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The G-7 Summit: What to Watch For

The G-7 Summit: What to Watch For

Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu in La Malbaie, Quebec, will play host to the G-7 leaders.
Sunday Routine: How the Sculptor Diana Al-Hadid Spends Her Sundays

Sunday Routine: How the Sculptor Diana Al-Hadid Spends Her Sundays

Diana Al-Hadid has created a sculpture series for Madison Square Park this summer.
The Uffizi Gallery Gathers Some Heavy Hitters in a New Room

The Uffizi Gallery Gathers Some Heavy Hitters in a New Room

Room 41 of the Uffizi Gallery brings together masterpieces by Raphael and Michelangelo, painted in Florence when the city “was the cultural and artistic center of the world,” the museum’s director
How a Chinese Manuscript Written 2,300 Years Ago Ended Up in Washington

How a Chinese Manuscript Written 2,300 Years Ago Ended Up in Washington

The Chu Silk Manuscript is from the Warring States period, around 475 to 221 B.C., a crucial era when lasting Chinese traditions like Confucianism and Taoism took shape.
Matt Lauer Can Keep New Zealand Ranch, Despite Inquiry Into Conduct

Matt Lauer Can Keep New Zealand Ranch, Despite Inquiry Into Conduct

Matt Lauer, the former “Today” show co-host, bought the lease to the Hunter Valley Station ranch in February last year, months before he was fired.
He Wants to Be a Ballerina. He Has Taken the First Steps.

He Wants to Be a Ballerina. He Has Taken the First Steps.

Chase Johnsey performing in the English National Ballet’s production of “The Sleeping Beauty” at the Coliseum Theater. Mr. Johnsey was performing as part of the female corps de ballet.
While You Were Gawking at Snapchat Posts, One Artist Was Listening to Them

While You Were Gawking at Snapchat Posts, One Artist Was Listening to Them

Christian Marclay, left, and Andrew Lin, a Snap engineer, setting up “Talk to Me/Sing to Me” at a demonstration in Paris.
Steam, After Pulling School Shooter Game, Says It Will Sell Nearly Everything

Steam, After Pulling School Shooter Game, Says It Will Sell Nearly Everything

Last week, the online game store Steam canceled the release of a role-playing game called Active Shooter, in which players attack a school. On Wednesday, the platform said it would restrict only
Blood Test Might Predict Pregnancy Due Date and Preterm Birth

Blood Test Might Predict Pregnancy Due Date and Preterm Birth

A human fetus at eight weeks. A new blood test could one day help predict pregnancy due dates and help prevent deaths from premature births.
The Washington Capitals, After Years of Frustration, Win the Stanley Cup

The Washington Capitals, After Years of Frustration, Win the Stanley Cup

Alex Ovechkin finally lifted the Stanley Cup and shed the label of being the best player who had never won a championship.
Doug Ford Leads Ontario Conservatives to Victory

Doug Ford Leads Ontario Conservatives to Victory

Doug Ford, a brother of former Mayor Rob Ford of Toronto, led the Progressive Conservative Party to an apparent victory, ending 15 years of Liberal control.
How the Gig Economy Is Reshaping Work: Not So Much

How the Gig Economy Is Reshaping Work: Not So Much

Danelle Freitas, right, started a photography business in Las Vegas last year, finding customers in part through an online hiring service. Roughly 10 percent of American workers in 2017 were employed
Do Bees Know Nothing?

Do Bees Know Nothing?

Not only can a honey bee count, it understands the concept of zero, according to researchers.
Ex-Senate Aide Charged in Leak Case Where Times Reporter’s Records Were Seized

Ex-Senate Aide Charged in Leak Case Where Times Reporter’s Records Were Seized

Federal law enforcement officials secretly seized years’ worth of a New York Times reporter’s phone and email records this year in an investigation of classified information leaks.
Justice Dept. Says Crucial Provisions of Obamacare Are Unconstitutional

Justice Dept. Says Crucial Provisions of Obamacare Are Unconstitutional

Martin and Rosanna Armendariz with their son, Octavio, who has autism. The family relies on health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, especially for Octavio.