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Bobbi Brown Is Ready to Slay the Wellness Industry. Nicely.

Bobbi Brown Is Ready to Slay the Wellness Industry. Nicely.

Don’t play “Misty” for her just yet: Bobbi Brown at her new headquarters in Montclair, N.J.
Russia’s Feared ‘Night Wolves’ Bike Gang Came to Bosnia. Bosnia Giggled.

Russia’s Feared ‘Night Wolves’ Bike Gang Came to Bosnia. Bosnia Giggled.

Members of the Night Wolves motorcycle gang visiting a monastery in Serbia. The gang’s tour, funded with a grant from the Kremlin, was billed as a “pilgrimage” meant to showcase the shared Orthodox
Tiger Woods Is Back. Will Sponsors Buy In?

Tiger Woods Is Back. Will Sponsors Buy In?

At the Valspar Championship in early March, Tiger Woods was in contention until the final hole, attracting huge crowds along the way.
14 Million Visitors to U.S. Face Social Media Screening

14 Million Visitors to U.S. Face Social Media Screening

The Trump administration said Friday that it planned to require nearly all applicants for a visa to enter the United States to submit their social-media user names for the past five years.
Notre Dame, a UConn Nemesis, Topples the Huskies in a Final Four Thriller

Notre Dame, a UConn Nemesis, Topples the Huskies in a Final Four Thriller

Notre Dame’s Arike Ogunbowale in the second half against Connecticut on Friday. She finished with 27 points and the game-winning shot.
Tesla Says Crashed Vehicle Had Been on Autopilot Before Fatal Accident

Tesla Says Crashed Vehicle Had Been on Autopilot Before Fatal Accident

A fiery crash killed a Tesla driver last week in California. Tesla said its Autopilot feature had been turned on before the crash.
Vermont Legislature Passes Sweeping Gun Restrictions

Vermont Legislature Passes Sweeping Gun Restrictions

The waiting area before the Sportsmen’s Legislative Mixer on March 13 in Montpelier, Vt. State lawmakers, in the face of opposition from sportsman groups, approved a sweeping package of new gun
Scott Pruitt, E.P.A. Chief, Rented Residence From Wife of Energy Lobbyist

Scott Pruitt, E.P.A. Chief, Rented Residence From Wife of Energy Lobbyist

Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, has been the subject of questions from the House Oversight Committee about his travel expenses.
Editorial: A Colder War With Russia?

Editorial: A Colder War With Russia?

The United States consulate in St. Petersburg, which Russia announced will be closed.
Trump Orders State Dept. to Suspend Funds for Syria Recovery

Trump Orders State Dept. to Suspend Funds for Syria Recovery

American forces stationed at an outpost north of Manbij, Syria. Coalition forces have been deployed to Syria to fight, alongside their Kurdish militia allies, against the Islamic State.

Police Release New Body Camera Footage of Alton Sterling Shooting

The video shows Officer Blane Salamoni repeatedly telling Mr. Sterling he is going to shoot him in the head. Moments later, Mr. Sterling is hit by a Taser and then fatally shot.
Op-Ed Contributor: Vermont Town Seeks a Heart, and Soul (Also Milk and Eggs)

Op-Ed Contributor: Vermont Town Seeks a Heart, and Soul (Also Milk and Eggs)

Dick and Sue Collitt are selling the Ripton Country Store in Vermont, which they have owned since 1976.
Albany Strikes Budget Deal That Sidesteps Trump’s Tax Plan

Albany Strikes Budget Deal That Sidesteps Trump’s Tax Plan

Many of the elements in the $168 billion budget deal were scaled-back versions of promises Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo had laid out, as discussions on more divisive political issues were pushed back.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Outrage Over Kevin Williamson

Op-Ed Columnist: The Outrage Over Kevin Williamson

Kevin D. Williamson speaking at the 2015 National Review Ideas Summit in Washington.
Bar Americans From Man Booker Prize, Fed-Up British Authors Urge

Bar Americans From Man Booker Prize, Fed-Up British Authors Urge

George Saunders, who won the 2017 Man Booker Prize for “Lincoln in the Bardo,” was the second consecutive American to receive the award. The eligibility rules were changed in 2014.
Does Hell Exist? And Did the Pope Give an Answer?

Does Hell Exist? And Did the Pope Give an Answer?

Pope Francis has had several chats with a left-wing Italian journalist who considers himself an atheist and occasionally puts words in the pope’s mouth.