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After 50 Years at the Met Opera, Paul Plishka Retires (Again)

After 50 Years at the Met Opera, Paul Plishka Retires (Again)

Paul Plishka in his dressing room at the Metropolitan Opera before a performance of “La Bohème.” He is retiring after 50 years with the company.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Stormy Daniels Scandal Gets Serious

Op-Ed Columnist: The Stormy Daniels Scandal Gets Serious

Michael Cohen, a lawyer for President Trump, has said he facilitated a $130,000 payment to a porn actress who claimed to have had an affair with Mr. Trump.
Plant-Loving Millennials at Home and at Work

Plant-Loving Millennials at Home and at Work

Summer Rayne Oakes has created a vertical garden in her dining room that is made out of Mason jars mounted to the wall with wooden boards and hose clamps.
What’s New in Photography? Humanism, MoMA Says

What’s New in Photography? Humanism, MoMA Says

Stephanie Syjuco’s “Cargo Cults: Cover-Up,” 2013-16, pigmented inkjet print at the Museum of Modern Art. Her staged self-portraits question how Western manufacturers both appropriate and create
U.S. Added 313,000 Jobs in February. Here’s What That Means.

U.S. Added 313,000 Jobs in February. Here’s What That Means.

A worker, Dylan McCone, at Camden Yards Steel in Camden, N.J. February’s job numbers could establish a baseline to measure the impact of President Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs over the coming
Vows: From Crayons to Chemo, He’s Back by Her Side

Vows: From Crayons to Chemo, He’s Back by Her Side

Elizabeth Stipkovits and James Garish on their way to the reception after their wedding, which was paid for by Jamie’s Dream Team.
Corner Office: Merck C.E.O. Ken Frazier on Death Row Cases and the Corporate Soul

Corner Office: Merck C.E.O. Ken Frazier on Death Row Cases and the Corporate Soul

Kenneth Frazier, the chief executive officer of Merck. “I actually don’t see that big a conflict between meeting the needs of shareholders and meeting the needs of society,” Mr. Frazier said.
Big City: Reckless Driving and the Limits of Vision Zero

Big City: Reckless Driving and the Limits of Vision Zero

A makeshift memorial sprang up at the site where two children were killed by a driver, but as is often common, the woman behind the wheel has not been charged.
At the Crossroads of Church and Race, a Reporter Glimpses His Childhood

At the Crossroads of Church and Race, a Reporter Glimpses His Childhood

The Gateway Church in the Dallas-Forth Worth area is one of the largest churches in the country.
The Fix: Buying Art Doesn’t Have to Be Intimidating: Yes, There’s an App

The Fix: Buying Art Doesn’t Have to Be Intimidating: Yes, There’s an App

Using the Houzz app, shoppers can virtually hang true-to-scale paintings, mirrors and other wall décor in their homes.
At the Hayden Planetarium, a Joyride Across the Cosmos

At the Hayden Planetarium, a Joyride Across the Cosmos

Carter Emmart at the American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium with an OpenSpace projection.
Editorial: What Happened to Trump’s Red Line on Chemical Weapons?

Editorial: What Happened to Trump’s Red Line on Chemical Weapons?

A Syrian girl was treated for breathing difficulties after airstrikes in Eastern Ghouta.
Stephen Colbert Cracks North Korea Jokes on the Fly

Stephen Colbert Cracks North Korea Jokes on the Fly

Stephen Colbert and his team came up with punchlines on short notice as news broke Thursday that North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, had proposed a meeting with President Trump.
Op-Ed Contributor: To Be Young and Pashtun in Pakistan

Op-Ed Contributor: To Be Young and Pashtun in Pakistan

Demonstrators with a picture of Naqeebullah Mehsud, 27, killed by the Karachi police in January.
Word of Trump-Kim Summit Meeting Stirs Concern in Asia

Word of Trump-Kim Summit Meeting Stirs Concern in Asia

Asian shares were higher Friday morning on word that the American and North Korean leaders would meet. But officials and analysts were wary.