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France’s New Michelin Guide: More Fraternité Than Égalité

France’s New Michelin Guide: More Fraternité Than Égalité

Laureates during the 2018 Michelin Guide presentation in Boulogne-Billancourt, France, this month. Only two were women.

The Charges in the Mueller Investigation

Since Robert S. Mueller III was appointed as special counsel, he has issued more than 100 criminal counts against 19 people and three companies.
‘The Hapsburg Group’: Mueller Says Manafort Secretly Paid European Leaders

‘The Hapsburg Group’: Mueller Says Manafort Secretly Paid European Leaders

Paul Manafort leaving Federal District Court in Washington last year.
Why ‘Real Women Have Curves’ Never Got Its ‘Lady Bird’ Moment

Why ‘Real Women Have Curves’ Never Got Its ‘Lady Bird’ Moment

America Ferrera and Lupe Ontiveros as a daughter and mother at odds in “Real Women Have Curves.” The remarkable 2002 movie received no Academy Award nominations.
Facebook and Google Struggle to Squelch ‘Crisis Actor’ Posts

Facebook and Google Struggle to Squelch ‘Crisis Actor’ Posts

A video that said David Hogg, a survivor of the Parkland, Fla., school shooting, was a paid actor became a No. 1 trending video on YouTube this week.
Ties to the N.R.A. Leave Companies Scrambling for Cover

Ties to the N.R.A. Leave Companies Scrambling for Cover

A display at a National Rifle Association annual meeting. Businesses have been assailed on social media for their ties to the N.R.A., and then assailed again when those ties are cut.
Still Glad You Voted Trump? At CPAC, Conservatives Had an Answer

Still Glad You Voted Trump? At CPAC, Conservatives Had an Answer

An attendee at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland showing support for the 45th president, Donald J. Trump.
As Economy Grows, Federal Reserve Frets Next Downturn

As Economy Grows, Federal Reserve Frets Next Downturn

Jerome H. Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, which is confronting the question of how quickly to raise interest rates.
Op-Ed Contributors: Billy Graham, Cold Warrior for God

Op-Ed Contributors: Billy Graham, Cold Warrior for God

Evangelist Billy Graham at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin, Germany, in 1954.
Tipster’s Warning to F.B.I. on Florida Shooting Suspect: ‘I Know He’s Going to Explode’

Tipster’s Warning to F.B.I. on Florida Shooting Suspect: ‘I Know He’s Going to Explode’

Ann Newman, of Deerfield Beach, Fla., a retired Broward County teacher, placed flowers at a memorial on Sunday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
Ex-Dolphin Jonathan Martin Is Detained After Social Media Post Shuts School

Ex-Dolphin Jonathan Martin Is Detained After Social Media Post Shuts School

A 2014 report commissioned by the N.F.L. concluded that three Dolphins players had “engaged in a pattern of harassment” toward Jonathan Martin, above, and others in 2013.

South Korea’s Next Generation of Speed

“Are you next?” reads a placard in a glass display case in Seoul’s Gwacheon ice rink, where the next generation of Korean speedskaters take the ice each day — all dreaming of bringing home a medal in
Can a Canadian Carry Off Bollywood Style? Justin Trudeau Finds Out.

Can a Canadian Carry Off Bollywood Style? Justin Trudeau Finds Out.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada with his wife, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, and their children visiting Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad.
White House Told Kushner’s Security Clearance Will Be Delayed

White House Told Kushner’s Security Clearance Will Be Delayed

Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and a senior White House adviser, has resisted losing access to highly classified information.
West Virginia Teachers Strike Over Salaries Will Continue Monday

West Virginia Teachers Strike Over Salaries Will Continue Monday

Demonstrators at Bridge Street Middle School in Wheeling, W.Va., on Thursday, as they participated in a walkout. Public schools were closed across the state for two days as teachers protested low
Top Chinese Official Plans U.S. Trip to Address Trade Friction

Top Chinese Official Plans U.S. Trip to Address Trade Friction

The visit by Liu He, center, to Washington next week comes as Trump administration officials have stepped up their criticism of Beijing’s trade policies in recent weeks.

Surfacing: At the ‘Hairdresser’s Fashion Week,’ Celebrating Black Beauty

Meet the people who gather for the extravaganza known as the Bronner Bros. show in Atlanta.
Trump Condemns Florida Officer Who Didn’t Act; Sticks by Plan to Arm Teachers

Trump Condemns Florida Officer Who Didn’t Act; Sticks by Plan to Arm Teachers

“When it came time to get in there and do something, he didn’t have the courage, or something happened, but he certainly did a poor job,” President Trump said of the officer in Parkland.