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Many Accusations, Few Apologies

Many Accusations, Few Apologies

Clockwise from top left: Mario Testino, Bruce Weber, Paul Marciano and Patrick Demarchelier.
A ‘Bright Light,’ Dimmed in the Shadows of Homelessness

A ‘Bright Light,’ Dimmed in the Shadows of Homelessness

A homeless woman became a fixture to passers-by at a handful of spots in Manhattan, including this bench on Fifth Avenue. But in the summer of 2016, she vanished.
How Low Will Market for Antiques Actually Go?

How Low Will Market for Antiques Actually Go?

Todd Merrill Studio in New York City changed its name from Todd Merrill Antiques.
Condé Nast’s 26-Year-Old Man of the Moment

Condé Nast’s 26-Year-Old Man of the Moment

Phillip Picardi, the head of Teen Vogue and an L.B.G.T.Q. community platform called Them, has had a swift rise at Condé Nast.
Telling a Story Through Tiles

Telling a Story Through Tiles

The master bathroom of Gerry Eisenberg in Aiken, S.C. The tree branches are rendered in stone tile and accented with 24-karat gold glass pieces incorporated in the form of delicate leaves.
How College Campuses Are Trying to Tap Students’ Voting Power

How College Campuses Are Trying to Tap Students’ Voting Power

Corey Walker checked his voter registration during a “Bagels and Ballots” event at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
The World Is Embracing S.U.V.s. That’s Bad News for the Climate.

The World Is Embracing S.U.V.s. That’s Bad News for the Climate.

A new Skoda S.U.V., the Kodiaq, was unveiled in Spain in 2016. Drivers in Europe, Australia and China are increasingly favoring S.U.V.s over smaller, more efficient cars.
Podgorze Journal: Why Are Poland’s Nationalists So Popular? Ask a Local Librarian

Podgorze Journal: Why Are Poland’s Nationalists So Popular? Ask a Local Librarian

A mural in memory of the 1920 fight with the Communist Red Army in Lomza, Poland.

How a Drone Hunted Three Kurdish Fighters in Syria

In January, Turkey launched an offensive into Syria’s northwest. We analyzed drone footage released by the military to show how two sides fight on a modern battlefield.
At Home, With Society Room

At Home, With Society Room

Yvan Benbanaste, left, and Fabrice Pinchart-Deny, the founders of Society Room, at the store in Paris.
Trump Pushes Republicans in Congress to Oppose Funding Hudson Rail Tunnel

Trump Pushes Republicans in Congress to Oppose Funding Hudson Rail Tunnel

The Gateway project would expand rail service beneath the Hudson River, a transportation corridor badly in need of infrastructure improvements.
After Brief Split, Trump and N.R.A. Appear to Reconcile

After Brief Split, Trump and N.R.A. Appear to Reconcile

A student-led rally in support of gun control legislation in Washington last week.
Stung by U.S. Tariff Plan, Canada Takes a Deep Breath

Stung by U.S. Tariff Plan, Canada Takes a Deep Breath

The ArcelorMittal Dofasco steel plant in Hamilton, Ontario. Canada is the No. 1 exporter of steel and aluminum to the United States and is vulnerable to tariffs.
5G Cell Service Is Coming. Who Decides Where It Goes?

5G Cell Service Is Coming. Who Decides Where It Goes?

A concept design, left, and two other designs showing how streetlights and utility poles can be modified with equipment, often accompanied by a container on the ground that can be disguised as a
On Campus: I Go to Duke. Do I Have to Care About Basketball?

On Campus: I Go to Duke. Do I Have to Care About Basketball?

The author, Elizabeth Anne Brown, is seen in this framegrab from an ESPN broadcast.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Rise of Dictatorship Incorporated

Op-Ed Columnist: The Rise of Dictatorship Incorporated

A member of the Russian military police stood guard between portraits of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, right, and President Vladimir Putin of Russia outside a post on the outskirts of Damascus.
Why Italy’s Insular Election Is More Important Than It Looks

Why Italy’s Insular Election Is More Important Than It Looks

Members of the far-right movement CasaPound holding torches during a demonstration in Milan last month.