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Review: ‘Queer Eye’ Aims to Make America Gay(-Friendly) Again

Review: ‘Queer Eye’ Aims to Make America Gay(-Friendly) Again

“Queer Eye” is back with a new crew, including Karamo Brown, center, and Bobby Berk, right, making over men like Tom Jackson, left.
Success of Russia’s Female Figure Skaters Takes a Toll in Injuries and Stress

Success of Russia’s Female Figure Skaters Takes a Toll in Injuries and Stress

Evgenia Medvedeva competing at the European Figure Skating Championships in January in Moscow. She is widely expected to win a medal in women’s singles skating at the Winter Games.
When the Fashion Cycle Meets the Cycle of Life

When the Fashion Cycle Meets the Cycle of Life

Narciso Rodriguez at his office in Gramercy Park.
Bulletin Board: They’re 3 of the U.S.’s Most Innovative C.E.O.s: Ask Them Anything

Bulletin Board: They’re 3 of the U.S.’s Most Innovative C.E.O.s: Ask Them Anything

From left: Ken Frazier, C.E.O. of Merck; Katrina Lake, C.E.O. of Stitch Fix; and Marc Benioff, C.E.O. of Salesforce.
Can Christian Louboutin Trademark Red Soles? An E.U. Court Says No

Can Christian Louboutin Trademark Red Soles? An E.U. Court Says No

Christian Louboutin has registered a trademark in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg referring to “the color red (Pantone 18 1663TP) applied to the sole of a shoe.”
For Korea Inc., Money and Politics Make an Awkward Olympics

For Korea Inc., Money and Politics Make an Awkward Olympics

A view of the Olympic Village this week as preparations for the Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, reached their final stages.
Gains on Wall St. Subside as Global Investors Grow Cautious

Gains on Wall St. Subside as Global Investors Grow Cautious

Shares in Japan were up about 1 percent at midday Wednesday, but they ended the trading day roughly where they’d begun.
In Pakistan, Long-Suffering Pashtuns Find Their Voice

In Pakistan, Long-Suffering Pashtuns Find Their Voice

Demonstrators in Islamabad, Pakistan, last week. The police shooting of Naqeebullah Mehsud, an aspiring model, was “the tipping point” for ethnic Pashtuns angry about years of mistreatment by the
A Suffrage Milestone in U.K., but More to Do in Era of #MeToo

A Suffrage Milestone in U.K., but More to Do in Era of #MeToo

Life-size images of suffragists in Trafalgar Square on Tuesday, the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote in Britain.

Taiwan Earthquake Kills at Least Four; Many Are Missing

The 6.4-magnitude quake struck at 11:50 p.m. near the city of Hualien. Some 145 people were unaccounted for.
Steve Wynn Resigns From Company Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Steve Wynn Resigns From Company Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Stephen Wynn has denied allegations that he pressured women into having sex.
‘Extreme’ Suffering in Syria as Government Steps Up Bombing

‘Extreme’ Suffering in Syria as Government Steps Up Bombing

An injured man was rescued from a building that was hit in an airstrike on Tuesday in the rebel-held area of Eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria.
‘I Know That God Will Forgive Me,’ the Nashville Mayor Says. But Will the Voters?

‘I Know That God Will Forgive Me,’ the Nashville Mayor Says. But Will the Voters?

Mayor Megan Barry of Nashville, during a news conference last week when she revealed that she had an extramarital affair with the former head of her security detail.