors filed charges against Scott London, laying bare a brazen two-year scheme.

“Claes Oldenburg: The Street and the Store” is installed on the sixth floor of the Museum of Modern Art. Another exhibition, “Claes Oldenburg: Mouse Museum/Ray Gun Wing,” is in the second-floor atrium.
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Art Review

Window Shopping With a Pop Patriarch

No artist cooked up a tastier version of the primal Pop recipe than Claes Oldenburg in the late 1950s and early ’60s, a time explored in two Museum of Modern Art shows.

A Very Junior Senator’s Bomb-Throwing Debut

Senator Ted Cruz, Republican of Texas, has made his presence felt in an institution where new arrivals are usually not heard from for months, if not years.

News Analysis
Why Doctors Remain Silent

While experts say doctors are obligated to warn their peers about bad drugs or devices, they don’t always do so.

Common Sense
The Alluring Myth of the Tax-Fleeing Millionaire

Despite what some say, jobs, cost of housing, family ties and climate tend to be stronger reasons for relocation.