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Review: ‘The Looming Tower’ Is a History of 9/11, Minus Most of the History

Review: ‘The Looming Tower’ Is a History of 9/11, Minus Most of the History

Jeff Daniels in “The Looming Tower” on Hulu, a fictionalized adaptation of Lawrence Wright’s acclaimed book about the events and factors that led to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
No Bail Hearings for Detained Immigrants, Supreme Court Rules

No Bail Hearings for Detained Immigrants, Supreme Court Rules

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., left, joined all of the majority opinion, and Justice Stephen G. Breyer dissented from the bench.
As Xi Jinping Extends Power, China Braces for a New Cold War

As Xi Jinping Extends Power, China Braces for a New Cold War

With presidential term limits abolished, Xi Jinping has new authority for his drive to make China a global power — even if doing so risks conflict with Washington.
Letters: Trump as Student Savior? Not Buying It

Letters: Trump as Student Savior? Not Buying It

President Trump criticized the armed sheriff's deputy who failed to enter Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during a mass shooting there on Feb. 14.
Restaurant Review: A New Link in the World’s Most Expensive Restaurant Chain

Restaurant Review: A New Link in the World’s Most Expensive Restaurant Chain

Every dot of sauce, as on this “cannelloni” made by wrapping avocado around king crab, is precisely in place.
Books News: Etan Thomas: Now a Different Kind of Player

Books News: Etan Thomas: Now a Different Kind of Player

Etan Thomas playing for the Washington Wizards in 2008.
Review: An Afrofuturist Mr. Rogers Rules ‘The Brobot Johnson Experience’

Review: An Afrofuturist Mr. Rogers Rules ‘The Brobot Johnson Experience’

Darian Dauchan as Flobot Owens, who hails from the planet Nubia, in “The Brobot Johnson Experience” at the Bushwick Starr.
Seeds Only a Plant Breeder Could Love, Until Now

Seeds Only a Plant Breeder Could Love, Until Now

Row 7 Seed Company aims to connect plant breeders with restaurant chefs as they develop new varieties of vegetables, in some cases sending chefs a range of trials to taste test, as with this squash.
Why Build Kenya’s First Coal Plant? Hint: Think China

Why Build Kenya’s First Coal Plant? Hint: Think China

Unloading mangrove timber in Lamu, Kenya. A nearby coal-fired power station would be built and financed with Chinese help.
Sneeze Into Your Elbow, Not Your Hand. Please.

Sneeze Into Your Elbow, Not Your Hand. Please.

It’s good to cover up when you cough. But some ways are better than others.
The Artist’s Life: The Artist Has a Cavity

The Artist’s Life: The Artist Has a Cavity

Avo Samuelian, a dentist with numerous art-world patients. Samuelian, like a number of other service providers with artist clients, has turned his office into a kind of gallery, which includes pieces
Fed Chair Powell Indicates He’ll Keep Bolstering Growth in Public Debut

Fed Chair Powell Indicates He’ll Keep Bolstering Growth in Public Debut

Jerome H. Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, testified Tuesday before the House Financial Services Committee, where he delivered the Fed’s semiannual monetary policy report.
California Today: California Today: Some Central Valley Crops Imperiled by Cold

California Today: California Today: Some Central Valley Crops Imperiled by Cold

Asparagus turned pink because of an overnight hard freeze at a farm in Los Baños last week.
Saudi King Shakes Up Military and Security Leadership

Saudi King Shakes Up Military and Security Leadership

Young Saudis in front of a poster of Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Riyadh, the capital. A number of younger princes were named deputy governors on Monday, and a woman was appointed deputy labor
Gay Mardi Gras in Sydney Goes Corporate, Clashing With Activist Roots

Gay Mardi Gras in Sydney Goes Corporate, Clashing With Activist Roots

Hundreds of people attended the Sissy Ball, sponsored by Red Bull, part of Sydney’s Mardi Gras, the city’s premier gay pride event.
The 52 Places Traveler: In Montgomery, a City Embedded With Pain, Finding Progress

The 52 Places Traveler: In Montgomery, a City Embedded With Pain, Finding Progress

Scenes from Montgomery. Clockwise from top right: Students examine the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Civil Rights Memorial, designed by Maya Lin; a Nat King Cole mural on Maxwell Boulevard near