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Op-Ed Contributor: Decolonizing the Art Museum: The Next Wave

Op-Ed Contributor: Decolonizing the Art Museum: The Next Wave

Sam Durant’s “Scaffold” at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis was removed shortly after its installation in 2017.
Wary of Being Left Out, Japan Will Host Chinese and South Korean Leaders

Wary of Being Left Out, Japan Will Host Chinese and South Korean Leaders

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, second from right, met with King Abdullah II of Jordan, right, and Crown Prince Hussein in Amman on Tuesday. Mr. Abe faces significant challenges in the Korea talks.
Instagram Unveils a Bully Filter

Instagram Unveils a Bully Filter

Instagram, owned by Facebook, is expanding its anti-bullying initiative in an effort to rid the popular social media site of bullies.
Two Top Aides to Scott Pruitt Quit the E.P.A. Unexpectedly

Two Top Aides to Scott Pruitt Quit the E.P.A. Unexpectedly

Albert Kelly, who ran the Superfund program, at a public E.P.A. meeting in Butte, Mont., in April.
Trilobites: Gaia’s Map of 1.3 Billion Stars Makes for a Milky Way in a Bottle

Trilobites: Gaia’s Map of 1.3 Billion Stars Makes for a Milky Way in a Bottle

A view of the Milky Way and neighboring galaxies, containing more than a billion stars, released by the European Space Agency’s Gaia mission.
Global Health: Tick and Mosquito Infections Spreading Rapidly, C.D.C. Finds

Global Health: Tick and Mosquito Infections Spreading Rapidly, C.D.C. Finds

More Americans are living in wooded suburbs near deer, which carry the ticks that spread Lyme disease, anaplasmosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, babesiosis, rabbit fever and Powassan virus.
Mark Zuckerberg Has a Message: Facebook Will Keep Building

Mark Zuckerberg Has a Message: Facebook Will Keep Building

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, addressed the company’s F8 developer conference in San Jose, Calif., on Tuesday. He expressed a commitment to protecting users’ data.
R. Kelly Faces a #MeToo Reckoning as Time’s Up Backs a Protest

R. Kelly Faces a #MeToo Reckoning as Time’s Up Backs a Protest

R. Kelly has been accused of being violent and sexually coercive with women as young as 13. While he denies the accusations and isn’t facing any criminal charges, the grass-roots #MuteRKelly campaign
Is This Artichoke Kosher? Rome Defends a Classic Jewish Dish

Is This Artichoke Kosher? Rome Defends a Classic Jewish Dish

Artichokes on display outside a restaurant along Via Portico d’Ottavia, in the Jewish ghetto in Rome.
This Man Is Taking France to Court to Win Back France.com

This Man Is Taking France to Court to Win Back France.com

France.com now redirects to France.fr, a portal run by the French tourism agency.
In a Slim Season, the Tonys Show Love to Brits, Classics and Sponges

In a Slim Season, the Tonys Show Love to Brits, Classics and Sponges

Harry Hadden-Paton and Lauren Ambrose, both nominated for Tonys in the revival of “My Fair Lady.”
Europe Is Annoyed, Not Grateful, After Trump Delays Tariffs

Europe Is Annoyed, Not Grateful, After Trump Delays Tariffs

The furnace at the steel producer Salzgitter AG in Germany. The Europeans say they will discuss the Trump administration’s concerns only after the bloc receives a permanent, unconditional exemption
Bringing Jerome Robbins’s Broadway Home to City Ballet

Bringing Jerome Robbins’s Broadway Home to City Ballet

Warren Carlyle working with New York City Ballet dancers on “Something to Dance About,” which he put together from parts of nine Robbins musicals.
Stephen Posen Knows How to Fashion a Line. So Does His Son, Zac Posen.

Stephen Posen Knows How to Fashion a Line. So Does His Son, Zac Posen.

The painter Stephen Posen in his SoHo studio. His new show, “Stephen Posen Threads: Paintings from the 1960s and ’70s,” opens Tuesday.
Restaurant Review: French Cafe Food, Not So New but Very Much Improved

Restaurant Review: French Cafe Food, Not So New but Very Much Improved

The chef, Marie-Aude Rose, got her training in the unforgiving Paris kitchens of Guy Savoy and Pierre Gagnaire.
Facebook’s Privacy Changes Leave Developers Steaming

Facebook’s Privacy Changes Leave Developers Steaming

Developers at Facebook’s annual developer conference, F8, last year. The company’s relationship with its vast community of developers has reached a tense moment once more.
The Democrats’ Real Diversity Problem

The Democrats’ Real Diversity Problem

Representative Joseph Crowley, Democrat of New York.
Vaping Products That Look Like Juice Boxes and Candy Are Target of Crackdown

Vaping Products That Look Like Juice Boxes and Candy Are Target of Crackdown

A handout from the F.D.A. showing misleading packaging on liquid nicotine products, left, compared to an actual juice product.
Abbas Attar, Who Photographed Iran’s Revolution, Dies at 74

Abbas Attar, Who Photographed Iran’s Revolution, Dies at 74

The Iranian photographer Abbas. His book “Allah O Akbar: A Journey Through Militant Islam” (1994), recounted his travels through 29 Islamic countries.