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Do You Know Which Dog Breeds Are in a Mutt? Scientists Want to Find Out

Do You Know Which Dog Breeds Are in a Mutt? Scientists Want to Find Out

Can you guess this dog’s breed for the good of science? Hint: The wings are a red herring.
The Fight With the West Is Isolating Russia. But That Isn’t Stopping Putin.

The Fight With the West Is Isolating Russia. But That Isn’t Stopping Putin.

An exchange office in Moscow last week. Russia is likely to suffer long-term economic damage as a result of President Vladimir V. Putin’s aggressive posture toward the West.
Barbara Bush Mourned in Houston as a Revered Matriarch and ‘Salty’ Neighbor

Barbara Bush Mourned in Houston as a Revered Matriarch and ‘Salty’ Neighbor

Amanda Gross and her 6-year-old son, Patrick Henry, prayed outside of the gated community in Houston where former first lady Barbara Bush died on Tuesday.
Japan Fears Being Sidelined by Trump on Trade and North Korea

Japan Fears Being Sidelined by Trump on Trade and North Korea

President Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., on Tuesday. Despite their close alliance, the United States has been acting independently of Japan on matters
Trump Attacks Stormy Daniels, and Russia Inquiry, Too

Trump Attacks Stormy Daniels, and Russia Inquiry, Too

Stephanie Clifford, known as Stormy Daniels, outside the federal courthouse in Manhattan on Monday. She has accused President Trump of sending a man to physically threaten her years ago.
North Korea, Barbara Bush, Starbucks: Your Wednesday Briefing

North Korea, Barbara Bush, Starbucks: Your Wednesday Briefing

Barbara Bush and her husband, former President George Bush, walked the parade route after his inauguration in 1989. Mrs. Bush died on Tuesday at 92.
Art Review: How Latin America Was Built, Before Modernism Came Along

Art Review: How Latin America Was Built, Before Modernism Came Along

The Brazilian photographer Marc Ferrez took this panoramic view of Santa Teresa, dating to the 1890s, with Sugarloaf Mountain looming in the background at right.
New York Today: New York Today: A Fond Look Back at the Gritty City

New York Today: New York Today: A Fond Look Back at the Gritty City

Cards representing those stricken with AIDS, held aloft during a service in Central Park on June 14, 1983.
Op-Ed Contributor: Israel Celebrates Its Independence, We Mourn Our Loss

Op-Ed Contributor: Israel Celebrates Its Independence, We Mourn Our Loss

Women sit next to the ruins of their dwellings, which were demolished by Israeli bulldozers, in the tiny village of Umm Al-Hiran, in January 2017. Its residents, who are Palestinian citizens of
Op-Ed Contributor: Mrs. No-Nonsense

Op-Ed Contributor: Mrs. No-Nonsense

Barbara Bush at a presidential dinner in 1989.

How an Alleged Sonic Attack Shaped U.S. Policy on Cuba

In 2016, diplomats at the United States Embassy in Havana were mysteriously stricken. Was it an attack? There is no official explanation, but the episode has played a big role in America’s current
Corner Office: Marissa Mayer Is Still Here

Corner Office: Marissa Mayer Is Still Here

"I think you can have high expectations as a leader, and as long as they’re consistent and clearly communicated, a lot of people find that really inspiring," said Marissa Mayer, an early Google
Antonio Banderas Doesn’t Think You’ll Remember Him. Not Yet.

Antonio Banderas Doesn’t Think You’ll Remember Him. Not Yet.

Antonio Banderas, who is playing his boyhood hero Pablo Picasso in NatGeo’s “Genius: Picasso.” Both men are from Málaga, Spain.
Best of Late Night: James Comey Tells Colbert Why Trump’s Presidency Is ‘Not O.K.’

Best of Late Night: James Comey Tells Colbert Why Trump’s Presidency Is ‘Not O.K.’

Over red wine served in paper cups, James Comey told Stephen Colbert what it had felt like to be fired as F.B.I. director.
Climate Lawsuits, Once Limited to the Coasts, Jump Inland

Climate Lawsuits, Once Limited to the Coasts, Jump Inland

A Suncor Energy refinery in Commerce City, Colo. Two counties and a city in Colorado are suing Suncor and Exxon Mobil, saying the companies’ burning of fossil fuels puts an undue burden on local
Pursuits: A Birder’s Paradise in Zimbabwe

Pursuits: A Birder’s Paradise in Zimbabwe

Granite outcroppings at Matobo National Park, a 163-square-mile wilderness.
Heads Up: Sedona for Serenity, Spas and Now Syrahs

Heads Up: Sedona for Serenity, Spas and Now Syrahs

In the wine region near Sedona, a vineyard is visible near the boutique D.A. Ranch in Cornville, Ariz.