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Trilobites: Black Hole Drags Star to Dusty Death

Trilobites: Black Hole Drags Star to Dusty Death

This phenomenon of two colliding galaxies, collectively known as Arp 299, is 150 million light years away in the constellation Ursa Major.
The Dangerous ‘Bigness’ of the AT&T-Time Warner Merger

The Dangerous ‘Bigness’ of the AT&T-Time Warner Merger

Daniel Petrocelli, lead attorney for AT&T and Time Warner, on Tuesday after a federal judge approved a merger of the companies.
Candidate for Georgia Governor Bought Condo From Lobbyist

Candidate for Georgia Governor Bought Condo From Lobbyist

Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle of Georgia profited off the sale of an Atlanta apartment he purchased from a longtime lobbyist.
Watch These Captivating Salsa Dancers, and Try Not to Break a Sweat

Watch These Captivating Salsa Dancers, and Try Not to Break a Sweat

Dancers from the Nieves Latin Dance Studio practicing backstage.

Trump Saluted a North Korean General, Setting Off a Debate

North Korea aired video on state television on Thursday that shows President Trump greeting a North Korean general with a salute.
As Uncertainty Clouds Economy, Europe Pulls Back on Easy Money

As Uncertainty Clouds Economy, Europe Pulls Back on Easy Money

The European Central Bank in Frankfurt. Only a few years after the eurozone emerged from a crisis that nearly destroyed it, the central bank is in effect declaring the region strong enough to stand on
Barbra Streisand Debuts Lost Footage From ‘A Star Is Born’ on Netflix

Barbra Streisand Debuts Lost Footage From ‘A Star Is Born’ on Netflix

A newly added scene shows Barbra Streisand on guitar, playing the award-winning “Evergreen.”
Nídia Is Bringing the Sound of Lisbon’s Ghettos to the World

Nídia Is Bringing the Sound of Lisbon’s Ghettos to the World

Nídia unites sounds from Portuguese-speaking Africa with influences from European and American dance music.
Let Them Eat on Fancy Plates: Emmanuel Macron’s New China

Let Them Eat on Fancy Plates: Emmanuel Macron’s New China

President Emmanuel Macron speaking to the press during a visit in Rochefort, in western France, on Thursday.
Review: ‘The Affair’ Is Back, and Things Are About to Get Crazy. Again.

Review: ‘The Affair’ Is Back, and Things Are About to Get Crazy. Again.

Omar Metwally and Maura Tierney in the new season of “The Affair,” beginning Sunday on Showtime.
As Saudis Go to War, the Crown Prince Attends a Soccer Match

As Saudis Go to War, the Crown Prince Attends a Soccer Match

The main government building in the port city of Al Hudaydah, left, on Thursday as Yemeni forces backed by the Saudi-led coalition advanced toward it. At right, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of
Einstein the Anti-Racist? Not in His Travel Diaries

Einstein the Anti-Racist? Not in His Travel Diaries

Personal writings of Albert Einstein from 1922 to 1923 reveal the musings of a man grappling with countries and cultures he had never experienced before.
When the Government Went After Dr. Spock

When the Government Went After Dr. Spock

Benjamin Spock at a makeshift jail in Washington during a day of antiwar demonstrations in May 1971.
James Comey: This Report Says I Was Wrong. But That’s Good for the F.B.I.

James Comey: This Report Says I Was Wrong. But That’s Good for the F.B.I.

James Comey testifying before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in June 2017.
Happy Flag Day. But Are You Flying It Wrong?

Happy Flag Day. But Are You Flying It Wrong?

It’s Flag Day in the United States, and some of the rules for displaying the flag may surprise you.
Did Comey Cost Clinton the Election? Why We’ll Never Know

Did Comey Cost Clinton the Election? Why We’ll Never Know

The seat for James Comey, then the F.B.I. director, when he testified before a congressional committee in July 2016 about the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.