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The Endless and Painful ‘Most Dramatic Finale Ever’ of ‘The Bachelor’

The Endless and Painful ‘Most Dramatic Finale Ever’ of ‘The Bachelor’

Eliminated contestants reacted during the live finale of season 22 of the “The Bachelor.”
How the Spoils Were Doled Out to Trump Campaign Workers and Allies

How the Spoils Were Doled Out to Trump Campaign Workers and Allies

President Trump last year addressing the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank. He has filled jobs with former Heritage employees, as well as former lobbyists and campaign workers.
Cohn’s Departure Widens Policy Rift Between Party and President

Cohn’s Departure Widens Policy Rift Between Party and President

Gary D. Cohn, who is resigning as director of the National Economic Council, championed the type of economic policies that Republicans support.
Up Next: A Muslim Fashion Blogger With a Fierce Message

Up Next: A Muslim Fashion Blogger With a Fierce Message

Hoda Katebi, a hijab-wearing fashion blogger in Chicago.
Top Architecture Prize Goes to Low-Cost Housing Pioneer From India

Top Architecture Prize Goes to Low-Cost Housing Pioneer From India

Balkrishna Doshi, the winner of this year’s Pritzker Prize for architecture.
Peter Thiel’s Money Talks, in Contentious Ways. But What Does He Say?

Peter Thiel’s Money Talks, in Contentious Ways. But What Does He Say?

“We were far from perfect” in seeing problems that were around the corner, said Peter Thiel, a Facebook board member, in his Manhattan apartment.
No More ‘Fatherland’? Germans Debate Gender-Neutral Anthem

No More ‘Fatherland’? Germans Debate Gender-Neutral Anthem

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany singing the national anthem alongside members of her party in 2016. According to a spokesman, she is “very happy with our nice national anthem as it is.”
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Is Trump About to Start a Trade War?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Is Trump About to Start a Trade War?

A steel mill in Germany. Steel accounts for less than 2 percent of United States imports.
Gary Cohn’s Departure From White House Has Wall St. Worried

Gary Cohn’s Departure From White House Has Wall St. Worried

Gary D. Cohn, who said on Tuesday that he would resign as chairman of the National Economic Council, was a key White House gatekeeper for corporate executives.
Design Books to Kick-Start Your Decorating Projects

Design Books to Kick-Start Your Decorating Projects

The London townhouse of Nikki Tibbles, a florist, is featured in “It’s Beautiful Here.”
Frail, Old and Dying, but Their Only Way Out of Prison Is a Coffin

Frail, Old and Dying, but Their Only Way Out of Prison Is a Coffin

Kevin Zeich died shortly after his request for compassionate release was granted by the federal Bureau of Prisons. Only his belongings — and his ashes — made it to the home of his daughter, Kimberly
Tech We’re Using: How Canada’s Tech Scene Is Thriving (Including the Instant Pot)

Tech We’re Using: How Canada’s Tech Scene Is Thriving (Including the Instant Pot)

Ian Austen, a New York Times correspondent, working in a coffee shop in Ottawa, the city that gave the world the Instant Pot.

Dow and S.&P. Lower After Gary Cohn’s White House Exit

Stocks lost ground Wednesday after President Trump’s top economic adviser said he would resign amid a dispute over plans to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum.
The Power of Tower Records

The Power of Tower Records

Bruce Springsteen fans waiting to buy concert tickets at the Tower Records store on Broadway in New York in July 1985.
North Korean Leader, Known for His Bluster, Reveals Diplomatic Skills

North Korean Leader, Known for His Bluster, Reveals Diplomatic Skills

A photograph released by North Korea’s state-run news agency of the country’s leader, Kim Jong-un, right, meeting South Korea’s chief delegate, Chung Eui-yong, in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Monday.
Broadcom Pledges 5G Investment to Win Approval of Qualcomm Deal

Broadcom Pledges 5G Investment to Win Approval of Qualcomm Deal

Broadcom’s campus in Irvine, Calif. The chip maker promised to create a $1.5 billion investment fund to train American engineers if successful in its bid for its rival Qualcomm.
California Today: California Today: Why This Year’s Low Snowpack Doesn’t Indicate a Drought

California Today: California Today: Why This Year’s Low Snowpack Doesn’t Indicate a Drought

Frank Gehrke, chief of the California Cooperative Snow Surveys Program, right, checks the depth of the snowpack during a supplemental snow survey on Monday.
U.S. Holocaust Museum Revokes Award to Aung San Suu Kyi

U.S. Holocaust Museum Revokes Award to Aung San Suu Kyi

Myanmar’s civilian leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, has failed to “condemn and stop the military’s brutal campaign” against the Rohingya minority, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum said in
Talks With North Korea? China Approves (No Matter the Outcome)

Talks With North Korea? China Approves (No Matter the Outcome)

South Korean TV coverage of the recent diplomatic developments on the Korean Peninsula. China, which hosted the last serious negotiations over North Korea’s nuclear program, has so far been a