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Doug Jones Risks His Alabama Senate Seat Over the Shutdown and the Wall

Doug Jones Risks His Alabama Senate Seat Over the Shutdown and the Wall

Senator Doug Jones, Democrat of Alabama, is the most vulnerable senator of his party who is up for re-election in 2020.
Books News: All Souls Trilogy: Harry Potter for Grown-Ups?

Books News: All Souls Trilogy: Harry Potter for Grown-Ups?

“What is the book you pick up when you’re done with Harry Potter? I’d like to think you’d pick up a big set of chunky books like All Souls, which similarly talks about real issues, but issues facing
Study Links Drug Maker Gifts for Doctors to More Overdose Deaths

Study Links Drug Maker Gifts for Doctors to More Overdose Deaths

Family and friends of people who died of opioid overdoses left pill bottles in protest outside the headquarters of Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, in August.
Marie Kondo and the Life-Changing Magic of Japanese Soft Power

Marie Kondo and the Life-Changing Magic of Japanese Soft Power

Marie Kondo is the most successful participant in a larger trend of packaging inspirational but fairly universal lifestyle advice as a special product of Japan.

Right at Home: How to Build the Perfect Home Crew

A home can only thrive with a good support team, but finding that roster of handymen, plumbers and landscapers takes time.

For a Deal, How About a Park Avenue Fixer-Upper?

Some prewar co-ops are selling at discounts of as much as 25 percent.
A Good Appetite: Taking Comfort in Couscous

A Good Appetite: Taking Comfort in Couscous

Soft and almost porridgelike in texture, this cheesy couscous dish satisfies the same urge as polenta or risotto.
The Artist Who Cooks Lunch for His Studio (Almost) Every Day

The Artist Who Cooks Lunch for His Studio (Almost) Every Day

The artist Xavier Veilhan prepares a three-course meal for his staff in the kitchen of his Paris studio.
The Saturday Profile: Her Visit to a Men-Only Temple Went Smoothly. Then the Riots Started.

The Saturday Profile: Her Visit to a Men-Only Temple Went Smoothly. Then the Riots Started.

Bindu Ammini was one of two women who entered the Sabarimala Temple after India’s Supreme Court scrapped a law that barred women of menstruating age from visiting.
Man Is Charged in Killing of Israeli Student in Australia

Man Is Charged in Killing of Israeli Student in Australia

A vigil on Friday in Melbourne, Australia, for Aiia Maasarwe, a student who was killed on the city’s streets earlier in the week.
Those Wild ‘Masked Singer’ Costumes? She Designed Them

Those Wild ‘Masked Singer’ Costumes? She Designed Them

Katy Perry performs with Left Shark (and Right Shark) at the Super Bowl halftime show in 2015.
Trump to Make ‘Major Announcement’ on Border as Democrats Sweeten Offer

Trump to Make ‘Major Announcement’ on Border as Democrats Sweeten Offer

The actions are the first indications of possible movement over the partial government shutdown.
El Espace: 500,000 Students Are Affected by the L.A. Teachers Strike. Most Are Latino.

El Espace: 500,000 Students Are Affected by the L.A. Teachers Strike. Most Are Latino.

A protester in Los Angeles holds a sign breaking down (and translating) her demands.
Far From Serbia, Novak Djokovic Delivers Some National Pride

Far From Serbia, Novak Djokovic Delivers Some National Pride

Novak Djokovic with Novak Pokrajac, a 9-year-old fan who met Djokovic last year and hit with him during a practice session.