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Richard Oldenburg, Who Led MoMA’s Expansion and Drew Crowds, Dies at 84

Richard Oldenburg, Who Led MoMA’s Expansion and Drew Crowds, Dies at 84

Richard Oldenburg in the sculpture garden of the Museum of Modern Art in 1972. He said of his brother, the Pop Art sculptor Claes Oldenburg, “He had the free spirit which I longed for, but I was born
Sporting: Why Men Quit and Women Don’t

Sporting: Why Men Quit and Women Don’t

Desiree Linden winning the 2018 Boston Marathon.
Op-Ed Columnist: Jewish Power at 70 Years

Op-Ed Columnist: Jewish Power at 70 Years

Israelis celebrating the 70th anniversary of their independence.
19 Years After Columbine, Students Again Say ‘Enough’ on Gun Violence

19 Years After Columbine, Students Again Say ‘Enough’ on Gun Violence

At a walkout and rally in Washington Square Park on Friday, the 19th anniversary of the Columbine shooting, students called for an end to gun violence.
Pressure to Release Comey Memos May Have Backfired on G.O.P.

Pressure to Release Comey Memos May Have Backfired on G.O.P.

James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, has been promoting the release of his tell-all book, which includes descriptions of the memos released Thursday.
Central Park’s Scenic Drives Will Soon Be Car-Free

Central Park’s Scenic Drives Will Soon Be Car-Free

Vehicle are currently allowed in parts of Central Park below 72nd Street, but that will change in June when an outright ban goes into effect. East-west transverses across the park will remain open.
Op-Ed Contributor: When TV Takes Part in Human Rights Abuse

Op-Ed Contributor: When TV Takes Part in Human Rights Abuse

Police walk past a missing person notice for Gui Minhai, left, a bookseller who was detained by Chinese authorities.
F.A.A. Orders Closer Engine Inspections After Southwest Airlines Failure

F.A.A. Orders Closer Engine Inspections After Southwest Airlines Failure

Federal investigators in Philadelphia examined damage to the turbofan engine on Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 that failed on Tuesday, leading a passenger’s death.
Gaza Protest Draws Fewer People but Remains Deadly

Gaza Protest Draws Fewer People but Remains Deadly

A Palestinian protester during clashes with Israeli security forces near the border east of Gaza City on Friday.
What Happened to Matthew Mellon

What Happened to Matthew Mellon

Nicole Hanley and Matthew Mellon in 2014.
Electric Scooters Are Causing Havoc. This Man Is Shrugging It Off.

Electric Scooters Are Causing Havoc. This Man Is Shrugging It Off.

Electric scooter start-ups have spread from Santa Monica, Calif. to several cities around the country. Not everyone is happy about that.
Global Health: Ethicists Call for More Scrutiny of ‘Human-Challenge’ Trials

Global Health: Ethicists Call for More Scrutiny of ‘Human-Challenge’ Trials

A syringe holding an experimental Zika vaccine at the University of Maryland Medical Center. A controversial study in which volunteers are to be infected with Zika has prompted calls for more
U.S. Investigating AT&T and Verizon Over Wireless Collusion Claim

U.S. Investigating AT&T and Verizon Over Wireless Collusion Claim

Verizon and AT&T face accusations that they colluded with a group that sets mobile industry standards to try to restrict a new technology, currently in relatively few devices, that allows
Vows: 36 Years Later, He’s Out of the Friend Zone

Vows: 36 Years Later, He’s Out of the Friend Zone

Diana Ellis Jewell and Joe Pantaleo, who have known each other since high school, were married in Naples, Fla.
Voices and Pictures From the Student Walkouts: ‘We Deserve to Live Without Fear’

Voices and Pictures From the Student Walkouts: ‘We Deserve to Live Without Fear’

Students from Walter Payton College Prep walking toward Grant Park in Chicago on Friday as part of a national protest against gun violence.
Now Batting in Class AA: Biggio, Bichette and Guerrero

Now Batting in Class AA: Biggio, Bichette and Guerrero

From left, Bo Bichette, Cavan Biggio and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. The three, all sons of former major league stars, play together in the infield for the Class AA New Hampshire Fisher Cats.
Michael Cohen Has Said He Would Take a Bullet for Trump. Maybe Not Anymore.

Michael Cohen Has Said He Would Take a Bullet for Trump. Maybe Not Anymore.

Michael D. Cohen, left, President Trump’s personal lawyer, has described himself as unflinchingly loyal to Mr. Trump.