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Critic’s Notebook: The Ice Cream Sundae Must Be Stopped

Critic’s Notebook: The Ice Cream Sundae Must Be Stopped

The brownie hot fudge sundae with Virginia peanuts at Pig Bleecker comes with the obligatory cherry on top.
Thomas Bossert, Trump’s Chief Adviser on Homeland Security, Is Forced Out

Thomas Bossert, Trump’s Chief Adviser on Homeland Security, Is Forced Out

Thomas P. Bossert, President Trump’s homeland security adviser, during a briefing at the White House in August.
The ‘Kanye West of Furniture’ Is Now Nesting in the ’Burbs

The ‘Kanye West of Furniture’ Is Now Nesting in the ’Burbs

Franklin Getchell, left, and Murray Moss at their home in Hamden, Conn.
Trilobites: Why Scientists Are Battling Over Pleasure

Trilobites: Why Scientists Are Battling Over Pleasure

Is the pleasure of enjoying a Leonardo da Vinci painting really any different than the pleasure we get from eating chocolate?
Op-Ed Contributor: Why the F.B.I. Raid Is Perilous for Michael Cohen — and Trump

Op-Ed Contributor: Why the F.B.I. Raid Is Perilous for Michael Cohen — and Trump

Michael Cohen after meeting with Senate Intelligence Committee staff on Capitol Hill in Washington in September.
In a Proudly Diverse Australia, White People Still Run Almost Everything

In a Proudly Diverse Australia, White People Still Run Almost Everything

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia addressing Parliament in February. About 94 percent of the legislature is of Anglo-Celtic or European heritage, a study found.
Filipinos Get a Glimpse of Their Ruined City. The Chinese Get the Contract.

Filipinos Get a Glimpse of Their Ruined City. The Chinese Get the Contract.

The bullet-riddled domes of the Grand Mosque in Marawi, in the southern Philippines. The city was gutted by five months of brutal combat last year between Islamic State loyalists and the Philippine
133,000 Flee Besieged Syrian Towns in Eastern Ghouta, U.N. Says

133,000 Flee Besieged Syrian Towns in Eastern Ghouta, U.N. Says

Civilians were evacuated from a town in eastern Ghouta, Syria, last month. Tens of thousands remain trapped in the area, however, and relief agencies are just beginning to grasp the full extent of the
Trump Cancels Trip to Latin America, Citing Crisis in Syria

Trump Cancels Trip to Latin America, Citing Crisis in Syria

President Trump was to leave on Friday for the trip. Scrapping the trip spared him of potentially unpleasant interactions with leaders of Latin American nations whose citizens have been insulted by
California Today: California Today: How Do California Eviction Rates Compare to the Rest of the U.S.?

California Today: California Today: How Do California Eviction Rates Compare to the Rest of the U.S.?

A home in Richmond, Va., where the tenant was evicted in 2016. New national data suggests that America’s worst eviction epidemics are in fact not in expensive, coastal cities.
Volkswagen Weighs Ousting Matthias Müller as C.E.O. After Diesel Scandal

Volkswagen Weighs Ousting Matthias Müller as C.E.O. After Diesel Scandal

Matthias Müller, center, has spent his whole career at Volkswagen and became chief executive after the company admitted in September 2015 that it had cheated on diesel emissions tests.
Phil Coyne, Pirates Usher Since the Great Depression, Retires at 99

Phil Coyne, Pirates Usher Since the Great Depression, Retires at 99

Phil Coyne, who began work as an usher for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1936, was honored by the team president, Frank Coonelly, last year when Mr. Coyne turned 99.
6 Killed in Plane Crash at Arizona Golf Course

6 Killed in Plane Crash at Arizona Golf Course

A flight crew at Scottsdale Airport in Arizona in 2013. A single-engine plane crashed shortly after takeoff on Monday evening after leaving the airport, the authorities said.
Lil Buck and Jon Boogz, Dancing to Improve the World

Lil Buck and Jon Boogz, Dancing to Improve the World

Jon Boogz, left, and Lil Buck in West Palm Beach, Fla., where they were rehearsing their show “Love Heals All Wounds.”
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Keeps Breaking the Rules

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Keeps Breaking the Rules

President Trump speaking in the Cabinet Room of the White House on April 9.
With Good Friday Agreement Under Threat, Voters Urged to ‘Stand Up’

With Good Friday Agreement Under Threat, Voters Urged to ‘Stand Up’

A sign promotes the wishes of those who want to retain an unmarked border between Northern Ireland and Ireland.
The 52 Places Traveler: Beautiful, Complicated Bogotá: A Traveler’s Starter Kit

The 52 Places Traveler: Beautiful, Complicated Bogotá: A Traveler’s Starter Kit

Scenes from Bogotá. Clockwise from top right: Ciengramos restaurant at the Click Clack Hotel; Upstairs view of Andrés D.C.; the bar at Ciengramos; a souvenir store at La Plaza de Andrés.