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Asian Groups See Bias in Plan to Diversify New York’s Elite Schools

Asian Groups See Bias in Plan to Diversify New York’s Elite Schools

Asian activists rallied in front of City Hall on Tuesday to protest Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to revamp admissions to the city’s specialized high schools, which they say unfairly targets them.
White House Unblocks Twitter Users Who Sued Trump, but Appeals Ruling

White House Unblocks Twitter Users Who Sued Trump, but Appeals Ruling

President Trump had been sued by seven Twitter users after they were barred from interacting with Mr. Trump’s account.
Have You Been in Miss America or Other Beauty Pageants? What’s It Like?

Have You Been in Miss America or Other Beauty Pageants? What’s It Like?

The swimsuit competition had been part of Miss America since its first pageant in 1921 in Atlantic City.
Do You Have the Right Stuff to Be a Stool Donor?

Do You Have the Right Stuff to Be a Stool Donor?

OpenBiome, a stool bank based in Boston, spent a year developing a process to produce fecal capsules in large quantities.
How the Ice Age Shaped New York

How the Ice Age Shaped New York

A view from Green-Wood Cemetery, near Battle Hill, which is Brooklyn’s highest spot.
David Koch Steps Down From Business and Conservative Political Group

David Koch Steps Down From Business and Conservative Political Group

David Koch is stepping down from his business and his role in his conservative political group.
Why Did Liberals Join the Majority in the Masterpiece Case?

Why Did Liberals Join the Majority in the Masterpiece Case?

Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote the majority opinion in a high-profile civil rights case from which only two justices dissented.
Mexico Hits U.S. With Tariffs, Escalating Global Trade Tensions

Mexico Hits U.S. With Tariffs, Escalating Global Trade Tensions

A steel production site in Ontario. The Trump administration hit Canada and Mexico with steel and aluminum tariffs, straining relations.

California Will Have Clues for the Nation: How to Watch the Primary

The vote shares in top-two congressional primaries like those in California have tended to be similar to general election House results.
Still the Boss of Le Bernardin, Maguy Le Coze Strides On

Still the Boss of Le Bernardin, Maguy Le Coze Strides On

Maguy Le Coze at Le Bernardin, the Midtown Manhattan citadel of seafood that she owns with the chef Eric Ripert. Mr. Ripert called her “the soul, the spirit and the boss” of the restaurant.
The Vast World of Islam, in 300 Recipes

The Vast World of Islam, in 300 Recipes

The writer and chef Anissa Helou has just released her ninth cookbook: “Feast: Food of the Islamic World.”
Miss America Ends Swimsuit Competition, Aiming to Evolve in ‘This Cultural Revolution’

Miss America Ends Swimsuit Competition, Aiming to Evolve in ‘This Cultural Revolution’

Contestants during the swimsuit part of the 2018 Miss America pageant in Atlantic City.
On the Runway: Fashion Gives Its Top Award to a Man Who Says He Isn’t a Designer

On the Runway: Fashion Gives Its Top Award to a Man Who Says He Isn’t a Designer

Supreme founder James Jebbia, accepting the CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year award.
Fred Rogers’s Life in 5 Artifacts

Fred Rogers’s Life in 5 Artifacts

Fred Rogers, with a disabled fan, in a scene from the documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”
The First Time: Andrew Rannells: The First Time I Watched the Tony Awards

The First Time: Andrew Rannells: The First Time I Watched the Tony Awards

Andrew Rannells is co-starring in “The Boys in the Band” on Broadway.