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City Kitchen: Polenta and Shrimp, a Marriage of Land and Sea

City Kitchen: Polenta and Shrimp, a Marriage of Land and Sea

Polenta plays a starring role in this dish, paired with a stew of hot fennel sausage and shrimp.
4 Takeaways From a ‘Throw the Bums Out’ Italian Election

4 Takeaways From a ‘Throw the Bums Out’ Italian Election

Matteo Salvini, leader of the League, an anti-immigrant party, at a news conference in Milan on Monday.
Op-Ed Contributor: Behold Vladimir V. Potemkin

Op-Ed Contributor: Behold Vladimir V. Potemkin

Journalists watch as President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia delivers his annual state of the nation address in Moscow last week.
An Artist’s Muse Steps Out of the Shadows With Paintings of Her Own

An Artist’s Muse Steps Out of the Shadows With Paintings of Her Own

Celia Paul in her studio in London this month. “I’m not a portrait painter: I’m an autobiographer,” she said. “I paint the presence of people I know intimately.”
Where to Stream the 2018 Oscar Winning Movies

Where to Stream the 2018 Oscar Winning Movies

Sam Rockwell, left, and Frances McDormand in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”
Google to Sell Zagat to The Infatuation, an Upstart Review Site

Google to Sell Zagat to The Infatuation, an Upstart Review Site

An array of Zagat guides at the publishers’ offices in New York City. Zagat will change hands again, with ownership going to an upstart restaurant review company.
The Best and Worst of Oscars 2018

The Best and Worst of Oscars 2018

Tiffany Haddish, left, and Maya Rudolph getting comfortable onstage.
Academy Awards, Xi Jinping, Italy: Your Monday Briefing

Academy Awards, Xi Jinping, Italy: Your Monday Briefing

Frances McDormand, who won the Oscar for best actress, spoke out for gender equality during Sunday’s ceremony. Asking the female nominees to stand, she said: “Look around. We all have stories to
The Checkup: To Help Children Sleep, Go Dark

The Checkup: To Help Children Sleep, Go Dark

For a study on the effects of light on children’s sleep, the lead author, Lameese Akacem, right, and Allie Coy, a research assistant, played with children at a lighted table.
Op-Ed Contributor: America’s Other Espionage Challenge: China

Op-Ed Contributor: America’s Other Espionage Challenge: China

An American flag next to the Chinese national emblem during a welcome ceremony for President Trump in Beijing in January.
The Stone: Why Are We Surprised When Buddhists Are Violent?

The Stone: Why Are We Surprised When Buddhists Are Violent?

The Nya Thar Lyaung reclining Buddha is an important religious site in the Bago region of Myanmar.
Op-Ed Contributor: Don’t Worry About Trump’s Tariffs

Op-Ed Contributor: Don’t Worry About Trump’s Tariffs

President Trump argues that free trade has hollowed out America’s industrial base and has saddled the country with huge trade deficits.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Trump Tariffs Will Cost Americans Jobs

Op-Ed Contributor: The Trump Tariffs Will Cost Americans Jobs

President Trump held a meeting with steel and aluminum executives in the Cabinet Room of the White House on Thursday.