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Anna Chennault, Behind-the-Scenes Force in Washington, Dies at 94

Anna Chennault, Behind-the-Scenes Force in Washington, Dies at 94

Ms. Chennault in 1972. She was at the center of a social whirl at her Watergate penthouse that drew in cabinet members, congressmen, diplomats, foreign dignitaries and journalists.
As ‘Fixer Upper’ Ends, HGTV Builds a Roster of Power (Tool) Couples

As ‘Fixer Upper’ Ends, HGTV Builds a Roster of Power (Tool) Couples

Joanna and Chip Gaines became stars through “Fixer Upper” on HGTV. The couple’s success provided the network with a winning formula.
Op-Ed Contributor: Jesse Jackson: How Dr. King Lived Is Why He Died

Op-Ed Contributor: Jesse Jackson: How Dr. King Lived Is Why He Died

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, Ala., for the 1965 march.
Square Feet: Building a Connected City From the Ground Up

Square Feet: Building a Connected City From the Ground Up

A rendering of the development Union Point, a “smart city” planned for Weymouth, Mass.
White House Turf Battle Threatens to Delay Tax Law Rollout

White House Turf Battle Threatens to Delay Tax Law Rollout

Mick Mulvaney, the director of the Office of Management and Budget, left, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, right, are debating oversight of the new $1.5 trillion tax law.
Bill Cosby Jury to Hear Account That His Accuser Was Scheming

Bill Cosby Jury to Hear Account That His Accuser Was Scheming

Bill Cosby, right, with his spokesman, Andrew Wyatt, as they make their way to the courtroom for jury selection for Mr. Cosby’s trial on sexual assault charges.
Economic Scene: Charitable Giving by Corporations Is Also About Getting, a New Study Finds

Economic Scene: Charitable Giving by Corporations Is Also About Getting, a New Study Finds

A Habitat for Humanity project in North Carolina. Corporate philanthropy can reflect a sense of social responsibility, but it can also align with causes favored by influential politicians.
It’s Sweater Weather Forever

It’s Sweater Weather Forever

In July 2017, Mr. Barsky went to Los Angeles and took this photograph in front of the Hollywood sign. There, he met a tourist who recognized him from the internet. “I have a group picture with them,”
How M.L.K.’s Death Helped Lead to Gun Control in the U.S.

How M.L.K.’s Death Helped Lead to Gun Control in the U.S.

President Lyndon B. Johnson signed a gun control bill at the White House on Oct. 22, 1968.
Who Made Them Feel Mighty Real?

Who Made Them Feel Mighty Real?

From left, James Whiteside, Garen Scribner, Lloyd Knight and Reid Bartelme.
New York Fed Names John Williams President, Bucking Calls for Diversity

New York Fed Names John Williams President, Bucking Calls for Diversity

John C. Williams, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, has been chosen to lead the New York Fed. He will bring academic expertise, which is in short supply among the Fed’s senior
As Trump Leads a ‘War’ on California, Who Will Lead California?

As Trump Leads a ‘War’ on California, Who Will Lead California?

The California Democratic Party convention in San Diego in February. The race for governor is taking place against a backdrop of escalating hostilities between the Trump White House and California.
Critic’s Notebook: Women (and Men, Too) Pushed to the Edge at New Play Festival

Critic’s Notebook: Women (and Men, Too) Pushed to the Edge at New Play Festival

Amir Wachterman and Bjorn Dupaty in Mara Nelson-Greenberg’s comedy “Do You Feel Anger?”
Trump Plans to Send National Guard to the Mexican Border

Trump Plans to Send National Guard to the Mexican Border

The White House said Tuesday night that President Trump plans to deploy the National Guard to confront what it called a growing threat of illegal immigrants, drugs and crime from Central America.
Love Is ...: More of Your 13-Word Love Stories

Love Is ...: More of Your 13-Word Love Stories

Rebecca Short and her dog, Jules “Twilight Flight” Short.
Love Is ...: The Unorthodox Matchmaker

Love Is ...: The Unorthodox Matchmaker

Yocheved Lerner-Miller in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn.

Julia Moskin: Mastering the Art of Beef Stew

There is no one perfect version, but the combination of beef and red wine is so elemental that it’s worthy of close examination.
The Triumphs and Trials of Memphis

The Triumphs and Trials of Memphis

Memorabilia inside a restaurant on Beale Street.