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The F.B.I. and the Mystery of the Mummy’s Head

The F.B.I. and the Mystery of the Mummy’s Head

This mummified, severed head was recovered from an ancient Egyptian tomb in 1915. Scientists needed to collect DNA to figure out whom the head belonged to.
When #MeToo Infamy Taints Your Famous Benefactor

When #MeToo Infamy Taints Your Famous Benefactor

Kevin Spacey at a benefit in 2014 for his foundation, which mentored and trained young performers. It shut down in February after he was accused of sexual misconduct by several young actors.
The New Health Care: Fighting Over Chores? Spend Some Money, Save the Marriage

The New Health Care: Fighting Over Chores? Spend Some Money, Save the Marriage

Letting someone else do the work in and around the house, for example with a robotic lawnmower, could save time and cut down on stress and arguments.
‘I Can’t Stop’: Schools Struggle With Vaping Explosion

‘I Can’t Stop’: Schools Struggle With Vaping Explosion

Liz Blackwell, a school nurse in Boulder, Colo., showed a collection of vape pens that had been confiscated from students during a presentation at Nevin Platt Middle School in March.
Welcome to New York, and Here’s a To-Do List

Welcome to New York, and Here’s a To-Do List

Richard A. Carranza, left, and Mayor Bill de Blasio during the announcement of Mr. Carranza as the new chancellor of New York City’s schools last month.
How Giancarlo Stanton Let Go of ‘Mike’ and Embraced Who He Is

How Giancarlo Stanton Let Go of ‘Mike’ and Embraced Who He Is

Giancarlo Stanton made an instant splash with the Yankees, hitting two home runs in the season opener on Thursday in Toronto. The home opener is Monday.
Steven Bochco, Producer of ‘Hill Street Blues’ and ‘NYPD Blue,’ Dies at 74

Steven Bochco, Producer of ‘Hill Street Blues’ and ‘NYPD Blue,’ Dies at 74

Steven Bochco in his office in Los Angeles in 1995. “We wouldn’t have the excellence on TV, on cable, broadcast and streaming if it wasn’t for what Steven Bochco did on broadcast TV,” one critic said.
Tech Thinks It Has a Fix for the Problems It Created: Blockchain

Tech Thinks It Has a Fix for the Problems It Created: Blockchain

Ryan Shea, a co-founder of the start-up Blockstack, is one of many entrepreneurs who think blockchain technology could help people wrest control of their personal information away from the internet
Costa Rica Election Hands Presidency to Governing Party Stalwart

Costa Rica Election Hands Presidency to Governing Party Stalwart

Carlos Alvarado Quesada after casting his ballot in a presidential runoff in San José, Costa Rica, on Sunday. A former labor minister, he won nearly 61 percent of the vote.
Where Companies Welcome Refugees, the More, the Better

Where Companies Welcome Refugees, the More, the Better

A Sierra Leone refugee, Ahmed Fofana, on the shuttle bus taking him and another refugee, Suleiman Kabba, to Woodstock, Va. They were willing to go to an out-of-the-way place for work that native-born
China Slaps Tariffs on 128 U.S. Products, Including Wine, Pork and Pipes

China Slaps Tariffs on 128 U.S. Products, Including Wine, Pork and Pipes

A pig farm in Iowa in 2014. China will impose a 25 percent tariff on American pork, an important moneymaker, especially in farming regions in states that voted for President Trump.