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The Beer Twins (One Evil) Take Their Feud to Queens

The Beer Twins (One Evil) Take Their Feud to Queens

Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergso is transforming an old ballroom in Ridgewood, Queens, into his first brewery and taproom, Evil Twin Brewing NYC. It is expected to open in July.
Citigroup Sets Restrictions on Gun Sales by Business Partners

Citigroup Sets Restrictions on Gun Sales by Business Partners

Citigroup’s new policy on firearms, announced on Thursday, will strike some as “too strict while others will find it too lenient,” said Michael L. Corbat, the chief executive.
Trump’s Lawyer Resigns as President Adopts Aggressive Approach in Russia Inquiry

Trump’s Lawyer Resigns as President Adopts Aggressive Approach in Russia Inquiry

John Dowd, who resigned as President Trump’s lead lawyer for the special counsel investigation, broke with Mr. Trump over whether the president should agree to be questioned in the inquiry, a person
U.S. Exempts Allies From Steel and Aluminum Tariffs

U.S. Exempts Allies From Steel and Aluminum Tariffs

Robert Lighthizer, the United States trade representative, center, spoke with Senators Lisa Murkowski and Pat Roberts before a Senate Finance Committee hearing on trade Thursday.
Bill Cosby Wants to Replace Judge in His New Assault Trial

Bill Cosby Wants to Replace Judge in His New Assault Trial

Bill Cosby’s retrial is scheduled to begin in early April. He is seeking to have the presiding judge replaced because of a potential conflict of interest.
Op-Ed Contributor: What It’s Like to Be Black in Austin

Op-Ed Contributor: What It’s Like to Be Black in Austin

An employee at the FedEx distribution center in Austin, Tex., where a package exploded on Tuesday.
The Ruthless Phronima, and Other Hidden Wonders of the Sea

The Ruthless Phronima, and Other Hidden Wonders of the Sea

The American Museum of Natural History’s latest exhibition, “Unseen Oceans,” welcomes visitors with a projection of sand and surf.
Op-Ed Contributor: America Passed Gun Control in 1968. Can It Happen Again?

Op-Ed Contributor: America Passed Gun Control in 1968. Can It Happen Again?

Moments after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was fatally shot on April 4, 1968. His assassination and that of Robert F. Kennedy two months later spurred passage of the Gun Control Act that year.
The Pour: Everyday Wines: The Most Important Bottles You Will Drink

The Pour: Everyday Wines: The Most Important Bottles You Will Drink

Matching the wine to the occasion is more important than the greatness of any one bottle.
Austin Bombing Victims Included a Father and a 17-Year-Old Musician

Austin Bombing Victims Included a Father and a 17-Year-Old Musician

Anthony Stephan House, left, and Draylen Mason, right, were killed by package bombs left at their homes in Austin, Tex.
What to Pack for 36 Hours in Memphis

What to Pack for 36 Hours in Memphis

Beale Street Landing, near the Mississippi River.
Trump Threatens Joe Biden, Saying He ‘Would Go Down Fast and Hard’ if They Fought

Trump Threatens Joe Biden, Saying He ‘Would Go Down Fast and Hard’ if They Fought

Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. spoke at a rally in Pittsburgh earlier this month.
A Day in the Life of Sister Jean, Media Darling

A Day in the Life of Sister Jean, Media Darling

Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, Loyola-Chicago’s suddenly in-demand team chaplain.
Chris Evans, a.k.a. Captain America, Comes Back Down to Earth

Chris Evans, a.k.a. Captain America, Comes Back Down to Earth

“People don’t recognize me at all,” Chris Evans said of the mustache he’s grown for his “Lobby Hero” role. “It’s like I’m invisible.”
California Today: California Today: Schwarzenegger’s Republican Manifesto

California Today: California Today: Schwarzenegger’s Republican Manifesto

Arnold Schwarzenegger at a 2016 event for “The New Celebrity Apprentice.” On Wednesday, he said the California Republican Party was like “the Titanic after it hit the iceberg.”
Review: ‘Roxanne Roxanne’ Is a Slice of Old-School Hip-Hop Life

Review: ‘Roxanne Roxanne’ Is a Slice of Old-School Hip-Hop Life

Chanté Adams plays Roxanne Shante, who became a hip-hop star with “Roxanne’s Revenge.”