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Four Short Films for Mom

Celebrate the highs and lows of motherhood with Op-Docs, our Oscar-nominated documentary series.
Black Rhinos Roam Chad for the First Time in 46 Years

Black Rhinos Roam Chad for the First Time in 46 Years

A critically endangered black rhinoceros was released upon arriving at Zakouma National Park in Chad.
Lens: Preserving Their Identity as Fukushima Samurai

Lens: Preserving Their Identity as Fukushima Samurai

Shingo, 34, at the foundation of his former house in September 2012 in Fukushima. All his belongings, including armor for celebrations, were washed away.
Mind: How Abusive Relationships Take Root

Mind: How Abusive Relationships Take Root

Four women have accused Eric Schneiderman, former attorney general of New York, of sexual abuse. Experts say their stories are reminders that abuse often begins incrementally, with criticisms of
Your Money: Quilts, Cows, Money and Meaning: College Essays That Stood Out

Your Money: Quilts, Cows, Money and Meaning: College Essays That Stood Out

Caroline Beit’s tale of life in the trenches as a volunteer tax preparer reckoned with money and feelings and their intersection to make you see the world in a new way.
Trump Promises Lower Drug Prices, but Drops Populist Solutions

Trump Promises Lower Drug Prices, but Drops Populist Solutions

The plan announced by President Trump and Alex M. Azar II, the secretary of health and human services, on Friday would give private entities more tools to negotiate better deals on behalf of
Inside a Powerful Silicon Valley Charity, a Toxic Culture Festered

Inside a Powerful Silicon Valley Charity, a Toxic Culture Festered

Emmett Carson, chief executive of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, has been put on administrative leave after published reports that he tolerated abusive workplace behavior at the
Profile: How Ian McEwan, Novelist, Became Ian McEwan, Movie Consultant

Profile: How Ian McEwan, Novelist, Became Ian McEwan, Movie Consultant

For the writer Ian McEwan, left, having a theater director like Dominic Cooke, right, direct the film made the project much more collaborative.
Cod and ‘Immune Broth’: California Tests Food as Medicine

Cod and ‘Immune Broth’: California Tests Food as Medicine

Emma Esquivel, a volunteer at the Ceres Community Project in Sebastopol, Calif., making mushroom burgers for cancer patients. The nonprofit group is participating in a state-funded study to test
When Cooking Is About Ease, Not ‘Easy’

When Cooking Is About Ease, Not ‘Easy’

A dish encountered in Morocco inspired these fish koftas in tomato and lime sauce.
Global Health: Ebola Erupts Again in Africa, Only Now There’s a Vaccine

Global Health: Ebola Erupts Again in Africa, Only Now There’s a Vaccine

An Ebola quarantine unit in Muma, Democratic Republic of Congo, last year. The country’s ninth outbreak is believed to have begun in early April but was confirmed as Ebola only on Tuesday.
Lawyer for 2 Schneiderman Accusers Brought Their Claims to Michael Cohen

Lawyer for 2 Schneiderman Accusers Brought Their Claims to Michael Cohen

Michael D. Cohen leaving federal court last month. A lawyer for two women who say they were victims of Eric Schneiderman is seeking to protect records that Mr. Cohen may have concerning the women.
Art Review: Steeped in Blood, Soutine’s Work Revels in Life, Not Death

Art Review: Steeped in Blood, Soutine’s Work Revels in Life, Not Death

“Fish, Peppers, Onions,” from around 1919, in the new show “Chaim Soutine: Flesh” at the Jewish Museum.
Critical Shopper: Nordstrom Men: Choose Your Own Adventure

Critical Shopper: Nordstrom Men: Choose Your Own Adventure

The new Nordstrom Men’s Store at the intersection of 57th Street and Broadway.
Teenager in Custody After Shooting at Highland High School

Teenager in Custody After Shooting at Highland High School

Police arrived at Highland High School, in Palmdale, Calif., on Friday after reports of gunfire.
Christopher Nolan’s Version of Vinyl: Unrestoring ‘2001’

Christopher Nolan’s Version of Vinyl: Unrestoring ‘2001’

The cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema, left, Christopher Nolan and a color timer, Kristen Zimmermann, working on the “unrestored” version of “2001: A Space Odyssey.”