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On a Day of Funerals in Sri Lanka, Religious Tension Builds

On a Day of Funerals in Sri Lanka, Religious Tension Builds

Family members weeping over a coffin at St. Sebastian’s Church in Negombo on Tuesday.

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘I. Was. So. Over. It.’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
Luke Walton, Coach of Sacramento Kings, Is Accused of Sexual Assault in Lawsuit

Luke Walton, Coach of Sacramento Kings, Is Accused of Sexual Assault in Lawsuit

Luke Walton, who was named head coach of the Sacramento Kings this month, was accused of sexual assault in a lawsuit filed this week. His lawyer called the claim “baseless.”
Interior Department Launches Investigation of Potential Ethics Violations Among Staff

Interior Department Launches Investigation of Potential Ethics Violations Among Staff

The new probe of midlevel Interior Department staff follows an earlier investigation to examine some of the practices of Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, shown above testifying before the Senate.
Stephen Moore’s Paper Trail: Bashing Women, Gay Rights and More

Stephen Moore’s Paper Trail: Bashing Women, Gay Rights and More

Stephen Moore, of the Heritage Foundation, is being considered by President Trump as a possible nominee to the Federal Reserve Board.
Renters Are Mad. Presidential Candidates Have Noticed.

Renters Are Mad. Presidential Candidates Have Noticed.

Elizabeth Warren campaigning in Las Vegas. She has said the housing crisis won’t be solved by “nibbling at the edges.”
Jared Kushner Dismisses Russian Election Interference as ‘Couple of Facebook Ads’

Jared Kushner Dismisses Russian Election Interference as ‘Couple of Facebook Ads’

“Quite frankly, the whole thing is just a big distraction for the country,” Jared Kushner said of the Russia investigation at a Time magazine conference Tuesday in New York.
Japan Has a New Emperor. Now It Needs a Software Update.

Japan Has a New Emperor. Now It Needs a Software Update.

A worker preparing a stamp at a factory in Chiba Prefecture.
Egypt Approves New Muscle for Its Strongman Leader

Egypt Approves New Muscle for Its Strongman Leader

Egyptian men casting their ballots on Monday, the third day of a referendum on constitutional amendments. With the outcome never in doubt, the government has been eager to lift turnout.
Stephen Moore’s Columns Deriding Women Raise New Questions for Trump Fed Pick

Stephen Moore’s Columns Deriding Women Raise New Questions for Trump Fed Pick

Stephen Moore of The Heritage Foundation is a likely nominee for the Federal Reserve Board.
Karina Vetrano’s Killer Is Sentenced to Life, but Maintains ‘I Didn’t Do This’

Karina Vetrano’s Killer Is Sentenced to Life, but Maintains ‘I Didn’t Do This’

Chanel Lewis, right, was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for the murder of a Queens jogger, Karina Vetrano.
The Case for Marsala

The Case for Marsala

Marsala and chicken don’t always have to perform the same old cutlet routine. Use the wine to marinate bone-in thighs to roast with vegetables and serve with greens.

Why Grooms Are Hanging Up the Traditional Tuxedo

Many are walking down the aisle in bolder colors and more creative styles.
Michael Jackson Musical Creators: ‘We’re Not Judge and Jury’

Michael Jackson Musical Creators: ‘We’re Not Judge and Jury’

A billboard for the planned Michael Jackson musical is already up on 44th Street in New York’s theater district.
Navy SEALs Were Warned Against Reporting Their Chief for War Crimes

Navy SEALs Were Warned Against Reporting Their Chief for War Crimes

Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher during a deployment in Iraq in 2017, in a photo provided by his lawyer.
Trump Will Not Release Tax Returns to Congress, Spokesman Says

Trump Will Not Release Tax Returns to Congress, Spokesman Says

President Trump will not comply with a Tuesday deadline set by House Democrats to release his tax returns to Congress, according to the White House.

Pennsylvania Honors the Snot Otter. It’s Not Even the Strangest State Animal.

From parasitic wasps to shark look-alikes, states have honored many distinctive creatures. Often, students were the driving force.
Restaurant Review: Tapping a Family Connection to Indonesian Food

Restaurant Review: Tapping a Family Connection to Indonesian Food

The Rockwell Group, designers of Nobu and other palaces of fusion, work on a more intimate scale at Wayan.