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New York Has 7 Billion Reasons to Worry About a Census Question

New York Has 7 Billion Reasons to Worry About a Census Question

Joseph Salvo, the chief demographer for New York City’s Department of Planning, worries that a question about citizenship on the 2020 census could lead to an inaccurate count in the city.
Critic’s Notebook: Charleston Needs That African American Museum. And Now.

Critic’s Notebook: Charleston Needs That African American Museum. And Now.

Michael Boulware Moore, president of the International African American Museum, at Gadsden’s Wharf, where African slaves once arrived. If the remaining funding comes, the museum will be built there.
What to Pack for a Trip to Budapest

What to Pack for a Trip to Budapest

Costes Downtown offers top-shelf Continental cuisine highlighting many of Hungary’s renowned products.
California Today: California Today: Sacramento Mayor Questions Police Training

California Today: California Today: Sacramento Mayor Questions Police Training

Stevante Clark, the brother of Stephon Clark, at the Sacramento district attorney’s office on Wednesday. Stephon was shot by officers responding to a vandalism call.
Trump Attacks Amazon, Saying It Does Not Pay Enough Taxes

Trump Attacks Amazon, Saying It Does Not Pay Enough Taxes

Amazon and the company’s founder, Jeff Bezos, are among President Trump’s regular Twitter targets.
John Legend and the ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ Cast on Faith and Musicals

John Legend and the ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ Cast on Faith and Musicals

A live concert version of “Jesus Christ Superstar” will air Sunday night on NBC.
In Arizona Race, Conservatives View Stormy Daniels as a ‘Little Hard to Believe’

In Arizona Race, Conservatives View Stormy Daniels as a ‘Little Hard to Believe’

Debbie Lesko, the Republican candidate in Arizona’s Eighth Congressional District, is trying to attract supporters of President Trump.
Malala Yousafzai Returns to Pakistan for First Time Since Attack

Malala Yousafzai Returns to Pakistan for First Time Since Attack

Malala Yousafzai in Birmingham, England, in 2014. She has returned to Pakistan for the first time since the Taliban critically wounded her — and ensured a global audience for her education advocacy —
Op-Ed Columnist: Character Should Still Matter

Op-Ed Columnist: Character Should Still Matter

Vice President Mike Pence with President Trump at the White House last week. During the campaign, Mr. Pence declared, “Character matters to the presidency and Donald Trump will bring the highest level
New York Today: New York Today: Managing the Major Leagues

New York Today: New York Today: Managing the Major Leagues

Aaron Boone of the Yankees, left, and Mickey Callaway of the Mets.
Ronny Jackson, North Korea, ‘Roseanne’: Your Thursday Briefing

Ronny Jackson, North Korea, ‘Roseanne’: Your Thursday Briefing

Dr. Ronny Jackson has been nominated to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs. He is thought to have made a good impression on President Trump when announcing the results of his boss’s medical exam
Op-Ed Columnist: Jeremy Corbyn, Accidental Anti-Semite

Op-Ed Columnist: Jeremy Corbyn, Accidental Anti-Semite

Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain’s Labour Party, speaking at a local campaign event last week. Members of the Jewish community protested against him with signs that mocked the party’s slogan, changing
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The 2016 Exit Polls Led Us to Misinterpret the 2016 Election

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The 2016 Exit Polls Led Us to Misinterpret the 2016 Election

Voters casting their ballots at the Mile Branch Grange in Alliance, Ohio, on Nov. 8, 2016.
German Theater Review: In Munich and Stuttgart, Directors Give the Classics a Twist

German Theater Review: In Munich and Stuttgart, Directors Give the Classics a Twist

“Die Räuber,” directed by Ulrich Rasche at the Residenz Theater in Munich.
India Spurns the Dalai Lama’s Celebration, Worried About China

India Spurns the Dalai Lama’s Celebration, Worried About China

The Dalai Lama at a Tibetan Buddhist temple in McLeod Ganj, India, in August. India has sheltered the Dalai Lama and his followers since a Chinese crackdown on Tibetans 60 years ago.
‘Kiss Up, Kick Down’: Those Recalling Bolton’s U.N. Confirmation Process Say He Hasn’t Changed

‘Kiss Up, Kick Down’: Those Recalling Bolton’s U.N. Confirmation Process Say He Hasn’t Changed

Senators Christopher J. Dodd, far right, and Joseph R. Biden Jr. during a Senate committee hearing in April 2005 over Mr. Bolton’s nomination as ambassador to the United Nations.
Family’s S.U.V. Plunges Off Cliff, and Death Toll Is Feared to Be 8

Family’s S.U.V. Plunges Off Cliff, and Death Toll Is Feared to Be 8

Jennifer and Sarah Hart with their children. The California Highway Patrol said the women and three of their children died when their vehicle went off a cliff Monday along Highway 1. The bodies of the