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The Plastic Straw Is Losing Status as New York’s Big Sipper

The Plastic Straw Is Losing Status as New York’s Big Sipper

A customer at the Café Grumpy in Chelsea took a straw but no lid. She said she usually carries a glass straw with her.
Op-Ed Columnist: Let Them Eat Trump Steaks

Op-Ed Columnist: Let Them Eat Trump Steaks

Outreach workers deliver food for children in Owsley County, Ky., where a majority of the population gets food stamps and Donald Trump received 84 percent of the 2016 vote.
Review: ‘Patrick Melrose’ Is Flat Despite a Peerless Benedict Cumberbatch

Review: ‘Patrick Melrose’ Is Flat Despite a Peerless Benedict Cumberbatch

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as the troubled but charming title character of “Patrick Melrose,” adapted from the Edward St. Aubyn novels.
As Nuclear Sanctions Loom, ‘Normal Life’ Is Elusive for Iranians

As Nuclear Sanctions Loom, ‘Normal Life’ Is Elusive for Iranians

A Tehran bazaar after President Trump announced that the United States was pulling out of the nuclear deal.
Napping While Black (and Other Transgressions)

Napping While Black (and Other Transgressions)

A wall on Yale’s campus in 2015, around the time that more than 1,000 students, professors and staff members gathered to discuss issues of race and diversity at the school.
Texas Teacher Showed a Photo of Her Wife, and Was Barred From the Classroom

Texas Teacher Showed a Photo of Her Wife, and Was Barred From the Classroom

Stacy Bailey, center, an elementary school art teacher, during a news conference in Dallas on Tuesday. Ms. Bailey was put on leave after she shared a photograph of Julie Vazquez, who is now her wife,
The Cannes Film Festival Opens Amid Disruptions

The Cannes Film Festival Opens Amid Disruptions

Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem in a scene from “Everybody Knows,” directed by Asghar Farhadi.
Art Review: ‘Painted in Mexico’: When a New Art Flourished Far From Mother Spain

Art Review: ‘Painted in Mexico’: When a New Art Flourished Far From Mother Spain

“The Divine Spouse,” an example of Mexican church art by Miguel Cabrera, presents Jesus as a man-child reclining on a bed of flowers. Work from “New Spain” was recognized not as a European knockoff,
Trilobites: The Green-Feathered Terror That Slaughtered Bats in Spain

Trilobites: The Green-Feathered Terror That Slaughtered Bats in Spain

A population of rose-ringed parakeets is growing as they violently displace greater noctules,the largest bat in Europe.
Broadway ‘Mockingbird’ Is Back on Track, as Court Dispute Ends

Broadway ‘Mockingbird’ Is Back on Track, as Court Dispute Ends

The dispute over the stage adaptation of “To Kill a Mockingbird” largely concerned the depiction of Atticus Finch, the lawyer played by Gregory Peck in the 1962 film version of the novel.
Homeless Woman’s Court Fight Inspires 2 City Council Bills

Homeless Woman’s Court Fight Inspires 2 City Council Bills

Angela Castillo, with her son Lucas, 1, challenged the city over her transfer to a different shelter.
Profile: Why Franchesca Ramsey Is Done Feeding the Trolls

Profile: Why Franchesca Ramsey Is Done Feeding the Trolls

“If you want to be a creative in any field, at some point you have to stop listening to what everybody else is saying about what you’re doing and just do.”
Why Iran and Israel Are Clashing in Syria

Why Iran and Israel Are Clashing in Syria

Israeli tanks on Thursday in the Golan Heights.
Critic’s Notebook: Jerome Robbins, the Experimentalist

Critic’s Notebook: Jerome Robbins, the Experimentalist

New York City Ballet dancers in “Dybbuk,” Jerome Robbins’s 1974 dance distillation of S. Ansky’s play.
Southwest Pilot Who Landed Fatal Flight Wasn’t Supposed to Be On It

Southwest Pilot Who Landed Fatal Flight Wasn’t Supposed to Be On It

In an interview with ABC News, the pilots of the Southwest plane whose engine exploded last month described what went through their minds. “As long as you have altitude and ideas, you’re O.K.,”