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Review: ‘Mary Shelley’ Twists Pain and Passion Into a Monster

Review: ‘Mary Shelley’ Twists Pain and Passion Into a Monster

Elle Fanning portrays the title character in “Mary Shelley,” which explores the life of the famed writer and the origins of her book “Frankenstein.”
Rewind: Ernst Lubitsch’s ‘Rosita’ Is Back, Reconstructed and Looking Great

Rewind: Ernst Lubitsch’s ‘Rosita’ Is Back, Reconstructed and Looking Great

Mary Pickford, second from right, and Holbrook Blinn, standing, in the 1923 film “Rosita,” directed by Ernst Lubitsch.
North Korea, Stacey Abrams, Philip Roth: Your Wednesday Briefing

North Korea, Stacey Abrams, Philip Roth: Your Wednesday Briefing

Stacey Abrams with supporters in Atlanta after winning the Democratic primary for governor. “We are writing the next chapter of Georgia’s history, where no one is unseen, no one is unheard and no one
As America Looks Inward, China Looks to Outer Space

As America Looks Inward, China Looks to Outer Space

Loading the Queqiao (“Magpie Bridge”) satellite in Xichang in the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan.
The Pope Opens His Eyes to Abuse

The Pope Opens His Eyes to Abuse

Archbishop Ricardo Ezzati, center, arriving at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Santiago, Chile, to celebrate Mass, last Friday. It followed three days of meetings with Pope Francis at the Vatican, where
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Isn’t Sure This Is a Constitutional Crisis

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Isn’t Sure This Is a Constitutional Crisis

“A constitutional crisis technically requires that one branch of the government push back against another branch of government,” Stephen Colbert said.
Body of Pakistani Girl Killed in Texas School Shooting Is Returned Home

Body of Pakistani Girl Killed in Texas School Shooting Is Returned Home

The funeral for the Pakistani exchange student Sabika Sheikh in Karachi on Wednesday. She was one of 10 killed when a student opened fire last week at a Texas high school.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Democrats’ Midterm Dilemma

Op-Ed Columnist: The Democrats’ Midterm Dilemma

Hopeful signs before a press conference with House Democrats last week.
Pursuits: Searching for Dinosaurs in a Seaside English Town

Pursuits: Searching for Dinosaurs in a Seaside English Town

A view of the town of Lyme Regis from a rocky beach in southwest England.
5 Key Takeaways From Tuesday’s Primaries

5 Key Takeaways From Tuesday’s Primaries

Supporters cheered Stacey Abrams, who won the Democratic primary for governor, at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel in downtown Atlanta, on Tuesday.
The Interpreter: Deep in the Desert, Iran Quietly Advances Missile Technology

The Interpreter: Deep in the Desert, Iran Quietly Advances Missile Technology

An Iranian facility 25 miles from Shahrud, Iran, where missiles testing is believed to be taking place.
They’ve Been to All 417 National Park Sites. How About You?

They’ve Been to All 417 National Park Sites. How About You?

A view of the Grand Canyon, one of the most visited national parks in the National Park Service.
‘This Is Not of God’: When Anti-Trump Evangelicals Confront Their Brethren

‘This Is Not of God’: When Anti-Trump Evangelicals Confront Their Brethren

Shane Claiborne at an early morning meeting before a Christian revival in Lynchburg, Va. To the leaders of Liberty University, he was seen as a menace to the campus.
Table for Three: Ryan Murphy and Janet Mock on ‘Pose,’ Diversity and Netflix

Table for Three: Ryan Murphy and Janet Mock on ‘Pose,’ Diversity and Netflix

Ryan Murphy, a creator of the new FX series “Pose,” and Janet Mock, the author and transgender activist, sit down for lunch at Il Cantinori in Manhattan.
Trending: Celebrate 100 Years of Leonard Bernstein With These Festivals

Trending: Celebrate 100 Years of Leonard Bernstein With These Festivals

The Leonard Bernstein exhibition at the National Museum of American Jewish History.