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Baltimore Police Commissioner Quits; Third to Go in 3 Years

Baltimore Police Commissioner Quits; Third to Go in 3 Years

Darryl DeSousa resigned on Tuesday as Baltimore police commissioner after being suspended over unfiled tax returns.
These Tricks Made ‘Black Panther’ Shine

These Tricks Made ‘Black Panther’ Shine

A battle at Warrior Falls in “Black Panther.”
Critic’s Notebook: In ‘Firebird,’ the Choreographer’s Art Is in Storytelling

Critic’s Notebook: In ‘Firebird,’ the Choreographer’s Art Is in Storytelling

Misty Copeland and members of American Ballet Theater in Alexei Ratmansky’s version of “The Firebird.”
Mayor and Some Prosecutors Move to Curb Marijuana Arrests

Mayor and Some Prosecutors Move to Curb Marijuana Arrests

Mayor de Blasio promised to end racial disparity in marijuana enforcement in New York City.
Pompeo Lifts Hiring Freeze in Effort to Return ‘Swagger’ to State Dept.

Pompeo Lifts Hiring Freeze in Effort to Return ‘Swagger’ to State Dept.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has made clear that he intends to improve morale and restore the effectiveness of the department.
Putin Opens Bridge to Crimea, Cementing Russia’s Hold on Neighbor

Putin Opens Bridge to Crimea, Cementing Russia’s Hold on Neighbor

The 12-mile bridge, pictured during construction in April, connects the Russian mainland with the Crimean peninsula.
Gina Haspel Likely to Be Confirmed as C.I.A. Chief After Repudiating Torture

Gina Haspel Likely to Be Confirmed as C.I.A. Chief After Repudiating Torture

Gina Haspel, President Trump’s nominee to run the C.I.A., disavowed the agency’s torture program in a letter this week to Senator Mark Warner, Democrat of Virginia and the vice chairman of the Senate

Elaine Welteroth, Who Shook Up Teen Vogue, Says Diverse Newsrooms Are Vital

“You can’t just change the image or the stories, you need to change the storytellers,” Ms. Welteroth, a groundbreaking journalist and a former editor in chief of Teen Vogue, said on Monday night.
U.S. Imposes New Sanctions on Iran, Designating Head of Central Bank a Terrorist

U.S. Imposes New Sanctions on Iran, Designating Head of Central Bank a Terrorist

Valiollah Seif, the governor of Iran's central bank, at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, D.C. in 2016.
Tom Wolfe, Author of ‘The Right Stuff’ and ‘Bonfire of the Vanities,’ Dies

Tom Wolfe, Author of ‘The Right Stuff’ and ‘Bonfire of the Vanities,’ Dies

Tom Wolfe in 1968 in Manhattan. He was known for his verbal pyrotechnics in books like “The Right Stuff,” not to mention his sartorial flair.
Eight Gold Rings + Four Gold Chains: ASAP Ferg Feels ‘Like a Walking MoMA Installation’

Eight Gold Rings + Four Gold Chains: ASAP Ferg Feels ‘Like a Walking MoMA Installation’

ASAP Ferg is the first male rapper to act as a spokesman for Tiffany & Co. In a recent interview, he said he planned to use the partnership to teach “kids about wealth versus being rich and just
Critic’s Notebook: Ridiculous! Fabulous! On Broadway, Tapping in Quotation Marks

Critic’s Notebook: Ridiculous! Fabulous! On Broadway, Tapping in Quotation Marks

Grey Henson, center, in “Mean Girls.” As Damian, the “almost too gay to function” drama nerd, he sells his advice to fellow high school students with a big tap number.
Louisiana Deputies Are Investigated in Death of Black Man During Arrest

Louisiana Deputies Are Investigated in Death of Black Man During Arrest

Kiwanda Robinson, center, at a march for her son Keeven Robinson, in Jefferson Parish, La., on Monday. Mr. Robinson died after being arrested near New Orleans last week.
What Really Happens in China’s ‘Re-education’ Camps

What Really Happens in China’s ‘Re-education’ Camps

Protesters demanding that China respect human rights in its Xinjiang region and release members of the Uighur minority detained in so-called re-education centers there, in Brussels in April.
Why Work When You Can Procrastibake?

Why Work When You Can Procrastibake?

Mia Hopkins, a novelist, procrastibakes by making pies when writer’s block strikes.
Did ‘Sex and the City’ Inspire Your Move to New York?

Did ‘Sex and the City’ Inspire Your Move to New York?

The cast of "Sex and the City" from Season 1, which was broadcast in 1998.
Restaurant Review: A Hotel Restaurant With Neighborhood-Hangout Appeal

Restaurant Review: A Hotel Restaurant With Neighborhood-Hangout Appeal

The restaurateur Gabriel Stulman specializes in creating carefully arranged yet seemingly offhand spaces where his customers feel at home, like this little lounge off the kitchen.
Amid Debate and Violence, Trump Delivers Embassy Victory to Christian Base

Amid Debate and Violence, Trump Delivers Embassy Victory to Christian Base

Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin and Ivanka Trump, President Trump’s daughter and senior adviser, unveiled the seal for the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem on Monday.
For Meghan Markle’s American Family, a Relentless U.K. Glare

For Meghan Markle’s American Family, a Relentless U.K. Glare

Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement in November, her family has been the focus of a litany of unflattering tabloid reports.