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Will Alsop, Architectural Provocateur, Is Dead at 70

Will Alsop, Architectural Provocateur, Is Dead at 70

The architect Will Alsop, who brought zany playfulness and bold colors to his designs.
Santa Fe High’s Baseball Team Takes the Field, Shadowed by Tragedy

Santa Fe High’s Baseball Team Takes the Field, Shadowed by Tragedy

Santa Fe High School players expressed emotions after the playoff game Saturday night in Deer Park, Tex. The team’s 7-0 loss to Kingwood Park ended their season.
Once Hated by U.S. and Tied to Iran, Is Sadr Now ‘Face of Reform’ in Iraq?

Once Hated by U.S. and Tied to Iran, Is Sadr Now ‘Face of Reform’ in Iraq?

The Shiite cleric Moktada al-Sadr on his way to vote in the parliamentary election in Najaf, Iraq, on May 12.
Patricia Morison, 103, Dies; Broadway’s First Kate to Be Kissed

Patricia Morison, 103, Dies; Broadway’s First Kate to Be Kissed

Patricia Morison and Alfred Drake in “Kiss Me, Kate,” the 1948 Cole Porter musical that made her a Broadway star.
Critic’s Notebook: Many Giselles, but Only One Osipova

Critic’s Notebook: Many Giselles, but Only One Osipova

Natalia Osipova in American Ballet Theater’s “Giselle.” Her interpretation of the lead role has changed and changed again over the years.
Meghan Markle and the Bicultural Blackness of the Royal Wedding

Meghan Markle and the Bicultural Blackness of the Royal Wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding ceremony in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England.
How Smarter Living Taught Me to Be an Adult

How Smarter Living Taught Me to Be an Adult

Tim Herrera, the editor of The Times's Smarter Living section.
Mueller Hopes Obstruction Inquiry Into Trump May Wrap Up by Sept. 1, Giuliani Says

Mueller Hopes Obstruction Inquiry Into Trump May Wrap Up by Sept. 1, Giuliani Says

Rudolph W. Giuliani, one of President Trump’s personal lawyers, said that investigators have told him that the special counsel wants to wrap up the obstruction portion of his broader Russia
Ai Weiwei Plans Three Los Angeles Exhibitions This Fall

Ai Weiwei Plans Three Los Angeles Exhibitions This Fall

“Cao” (2014), a marble floor sculpture, will appear in Ai Weiwei’s exhibition at the new UTA Artist Space in Beverly Hills, a building he is helping to redesign.
Editorial Observer: Thanks, Meghan Markle, We Needed That

Editorial Observer: Thanks, Meghan Markle, We Needed That

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on the steps of St George's Chapel after their wedding.
A Trinity of Opinions on the Met’s ‘Heavenly Bodies’

A Trinity of Opinions on the Met’s ‘Heavenly Bodies’

The art critic Jason Farago, left, and the columnist Ross Douthat observing a Dior ensemble at the Met Cloisters.
Now Even Japan Is Pushing Back Against Trump’s Tariffs

Now Even Japan Is Pushing Back Against Trump’s Tariffs

A container wharf in Tokyo’s port. Japan is considering filing an official complaint against the United States for tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
The Mafia Reporter With a Police Escort (and the 200 Journalists Like Him)

The Mafia Reporter With a Police Escort (and the 200 Journalists Like Him)

Paolo Borrometi is one of nearly 200 journalists in Italy who live under police protection.
Trump Demands Inquiry Into Whether Justice Dept. ‘Infiltrated or Surveilled’ His Campaign

Trump Demands Inquiry Into Whether Justice Dept. ‘Infiltrated or Surveilled’ His Campaign

In a series of tweets on Sunday morning, President Trump repeated suggestions that the special counsel investigation was a partisan exercise seeking to undermine Republican prospects in the midterm
Pakistan Has Just One New Polio Case, but Isn’t Declaring Victory Yet

Pakistan Has Just One New Polio Case, but Isn’t Declaring Victory Yet

Gul Saima helping her 3-year-old son, Sayyad Karam, outside their home in Dukki, Pakistan. The boy was diagnosed with polio in April, the country’s only new case this year.
REgional Australia, PArt 1 of 2: A Booming Economy With a Tragic Price

REgional Australia, PArt 1 of 2: A Booming Economy With a Tragic Price

The grave of James Guy at a cemetery in the Australian state of Victoria. Mr. Guy hanged himself on the dairy farm that he owned with his wife, Mary.
Trilobites: The Thing Inside Your Cells That Might Determine How Long You Live

Trilobites: The Thing Inside Your Cells That Might Determine How Long You Live

A colored transmission electron micrograph of a human serous cell’s nucleus, with its nucleolus in purple. The nucleolus functions as the sort of brain of the nucleus, making rRNA, a basic ingredient

Unsheltered: What You Need to Know as a New York Tenant

The city’s housing system can be complicated to navigate. Here’s a quick primer on what your rights are and how to exercise them.