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Chasing the Deal: Five Ways to Save on an Upstate New York Getaway This Spring

Chasing the Deal: Five Ways to Save on an Upstate New York Getaway This Spring

Hasbrouck House, a restored 18th-century stone mansion in Stone Ridge, N.Y., is one of the spots in Upstate New York offering off-season deals.
Is Kim Jong-un Visiting Beijing? Online Video Fuels Speculation

Is Kim Jong-un Visiting Beijing? Online Video Fuels Speculation

A military honor guard was spotted Monday in Beijing after a convoy of vehicles entered the the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse where top North Korean leaders have been known to stay on visits to China.
Expelling Russians, Europe and North America Show Unity With U.K.

Expelling Russians, Europe and North America Show Unity With U.K.

A police officer at the Russian Embassy in Berlin on Monday. Germany and other European nations have ordered the expulsion of Russian diplomats over the poisoning of a former spy in Britain.
For Many Strokes, There’s an Effective Treatment. Why Aren’t Some Doctors Offering It?

For Many Strokes, There’s an Effective Treatment. Why Aren’t Some Doctors Offering It?

Dr. Christopher Lewandowski, principal investigator of a clinical trial that found an effective treatment for stroke. Two decades later, he still finds himself explaining the data to doubters in the
Trump Can’t Stop Tweeting, but Goes Silent on Stormy Daniels

Trump Can’t Stop Tweeting, but Goes Silent on Stormy Daniels

President Trump returned to Washington on Sunday after spending the weekend in Florida.
You Know Sister Jean. Meet Father Rob.

You Know Sister Jean. Meet Father Rob.

Rev. Rob Hagan, Villanova’s team chaplain, in 2015. He professes no rivalry with Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, who holds a similar role for Loyola-Chicago’s Final Four-bound team.
Op-Ed Contributor: The War on Drugs Breeds Crafty Traffickers

Op-Ed Contributor: The War on Drugs Breeds Crafty Traffickers

A police investigator in Manila examines the body of a man, a summary execution victim, found dumped on the side of the road in 2016 with his hands tied behind his back and his head wrapped in
The Politics of Waxing

The Politics of Waxing

A visitor with a figure of Susan Sarandon at Madame Tussauds in Times Square.
Critic’s Notebook: How Stormy Daniels Out-Trumped Trump

Critic’s Notebook: How Stormy Daniels Out-Trumped Trump

Stephanie Clifford, the pornographic film star who goes by Stormy Daniels, on “60 Minutes.”
What’s Cooking in That Egg Spoon? A Bite-Size Culture War

What’s Cooking in That Egg Spoon? A Bite-Size Culture War

The chef Alice Waters cooking an egg over a fire in her Berkeley, Calif., kitchen using her beloved, hand-forged iron egg spoon.
The New Health Care: What We Know (and Don’t Know) About How to Lose Weight

The New Health Care: What We Know (and Don’t Know) About How to Lose Weight

Eating fruits and vegetables and consuming less processed food is generally recommended no matter which diet you try.
U.S.-Russia Relations: How Latest Blowup Compares to Earlier Ones

U.S.-Russia Relations: How Latest Blowup Compares to Earlier Ones

Leaving the Russian Embassy in London last week. Britain expelled 23 diplomats after Moscow denied having a role in the poisoning of a former spy.
Insects Flew Before Anything Else Did. So How Did They Get Their Wings?

Insects Flew Before Anything Else Did. So How Did They Get Their Wings?

A fossil of a cockroach dating to the Cretaceous period, about 145 to 65 million years ago. Insects took to the skies much earlier, but there is scant fossil evidence from the period showing how they
Hong Kong Journal: Live in a Drainpipe? Five Extreme Ideas to Solve Hong Kong’s Housing Crisis

Hong Kong Journal: Live in a Drainpipe? Five Extreme Ideas to Solve Hong Kong’s Housing Crisis

Hong Kong has the world’s most expensive housing market. A government task force is considering solutions.
Trump and Western Allies Expel Scores of Russians in Sweeping Rebuke Over U.K. Poisoning

Trump and Western Allies Expel Scores of Russians in Sweeping Rebuke Over U.K. Poisoning

President Trump at the White House on Sunday. He has been criticized for not being firm enough with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.