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Trump’s Tariffs Set Off Storm of Lobbying

Trump’s Tariffs Set Off Storm of Lobbying

A JFE Steel Corporation plant in Chiba, Japan. Japan is one of many countries that has asked to be excluded from the United States tariffs.

Two by Design: The Creative Couple Bridging the Worlds of Hospitality and Embroidery

Naina Shah and Abhishek Honawar work between New York and India: she in fashion, he in hospitality. Next, they will team up on their own design studio.

Second Top Nike Executive Departs Amid Complaints of Workplace Behavior

A Nike store in Manhattan. The company has acknowledged internal complaints over workplace behavior. “This disturbs and saddens me,” said the chief executive, Mark Parker.
‘Lean In’: Five Years Later

‘Lean In’: Five Years Later

Sunny Bates, with her daughter Lola Bates-Campbell, said Sheryl Sandberg “put language to some workplace issues we all know exist but don’t always know how to talk about.”
Is Chris Zablocki the Best Extreme Marathoner?

Is Chris Zablocki the Best Extreme Marathoner?

Chris Zablocki, 29, lives in Essex, Conn. “Chris is unlike anybody else I’ve met; he loves running for the sake of running but also has the ability to push his body to extreme limits,” said a former
DeAndre Harris, Beaten by White Supremacists in Charlottesville, Is Found Not Guilty of Assault

DeAndre Harris, Beaten by White Supremacists in Charlottesville, Is Found Not Guilty of Assault

Demonstrations took place outside the courthouse in Charlottesville, Va., on Friday, before DeAndre Harris was acquitted of misdemeanor assault. Mr. Harris was brutally beaten at a rally of white
F.A.A. Halts ‘Doors-Off’ Helicopter Flights After New York Crash

F.A.A. Halts ‘Doors-Off’ Helicopter Flights After New York Crash

A helicopter crash in New York City on Sunday resulted in the deaths of five passengers.
Trump, the Television President, Expands His Cast

Trump, the Television President, Expands His Cast

Larry Kudlow, center, on a CNBC set this month, is set to make a rare move from television to a White House job heavy on policy.
He Owns Much of Ethiopia. The Saudis Won’t Say Where They’re Hiding Him.

He Owns Much of Ethiopia. The Saudis Won’t Say Where They’re Hiding Him.

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Riyadh last month. Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi was among a number of high-profile figures held at the hotel after a wave of arrests last year. Sheikh Amoudi has been
Qualcomm’s Ex-Chairman to Leave Amid Plans to Buy Company

Qualcomm’s Ex-Chairman to Leave Amid Plans to Buy Company

Paul Jacobs, whose father co-founded Qualcomm, a chip-making giant, has told fellow board members that he wants to take the company private.

Op-Ed Contributor: Why Gun Culture Is So Strong in Rural America

After a mass shooting, where you might blame guns, rural conservatives don’t. They blame the shooter.
Review: At Washington Ballet, 3 Affable, Immature Premieres

Review: At Washington Ballet, 3 Affable, Immature Premieres

Clifton Brown’s “Menagerie,” one of three ballets having their premieres at Washington Ballet on Thursday night.
Encounters: Karlie Kloss Teaches Teenage Girls How to Code

Encounters: Karlie Kloss Teaches Teenage Girls How to Code

Karlie Kloss, left, shot an iPhone video to promote her Kode With Klossy camp for teenage girls this summer.
New Banksy Mural in New York Protests Turkish Artist’s Imprisonment

New Banksy Mural in New York Protests Turkish Artist’s Imprisonment

A new work by Banksy in downtown Manhattan protests the imprisonment of Zehra Dogan.
Review: On Netflix, a Wild Story of Guns, Sex and a Guru

Review: On Netflix, a Wild Story of Guns, Sex and a Guru

Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his followers in “Wild Wild Country,” a documentary series on Netflix by the brothers Chapman and Maclain Way.
They Talk About Porn in This Show. Audience Participation Is Encouraged.

They Talk About Porn in This Show. Audience Participation Is Encouraged.

Christopher Green, the creator and co-director of “Prurience,” an immersive theater piece in which audience members “join” a self-help group for pornography addicts.
Review: As James Levine Sues, the Met Opera Opens a New ‘Così’

Review: As James Levine Sues, the Met Opera Opens a New ‘Così’

Adam Plachetka, inside the heart, and Serena Malfi in a surreal vision of 1950s Coney Island in Mozart’s “Così Fan Tutte” at the Metropolitan Opera.
Living With Cancer: Black Cancer Matters

Living With Cancer: Black Cancer Matters

A meeting in Crossett, Ark., where many residents have medical problems, in a scene from the documentary “Company Town.”
Quebec Road Trip: The Meal Began With a Foie Gras Cake. It Ended With Snow and Maple Syrup.

Quebec Road Trip: The Meal Began With a Foie Gras Cake. It Ended With Snow and Maple Syrup.

A meal at Martin Picard’s famous Cabane à Sucre Au Pied de Cochon in Mirabel, Quebec.