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Review: An Afternoon of Opera Stars in the Making

Review: An Afternoon of Opera Stars in the Making

The soprano Madison Leonard, one of the five winners of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.
Fire in São Paulo, Brazil, Brings Down a High-Rise

Fire in São Paulo, Brazil, Brings Down a High-Rise

Firefighters said the blaze began around 1:30 a.m. local time, and that 160 firefighters had gone to the scene.CreditS
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Letting Sprint and T-Mobile Merge Is a Terrible Idea

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Letting Sprint and T-Mobile Merge Is a Terrible Idea

The proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile would create a new telecommunications behemoth.
The Conversation: Donald Trump, Live and Unfiltered!

The Conversation: Donald Trump, Live and Unfiltered!

President Trump speaking at a rally in Michigan on Saturday.
Best of Late Night: Michelle Wolf’s Old Late-Night Bosses Come to Her Defense

Best of Late Night: Michelle Wolf’s Old Late-Night Bosses Come to Her Defense

Trevor Noah feigned anger at Michelle Wolf, who left “The Daily Show” a few months ago to host her own Netflix show, and told her that she was retroactively “fired.”
Op-Ed Contributors: The Real Villain Behind Our New Gilded Age

Op-Ed Contributors: The Real Villain Behind Our New Gilded Age

An 1880 political cartoon from a New York paper depicting Standard Oil — one of the great monopolies of the 19th century — as a “horrible monster, whose tentacles spread poverty, disease and death.”
5 Shows to See in New York: ‘Me and My Girl,’ ‘Dance Nation’ and More

5 Shows to See in New York: ‘Me and My Girl,’ ‘Dance Nation’ and More

Lesley Manville and Jeremy Irons in “Long Day’s Journey Into Night.”
A Taxi Driver Took His Own Life. His Family Blames Uber’s Influence.

A Taxi Driver Took His Own Life. His Family Blames Uber’s Influence.

The yellow taxi that Nicanor Ochisor drove, outside his home in Maspeth, Queens.
Live Briefing: 2018 Tony Nominations: ‘Mean Girls’ and ‘SpongeBob’ Lead the Way

Live Briefing: 2018 Tony Nominations: ‘Mean Girls’ and ‘SpongeBob’ Lead the Way

Gavin Lee, center, as Squidward Q. Tentacles in “SpongeBob SquarePants,” which garnered 12 Tony nods.
Nonfiction: How Rodgers and Hammerstein Created Modern Musical Theater

Nonfiction: How Rodgers and Hammerstein Created Modern Musical Theater

Richard Rodgers (left) and Oscar Hammerstein II with Gene Kelly, the director of “Flower Drum Song,” during rehearsals.
Anna, Llama and Me

Anna, Llama and Me

Anna Dewdney, who died in September 2016, was known for her “Llama Llama” children’s book series. Tracy Gates was her editor and friend.
A Competitive Team Sport. For Your Dog.

A Competitive Team Sport. For Your Dog.

At the Scallywags Flyball Fever Tournament in Halethorpe, Md., last summer, Corey, an Australian shepherd, left, and Bella, an American shepherd, competed in a relay race.
Berlin: An Art Scene and a City in Flux

Berlin: An Art Scene and a City in Flux

“Kate’s Cantine,” an installation by Patrick Will and Caspar Wülfing, was among the works of more than 150 contemporary artists showcased at the exhibition “Ngorongoro II” in Berlin.
For Second Time in a Week, Trump Weighs In on World Cup Bidding

For Second Time in a Week, Trump Weighs In on World Cup Bidding

President Trump with Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari. Mr. Trump urged Nigeria and other African nations to support a bid to bring soccer’s World Cup to North America in 2026.
Taiwan’s Diplomatic Isolation Increases as Dominican Republic Recognizes China

Taiwan’s Diplomatic Isolation Increases as Dominican Republic Recognizes China

President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan, right, holding talks with Foreign Minister Antonio Rodrigue of Haiti in Taipei on Monday.