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The Paris Review Names a New Editor: Emily Nemens of The Southern Review

The Paris Review Names a New Editor: Emily Nemens of The Southern Review

Emily Nemens’s eclectic taste and creative ambitions proved to be a draw for the Paris Review board, which chose her over a pool of candidates better known in New York’s literary circles.
Review: An Orchestral Odyssey Through Chaos and Beauty

Review: An Orchestral Odyssey Through Chaos and Beauty

The conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen and the composer Anna Thorvaldsdottir speak about her work “Metacosmos” before its premiere with the New York Philharmonic on Wednesday.
Queen Letizia and Queen Sofía Face Off, and Spain Is Aghast

Queen Letizia and Queen Sofía Face Off, and Spain Is Aghast

Queen Letizia, right, with her daughters, Princess Sofía and Princess Leonor, and the girls’ grandmother Queen Sofía at Palma Cathedral in Mallorca on Easter Sunday.
2018 Masters Leaderboard: The First Round, Hole-by-Hole

2018 Masters Leaderboard: The First Round, Hole-by-Hole

Jordan Spieth walks off his birdie putt on No. 13. Spieth made five straight birdies on the back nine and leads the Masters by two strokes.
Teenage Vandals Were Sentenced to Read Books. Here’s What One Learned.

Teenage Vandals Were Sentenced to Read Books. Here’s What One Learned.

A group painted the Ashburn Colored School after vandalism in 2016.
The Week in Good News: Sweater Man, Matt Parziale and Snow Monkeys

The Week in Good News: Sweater Man, Matt Parziale and Snow Monkeys

Charles Best, founder and chief executive of DonorsChoose.org, emailed Ripple’s chief executive to make an ambitious request. “I just hope you don’t mind my swinging for the fences,” he wrote.
Growing Crisis Threatens Scott Pruitt, E.P.A. Chief, as Top Aides Eye the Exits

Growing Crisis Threatens Scott Pruitt, E.P.A. Chief, as Top Aides Eye the Exits

Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection Agency administrator, with his top policy adviser, Samantha Dravis, at Trump Tower in 2016. Ms. Dravis has resigned.
Review: The Kids Are All Right in ‘Blockers.’ The Parents Are Dopes.

Review: The Kids Are All Right in ‘Blockers.’ The Parents Are Dopes.

From left, Miles Robbins, Geraldine Viswanathan, Kathryn Newton, Graham Phillips, Gideon Adlon and Jimmy Bellinger.
Why China Is Confident It Can Beat Trump in a Trade War

Why China Is Confident It Can Beat Trump in a Trade War

Imported soybeans at a port in Nantong, China. The latest Chinese tariffs were intended to deliver a warning that American producers and consumers would pay in a trade war.
Surgeon General Urges Americans to Carry Drug That Stops Opioid Overdoses

Surgeon General Urges Americans to Carry Drug That Stops Opioid Overdoses

A kit containing naloxone, the opioid overdose antidote that the surgeon general is advising more Americans to keep nearby.
11 Shows We’ll Be Talking About in April

11 Shows We’ll Be Talking About in April

Evan Rachel Wood and James Marsden in “Westworld.”
There’s No Seder Like a Showbiz Seder

There’s No Seder Like a Showbiz Seder

The actor Daniel J. Watts, standing at center, performs during the Seder.

Tune In, Turn Out: I Hacked an Election. So Can the Russians.

It’s time America’s leaders got serious about voting security.
Trump v. California: The Biggest Legal Clashes

Trump v. California: The Biggest Legal Clashes

Smog blanketing downtown Los Angeles. The next major court fight between California and the Trump administration may involve greenhouse gas emissions.

Sally Yates Says While ‘Elections Have Consequences,’ Trump Goes Too Far

Ms. Yates, the acting attorney general fired by President Trump for refusing to defend his travel ban, said in a TimesTalks conversation that he is breaking democratic norms.
Making the Sound of Silence in ‘A Quiet Place’

Making the Sound of Silence in ‘A Quiet Place’

John Krasinski, left, and Noah Jupe in “A Quiet Place,” in which voices or other sounds attract the attention of deadly creatures.
Unbuttoned: Buzzed: The Politics of Hair

Unbuttoned: Buzzed: The Politics of Hair

Emma González, a survivor of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., at the March for Our Lives rally.