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‘Fearless Girl’ to Move, and She May Take the Wall Street Bull With Her

‘Fearless Girl’ to Move, and She May Take the Wall Street Bull With Her

New York City officials concluded that the “Fearless Girl” statue was creating a traffic hazard, with pedestrians spilling into the streets, and sought a less trafficked area.
Trump’s NASA Nominee, Jim Bridenstine, Confirmed by Senate on Party-Line Vote

Trump’s NASA Nominee, Jim Bridenstine, Confirmed by Senate on Party-Line Vote

Jim Bridenstine, a Republican congressman from Oklahoma, will be the first elected official to lead NASA.
In a Trade War, China Might Boycott U.S. Goods. That Could Backfire.

In a Trade War, China Might Boycott U.S. Goods. That Could Backfire.

A Nike store in Beijing. Many of the goods that Nike and other American companies produce are assembled by Chinese workers.
McCabe Report Is Sent to Prosecutors to Weigh Possible Criminal Inquiry

McCabe Report Is Sent to Prosecutors to Weigh Possible Criminal Inquiry

Andrew G. McCabe, the F.B.I. deputy director at the time, at a Senate hearing in 2017. The Justice Department inspector general concluded in a scathing report that Andrew McCabe, the fired F.B.I.
How Erdogan Wins

How Erdogan Wins

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s portrait on a cigarette case and a lighter at an Istanbul souvenir shop.
Who Are the 3 American Detainees Freed by North Korea?

Who Are the 3 American Detainees Freed by North Korea?

People walked away after paying respects at the statues of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il at Mansu Hill in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Sunday.
Hans Asperger Aided Nazi Child Euthanasia, Study Says

Hans Asperger Aided Nazi Child Euthanasia, Study Says

Hans Asperger in Vienna in 1971. According to a new report, Dr. Asperger participated in the Third Reich’s child-euthanasia program.
Critic’s Notebook: ‘Carousel’ Dances Are a New Feather in the Enigmatic Justin Peck’s Cap

Critic’s Notebook: ‘Carousel’ Dances Are a New Feather in the Enigmatic Justin Peck’s Cap

Amar Ramasar, far right, leads a male ensemble in the high-energy “Blow High, Blow Low” number.
Design Review: At This Museum Show, You’re Encouraged to Follow Your Nose

Design Review: At This Museum Show, You’re Encouraged to Follow Your Nose

When the wall is rubbed it makes music: “Tactile Orchestra” by Roos Meerman on display at the Cooper Hewitt Museum.
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