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Critic’s Notebook: For Casual Indian Restaurants, It’s Party Time

Critic’s Notebook: For Casual Indian Restaurants, It’s Party Time

Rahi, in Greenwich Village, is part of a new wave of restaurants trying to bring casual Indian dining into tune with contemporary diners.
John McEntee, Trump Aide, Is Forced Out Over Security Issue, but Joins Re-election Campaign

John McEntee, Trump Aide, Is Forced Out Over Security Issue, but Joins Re-election Campaign

John McEntee, left, President Trump’s personal assistant, at the White House in November. Mr. McEntee was dismissed after his security clearance was revoked.
Jump-Starting the Aquavit Renaissance

Jump-Starting the Aquavit Renaissance

Jonas Andersen, the beverage manager at the Great Northern Food Hall, pours aquavit into a traditional glass at Agern.
The Stone: Bannon’s Deviant ‘Badge of Honor’

The Stone: Bannon’s Deviant ‘Badge of Honor’

Stephen Bannon at the party congress of France’s far-right National Front on Saturday.
Critic’s Notebook: With James Levine Fired, Should We Rethink Maestro Worship?

Critic’s Notebook: With James Levine Fired, Should We Rethink Maestro Worship?

James Levine, left, the music director emeritus of the Metropolitan Opera who was fired by the company on Monday, and Yannick Nézet-Séguin, his successor.

Trump Answers Questions on Rex Tillerson and Mike Pompeo: Full Transcript

President Trump answered questions about the shake-up in his administration.
Lens: Neither Black Nor White in the Mississippi Delta

Lens: Neither Black Nor White in the Mississippi Delta

Ryan and Shawn Kwan, brothers who help out at their parents’ grocery store in Greenville, Miss.
Burning King’s Picture Is Free Speech, European Court Warns Spain

Burning King’s Picture Is Free Speech, European Court Warns Spain

Enric Stern, left, and Jaume Roura during their trial in Madrid in 2007. Spain fined them for insulting the monarchy, but a European Union court overturned that verdict on Tuesday.
Madison Square Garden Has Used Face-Scanning Technology on Customers

Madison Square Garden Has Used Face-Scanning Technology on Customers

Fans arriving at Madison Square Garden last week for the Big East Conference men’s basketball tournament. The Garden has used facial-recognition technology to identify people entering the building.
China Unveils Superagencies to Fight Pollution and Other Threats to Party Rule

China Unveils Superagencies to Fight Pollution and Other Threats to Party Rule

A plan to reorganize China’s government, released Tuesday to the National People’s Congress, would create two powerful new ministries and a new financial regulator.
The Nerve Agent Too Deadly to Use. Until Someone Did.

The Nerve Agent Too Deadly to Use. Until Someone Did.

The Russian foreign minister, Sergey V. Lavrov, said his country had nothing to do with the poisoning of Sergei V. Skripal, dismissing Britain’s allegations as “nonsense.”
Trump Fires Rex Tillerson and Will Replace Him With C.I.A. Chief Pompeo

Trump Fires Rex Tillerson and Will Replace Him With C.I.A. Chief Pompeo

Rex W. Tillerson, a former chief executive of Exxon Mobil, had been among President Trump’s most well-regarded cabinet choices. He is replaced by Mike Pompeo, currently the C.I.A. director.
Blast Hits Palestinian Prime Minister’s Convoy in Gaza

Blast Hits Palestinian Prime Minister’s Convoy in Gaza

The site of an explosion that targeted a convoy carrying the Palestinian prime minister, Rami Hamdallah, in the northern Gaza Strip, on Tuesday.
How Soon Is Too Soon for a Movie of Real-Life Trauma?

How Soon Is Too Soon for a Movie of Real-Life Trauma?

“U — July 22” follows a fictional 19-year-old, played by Andrea Berntzen, during the attack by the right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik in 2011.

A Reporter Rolled Her Eyes, and China’s Internet Broke

The obvious exasperation with a fawning question — a rare unscripted moment from the National People’s Congress — spread quickly on social media. Censors clamped down.
Rex Tillerson, Britain, Qualcomm: Your Tuesday Briefing

Rex Tillerson, Britain, Qualcomm: Your Tuesday Briefing

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at the White House last week. He has been out of favor with President Trump for months.