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Skin Deep: Danai Gurira Doesn’t Do Contouring

Skin Deep: Danai Gurira Doesn’t Do Contouring

Danai Gurira played General Okoye in “Black Panther,” and will be reprising the role for “Avengers: Infinity War,” out later this month.

Watch NASA and SpaceX Launch TESS, a Planet-Hunting Satellite

The spacecraft will scan the sky for planets orbiting nearby star systems, another step in the long search for signs of life in the Milky Way. The launch on Wednesday was postponed from Monday.
With Choice of New Director, the Met Gets a Scholar and a Showman

With Choice of New Director, the Met Gets a Scholar and a Showman

Max Hollein, as director of Frankfurt’s Städel Museum, above, raised money for a new wing by persuading the citizens to help build it. He wore yellow rainboots everywhere and encouraged supporters to
Russia Tried to Shut Down Telegram. Websites Were Collateral Damage.

Russia Tried to Shut Down Telegram. Websites Were Collateral Damage.

Demonstrators threw paper airplanes — the corporate symbol for Telegram — in front of the Moscow headquarters of the F.S.B., Russia’s secret police, to protest a ban on the popular messaging app.
Puerto Rico Is Once Again Hit by an Islandwide Blackout

Puerto Rico Is Once Again Hit by an Islandwide Blackout

A worker repaired a power line in San Juan, P.R., on Wednesday. A major failure had knocked out the electricity across Puerto Rico.
Southwest Pilot of Flight 1380 Is Navy Veteran Hailed for Her ‘Nerves of Steel’

Southwest Pilot of Flight 1380 Is Navy Veteran Hailed for Her ‘Nerves of Steel’

Capt. Tammie Jo Shults pictured last year. She was one of the first female fighter pilots in the Navy three decades ago.
Raúl Castro Prepares to Resign as Cuba’s President, Closing a Dynasty

Raúl Castro Prepares to Resign as Cuba’s President, Closing a Dynasty

President Raúl Castro, left, taking part in a session of the National Assembly in Havana on Wednesday.
Provoking, or Pondering? What Makes the Best Satire?

Provoking, or Pondering? What Makes the Best Satire?

Fifty-three drawings by Georges Wolinski that explore the famously combative cartoonist’s more philosophical side are on display at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris through May 13.
Review: At Lar Lubovitch’s Golden Anniversary, No Surprises

Review: At Lar Lubovitch’s Golden Anniversary, No Surprises

Barton Cowperthwaite and Nicole Marie Corea (center) with fellow members of the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company in the premiere of “Something About Night” at the Joyce Theater.
Cuomo Plans to Restore Voting Rights to Paroled Felons

Cuomo Plans to Restore Voting Rights to Paroled Felons

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Wednesday he will issue an executive order pardoning felons on parole in a move to restore voting rights to more than 35,000 New Yorkers. “With active intervention, we
Top Finance Official in Japan Resigns Over Harassment Accusations

Top Finance Official in Japan Resigns Over Harassment Accusations

Junichi Fukuda, the administrative vice minister in Japan’s Finance Ministry, said accusations that he had sexually harassed female journalists were “not factual.”
Op-Ed Contributor: Fixing the ‘Involuntary Housewife Visa’

Op-Ed Contributor: Fixing the ‘Involuntary Housewife Visa’

A newly sworn in United States citizen listening to a speech at a naturalization ceremony for new citizens.
If North Korea Talks Are Not Fruitful, ‘I Will Respectfully Leave,’ Trump Says

If North Korea Talks Are Not Fruitful, ‘I Will Respectfully Leave,’ Trump Says

President Trump with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan on Wednesday at Mar-a-Lago, Fla. The president continued to express optimism about sitting down with the leader of North Korea.
Erdogan, Seeking to Solidify Power in Turkey, Calls for Early Elections

Erdogan, Seeking to Solidify Power in Turkey, Calls for Early Elections

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey during his party’s weekly meeting in Ankara on Tuesday. He has been trying to increase the authority of the presidency in his country.