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French Police Officer Wounded in Hostage Standoff Dies

French Police Officer Wounded in Hostage Standoff Dies

The authorities said Lt. Col. Arnaud Beltrame had traded himself for a hostage held by the gunman, who claimed to be acting on behalf of the Islamic State.
Sunday Routine: How Jeremy Lyman and Paul Schlader, of Birch Coffee, Spend Their Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Jeremy Lyman and Paul Schlader, of Birch Coffee, Spend Their Sundays

Paul Schlader, left, and Jeremy Lyman will often work out together and afterwards, go out for a — wait for it — coffee.
Trump Just Pushed the World Trade Organization Toward Irrelevance

Trump Just Pushed the World Trade Organization Toward Irrelevance

President Trump after signing a memorandum targeting Chinese trade on Thursday.
150 Whales Beached in Australia, as Rescuers Fight to Save Them

150 Whales Beached in Australia, as Rescuers Fight to Save Them

More than 150 short-finned pilot whales were found beached in Hamelin Bay, Western Australia, on Friday.
Trump Administration Retreats on Tip-Sharing Plan in Compromise

Trump Administration Retreats on Tip-Sharing Plan in Compromise

Under a compromise plan, employers would be able to redistribute workers’ tips only under limited circumstances, and would not be able to keep a share for themselves.
John Bolton, Stocks, France: Your Friday Briefing

John Bolton, Stocks, France: Your Friday Briefing

John Bolton, named by President Trump as national security adviser, wrote last month that a pre-emptive strike could be a “perfectly legitimate” response to the threat of North Korea.
What It’s Like to Hear the Desert in Music

What It’s Like to Hear the Desert in Music

This spot is one of the “secret places” that John Luther Adams has said inspired his latest orchestral work, “Become Desert.”
Big City: Someone Went Too Far at Friends Seminary, but Who?

Big City: Someone Went Too Far at Friends Seminary, but Who?

Friends Seminary, an independent school in Lower Manhattan, has been divided over a teacher’s firing.

Wall St. Opens Higher Amid Fears of U.S.-China Trade War

Markets in Asia and Europe fell, with Japan’s main index losing 4.5 percent, as global investors feared getting in the crossfire of a U.S.-China trade war.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Failure of H.R. McMaster

Op-Ed Contributor: The Failure of H.R. McMaster

Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster, at a meeting with President Trump last November, will resign as national security adviser.
Op-Ed Columnist: The White Southern Anti-Trump

Op-Ed Columnist: The White Southern Anti-Trump

Mayor Mitch Landrieu of New Orleans. A speech he gave after the city pulled down four Confederate statues led to talk of Mr. Landrieu as a potential presidential contender.
Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers on Trump vs. Biden: ‘Can You Imagine That Fight?’

Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers on Trump vs. Biden: ‘Can You Imagine That Fight?’

“This is just what America needs: The thrilla in vanilla,” Seth Myers said of the notion of President Trump fighting former Vice President Joe Biden.
Firefighter Dies in a Harlem Fire on Film Set

Firefighter Dies in a Harlem Fire on Film Set

A five-alarm fire broke out Thursday night in the basement of 773 St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem, which was being used as a filming location for a movie directed by Edward Norton.
Will the Spirit of Burning Man Art Survive in Museums?

Will the Spirit of Burning Man Art Survive in Museums?

Marco Cochrane’s monumental sculpture, “Truth is Beauty,” 55 feet tall, debuted at Burning Man in 2013. A smaller work by the artist will be featured at the Renwick Gallery.
Finding a Home After a Fire: ‘It Feels Like Your Life Is on Pause’

Finding a Home After a Fire: ‘It Feels Like Your Life Is on Pause’

Kadian Blake waited inside a car for her husband, Gawayne Blake, as he picked up food at a favorite Jamaican restaurant near their old apartment in the Belmont neighborhood of the Bronx.
Corner Office:  How Nasdaq C.E.O. Adena Friedman Beat the Odds on Wall Street

Corner Office: How Nasdaq C.E.O. Adena Friedman Beat the Odds on Wall Street

Adena Friedman, the chief executive of Nasdaq. When she joined Nasdaq in 1993, she said, her boss, a man, "never once made me feel at all different or disadvantaged by being a woman."
#MeToo Called for an Overhaul. Are Workplaces Really Changing?

#MeToo Called for an Overhaul. Are Workplaces Really Changing?

Tina Tchen, a founding member of Time’s Up, spearheaded the initiative’s legal defense fund.
Turning a Ghoulish Children’s Book Into a Grand Opera

Turning a Ghoulish Children’s Book Into a Grand Opera

Neil Gaiman’s children’s novella “Coraline” was adapted into an animated movie in 2009. Now it is being transformed again by the Royal Opera in London.