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Playing Trump on ‘S.N.L.,’ Baldwin Takes On White House Turmoil

Playing Trump on ‘S.N.L.,’ Baldwin Takes On White House Turmoil

Alec Baldwin, center, reprised his role as President Trump on “S.N.L.” Referring to the departure of Hope Hicks, the White House aide, he said, “Jared Kushner’s basically the hottest chick left in the
A Night of Laughs Between Trump and His Favorite Punching Bag

A Night of Laughs Between Trump and His Favorite Punching Bag

President Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, at the White House on Saturday before attending the Gridiron Club Dinner.
IT’S NO SECRET: She Knows His Crazy, and He Knows Hers

IT’S NO SECRET: She Knows His Crazy, and He Knows Hers

Kimberly Van Munching and Christopher Van Munching, who have been married for 21 years, share that small acts of kindness has been the key to the success of their marriage.
Mueller’s Focus on Adviser to Emirates Suggests Broader Investigation

Mueller’s Focus on Adviser to Emirates Suggests Broader Investigation

George Nader, an adviser to the leader of the United Arab Emirates, has been questioned in the special counsel investigation, according to people with knowledge of the discussion.
News Analysis: Netanyahu, Under Fire at Home, Seeks a Warm Embrace in U.S.

News Analysis: Netanyahu, Under Fire at Home, Seeks a Warm Embrace in U.S.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, whose visit to Washington starts this weekend, will confront issues of great consequence, both for Israel’s national security and for its historically
Op-Ed Contributor: In West Virginia, the Politicians Fail, and the Teachers Rise

Op-Ed Contributor: In West Virginia, the Politicians Fail, and the Teachers Rise

Teachers demonstrated at the Capitol building in Charleston, W.Va., on Tuesday.
Take Me to Church and Let Me Dance

Take Me to Church and Let Me Dance

The choreographer and performer Reggie Wilson at St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery. He is the curator of “Dancing Platform, Praying Grounds: Blackness, Churches and Downtown Dance."
Trump’s Yanked Support for Hudson Tunnel Angers Those Who Saw a Done Deal

Trump’s Yanked Support for Hudson Tunnel Angers Those Who Saw a Done Deal

A tour of the Gateway tunnel project near 31st Street in Manhattan, between 10th and 11th Avenues. President Trump has withdrawn his support for the project, widely viewed as a critical solution for
Women Could Decide Italy’s Election, but They Feel Invisible

Women Could Decide Italy’s Election, but They Feel Invisible

Eleonora Rossi with her daughter Sofia at The Beehive, a shared work space in Rome with day care attached.
Central Michigan University Gunman Was Acting Oddly Before Shooting, Police Say

Central Michigan University Gunman Was Acting Oddly Before Shooting, Police Say

The police searching neighborhoods near Central Michigan University for James Eric Davis Jr. on Friday in Mount Pleasant, Mich. Mr. Davis, a sophomore, was sought after his parents were shot and
Lebanon’s Prime Minister Posts Smiling Selfie With Saudi Crown Prince

Lebanon’s Prime Minister Posts Smiling Selfie With Saudi Crown Prince

Prime Minister Saad Hariri of Lebanon, right, tweeted a grinning selfie on Friday with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia, left, and the Saudi ambassador to the United States, Prince

Authorities Say Man Shoots Himself to Death Near White House

The Secret Service says a man shot himself to death Saturday as he stood near the fence along the north side of the White House.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Macroeconomics of Trade War

Op-Ed Columnist: The Macroeconomics of Trade War

The Insteel Wire Products facility in Houston. The business would be affected by a tariff on imported steel.
The Day the Queen Was Almost Shot

The Day the Queen Was Almost Shot

Queen Elizabeth ll and Prince Philip in October 1981 in Wellington, New Zealand. During the visit to the country, a troubled teenager fired at the queen.
Opinion: Making Movies After #MeToo

Opinion: Making Movies After #MeToo

The author, Minhal Baig, in red, on the set of her film “Hala.”
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How Mexican Directors Conquered Hollywood

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How Mexican Directors Conquered Hollywood

From left, Alfonso Cuarón, Guillermo del Toro and Alejandro G. Iñárritu at the Gotham Awards in 2006.
Eight Dead, Including Two Children, in Fierce Nor’easter

Eight Dead, Including Two Children, in Fierce Nor’easter

Two municipal workers, David Boardly, left, and James Ockimey, worked to clear a downed tree in Marple Township, Pa., on Friday.