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Tiger Woods, Near the Top of the Leaderboard Again, Thrills Fans (and Opponents)

Tiger Woods, Near the Top of the Leaderboard Again, Thrills Fans (and Opponents)

Tiger Woods after making a 71-foot birdie putt on the seventh hole at Bay Hill Club. He shot a four-under-par 68 in the first round.
Matter: What’s Behind Many Mystery Ailments? Genetic Mutations, Study Finds

Matter: What’s Behind Many Mystery Ailments? Genetic Mutations, Study Finds

A light micrograph of a perforated bowel in a newborn baby with cystic fibrosis. Many Mendelian diseases, like this one, may go undetected in patients, a new study finds.
Op-Ed Columnist: Worthy Is the Lamb

Op-Ed Columnist: Worthy Is the Lamb

Conor Lamb reciting the Pledge of Allegiance with members of the United Mine Workers of America on Sunday in Waynesburg, Pa.
James Levine, Fired Over Abuse Allegations, Sues the Met Opera

James Levine, Fired Over Abuse Allegations, Sues the Met Opera

James Levine, acknowledging applause in 2013, was fired Monday for what the Metropolitan Opera called “sexually abusive and harassing conduct.” He sued the opera on Thursday.
Op-Ed Columnist: Voters May Be Wising Up

Op-Ed Columnist: Voters May Be Wising Up

A voter’s politics were on display in Waynesburg, Pa.
In Larry Kudlow, Trump Finds His Economic Evangelist

In Larry Kudlow, Trump Finds His Economic Evangelist

“The president likes me as a media communicator, so I will be more than happy to oblige,” Larry Kudlow, President Trump’s choice to lead the National Economic Council, told his longtime colleagues at
Cyberattacks Put Russian Fingers on the Switch at Power Plants, U.S. Says

Cyberattacks Put Russian Fingers on the Switch at Power Plants, U.S. Says

U.S. officials said the strikes accelerated in late 2015, at the same time the Russian interference in the American election was underway.
Art Review: Asia Week’s Rare and Unusual Objects for Art Lovers and Collectors

Art Review: Asia Week’s Rare and Unusual Objects for Art Lovers and Collectors

A view of the exhibition “A Giant Leap: The Transformation of Hasegawa Tohaku” at Japan Society.
Trilobites: Steve, a Famous Northern Light, Stays Mysterious (and Keeps His Name)

Trilobites: Steve, a Famous Northern Light, Stays Mysterious (and Keeps His Name)

An aurora borealis-like phenomenon observable in Canada — but much farther south than the northern lights appear — over Childs Lake, Manitoba. It has been given the name Steve, for Strong Thermal
Fallout for United Airlines Continues After Death of Kokito the French Bulldog

Fallout for United Airlines Continues After Death of Kokito the French Bulldog

Putting animals like Kokito, a French bulldog, in the overhead compartment was already against United Airline’s policies. Two senators introduced a bill to prohibit the practice for airlines.
Review: In ‘Love, Simon,’ a Glossy Teen Romance, the Hero Has a Secret

Review: In ‘Love, Simon,’ a Glossy Teen Romance, the Hero Has a Secret

Nick Robinson brings a knowing touch of 1980s Matthew Broderick to his role in “Love, Simon.”
Wary of China, Europe and Others Push Back on Foreign Takeovers

Wary of China, Europe and Others Push Back on Foreign Takeovers

Robotic arms made by Kuka welding together parts of a Volkswagen Passat in Emden, Germany, last week. Kuka, Germany’s biggest and most advanced maker of robotics, was purchased by a Chinese company in
Grant Wood at the Whitney Both Thrills and Disappoints

Grant Wood at the Whitney Both Thrills and Disappoints

“Arnold Comes of Age (Portrait of Arnold Pyle),” from 1930, is part of the retrospective “Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables,” at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
The Prom-Like Intensity of High School Folklórico

The Prom-Like Intensity of High School Folklórico

Students from Porterville Unified School District at Danzantes del Valle.
Judge Says 5 More Women Can Testify Against Bill Cosby

Judge Says 5 More Women Can Testify Against Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby departs the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa., earlier this month after a hearing before his retrial on sexual assault charges.