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The Man Who Knew Too Little

The Man Who Knew Too Little

Erik Hagerman heads out for his morning ritual, a 30-minute drive into town for coffee and a scone at his favorite coffee shop in Athens, Ohio.
The Week in Good News: A Penguin Supercolony, an Indigenous Roller Derby Team and a Message in a Bottle

The Week in Good News: A Penguin Supercolony, an Indigenous Roller Derby Team and a Message in a Bottle

A curious and shiny-bellied Adélie penguin had a closer look at the quadcopter used to count the colony.
Turning the Rubble of China’s Mass Evictions Into Protest Art

Turning the Rubble of China’s Mass Evictions Into Protest Art

Yang Qian with his installations at an art gallery in Beijing. He has used objects from demolished migrant neighborhoods to portray what he calls a “discarded class” of people.
Trump Rules: Trump Rollbacks Target Offshore Rules ‘Written With Human Blood’

Trump Rules: Trump Rollbacks Target Offshore Rules ‘Written With Human Blood’

Platforms south of Port Fourchon, La., the busiest spot in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas production.
In Britain’s Playgrounds, ‘Bringing in Risk’ to Build Resilience

In Britain’s Playgrounds, ‘Bringing in Risk’ to Build Resilience

A boy about to send a pile of bricks flying at the risk-enhanced playground at the Richmond Avenue Primary and Nursery School in Shoeburyness, England.
‘ISIS Is Coming!’ How a French Company Pushed the Limits in War-Torn Syria

‘ISIS Is Coming!’ How a French Company Pushed the Limits in War-Torn Syria

Bruno Lafont, a former chief executive of Lafarge, the French cement maker, in 2015. The company is accused of putting employees in danger and paying off militant groups to keep its Syrian operations
Dial P for Privacy: The Phone Booth Is Back

Dial P for Privacy: The Phone Booth Is Back

A private phone booth at the SoHo branch of The Wing, an all-female co-working space. This one is named after Ramona Quimby, the young heroine in a series of Beverly Cleary novels.
Huma Bhabha Takes an Ax to Her Exhibit at the Met

Huma Bhabha Takes an Ax to Her Exhibit at the Met

The Pakistani artist Huma Bhabha in her studio in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
A Childhood Hobby Matures Into a World-Class Collection

A Childhood Hobby Matures Into a World-Class Collection

Pedro Corrêa do Lago in Paris in February. He has collected 100,000 autographs.
Trade War Prospect Shakes Part of Trump Base: Midwest Farmers

Trade War Prospect Shakes Part of Trump Base: Midwest Farmers

Eldon Gould with a baby hog on his farm in Maple Park, Ill. Though he is concerned about the risk of a trade war that could hurt farm exports, he thinks that many farmers are not ready to abandon
British Investigators Visit Graves of Russian Ex-Spy’s Wife and Son

British Investigators Visit Graves of Russian Ex-Spy’s Wife and Son

Members of the British military were deployed on Friday to the scene where Mr. Skripal and his daughter were found after being poisoned.
Get to Know the Colors on Paul Taylor’s Palette

Get to Know the Colors on Paul Taylor’s Palette

Michael Trusnovec, center, and the Paul Taylor Dance Company rehearsing “Mercuric Tidings.”
Gunman and 3 Hostages Found Dead at California Veterans Home

Gunman and 3 Hostages Found Dead at California Veterans Home

Officers outside the Veterans Home of California after a standoff in Yountville, Calif., on Friday.
Trump’s Military Parade Plans Come Into Focus: Planes, but No Tanks

Trump’s Military Parade Plans Come Into Focus: Planes, but No Tanks

The Bastille Day parade in Paris in July. President Trump attended at the invitation of President Emmanuel Macron of France.
Op-Ed Columnist: In Praise of Globalists

Op-Ed Columnist: In Praise of Globalists

The term “globalist” is in the news again thanks to a tweet sent by Mick Mulvaney, the director of the Office of Management and Budget, following Gary Cohn’s resignation.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Really Wants His Wingman

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Really Wants His Wingman

President Trump greeting Rick Saccone, a Republican state representative and Congressional candidate, and his wife, Yong Saccone, in Pittsburgh in January.
AT&T Backs Off Political Argument in Antitrust Case

AT&T Backs Off Political Argument in Antitrust Case

AT&T argues that it is an underdog against online giants like Facebook and Google.
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Can’t Stop the Sanctuary Movement

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Can’t Stop the Sanctuary Movement

Camilo Zamora carried a sign supporting sanctuary cities during a civil rights march in Oakland, Calif., in January.