Gates may not be all that smart and good. He paid taxes.
By MICHAEL KIMMELMAN
Climate change is threatening to push a crowded capital toward a breaking point.
By NICHOLAS CONFESSORE, MAGGIE HABERMAN and ERIC LIPTON
Demand for membership, and its price, have risen at President Trump's Florida resort, raising concerns in some quarters about access that only the superwealthy and influential could obtain.
Macaques Fight for Survival
A cheeky macaque in Indonesia stole a photographer’s camera and took an image of himself. What came next was a viral storm of interest, delight, and advocacy to protect the rare black-faced monkeys. National Geographic sent photographer Stefano Unterthiner to the island of Sulawesi, where macaques are regularly hunted and prized for meat, to observe the frenzied fight to protect them—and how photography is helping. | Look Closer
Much of law can be dry and mundane. However, there are moments when the law reaches a transcendent truth. There was the acceptance of war crimes in the Nuremberg trials. The recognition that separate is not equal in Brown. This week another milestone has been reached with a decision by Judge Mark Barnett of the United States Court of International Trade. Barnett has ruled that Snuggies are blankets and not apparel. The case is Allstar Mktg. Grp., LLC v. United States , Ct. Int’l Trade, 13-00395, 2/10/17.
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