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Untrodden Broadway: The Hidden Gems of a World-Famous Street

Untrodden Broadway: The Hidden Gems of a World-Famous Street

The relocated Hamilton Grange, Alexander Hamilton's home, 414 West 141 Street in St. Nicholas Park, just east of Broadway.
Trump Has a Few Things He’d Like to Get Off His Chest

Trump Has a Few Things He’d Like to Get Off His Chest

On Friday, Mr. Trump portrayed his presidency as a string of unvarnished successes in foreign policy and the economy, and he dismissed any contrary information or questions.
Why the I.R.S. Should Go After Trump

Why the I.R.S. Should Go After Trump

A lawsuit by the New York State attorney general documents that in 2016, Donald Trump directed his charitable foundation to operate as a political arm of his campaign.
Judge Orders Paul Manafort Jailed Before Trial, Citing New Obstruction Charges

Judge Orders Paul Manafort Jailed Before Trial, Citing New Obstruction Charges

Paul Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chairman, arrived for a hearing in federal court in Washington on Friday.
Chinese Tariffs Are Already Hitting Trump Voters

Chinese Tariffs Are Already Hitting Trump Voters

Soybean farmers in Illinois. Soybean futures plunged on Wednesday after President Trump’s tariff announcement.
A Grass-Roots Afghan Peace Movement Grows, Step by Step

A Grass-Roots Afghan Peace Movement Grows, Step by Step

Members of the peace march walking to Wardak, Afghanistan, from Ghazni on Tuesday. Among them are day laborers, farmers, retired army officers and even a bodybuilding champion.
Harvard Rated Asian-American Applicants Lower on Personality Traits, Suit Says

Harvard Rated Asian-American Applicants Lower on Personality Traits, Suit Says

Johnston Gate at Harvard University. A group suing Harvard says a trove of newly released documents show that admissions officials discriminated against Asian-American applicants.
Will He or Won’t He? Conflicting Trump Messages Sow Immigration Confusion

Will He or Won’t He? Conflicting Trump Messages Sow Immigration Confusion

Speaker Paul D. Ryan on Wednesday at the Capitol. He is planning to hold votes next week on two immigration measures.
Critic’s Notebook: A Tribute to Bach on His Own Turf: 33 Cantatas in 48 Hours

Critic’s Notebook: A Tribute to Bach on His Own Turf: 33 Cantatas in 48 Hours

As part of Bachfest Leipzig’s “Ring of Cantatas,” Ton Koopman leads a performance at the Thomaskirche, where Bach was cantor.
Complex With New Trump Golf Club Will Get Chinese Help

Complex With New Trump Golf Club Will Get Chinese Help

Flags emblazoned with the Trump name flying alongside Emirati flags and banners showing the logo of property developer Damac at the Trump International Golf Course, an earlier Dubai development, in
City Kitchen: Craving an Easy Shrimp Dinner? Make This Curry

City Kitchen: Craving an Easy Shrimp Dinner? Make This Curry

Shrimp and mushrooms play the central role in this spiced weeknight curry.
For Pride Week at the Joyce Theater, a Painful Look Back

For Pride Week at the Joyce Theater, a Painful Look Back

The choreographer Sean Dorsey on Bernal Hill in San Francisco. He is a vocal advocate for transgender representation in dance.
A Good Appetite: Whole-Grain Pancakes to Make Any Morning Special

A Good Appetite: Whole-Grain Pancakes to Make Any Morning Special

A mix of whole-wheat flour, cornmeal and oats gives these pancakes an appealing earthiness.
The Pimp Who Won the Primary: ‘I Know How Donald Trump Feels’

The Pimp Who Won the Primary: ‘I Know How Donald Trump Feels’

Dennis Hof is a brothel owner who won a Republican primary for the State Assembly in Nevada, the only state where prostitution is legal.
Dorothy Cotton, Rights Champion and Close Aide to King, Dies at 88

Dorothy Cotton, Rights Champion and Close Aide to King, Dies at 88

Dorothy Cotton and students in a Citizenship Education Program class in Alabama in 1966. Ms. Cotton was a confidante and aide to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Stephen Hawking Enters ‘Britain’s Valhalla,’ Where Space Is Tight

Stephen Hawking Enters ‘Britain’s Valhalla,’ Where Space Is Tight

Lucy Hawking, daughter of the British scientist Stephen Hawking, placed flowers where his ashes were interred at Westminster Abbey in London on Friday.