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City Kitchen: A Crisp Cool-Weather Twist for a Classic Summer Salad

City Kitchen: A Crisp Cool-Weather Twist for a Classic Summer Salad

Crisp fennel is a springlike addition to peppery seared tuna and creamy white beans.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: When Republicans Rejected John Bolton

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: When Republicans Rejected John Bolton

John Bolton appearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in 2005 at the hearing on his nomination to be ambassador to the United Nations.
The Dramatic Last Hours as Agents Stalked the Austin Bomber

The Dramatic Last Hours as Agents Stalked the Austin Bomber

Authorities at the home of Mark Conditt in Pflugerville, Tex. Details emerged on Friday of the investigation and the fatal encounter with Mr. Conditt.
The Interpreter: Trump’s Tariffs: Another Retreat From the Postwar World Order

The Interpreter: Trump’s Tariffs: Another Retreat From the Postwar World Order

President Trump with President Xi Jinping of China in November in Beijing.
Elon Musk Joins #DeleteFacebook With a Barrage of Tweets

Elon Musk Joins #DeleteFacebook With a Barrage of Tweets

Elon Musk, chief executive of Tesla Inc. and SpaceX. He and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook have long been at odds.
Why China’s Response to Trump’s Tariffs Is So Muted

Why China’s Response to Trump’s Tariffs Is So Muted

Workers at a steel plant in Zouping in China’s Shandong Province. Responding to United States tariffs on steel and aluminum, China on Friday announced tariffs on a variety American goods, including
Review: Vittorio Grigolo Is the Reason to See the Met’s ‘Lucia’

Review: Vittorio Grigolo Is the Reason to See the Met’s ‘Lucia’

The tenor Vittorio Grigolo gave a fearless performance as Edgardo in “Lucia di Lammermoor” at the Metropolitan Opera.
Zell Miller, Feisty Democrat Who Sided With G.O.P., Is Dead at 86

Zell Miller, Feisty Democrat Who Sided With G.O.P., Is Dead at 86

Senator Zell Miller, right, a Democrat, campaigned with President George W. Bush in Huntington, W.Va., in 2004, shortly after Mr. Miller was the keynote speaker at the 2004 Republican National
Retiring: Single? No Kids? Don’t Fret: How to Plan Care in Your Later Years

Retiring: Single? No Kids? Don’t Fret: How to Plan Care in Your Later Years

Sarah Peveler moved to Tarboro, N.C., a few years before retiring. Living alone, she uses a network of friends and social groups, as well as a cellphone app, to make sure she is checked on
Opinion: 20 Years After the Shooting on the Playground

Opinion: 20 Years After the Shooting on the Playground

In March 1998, a memorial cross hung on the flagpole outside Westside Middle School in Jonesboro, Ark., after four students and a teacher were fatally shot there.
U.S. Charges 9 Iranians in Huge Theft of Intellectual Property

U.S. Charges 9 Iranians in Huge Theft of Intellectual Property

Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, said that the case against the Iranians was important “because it will disrupt the defendants’ hacking operations and deter similar crimes.”
Opinion: Quitting Heroin in the Sunshine State

Opinion: Quitting Heroin in the Sunshine State

Colton Wooten in Deerfield Beach, Fla., on March 20.
Harry Reid Bids Washington Goodbye: ‘Shake My Head Is All I Can Do’

Harry Reid Bids Washington Goodbye: ‘Shake My Head Is All I Can Do’

Harry Reid, the former Senate Democratic leader from Nevada, said that he was selling his apartment in Washington and plans to be in the capital only infrequently.
American Adults Just Keep Getting Fatter

American Adults Just Keep Getting Fatter

Public health experts said they were alarmed that efforts to educate people about the health risks of a poor diet do not seem to be working.