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A Show About Indigenous Canadians Has a Glaring Omission: Indigenous Canadian Actors

A Show About Indigenous Canadians Has a Glaring Omission: Indigenous Canadian Actors

For the second time this month, the Quebec theater director Robert Lepage is facing criticism over the casting of a show.
Read Lloyd Blankfein’s Farewell Memo to His Goldman Sachs Team

Read Lloyd Blankfein’s Farewell Memo to His Goldman Sachs Team

Lloyd C. Blankfein at the New York Times DealbBook conference in 2014. Mr. Blankfein has announced that he is stepping down as the chief executive of Goldman Sachs in October.
Goldman Sachs Names David Solomon C.E.O. as Blankfein Plans Exit

Goldman Sachs Names David Solomon C.E.O. as Blankfein Plans Exit

David M. Solomon, the sole president of Goldman Sachs since March, could have a transformative role as he succeeds Lloyd C. Blankfein as chief executive.
Right and Left React to the Trump-Putin Meeting

Right and Left React to the Trump-Putin Meeting

Russia’s president, Vladimir V. Putin, offered President Trump a soccer ball during their joint news conference Monday in Helsinki, Finland. Russia just hosted the World Cup tournament.
Why Don’t More Americans Use PrEP?

Why Don’t More Americans Use PrEP?

Truvada, the brand name for a type of pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is up to 99 percent effective at preventing H.I.V. infection.
Annabelle Neilson, Muse of Alexander McQueen, Dies at 49

Annabelle Neilson, Muse of Alexander McQueen, Dies at 49

Annabelle Neilson, center, with Kate Moss, left, and Naomi Campbell during a fashion show in London in 2010 to raise money for Haiti.
E.U. Courts New Partners With Japan Trade Deal

E.U. Courts New Partners With Japan Trade Deal

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan met with Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, left, and Jean-Claude Juncker, his counterpart at the European Commission, before signing a far-reaching
I Was a White House Stenographer. Trump Wasn’t a Fan.

I Was a White House Stenographer. Trump Wasn’t a Fan.

Since the Reagan administration, stenographers have been a constant presence when there’s a reporter in the room with the president.
Australian Housing Costs Rival New York’s, but Boom May Be Ending

Australian Housing Costs Rival New York’s, but Boom May Be Ending

A view of Dover Heights and neighboring areas of central Sydney, Australia. Housing prices have slipped slightly this year in the city after a steep run-up in recent years.
Donald Trump, Netflix, All-Star Game: Your Tuesday Briefing

Donald Trump, Netflix, All-Star Game: Your Tuesday Briefing

A day after the World Cup final in Moscow, President Vladimir Putin of Russia gave President Trump a soccer ball during their news conference in Helsinki, Finland, on Monday. “Mr. President, I’ll give

Live From Beijing: A Disappearing ‘Saturday Night Live’

Less than a month after “Saturday Night Live China” debuted, episodes can no longer be seen on the video-streaming platform that was hosting it.
At Summer Camp With Mozart and Tchaikovsky

At Summer Camp With Mozart and Tchaikovsky

A performance of “Aida” in 2017 at one of the Salzburg Festival’s opera camps. The camps are for children ages 9 to 17.
New York Today: New York Today: A Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreak

New York Today: New York Today: A Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreak

We answer some common questions about Legionnaires’ disease.

Sexual Assault Inside ICE Detention: 2 Survivors Tell Their Stories

Maria and E.D. are among the thousands of migrants who have said they were abused in the past 10 years while in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Trending: At These Hotels and Spas, Cancer Is No Obstacle to Quality Care

Trending: At These Hotels and Spas, Cancer Is No Obstacle to Quality Care

Tofu with salsa verde at The Peninsula Beverly Hills, one of the hotels offering special treatments and food for travelers with cancer.
They Bonded as the Pacific Crest Trail Burned. Now They Heal It.

They Bonded as the Pacific Crest Trail Burned. Now They Heal It.

Mark Beebe and Tara Prevo volunteered to help rebuild part of the Pacific Crest Trail heavily damaged by wildfires.
American-Russian Relations in Syria? Less Rosy Than Trump and Putin Claim

American-Russian Relations in Syria? Less Rosy Than Trump and Putin Claim

Syrian protesters waving Iranian, Russian and Syrian flags during a demonstration against American-led air strikes in Damascus in April.