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At Work in Merce Cunningham’s Playhouse

At Work in Merce Cunningham’s Playhouse

Dancers in the Stephen Petronio Company rehearsed Merce Cunningham’s “Signals” at the Dance Theater of Harlem. It will be performed as part of Mr. Petronio’s “Bloodlines” project.
In Nafta Talks, U.S. Tries to Limit Junk Food Warning Labels

In Nafta Talks, U.S. Tries to Limit Junk Food Warning Labels

Mexicans drink on average more than 44 gallons of soda a year per person. A family shopping at a supermarket in San Cristóbal de las Casas, in Chiapas, last year.
Sudan, the Last Male Northern White Rhino, Dies in Kenya

Sudan, the Last Male Northern White Rhino, Dies in Kenya

Sudan died on Monday after suffering from age-related health problems, including a series of infections.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Aggressive Abroad, Putin Is Cautious at Home

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Aggressive Abroad, Putin Is Cautious at Home

President Vladimir Putin of Russia at a meeting with foreign businessmen in 2016. The Russian economy has stagnated in the absence of reforms.
Review: ‘Distant Observer’ Shifts Shape as Authors Take Turns

Review: ‘Distant Observer’ Shifts Shape as Authors Take Turns

From left, Kyle Griffiths, Claire Buckingham and Samuel Im in “Distant Observer: Tokyo/New York Correspondence,”
New York Schools Close as Region Braces for Major Snowstorm

New York Schools Close as Region Braces for Major Snowstorm

A major snowstorm predicted to start Wednesday could dump as many as 16 inches in the New York region.
Rice, Coming Off the Sidelines, Becomes a Centerpiece

Rice, Coming Off the Sidelines, Becomes a Centerpiece

Layered with lentils and tomatoes, then spiked with herbs and spices, plain rice becomes a feast.
Roxanne Finally Gets Her Revenge, 3 Decades After Her Hit Single

Roxanne Finally Gets Her Revenge, 3 Decades After Her Hit Single

Roxanne Shante, on the roof of the Queensbridge housing project where she grew up.
Facebook Faces Growing Pressure Over Data and Privacy Inquiries

Facebook Faces Growing Pressure Over Data and Privacy Inquiries

The headquarters of Cambridge Analytica in central London on Tuesday. The company, which worked on President Trump’s campaign, has faced a backlash after reports that it had obtained information on 50
Ben Carson Defends Buying $31,000 Dining Set to Congress: ‘I Left It to My Wife’

Ben Carson Defends Buying $31,000 Dining Set to Congress: ‘I Left It to My Wife’

Ben Carson, the secretary of housing and urban development, testified before a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing on Tuesday.
Maryland School Gunman Dies After Confrontation With Officer

Maryland School Gunman Dies After Confrontation With Officer

Deputies and federal agents converged on Great Mills High School in Maryland, the scene of a shooting on Tuesday morning.
The 52 Places Traveler: The Suffering and Spirit of San Juan

The 52 Places Traveler: The Suffering and Spirit of San Juan

Scenes from San Juan. Clockwise from top right: Old San Juan; vegetable mofongo at Punto de Vista Restaurant & Bar in Old San Juan; "Santurce Renace"(The Rebirth of Santurce), a sculpture by the
Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Is Held for Questioning on Libyan Cash

Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Is Held for Questioning on Libyan Cash

Former President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, left, welcomed Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya to the Élysée Palace in 2007.
Larry Kwong, 94, Dies; N.H.L.’s First Player of Asian Descent

Larry Kwong, 94, Dies; N.H.L.’s First Player of Asian Descent

Larry Kwong in 1948, the year he became the first person of Asian descent to play in the National Hockey League. He played a single shift for the New York Rangers.
California Today: California Today: A Sheriff Speaks Out Against a Sanctuary Law

California Today: California Today: A Sheriff Speaks Out Against a Sanctuary Law

Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaking about his lawsuit against California at a meeting of law enforcement officers in Sacramento.