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5 Places: Five Places to Go in Montmartre

5 Places: Five Places to Go in Montmartre

L'Arcane recently won a Michelin star for its contemporary French cooking in the hilltop district of Montmartre in Paris.
Maldives Crisis Could Stir Trouble Between China and India

Maldives Crisis Could Stir Trouble Between China and India

Police officers this month detained an opposition protester demanding the release of political prisoners.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Trump Stain Spreads

Op-Ed Columnist: The Trump Stain Spreads

John Kelly, White House chief of staff, center; with Jared Kushner, senior adviser, left; and Rob Porter, then staff secretary, in the Oval Office in September.
Lena Dunham Says She Had Hysterectomy After Endometriosis

Lena Dunham Says She Had Hysterectomy After Endometriosis

Lena Dunham in 2017. After struggling for years with the pain associated with her endometriosis, she had a hysterectomy last fall.
Nikolas Cruz, Florida Shooting Suspect, Described as ‘Troubled Kid’ With Affinity for Violence

Nikolas Cruz, Florida Shooting Suspect, Described as ‘Troubled Kid’ With Affinity for Violence

The suspect arrested in connection with Wednesday’s shooting at a Florida high school, which left at least 17 people dead, was identified by the sheriff as 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz.
Mikaela Shiffrin’s Gold Rush Begins With a Bang

Mikaela Shiffrin’s Gold Rush Begins With a Bang

Mikaela Shiffrin celebrated with the United States flag after winning gold in the giant slalom.
Elizabeth Warren, Addressing Claims of Native Ancestry, Vows to Press for Tribes

Elizabeth Warren, Addressing Claims of Native Ancestry, Vows to Press for Tribes

Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts during a hearing this month. She used an unannounced appearance to confront a political liability before a potential bid for president.
Editorial: Why Does Trump Ignore Top Officials’ Warnings on Russia?

Editorial: Why Does Trump Ignore Top Officials’ Warnings on Russia?

Mike Pompeo, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, center, testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, along with other intelligence chiefs.
As the Streaming Wars Heat Up, Ryan Murphy Cashes In

As the Streaming Wars Heat Up, Ryan Murphy Cashes In

Ryan Murphy’s roughly $300 million with Netflix is the latest sign of how streaming companies have disrupted traditional Hollywood and driven up prices for stars and series creators.
Trump Lawyer’s Payment to Porn Star Raises New Questions

Trump Lawyer’s Payment to Porn Star Raises New Questions

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer, at Trump Tower in Manhattan last January.
New York Will Investigate Reports of Gay Men Denied Insurance

New York Will Investigate Reports of Gay Men Denied Insurance

A bottle of Truvada at a health center in Manhattan. New York’s insurance regulators will investigate whether companies denied policies to gay men after learning they took the drug to prevent
Lens: Which of These Images Should Be the World Press Photo of the Year?

Lens: Which of These Images Should Be the World Press Photo of the Year?

Aisha, 14, had been kidnapped by Boko Haram and assigned a suicide bombing mission. While strapped with explosives, she found help and escaped. Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria. 2017.
Concussions Can Be Detected With New Blood Test Approved by F.D.A.

Concussions Can Be Detected With New Blood Test Approved by F.D.A.

Samples in a cold storage area at Banyan Biomarkers in San Diego. The company's blood test to detect concussions quickly after injuries was approved by the F.D.A. on Wednesday.
Editorial: South Africa’s Zuma Leaves Behind a Broken Democracy

Editorial: South Africa’s Zuma Leaves Behind a Broken Democracy

Jacob Zuma resigned as South Africa’s president on Wednesday.
Shaun White Now Says He Regrets Past Behavior, as Harassment Claims Resurface

Shaun White Now Says He Regrets Past Behavior, as Harassment Claims Resurface

Shaun White in 2015. On Wednesday, he was asked about a 2016 lawsuit claiming he sexually harassed a former bandmate.

Florida School Shooting: ‘Kids Were Freaking Out’

A gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. The victims included students and adults.
Jacob Zuma’s Legacy Is a Weakened South Africa

Jacob Zuma’s Legacy Is a Weakened South Africa

President Jacob Zuma of South Africa answering questions from members of Parliament in March 2016.