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Antonio Banderas Doesn’t Think You’ll Remember Him. Not Yet.

Antonio Banderas Doesn’t Think You’ll Remember Him. Not Yet.

Antonio Banderas, who is playing his boyhood hero Pablo Picasso in NatGeo’s “Genius: Picasso.” Both men are from Málaga, Spain.
Best of Late Night: James Comey Tells Colbert Why Trump’s Presidency Is ‘Not O.K.’

Best of Late Night: James Comey Tells Colbert Why Trump’s Presidency Is ‘Not O.K.’

Over red wine served in paper cups, James Comey told Stephen Colbert what it had felt like to be fired as F.B.I. director.
Climate Lawsuits, Once Limited to the Coasts, Jump Inland

Climate Lawsuits, Once Limited to the Coasts, Jump Inland

A Suncor Energy refinery in Commerce City, Colo. Two counties and a city in Colorado are suing Suncor and Exxon Mobil, saying the companies’ burning of fossil fuels puts an undue burden on local
Pursuits: A Birder’s Paradise in Zimbabwe

Pursuits: A Birder’s Paradise in Zimbabwe

Granite outcroppings at Matobo National Park, a 163-square-mile wilderness.
Heads Up: Sedona for Serenity, Spas and Now Syrahs

Heads Up: Sedona for Serenity, Spas and Now Syrahs

In the wine region near Sedona, a vineyard is visible near the boutique D.A. Ranch in Cornville, Ariz.
In Pro-Trump Tennessee, Democrats Count on a Familiar Face to Flip a Senate Seat

In Pro-Trump Tennessee, Democrats Count on a Familiar Face to Flip a Senate Seat

Phil Bredesen, the Democratic former governor of Tennessee, met with students from the University of Tennessee while campaigning for Senate this month in Knoxville.
A Rule Is Changed for Young Immigrants, and Green Card Hopes Fade

A Rule Is Changed for Young Immigrants, and Green Card Hopes Fade

Romain, 23, from Burkina Faso, says he was abandoned by his uncle after coming to the United States. Immigration authorities have rejected his application for a green card.
For Albuquerque’s Headbanger Mayor, Power Comes in Power Chords

For Albuquerque’s Headbanger Mayor, Power Comes in Power Chords

Tim Keller, the Albuquerque mayor, on stage during a concert by the band Trivium.
Feature: Can Dirt Save the Earth?

Feature: Can Dirt Save the Earth?

A steaming pile of manure mixed with straw bedding at West Marin Compost in Marin County, Calif.
Hanky Panky, Made in the U.S.A. Since 1977

Hanky Panky, Made in the U.S.A. Since 1977

Waverly Richardson, who has worked for Hanky Panky for 15 years, spreads fabric at the company's multi-use warehouse in Queens.
Lens: An Army Veteran Confronts His Own Trauma With a Camera

Lens: An Army Veteran Confronts His Own Trauma With a Camera

Brandon, a U.S. Army staff sergeant, playing a game of pool in the recreation room after a long day of group therapy.
China Conducts War Games, and Taiwan Is the Target

China Conducts War Games, and Taiwan Is the Target

Chinese state media released this photo from the country’s largest naval exercises in decades, carried out last week off Hainan Island. An analyst compared those exercises to a military parade, but
Trump, in Another Apparent Reversal, Says Trans-Pacific Trade Pact Has ‘Too Many Contingencies’

Trump, in Another Apparent Reversal, Says Trans-Pacific Trade Pact Has ‘Too Many Contingencies’

President Trump and the first lady, Melania Trump, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan and his wife, Akie Abe, on Tuesday at the president’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.
The Nurse Who Took a Very Different Route to 2nd Place in the Boston Marathon

The Nurse Who Took a Very Different Route to 2nd Place in the Boston Marathon

Sarah Sellers, right, at about mile 24 of the Boston Marathon, on her way to a stunning second-place finish for someone who is not an elite racer.
Inside Cambridge Analytica’s Virtual Currency Plans

Inside Cambridge Analytica’s Virtual Currency Plans

Alexander Nix oversaw Cambridge Analytica’s effort to develop its own virtual currency when he was the company’s chief executive.
‘Windrush Generation,’ Fearful Over Status, Gets U.K. Apology

‘Windrush Generation,’ Fearful Over Status, Gets U.K. Apology

Prime Minister Andrew Holness of Jamaica, center, talked with reporters in London about the plight of Caribbeans who have lived in Britain legally for decades but have trouble documenting their
Missouri’s Governor Was Already in Trouble. A New Felony Claim Adds to That.

Missouri’s Governor Was Already in Trouble. A New Felony Claim Adds to That.

Gov. Eric Greitens of Missouri, who on Tuesday called claims that he illegally used a charity’s donor list “ridiculous.”
Memo From Jerusalem: Israel Celebrates Its 70th Israeli Style: With Rancor and Bickering

Memo From Jerusalem: Israel Celebrates Its 70th Israeli Style: With Rancor and Bickering

An Israeli Air Force aerobatic team rehearsing on Monday for Israel’s 70th Independence Day celebration.