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Scientist Behind Dolly the Sheep, a Key to Parkinson’s Research, Has the Disease Himself

Scientist Behind Dolly the Sheep, a Key to Parkinson’s Research, Has the Disease Himself

An undated photograph of Dr. Ian Wilmut with Dolly the sheep at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh.
64 Pounds of Trash Killed a Sperm Whale in Spain, Scientists Say

64 Pounds of Trash Killed a Sperm Whale in Spain, Scientists Say

A young sperm whale washed ashore in late February in Cape Palos, a port city in southeast Spain.
Review: ‘Lost in Space,’ This Time With More Company

Review: ‘Lost in Space,’ This Time With More Company

Toby Stephens, left, and Maxwell Jenkins in Netflix’s reboot of “Lost in Space,” debuting Friday.
Lawmakers’ Letter Claims Further Spending Abuses by the E.P.A. Head, Scott Pruitt

Lawmakers’ Letter Claims Further Spending Abuses by the E.P.A. Head, Scott Pruitt

Scott Pruitt, right, the Environmental Protection Agency administrator, at a cabinet meeting at the White House this week.
News Analysis: ‘Our Bodies, Ourselves’? It’s Shelved

News Analysis: ‘Our Bodies, Ourselves’? It’s Shelved

An early cover of the women’s health book “Our Bodies, Ourselves,” published by the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective.
Matter: All by Itself, the Humble Sweet Potato Colonized the World

Matter: All by Itself, the Humble Sweet Potato Colonized the World

The distribution of the sweet potato plant has baffled scientists. How could the plant arise from a wild ancestor in the Americas and wind up on islands across the Pacific?
Wheels: Professionals Make Car Buying Easy, but You Have to Shop Around

Wheels: Professionals Make Car Buying Easy, but You Have to Shop Around

Jeffry Melnick of Palm Springs, Calif., didn’t want the anxiety of haggling for a car, so he called Authority Auto to do it for him. The service got the Mercedes he wanted at a price he could pay.
The Pour: On His Own, the Burgundy Iconoclast Laurent Ponsot Looks to Big Projects

The Pour: On His Own, the Burgundy Iconoclast Laurent Ponsot Looks to Big Projects

Laurent Ponsot, at the Griotte-Chambertin Grand Cru vineyard, wants to produce wines that people will enjoy for their beauty and not their price.
Senators Urge Pompeo to Avoid Trump’s ‘Worst Instincts’ at State Department

Senators Urge Pompeo to Avoid Trump’s ‘Worst Instincts’ at State Department

Mike Pompeo left the Senate Foreign Relations Committee after his confirmation hearing to become secretary of state on Thursday.
Hungry City: Rice Balls, Subtle and Showy Alike, at Omusubi Gonbei

Hungry City: Rice Balls, Subtle and Showy Alike, at Omusubi Gonbei

The distinction here is the rice, which is grown in Japan without pesticides or chemical fertilizers, then shipped unprocessed and milled only once on the premises, to retain its flavor.
ESPN Tries to Get With a Mobile, App-Driven World

ESPN Tries to Get With a Mobile, App-Driven World

Can an ESPN streaming service succeed without premium games like those on “Sunday Night Baseball,” with Alex Rodriguez and Jessica Mendoza?
The Artists Who Brought Asian-Americans Into the Annals of Contemporary Art

The Artists Who Brought Asian-Americans Into the Annals of Contemporary Art

Tseng Kwong Chi’s “New York, NY 1984 (Veterans Day Parade),” from his “East Meets West” self-portrait series (1979-1989).
Moscow Journal: In Russia, a ‘Special Highway’ Helps the Privileged Avoid Traffic

Moscow Journal: In Russia, a ‘Special Highway’ Helps the Privileged Avoid Traffic

On a road linking the Kremlin and the official residence of the Russian president, a central lane is reserved for cars of important officials.
Op-Ed Contributor: Appointing Yet Another White, Male Director Is a Missed Opportunity for the Met

Op-Ed Contributor: Appointing Yet Another White, Male Director Is a Missed Opportunity for the Met

Max Hollein, who has been named the next director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
After Cambridge Analytica, Privacy Experts Get to Say ‘I Told You So’

After Cambridge Analytica, Privacy Experts Get to Say ‘I Told You So’

Facebook’s offices in Menlo Park, Calif. The disclosure that the personal data of up to 87 million Facebook users was improperly harvested by the consulting firm Cambridge Analytica has given privacy
On His New HBO Show, Wyatt Cenac Addresses His ‘Problem Areas’

On His New HBO Show, Wyatt Cenac Addresses His ‘Problem Areas’

Wyatt Cenac’s new show has a laid-back energy that’s very different from other late-night programs.
Schubert’s Sonatas, and a Pianist, Come Into Their Own

Schubert’s Sonatas, and a Pianist, Come Into Their Own

“If you don’t get into the timelessness of its pace, you’re missing a very special thing about Schubert,” says Shai Wosner, who is playing the composer’s piano music at the 92nd Street Y.
Mattis Tries to Put Brakes on Possible Syria Strike, to ‘Keep This From Escalating’

Mattis Tries to Put Brakes on Possible Syria Strike, to ‘Keep This From Escalating’

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis testified before the House Armed Services Committee on Thursday.
California Today: California Today: Could the State Weather a Recession?

California Today: California Today: Could the State Weather a Recession?

John Chiang, the California state treasurer, is running for governor.

Baby in China Is Born to Surrogate 4 Years After His Parents’ Deaths

After a long legal battle, the parents of the deceased couple sued for the release of embryos conceived in vitro, and turned to a surrogacy agency in Laos.