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From Hollywood to Public Office: Cynthia Nixon Tests a Role Played by Men

From Hollywood to Public Office: Cynthia Nixon Tests a Role Played by Men

Cynthia Nixon, in her bid to become governor of New York, is trying to accomplish what few female celebrities have even tried: bridging the gap from Hollywood to public office.
Trump’s Trade War Spooks Markets as White House Waits for China to Blink

Trump’s Trade War Spooks Markets as White House Waits for China to Blink

President Trump is threatening to impose tariffs on $450 billion of Chinese goods in order to force Beijing to change what he has called “unacceptable” trade practices. Markets fell Tuesday in
New Trump Rule Rolls Back Protections of the Affordable Care Act

New Trump Rule Rolls Back Protections of the Affordable Care Act

The Trump administration issued a final rule making it easier for small businesses to band together and offer insurance exempt from many requirements of the 2010 health law.
Elon Musk Accuses Tesla Employee of Sabotage

Elon Musk Accuses Tesla Employee of Sabotage

Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief executive, at an event in Chicago this month. The company has been scrambling to ramp up production of the Model 3, its first mass-market offering.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Small Hostages

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Small Hostages

Central American asylum seekers being taken into custody near McAllen, Tex., last week.
Senegal Sneaks Pasts Poland in World Cup Clash

Senegal Sneaks Pasts Poland in World Cup Clash

Senegal celebrates after scoring against Poland.
Restaurant Review: Legacy Records Looks for History in a Brand New Neighborhood

Restaurant Review: Legacy Records Looks for History in a Brand New Neighborhood

From left, Grant Reynolds, the chef Ryan Hardy and Robert Bohr are three of the owners of Legacy Records. They also operate Pasquale Jones and Charlie Bird.

ScienceTake: The Elephant’s Superb Nose

Elephants’ trunks are not only large and strong, they house one of the best mammalian smelling systems.
How an Art Dealer Became an Up-and-Coming Painter

How an Art Dealer Became an Up-and-Coming Painter

Joel Mesler, a former Manhattan gallery owner, at his home in Sag Harbor.
New York’s Elite Girls’ Schools Are Starting to Admit Transgender Students

New York’s Elite Girls’ Schools Are Starting to Admit Transgender Students

The Brearley School announced that although “the institutional language of the school is necessarily gendered as we refer to our students as ‘girls’ or ‘young women,’” it would consider any applicant
Doors for Refugees Close as Displaced Population Soars, U.N. Says

Doors for Refugees Close as Displaced Population Soars, U.N. Says

A group of Syrian refugee children prepared to leave Lebanon in April and return to their village southwest of Damascus, Syria. Fifty-two percent of all refugees are children younger than 18,
Michael Jackson’s Estate Is Developing a Broadway-Bound Bio-Musical

Michael Jackson’s Estate Is Developing a Broadway-Bound Bio-Musical

Michael Jackson’s estate is developing the bio-musical with Columbia Live Stage, aiming for Broadway in 2020.
New York City Will End Marijuana Arrests for Most People

New York City Will End Marijuana Arrests for Most People

Most people will soon avoid a trip to the police station if they’re caught smoking marijuana in public in New York City.
The 4 Former First Ladies Condemn Trump’s Border Policy

The 4 Former First Ladies Condemn Trump’s Border Policy

Former first ladies, clockwise from top left: Michelle Obama, Laura Bush, Rosalynn Carter and Hillary Clinton.
U.S. Protester Held in Vietnam Confesses on State Television

U.S. Protester Held in Vietnam Confesses on State Television

Will Nguyen’s family said they feared his case could drag on for months.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Isn’t Surprised by Trump’s Policy on Migrant Families

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Isn’t Surprised by Trump’s Policy on Migrant Families

Jimmy Fallon took on President Trump over his policy of separating migrant children from their parents at the border with Mexico.
Huawei’s New Front in the Global Technology Cold War: Australia

Huawei’s New Front in the Global Technology Cold War: Australia

A Huawei sign at a consumer electronics show in Shanghai this month. The company appears to be increasingly caught in a debate in Australia about Chinese companies.
Trade War, World Cup, XXXTentacion: Your Tuesday Briefing

Trade War, World Cup, XXXTentacion: Your Tuesday Briefing

Kirstjen Nielsen, the secretary of Homeland Security, defended the administration’s policy of separating migrant children from their parents, arguing on Monday that it had no choice and that only