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Prince’s Overdose Death Results in No Criminal Charges

Prince’s Overdose Death Results in No Criminal Charges

Prince in Paris in 2009. In dealing with chronic hip pain, he apparently became addicted to painkillers and died of an overdose in 2016.
Trump Administration Seeks to Expand Sales of Armed Drones

Trump Administration Seeks to Expand Sales of Armed Drones

Drones like the Reaper have been the workhorse and controversial symbol of the fight against insurgents in Afghanistan and the tribal regions of Pakistan.
Trump Lawyer Drops Defamation Suits Related to Russia Inquiry

Trump Lawyer Drops Defamation Suits Related to Russia Inquiry

President Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, left, has dropped his defamation lawsuits against the website BuzzFeed and Fusion GPS, a political research firm.
Hungry City: At Ho Foods, a Noodle Soup That Nourishes and Transports

Hungry City: At Ho Foods, a Noodle Soup That Nourishes and Transports

The soup is built on a stock of cow hooves and beef shin bones simmered for a day and a night.
The Pour: A New Restaurant, Frenchette, Stands Up for Natural Wines

The Pour: A New Restaurant, Frenchette, Stands Up for Natural Wines

Jorge Riera, the wine director at Frenchette, said his offering of little-known and relatively inexpensive wines was meant to eliminate preconceptions about how a wine ought to taste, creating the
What #MeToo Means to Teenagers

What #MeToo Means to Teenagers

Participants at a Day One art workshop explored how relationships are portrayed in the media.
Matter: Bodies Remodeled for a Life at Sea

Matter: Bodies Remodeled for a Life at Sea

A Bajau diver spearfishes in Sulawesi. A study suggests these sea-dwelling people have evolved adaptations to deep diving.
E. Coli Outbreak Tied to Romaine Lettuce Expands to 16 States

E. Coli Outbreak Tied to Romaine Lettuce Expands to 16 States

A romaine lettuce field near Somerton, Ariz., in 2016. To pinpoint the exact source of the E. coli, investigators would need samples of the tainted lettuce itself.
Men Arrested at Starbucks Hope to Ensure ‘This Situation Doesn’t Happen Again’

Men Arrested at Starbucks Hope to Ensure ‘This Situation Doesn’t Happen Again’

Rashon Nelson, left, and Donte Robinson were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks on suspicion of trespassing. They said they were not told by the police why they were being escorted out.
Cleo Wade Is Everybody’s BFF

Cleo Wade Is Everybody’s BFF

Cleo Wade at her bohemian apartment, which overlooks Tompkins Square Park in the East Village of Manhattan.
Review: ‘I Feel Pretty’ Doesn’t Even Go Skin Deep

Review: ‘I Feel Pretty’ Doesn’t Even Go Skin Deep

In “I Feel Pretty,” Amy Schumer stars as woman who suffers a knockout blow and wakes up feeling oh so you know.
Fidel Died and Raúl Resigned, but Castros Still Hold Sway in Cuba

Fidel Died and Raúl Resigned, but Castros Still Hold Sway in Cuba

Fidel Castro, center, clasped hands with his brother, President Raúl Castro, right, and the second secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, José Ramón Machado Ventura, at a
Greek Court Upends Rules Limiting Migrants’ Movements

Greek Court Upends Rules Limiting Migrants’ Movements

Asylum seekers from Syria and Afghanistan playing football last month at a camp on the Greek island of Lesbos.
He Won $1 Million to Make a Movie. Then the Problems Set in.

He Won $1 Million to Make a Movie. Then the Problems Set in.

Winning a $1 million grant to make his film was “much different than winning the lottery,” Faraday Okoro said, “because I still had to make the movie for it to mean anything. And I could really feel
Op-Ed Contributors: How Big Forests Solve Global Problems

Op-Ed Contributors: How Big Forests Solve Global Problems

A tropical rainforest with a small river inside the heart of Madidi national park, Bolivia.
Police Kill Black Man With Barrage of Bullets Outside California Walmart

Police Kill Black Man With Barrage of Bullets Outside California Walmart

Mourners in Barstow, Calif., protested the killing of Diante Yarber this month.
Who Is Miguel Díaz-Canel, Cuba’s New President?

Who Is Miguel Díaz-Canel, Cuba’s New President?

Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez in line with his wife, Lis Cuesta, and local residents before voting in national and provincial elections in Santa Clara, Cuba, last month.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Well-Bred Yankee Embraced by Houston

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Well-Bred Yankee Embraced by Houston

Barbara Bush watching the Astros in Houston during the 2017 World Series.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Standing Up at Your Desk Could Make You Smarter

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Standing Up at Your Desk Could Make You Smarter

In one study researchers found significant improvement in executive function and working memory by working at a standing desk.
The Week in Good News: The Boston Marathon, Kendrick Lamar, a Honeybee Delivery

The Week in Good News: The Boston Marathon, Kendrick Lamar, a Honeybee Delivery

Sarah Sellers, right, at about mile 24 of the Boston Marathon. “I want to run another marathon,” she said. “On a faster course — and in better weather.”