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The ‘Game of Zones’ Guys Knew You Wanted a Bryan Colangelo Episode

The ‘Game of Zones’ Guys Knew You Wanted a Bryan Colangelo Episode

Craig and Adam Malamut, the creators of Bleacher Report’s animated web series “Game of Zones,” are constantly inundated with requests to base shows off news events.
Opinion: Anthony Bourdain Was the Kind of ‘Bad Boy’ We Need More Of

Opinion: Anthony Bourdain Was the Kind of ‘Bad Boy’ We Need More Of

Anthony Bourdain on New York’s Pier 57, where he was planning on building The Bourdain Market, a 100,000-square-foot food hall, in 2015.
Op-Ed Columnist: ‘Tell Them I Was Not Afraid’

Op-Ed Columnist: ‘Tell Them I Was Not Afraid’

On Dec. 15, 1941, thousands of Jews were marched to a beach in Liepaja, Latvia, forced to strip, and shot in groups of 10.
Pixar Co-Founder to Leave Disney After ‘Missteps’

Pixar Co-Founder to Leave Disney After ‘Missteps’

John Lasseter, a co-founder of Pixar, has long been one of Disney’s most important creative executives, serving as a force behind the “Toy Story,” “Cars” and “Frozen” franchises.
Press Groups Criticize the Seizing of a Times Reporter’s Records

Press Groups Criticize the Seizing of a Times Reporter’s Records

Federal prosecutors seized email and phone records from Ali Watkins, a New York Times reporter in Washington, as part of a leak investigation.
America’s Next Great Running Hope, and One of the Cruelest Twists in Youth Sports

America’s Next Great Running Hope, and One of the Cruelest Twists in Youth Sports

At track meets, Katelyn Tuohy, second from right, never seems to stop moving.
About New York: Decades Ago, New York Dug a Moat Around Its Specialized Schools

About New York: Decades Ago, New York Dug a Moat Around Its Specialized Schools

The Bronx High School of Science, one of the city’s specialized high schools. A law passed in 1971 cemented a single, competitive test as the sole means of admission to the elite schools.
Nick Cave Wants You to Work It Out on the Dance Floor

Nick Cave Wants You to Work It Out on the Dance Floor

Charles Grant, one of the performers, dances with the crowd at Nick Cave’s “The Let Go” at the Park Avenue Armory. Mr. Cave said he was inspired by his own disco days, when spending time in clubs was
Before the Smiles, Mounting Tensions Between Trudeau and Trump

Before the Smiles, Mounting Tensions Between Trudeau and Trump

President Trump was greeted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada and his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, after arriving in Canada on Friday for the Group of 7 summit meeting.
Chinese Hackers Steal Unclassified Data From Navy Contractor

Chinese Hackers Steal Unclassified Data From Navy Contractor

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis recently disinvited the Chinese military from a large, multinational naval exercise this summer.
How Suicide Quietly Morphed Into a Public Health Crisis

How Suicide Quietly Morphed Into a Public Health Crisis

A candlelight vigil by family members of a young man who killed himself in Salem, Ore. Medications and psychiatric treatment are more widely available than ever, yet suicides in the United States are
No, the Broadway Musical Isn’t Doomed

No, the Broadway Musical Isn’t Doomed

Danny Skinner as Patrick Star, Ethan Slater as SpongeBob SquarePants and Lilli Cooper as Sandy Cheeks in the musical "SpongeBob SquarePants" on Broadway.
Ex-C.I.A. Officer Is Convicted of Spying for China

Ex-C.I.A. Officer Is Convicted of Spying for China

A former C.I.A. case officer faces life in prison after he was found guilty of espionage charges and lying to the F.B.I. about his contacts with Chinese intelligence.
At Gaza Protests: Kites, Drones, Gas, Guns and the Occasional Bomb

At Gaza Protests: Kites, Drones, Gas, Guns and the Occasional Bomb

Flaming tails turn kites used by Palestinians into weapons, ones that Israel has struggled to defend itself against.
Judge Denies Trump’s Secrecy Claim in Review of Cohen Documents

Judge Denies Trump’s Secrecy Claim in Review of Cohen Documents

Judge Kimba M. Wood has denied President Trump’s secrecy claim involving the materials collected from Michael Cohen, which include data files and contents from one of Mr. Cohen’s shredders.
New Jersey Teacher Left $1 Million Gift to Students in Her Will

New Jersey Teacher Left $1 Million Gift to Students in Her Will

An undated photo of Genevieve Via Cava provided by Richard Jablonski, a friend. “She didn’t have too many people,” he said. “She was a rough-exterior type of a person. But she could light up a room.”
The Best of Anthony Bourdain

The Best of Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain in Hanoi, Vietnam, in May 2016.