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Wary of China, Europe and Others Push Back on Foreign Takeovers

Wary of China, Europe and Others Push Back on Foreign Takeovers

Robotic arms made by Kuka welding together parts of a Volkswagen Passat in Emden, Germany, last week. Kuka, Germany’s biggest and most advanced maker of robotics, was purchased by a Chinese company in
Grant Wood at the Whitney Both Thrills and Disappoints

Grant Wood at the Whitney Both Thrills and Disappoints

“Arnold Comes of Age (Portrait of Arnold Pyle),” from 1930, is part of the retrospective “Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables,” at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
The Prom-Like Intensity of High School Folklórico

The Prom-Like Intensity of High School Folklórico

Students from Porterville Unified School District at Danzantes del Valle.
Judge Says 5 More Women Can Testify Against Bill Cosby

Judge Says 5 More Women Can Testify Against Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby departs the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa., earlier this month after a hearing before his retrial on sexual assault charges.
White House Memo: ‘There Will Always Be Change,’ Trump Says as More Personnel Shake-Ups Loom

White House Memo: ‘There Will Always Be Change,’ Trump Says as More Personnel Shake-Ups Loom

John F. Kelly, center, the White House chief of staff, and Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, the national security adviser, are on thin ice with the president, having angered him by privately saying “no” too
Florida Bridge Collapses; at Least 6 Are Dead

Florida Bridge Collapses; at Least 6 Are Dead

A dog and its handler worked at the chaotic scene as rescuers tried to find trapped drivers.

48 Hours: A Fashion Designer’s Otherworldly Costumes for the Royal Ballet

Backstage at the Royal Opera House, the British-Canadian designer Erdem Moralioglu fine-tunes the costumes for his first ballet.

Opinion Video: Wuilly Arteaga: Fighting Venezuela’s Repression With My Violin

A musician faces tanks and riot police with his instrument, spreading a message of peace in a time of crisis.
Exposures: Babushkas for Putin

Exposures: Babushkas for Putin

Singers from a pensioners’ choir at a St. Petersburg cultural center before a concert commemorating Russia’s veterans. Less than 10 percent of the singers at the center are male.
Dylann Roof’s Sister Arrested After Bringing Weapons to School Walkout

Dylann Roof’s Sister Arrested After Bringing Weapons to School Walkout

Morgan Roof, in a Snapchat post, said she hoped the students walking out of class to protest gun violence would “get shot.”
Rihanna Protests Ad on Snapchat that Mocks Domestic Violence

Rihanna Protests Ad on Snapchat that Mocks Domestic Violence

Left: An ad for the Snapchat game “Would You Rather!”; Right: Rihanna’s response, posted on her Instagram story.
Thomas Cole, American Moralist

Thomas Cole, American Moralist

“View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm — The Oxbow,” 1836. Hills are scarred by clear-cutting; the wilderness seethes with life. Cole, in foreground, looks at us,
Mueller Subpoenas Trump Organization, Demanding Documents About Russia

Mueller Subpoenas Trump Organization, Demanding Documents About Russia

It was not clear why the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, issued the subpoena instead of simply asking for the documents from the company.
Chirlane McCray, New York’s First Lady, Steps Out of the Mayor’s Shadow

Chirlane McCray, New York’s First Lady, Steps Out of the Mayor’s Shadow

Mayor Bill de Blasio has held many town-hall meetings in New York City, but earlier this month, at an event for high school students to discuss gun violence and safety, he shared the stage with his
March Madness 2018: Upsets Jolt N.C.A.A. Tournament Bracket

March Madness 2018: Upsets Jolt N.C.A.A. Tournament Bracket

The Buffalo bench celebrates a 3-pointer by Jeremy Harris in the second half against Arizona.