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Dan Weiss’s Starebaby Mines the Loud Ground Where Jazz and Metal Meet

Dan Weiss’s Starebaby Mines the Loud Ground Where Jazz and Metal Meet

Dan Weiss onstage at the New School in January. His quintet, Starebaby, blends metal and jazz influences on its self-titled album.
New Trial Upheld for Adnan Syed of ‘Serial’

New Trial Upheld for Adnan Syed of ‘Serial’

Adnan Syed leaves the Baltimore City Circuit Courthouse in Baltimore, on Feb. 5, 2016. An appeals court ruled on Thursday that Mr. Syed, the subject of the first season of “Serial,” should be granted
A Quick Online Divorce for $60? Not So Fast, Denmark Says

A Quick Online Divorce for $60? Not So Fast, Denmark Says

An art installation in Copenhagen. Under new rules set to go into effect next year, Danish couples who have children and who decide to dissolve their marriage will be required to observe a three-month
Expelling Diplomats, a Furious Kremlin Escalates a Crisis

Expelling Diplomats, a Furious Kremlin Escalates a Crisis

Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov of Russia on Thursday said Moscow had called for a meeting of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons over the poisoning of a former Russian spy and
Venezuela, Accustomed to Tragedy, Is Shaken Again by Horrific Jail Fire

Venezuela, Accustomed to Tragedy, Is Shaken Again by Horrific Jail Fire

Relatives of prisoners waiting outside the police station where the fire broke out.
Britain Signals Harder Look at Wealthy Russians and Russian Wealth

Britain Signals Harder Look at Wealthy Russians and Russian Wealth

Russians waiting at the Russian Embassy in London to cast their votes in the presidential election this month. The British government said this week it would review the cases of 700 Russians who were
Afghan Hunger Strikers Demand Cease-Fire: ‘Our Blood Is Finished’

Afghan Hunger Strikers Demand Cease-Fire: ‘Our Blood Is Finished’

An attack on a crowd leaving a wrestling match in Lashkar Gah, Afghanistan, on Friday killed at least 14 and wounded more than 40, including many children. Peace protesters have camped near the site.
Anti-Semitism Accusations Taint Labour Party, Once Home to U.K.’s Jews

Anti-Semitism Accusations Taint Labour Party, Once Home to U.K.’s Jews

A rally in London on Monday against anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. One Labour lawmaker said anti-Semitism in the party was “more conspicuous, more commonplace and more corrosive” than at any time
Napping in a New York Minute

Napping in a New York Minute

An employee partakes of the nap room at Thrive Global, Arianna Huffington’s wellness website.

How a Rising Rock Band Shops for Vintage

Sunflower Bean takes T on a tour of their favorite hometown stores.
Snooki, JWoww and the Crew Return to MTV in ‘Jersey Shore Family Vacation’

Snooki, JWoww and the Crew Return to MTV in ‘Jersey Shore Family Vacation’

Five years after MTV retired the lovably loutish young men and women of “Jersey Shore,” the network has reunited them in Miami Beach.
Common Sense: Facebook Falls From Grace, and Investors’ Stock Holdings Tumble Too

Common Sense: Facebook Falls From Grace, and Investors’ Stock Holdings Tumble Too

Mark Zuckerberg’s company has lost $100 billion in market capitalization since hitting its peak on Feb. 2.
Yulia Skripal, Poisoned Daughter of Ex-Spy, Is Out of Critical Condition

Yulia Skripal, Poisoned Daughter of Ex-Spy, Is Out of Critical Condition

A picture of Yulia Skripal obtained from her Facebook account. She “continues to receive expert clinical care 24 hours a day,” a hospital statement said.
Trilobites: Why Do Cracking Knuckles Make That Noise? You Might Need a Calculator

Trilobites: Why Do Cracking Knuckles Make That Noise? You Might Need a Calculator

Scans from a M.R.I. machine in a 2015 study that looked at what happened inside a knuckle when it cracked.
To Avoid More Racist Hoodies, Retailers Seek Diversity

To Avoid More Racist Hoodies, Retailers Seek Diversity

Annie Wu was hired as H&M’s diversity manager after the company was taken to task for a hoodie that raised complaints of racism.