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City Kitchen: A Crowd-Pleaser With the Right Stuff

City Kitchen: A Crowd-Pleaser With the Right Stuff

Crisp on the outside and tender in the middle, stuffed shells are a quintessential party food.
There’s a Better, Cheaper Way to Handle Immigration

There’s a Better, Cheaper Way to Handle Immigration

Brothers, ages 4 and 3, from El Salvador at a Border Patrol station in Brownsville, Tex., in 2014.
In Tense Meeting, Trump Officials Debate How to Process Migrant Families

In Tense Meeting, Trump Officials Debate How to Process Migrant Families

Undocumented migrants waiting for asylum hearings on Wednesday in Tijuana, Mexico. The House delayed a vote on an immigration proposal, punting the bill to next week.
Meet the 11-Year-Old Girls Whose Music Wowed the Philharmonic

Meet the 11-Year-Old Girls Whose Music Wowed the Philharmonic

Jordan Millar, left, and Camryn Cowan joined an after-school program to learn how to compose. Now tens of thousands have heard their work.
Vows: A Near-Death Experience Led Them to the Altar

Vows: A Near-Death Experience Led Them to the Altar

Elle Chyun and Michael Gillman were married May 17 at Bethel Gospel Assembly Church in Harlem. After the ceremony, the couple headed to Central Park for wedding photos.
Fact Check: Is There Truth to Trump’s Bold Claims about North Korean Denuclearization?

Fact Check: Is There Truth to Trump’s Bold Claims about North Korean Denuclearization?

President Trump has made bold claims about what his June 12 summit meeting with Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader, achieved.
The Final Hours of the Iceman’s Tools

The Final Hours of the Iceman’s Tools

A showcase reflects a reconstruction of Ötzi’s skull, center, and his body at the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano, Italy.
Why the N.F.L. and the N.B.A. Are So Far Apart on Social Justice Stances

Why the N.F.L. and the N.B.A. Are So Far Apart on Social Justice Stances

In 2016, Colin Kaepernick protested quietly before an N.F.L. game, causing an uproar. In 2014, before an N.B.A. game, LeBron James protested, without repercussion, the death of Eric Garner, a black
Are Fabricators the Most Important People in the Art World?

Are Fabricators the Most Important People in the Art World?

Matt Dilling in his Brooklyn studio. For years, Dilling has worked closely with the artist Glenn Ligon, helping him make his signature neon artworks. Works in portrait, from top: prototype neon for
In Ruling on Cellphone Location Data, Supreme Court Makes Statement on Digital Privacy

In Ruling on Cellphone Location Data, Supreme Court Makes Statement on Digital Privacy

The Supreme Court’s ruling made a major statement on privacy in the digital age.
Reporter’s Notebook: A City at the Crossroads Examines Migration, Through Art

Reporter’s Notebook: A City at the Crossroads Examines Migration, Through Art

“Theater of the Sun,” a mixed-media installation by Fallen Fruit, is among the works presented at Manifesta 12 in Palermo, Sicily. Human interaction with nature is one of the event’s central themes.
For Hugh Grant, a Smaller Screen Brings a More Complex Role

For Hugh Grant, a Smaller Screen Brings a More Complex Role

In “A Very English Scandal,” coming to Amazon Prime Video, Hugh Grant steps away from romantic hero types to play a brilliant but ruthless real-life member of Parliament.
In an East Boston Shipyard, a Fresh Idea for Art

In an East Boston Shipyard, a Fresh Idea for Art

Inside the new ICA Watershed, a former factory space turned exhibition space, retains its industrial feel. Diana Thater’s “Delphine” lets visitors enter an underwater world. Four light projections
‘Surprised and Dismayed’: Readers Respond to Our Best 25 Plays List

‘Surprised and Dismayed’: Readers Respond to Our Best 25 Plays List

Denis O’Hare, left, and Daniel Sunjata in Richard Greenberg’s baseball-themed “Take Me Out,” which several readers felt was overlooked.
California Today: California Today: Recalling Japanese Internment in the Era of Trump

California Today: California Today: Recalling Japanese Internment in the Era of Trump

Mas Okui at the entrance of Manzanar in April. He revisits the former internment camp every year.
OPEC, After Bolstering Prices, Considers Ramping Up Oil Production

OPEC, After Bolstering Prices, Considers Ramping Up Oil Production

Saudi Arabia’s energy minister, Khalid al-Falih, has led a shift among producers to raise production of crude oil.
How Tastes Have Changed: ‘Imps and Mods’ Stutter at London Auctions

How Tastes Have Changed: ‘Imps and Mods’ Stutter at London Auctions

“Drei Pferde” (1912) by the German Expressionist painter Franz Marc.