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‘We No Longer Need’ Nuclear or Missile Tests, North Korean Leader Says

‘We No Longer Need’ Nuclear or Missile Tests, North Korean Leader Says

A photograph released by North Korea’s state news agency shows the North’s leader, Kim Jong-un, center, at a ruling party meeting in the capital, Pyongyang, on Friday.
Need More Space? Deciding to Fix Up or Trade Up

Need More Space? Deciding to Fix Up or Trade Up

Deanna and Stephen Dorey decided to reshuffle the rooms in their New Jersey house so that each of their three children (Alissa, 16, Stephen Jr., 14, and Vincent, 8) could have his or her own room.
She Won the Turner Prize. Now She’s Using Her Clout to Help Others.

She Won the Turner Prize. Now She’s Using Her Clout to Help Others.

Lubaina Himid with one of her works, “A Fashionable Marriage.” In a career as an artist and activist spanning more than 30 years, Ms. Himid has tried to bring black history to greater attention.
Columbine. Virginia Tech. Sandy Hook. How 3 Communities Honor Their Dead.

Columbine. Virginia Tech. Sandy Hook. How 3 Communities Honor Their Dead.

Twelve students and one teacher were killed during an attack at Columbine High School in Colorado on April 20, 1999. Today, a memorial there is a “place of hope,” said Frank DeAngelis, who was
Frugal Traveler: Escaping Mexico City’s Hustle Within City Limits

Frugal Traveler: Escaping Mexico City’s Hustle Within City Limits

The courtyard at the Cineteca Nacional cultural complex in Coyoacán.
Man Wrongly Convicted of Murdering Parents to Get $10 Million

Man Wrongly Convicted of Murdering Parents to Get $10 Million

Martin Tankleff in 2008, after New York decided not to retry him. He is now an adjunct professor at Georgetown University.
Romancing the Horn: Opera Stars Record Like It’s 1900

Romancing the Horn: Opera Stars Record Like It’s 1900

The soprano Susanna Phillips, left, and the tenor Piotr Beczala, right, listen to a recording they made with early-20th-century technology.
‘Yes, I’m Running as a Socialist.’ Why Candidates Are Embracing the Label in 2018

‘Yes, I’m Running as a Socialist.’ Why Candidates Are Embracing the Label in 2018

Franklin Bynum, who won the Democratic nomination to become a criminal court judge in Houston, at his election night party.
G.O.P. Support Shows Cracks as Scott Pruitt’s Ethics Inquiries Widen

G.O.P. Support Shows Cracks as Scott Pruitt’s Ethics Inquiries Widen

From left, Senator John Boozman of Arkansas, Representative Trey Gowdy of South Carolina, Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa and Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana.
Sanctions Are Hurting North Korea. Can They Make Kim Give In?

Sanctions Are Hurting North Korea. Can They Make Kim Give In?

A light show displayed a North Korean flag atop the empty Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang, the capital. New sanctions to stop its weapons programs have hurt the North, but the closed country is finding
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Doesn’t Want to Know More About Trump’s Sex Life

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Doesn’t Want to Know More About Trump’s Sex Life

A former Playboy model was just freed from a nondisclosure agreement, allowing her to discuss her alleged affair with President Trump. Stephen Colbert said he was not excited about it.
Lens: At Home in the Jungle, Everything Is ‘Alive and Has a Spirit’

Lens: At Home in the Jungle, Everything Is ‘Alive and Has a Spirit’

Jose Miguel Santi leads a night hunting expedition on the boat of his cousin. They hunt in small rivers like the Rotuno, where animals usually come to drink water at night.
Inside the Deadlock Over Russia’s Track and Field Athletes

Inside the Deadlock Over Russia’s Track and Field Athletes

Sergey Shubenkov, pictured in 2016, is one of a handful of Russian track and field athletes who are allowed to compete internationally.
6 Takeaways From the James Comey Memos

6 Takeaways From the James Comey Memos

James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director.
Bette Midler to Return to ‘Hello, Dolly!’ This Summer

Bette Midler to Return to ‘Hello, Dolly!’ This Summer

Bette Midler won a Tony Award for her role as Dolly Gallagher Levi, a human steamroller out to land a rich husband in 19th-century New York.