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The Choreographers Who Set Beyoncé in Motion at Coachella

The Choreographers Who Set Beyoncé in Motion at Coachella

Beyoncé and dancers at Coachella. Chris Grant and JaQuel Knight were the main choreographers. Mr. Knight said Beyoncé knew from start what she wanted: “She said, ‘Let’s do a homecoming.’ Boom. A nice,
Libya’s Electoral Commission Is Targeted in Suicide Attack

Libya’s Electoral Commission Is Targeted in Suicide Attack

An investigator at the electoral commission office in Tripoli after a suicide attack on Wednesday. Several people were said to have been killed.
Mueller’s Questions Point to What Trouble Trump Is In

Mueller’s Questions Point to What Trouble Trump Is In

The subject areas that Robert Mueller wants to ask President Trump about show why the president’s lawyers think an interview would be a minefield.
Mo Salah, Breaking Down Cultural Barriers, One Goal at a Time

Mo Salah, Breaking Down Cultural Barriers, One Goal at a Time

Liverpool’s Egyptian star Mohamed Salah has scored 43 goals in 48 games this season, carrying his team to the cusp of its first Champions League final in more than a decade.
Where Is Design Going?

Where Is Design Going?

Design fans viewed an exhibit of vintage furniture by Lina Bo Bardi, at the Nilufar Depot in Milan.
Iowa Lawmakers Pass Abortion Bill With Roe v. Wade in Sights

Iowa Lawmakers Pass Abortion Bill With Roe v. Wade in Sights

Iowa legislators debated a bill that would outlaw most abortions after six weeks at the State Capitol in Des Moines on Tuesday.
Cold-War Echoes in Central America

Cold-War Echoes in Central America

Soldiers preparing to confront demonstrators in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, in January. Opposition groups were protesting the re-election of President Juan Orlando Hernández.
Justin Trudeau’s Two-Faced Climate Game

Justin Trudeau’s Two-Faced Climate Game

A caricature of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada at a protest against Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion near Vancouver, Canada, in March. The company is threatening to quit the project under
Basque Group ETA Disbands, After Terrorist Campaign Spanning Generations

Basque Group ETA Disbands, After Terrorist Campaign Spanning Generations

A protest in Bilbao, northern Spain, in April, demanding that imprisoned members of ETA be moved to prisons closer to their homes. The Spanish government has insisted that the Basque militant group
‘Vida’ Flips the Script on Gentrification

‘Vida’ Flips the Script on Gentrification

“Vida,” a new series on Starz exploring gentrification in a Los Angeles neighborhood, revolves around two Mexican-American sisters played by Mishel Prada, left, and Melissa Barrera.
This Story Has Already Stressed Ryan Reynolds Out

This Story Has Already Stressed Ryan Reynolds Out

Ryan Reynolds said the anxiety will go away when the curtain opens: “I turn on this knucklehead, and he kind of takes over and goes away again once I walk off set.”
What Is Telegram, and Why Are Iran and Russia Trying to Ban It?

What Is Telegram, and Why Are Iran and Russia Trying to Ban It?

Pavel Durov, the founder of Telegram, in San Francisco in 2014. He went into exile from Russia after clashes with the government of President Vladimir V. Putin.

Op-Ed Columnist: Politicians Don’t Need New Ideas

What they need are good ideas, plenty of which have been around for years
Teacher Pay Is So Low in Some U.S. School Districts That They’re Recruiting Overseas

Teacher Pay Is So Low in Some U.S. School Districts That They’re Recruiting Overseas

Donato Soberano, center, and his seventh-grade science students at Sunset Ridge Elementary School in Arizona. Budget cuts and stagnant salaries have prompted his district and others to recruit
Scott Pruitt, Harold Bornstein, Kanye West: Your Wednesday Briefing

Scott Pruitt, Harold Bornstein, Kanye West: Your Wednesday Briefing

Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, is facing at least 11 investigations into his travel and spending, and two of his top aides recently resigned.
An Unlikely Sex Symbol, Poised for a Breakthrough

An Unlikely Sex Symbol, Poised for a Breakthrough

Franz Rogowski has recently emerged as one of Germany’s most admired leading men. “If I look at myself and my personality and upbringing, I think I can’t be an actor for all my life,” he said.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Is America Lost in Space?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Is America Lost in Space?

A scene from the new “Lost in Space” from Netflix.