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Food Writing in the #MeToo Era

Food Writing in the #MeToo Era

The Spotted Pig, a New York City restaurant whose owner, Ken Friedman, has been accused of sexual harassment.
It Takes a Lot of Skill to Make a Restaurant Seem So Casual

It Takes a Lot of Skill to Make a Restaurant Seem So Casual

King, an unassuming SoHo restaurant owned by (from left) Jess Shadbolt, Clare de Boer and Annie Shi, has won wide acclaim for its small menu, which changes every day — twice.
Spike Jonze Can Dance. But His Best Choreography Is Behind the Camera.

Spike Jonze Can Dance. But His Best Choreography Is Behind the Camera.

Spike Jonze, with the camera, filming FKA twigs in a dance-rich ad for the Apple HomePod.
For Manufacturers, a Complex Mix Can Determine Location

For Manufacturers, a Complex Mix Can Determine Location

John Saunders outside of his office at Saunders Machine Works. He was born in Ohio and returned after years in New York to open his company.
The Hidden (and Not So Hidden) Politics of the 2018 World Cup

The Hidden (and Not So Hidden) Politics of the 2018 World Cup

After the final match, members of the Croatian national team, with Gianni Infantino, president of FIFA, President Vladimir Putin of Russia and President Emmanuel Macron of France.
G.M. Used Graffiti in a Car Ad. Should the Artist Be Paid?

G.M. Used Graffiti in a Car Ad. Should the Artist Be Paid?

After General Motors used Adrian Falkner’s Detroit mural in an ad campaign, the artist sued the company, claiming it had infringed on his work’s copyright.
News Analysis: For Republicans, ‘The Dam Has Broken.’ But for How Long?

News Analysis: For Republicans, ‘The Dam Has Broken.’ But for How Long?

Protests outside the White House on Monday night after President Trump’s news conference with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in Finland.
The 2022 World Cup Plants Some Trees and Prepares to Step Into the Spotlight

The 2022 World Cup Plants Some Trees and Prepares to Step Into the Spotlight

Yasser al-Mulla, who is managing the the growth of grass and trees for the World Cup, at the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy Tree Nursery.
Can a Pro-Coal Democrat in West Virginia Carve a Path for His Party?

Can a Pro-Coal Democrat in West Virginia Carve a Path for His Party?

Richard Ojeda, a Democrat running for Congress, campaigned in Logan, W.Va., in early July. He has built support in a deep red coal-country district by riding a wave of labor activism sparked by a
Restaurant Review: A New Kind of Pie Fight: This Pizzeria Is at War With Itself

Restaurant Review: A New Kind of Pie Fight: This Pizzeria Is at War With Itself

Anthony Mangieri has had four places called Una Pizza Napoletana, but never more than one at a time.
In India, Summer Heat Could Soon Be Unbearable. Literally.

In India, Summer Heat Could Soon Be Unbearable. Literally.

Rehmati, in pink, at the Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan Hospital in New Delhi last month.
I.R.S. Will No Longer Force Kochs and Other Groups to Disclose Donors

I.R.S. Will No Longer Force Kochs and Other Groups to Disclose Donors

The Internal Revenue Service will no longer require labor unions, social clubs and many political groups, like Americans for Prosperity, financed by David Koch, left, and Charles Koch, to disclose
The Neutrino Trappers

The Neutrino Trappers

Employees of the Baksan Neutrino Observatory in southern Russian gather at its entrance to take an electric trolley thousands of feet underground to the facility's laboratories.
A Show About Indigenous Canadians Has a Glaring Omission: Indigenous Canadian Actors

A Show About Indigenous Canadians Has a Glaring Omission: Indigenous Canadian Actors

For the second time this month, the Quebec theater director Robert Lepage is facing criticism over the casting of a show.
Read Lloyd Blankfein’s Farewell Memo to His Goldman Sachs Team

Read Lloyd Blankfein’s Farewell Memo to His Goldman Sachs Team

Lloyd C. Blankfein at the New York Times DealbBook conference in 2014. Mr. Blankfein has announced that he is stepping down as the chief executive of Goldman Sachs in October.
Goldman Sachs Names David Solomon C.E.O. as Blankfein Plans Exit

Goldman Sachs Names David Solomon C.E.O. as Blankfein Plans Exit

David M. Solomon, the sole president of Goldman Sachs since March, could have a transformative role as he succeeds Lloyd C. Blankfein as chief executive.