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Not at the Game: In Alaska, Watching Moose Commercials and the Rockets Stomp the Warriors

Not at the Game: In Alaska, Watching Moose Commercials and the Rockets Stomp the Warriors

Ryan Engebretsen, the basketball coach at Wasilla High School, the Alaska state champion, discussed emulating the Houston Rockets with his point guard Daniel Headdings.
China Plans Up to $200 Billion in Trade Concessions, but Skepticism Abounds

China Plans Up to $200 Billion in Trade Concessions, but Skepticism Abounds

A worker at a factory in Huaibei, China. Beijing is preparing to offer Washington a package of trade concessions, but economists caution that the promises would be largely illusory.
Ebola Spreads to Major Congo City, Raising Risk of Larger Contagion

Ebola Spreads to Major Congo City, Raising Risk of Larger Contagion

A health worker was sprayed with chlorine last week after visiting the isolation ward at a hospital in Bikoro, in Democratic Republic of Congo.
Emmanuel Macron’s Bromance With Trump Takes Its Toll at Home

Emmanuel Macron’s Bromance With Trump Takes Its Toll at Home

President Emmanuel Macron’s lavish show of friendship for an American president who is deeply unpopular in France has cost him support at home.
China, Signaling Thaw With U.S. Over Trade, Approves Toshiba Microchip Deal

China, Signaling Thaw With U.S. Over Trade, Approves Toshiba Microchip Deal

Toshiba once symbolized Japan's technological might, but it has more recently been scrambling to survive.
Her Husband Beat Her and Raped Her. Jeff Sessions Might Deport Her.

Her Husband Beat Her and Raped Her. Jeff Sessions Might Deport Her.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has taken personal charge of a case that could mean the end of asylum status for domestic violence victims.
Review: ‘First Reformed’ Is an Epiphany. Ethan Hawke Is, Too.

Review: ‘First Reformed’ Is an Epiphany. Ethan Hawke Is, Too.

Ethan Hawke stars as a pastor in upstate New York in “First Reformed,” directed by Paul Schrader.
North Korea’s Sudden Shift Puts South’s Leader on the Spot

North Korea’s Sudden Shift Puts South’s Leader on the Spot

North Korea’s unpredictable moves have already dampened some of the optimism generated at the summit meeting between its leader, Kim Jong-un, and President Moon Jae-in of South Korea on April 27.
Painting That Hung in a Chicago Convention Center Brings Unexpected Windfall

Painting That Hung in a Chicago Convention Center Brings Unexpected Windfall

“Past Times” by Kerry James Marshall sold Wednesday night for $21.1 million at Sotheby’s, generating a windfall for a Chicago agency.
Trump Says Russia Inquiry’s Overreach Is a Scandal ‘Bigger Than Watergate!’

Trump Says Russia Inquiry’s Overreach Is a Scandal ‘Bigger Than Watergate!’

President Trump tweeted on Thursday that the F.B.I.’s investigative steps in the Russia inquiry could prove to be “bigger than Watergate!”
As a Black Artist Soars at Auction, Rethinking ‘Blue Chip’

As a Black Artist Soars at Auction, Rethinking ‘Blue Chip’

Kerry James Marshall’s “Past Times,” from 1997, an acrylic and collage on canvas, sold for $21.1 million at Sotheby’s Wednesday night.
‘Jane the Virgin’ Creator on the Show’s End: ‘We’re Going to Close Things Up’

‘Jane the Virgin’ Creator on the Show’s End: ‘We’re Going to Close Things Up’

Gina Rodriguez in “Jane the Virgin” on the CW. The show will end after its next season.
Malaysia Elections: Everything You Need to Know About a Political Earthquake

Malaysia Elections: Everything You Need to Know About a Political Earthquake

Supporters of Mahathir Mohamad outside the National Palace in Kuala Lumpur on May 10, waiting for his swearing-in as Malaysia’s prime minister after his surprise election victory.
Thanks, Internet: Estonian Town Gets Cannabis Leaf as Its Emblem

Thanks, Internet: Estonian Town Gets Cannabis Leaf as Its Emblem

The cannabis leaf design for the flag and emblem of Kanepi, Estonia. A town official defended the decision as a “very democratic” process, even though the number of online voters in favor of it —
How Bombino Became the Sultan of Shred

How Bombino Became the Sultan of Shred

The guitarist Bombino, a master of North African desert blues, is releasing his sixth album, “Deran.”
Review: Paul Simon, Still Evolving, Is Saying Goodbye

Review: Paul Simon, Still Evolving, Is Saying Goodbye

Paul Simon kicked off “Homeward Bound — the Farewell Tour” in Vancouver, British Columbia.
The Week in Good News: A ‘Golden Arm,’ Zakouma National Park, the Best Baguette in Paris

The Week in Good News: A ‘Golden Arm,’ Zakouma National Park, the Best Baguette in Paris

For 60 years, James Harrison suppressed his strong distaste for needles — he says he has never watched one go into his arm — and gave blood every few weeks. He made his final donation last Friday.
F.D.A. Names and Shames Drug Makers to Encourage Generic Competition

F.D.A. Names and Shames Drug Makers to Encourage Generic Competition

Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the F.D.A. commissioner, has vowed to end drug companies’ practice of preventing generic manufacturers from getting samples as a means of lowering drug prices.
How to Convey Dance to Those Without Sight? All Hands On

How to Convey Dance to Those Without Sight? All Hands On

Mana Hashimoto, right, with Iliana Mejía, a student at the Filomen M. D’Agostino Greenberg Music School. Ms. Hashimoto was leading a hands-on workshop that enables visually impaired students to