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The Fancy Footwork of Dressage Freestyle

The Fancy Footwork of Dressage Freestyle

Laura Graves and her 16-year-old Dutch Warmblood, Verdades, finished second at the 2017 World Cup.
Europe Caught in the Middle as Trump Threatens China

Europe Caught in the Middle as Trump Threatens China

Some European companies, like the German carmaker BMW, manufacture in the United States and export to China. Their sales would suffer if China slapped tariffs on American goods.
Congestion Pricing Plan for Manhattan Ran Into Politics. Politics Won.

Congestion Pricing Plan for Manhattan Ran Into Politics. Politics Won.

“It was a massive effort that didn’t work — and couldn’t work — because of the unalterable opposition of legislators in the outer boroughs and suburban areas,” Douglas Muzzio, a Baruch College
The 10-Year Baby Window That Is the Key to the Women’s Pay Gap

The 10-Year Baby Window That Is the Key to the Women’s Pay Gap

Even in families in which both parents work full time, women spend almost double the time as men on child care and housework.
15 Lives Devoted to Hockey: A Look at Who Died in a Crash in Canada

15 Lives Devoted to Hockey: A Look at Who Died in a Crash in Canada

Mourners comforting each other before a vigil at Elgar Petersen Arena, home of the Humboldt Broncos, honoring the players and team personnel killed in a bus crash in Humboldt, Saskatchewan.
Justice Dept., Pressured by Trump, Seeks to Speed Response to Congressional Inquiry

Justice Dept., Pressured by Trump, Seeks to Speed Response to Congressional Inquiry

John Lausch, a United States attorney, will oversee the Justice Department’s production of documents for a congressional inquiry into the F.B.I.’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email case.
Review: ‘Mean Girls’ Sets the Perils of Being Popular to Song

Review: ‘Mean Girls’ Sets the Perils of Being Popular to Song

Erika Henningsen as Cady Heron in the musical “Mean Girls,” adapted by Tina Fey from her screenplay for the cult-favorite 2004 film.
Art Collector and Bon Vivant Dies in Trump Tower Home He Couldn’t Sell

Art Collector and Bon Vivant Dies in Trump Tower Home He Couldn’t Sell

Fire inspectors sifted through the wreckage of a Trump Tower apartment a day after a fatal fire on the 50th floor.
North Korea Said to Offer Direct Assurance It Will Discuss Denuclearization

North Korea Said to Offer Direct Assurance It Will Discuss Denuclearization

Administration officials said the United States government had been working to lay the groundwork for a meeting between President Trump and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, but would offer no
‘You Are the Product’: Targeted by Cambridge Analytica on Facebook

‘You Are the Product’: Targeted by Cambridge Analytica on Facebook

When Christopher Deason took an online survey in 2014, he and his Facebook friends unknowingly became early entries in a database that would eventually encompass tens of millions of Facebook profiles.
Op-Ed Columnist: Horror of Being Governed by ‘Fox & Friends’

Op-Ed Columnist: Horror of Being Governed by ‘Fox & Friends’

From left: Brian Kilmeade, Ainsley Earhardt and Steve Doocy hosting the “Fox & Friends” program last year.
In the N.B.A., the Court and the Canvas Are Increasingly Intertwined

In the N.B.A., the Court and the Canvas Are Increasingly Intertwined

Artist William Villalongo, left, discussing one of his works of art with Caris LeVert and Gardy St. Fleur at the Susan Inglett Gallery in October.
A Town That Lives for Hockey Is Devastated by Humboldt Broncos’ Deaths

A Town That Lives for Hockey Is Devastated by Humboldt Broncos’ Deaths

A memorial at the Elgar Petersen Arena, home to the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team, in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, on Sunday.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Tragedy of James Comey

Op-Ed Columnist: The Tragedy of James Comey

James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee in June.
Nordstrom Opening a New York Store as Other Retailers Close Theirs

Nordstrom Opening a New York Store as Other Retailers Close Theirs

The Calvin Klein boutique space on the second floor of the new Nordstrom men’s store in Manhattan. While other major retailers are closing or reworking their Manhattan stores, Nordstrom is opening
In John Bolton, Trump Finds a Fellow Political Blowtorch. Will Foreign Policy Burn?

In John Bolton, Trump Finds a Fellow Political Blowtorch. Will Foreign Policy Burn?

John R. Bolton, who becomes President Trump’s national security adviser on Monday, has a track record of voicing strong opinions and bruising colleagues’ feelings.