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Restaurant Review: A Chinatown Noodle Dynasty Returns in Style

Restaurant Review: A Chinatown Noodle Dynasty Returns in Style

The cold sesame noodles from the original Hwa Yuan Szechuan Inn have been imitated all over New York, often in lamentable fashion.
Iraq Wants $88 Billion for Rebuilding. Allies Offer a Fraction of That.

Iraq Wants $88 Billion for Rebuilding. Allies Offer a Fraction of That.

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, center, joined other top diplomats in Kuwait for a three-day donor conference on rebuilding Iraq, which ends on Wednesday.
Review: ‘This Close,’ a Serious Comedy About Life and Deafness

Review: ‘This Close,’ a Serious Comedy About Life and Deafness

Shoshannah Stern, left, and Josh Feldman in “This Close” on Sundance Now.
White House Let Rob Porter Keep Job Even After Receiving Final F.B.I. Report

White House Let Rob Porter Keep Job Even After Receiving Final F.B.I. Report

Christopher A. Wray, the F.B.I. director, testified Tuesday during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing.
Show Us Your Wall: She Married an Artist, and Now Finds Comfort in His Work

Show Us Your Wall: She Married an Artist, and Now Finds Comfort in His Work

Merele Williams-Adkins in her familiy’s home in Clinton Hill, with work by her husband, Terry Adkins, behind her, and a piece by Glenn Ligon, lower left.
For North Korean Skaters, the Short Program Is Part of a Bigger Plan

For North Korean Skaters, the Short Program Is Part of a Bigger Plan

Ryom Tae-ok, front, and Kim Ju-sik during a practice session last week. The North Korean pair made the Olympics on merit.
Russia Sees Midterm Elections as Chance to Sow Fresh Discord, Intelligence Chiefs Warn

Russia Sees Midterm Elections as Chance to Sow Fresh Discord, Intelligence Chiefs Warn

Leaders of American intelligence agencies testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday.
Dozens of Russians Are Believed Killed in U.S.-Backed Syria Attack

Dozens of Russians Are Believed Killed in U.S.-Backed Syria Attack

American special forces in Manbij, Syria, near the border with Turkey, this month.
On Olympics: U.S. Women’s Hockey Team Is Now Emphasizing Style. But What About Goals?

On Olympics: U.S. Women’s Hockey Team Is Now Emphasizing Style. But What About Goals?

The United States, celebrating after Kendall Coyne scored against Finland, is employing a new strategy that values movement and possession.
News Analysis: Republicans Have Forgotten They Hate Deficits

News Analysis: Republicans Have Forgotten They Hate Deficits

House Budget Committee staffers delivered President Trump’s financial year 2019 budget on Capitol Hill.
Julian Assange’s Arrest Warrant Is Again Upheld by U.K. Judge

Julian Assange’s Arrest Warrant Is Again Upheld by U.K. Judge

The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appearing at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London last May.
Three Centuries of Valentines Offer 12,000 Ways to Say ‘I Love You’

Three Centuries of Valentines Offer 12,000 Ways to Say ‘I Love You’

A cobweb Valentine from about 1845, part of the collection assembled by Nancy Rosin, pulls up into a cone shape.
The Carpetbagger: Allison Janney’s Road to the Oscars Was Paved by a Bird

The Carpetbagger: Allison Janney’s Road to the Oscars Was Paved by a Bird

When it comes to choosing roles, "I love making sense of a hot mess," Allison Janney said.
A.N.C. Tells Jacob Zuma to Step Down as South Africa’s President

A.N.C. Tells Jacob Zuma to Step Down as South Africa’s President

President Jacob Zuma of South Africa in 2015. The confrontation between Mr. Zuma and his party, the African National Congress, heightened a power struggle that has paralyzed the country.
Fake News Sways Elections, Right? Sorry, That’s Fake News

Fake News Sways Elections, Right? Sorry, That’s Fake News

A book about “Fake News” was displayed last November by a supporter of Roy Moore, who unsuccessfully ran for Senate in Alabama.
Trump Pressures Democrats Over DACA and Infrastructure Plan

Trump Pressures Democrats Over DACA and Infrastructure Plan

President Trump during a meeting about infrastructure at the White House on Monday.
Lawsuit Takes Aim at Trump Administration Marijuana Policy

Lawsuit Takes Aim at Trump Administration Marijuana Policy

Alexis Bortell, right, is a 12-year-old girl with epilepsy who uses medical marijuana as part of her treatment. She is one of five named plaintiffs suing to legalize pot under federal law.