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On College Basketball: Donte DiVincenzo Is Villanova’s Newest Star. Next Year It’ll Be Someone Else.

On College Basketball: Donte DiVincenzo Is Villanova’s Newest Star. Next Year It’ll Be Someone Else.

Donte DiVincenzo winking after a shot against Michigan on Monday. He had 31 points, five rebounds and three assists in Villanova’s title win.
Best of Late Night: Trump Proclaims Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Late Night Thinks It’s a Joke

Best of Late Night: Trump Proclaims Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Late Night Thinks It’s a Joke

“April is also National Presidential Unawareness Month,” Jimmy Fallon said after noting the president’s proclamation.
What’s It Like to Visit Wakanda? You Had Some (Great) Ideas

What’s It Like to Visit Wakanda? You Had Some (Great) Ideas

“Honor Wakanda’s lineage with a breathtaking view of one of the nation’s awe-inspiring monuments to the ancestors! Each panther is crafted with the finest of natural elements found right within
A Wave of Young Women Running Campaigns (and Changing Politics)

A Wave of Young Women Running Campaigns (and Changing Politics)

Emma Brown last month at Lindsey Davis Stover’s home in McLean, Va. Ms. Brown, 24, Ms. Davis Stover’s campaign manager, was writing a “triage” list of things that needed to be dealt with that day.
China Finds California Wine Pairs Well With a Trade War

China Finds California Wine Pairs Well With a Trade War

Stephanie and Michael Honig of Honig Vineyard and Winery in Napa Valley, who have worked to build a Chinese clientele. Mr. Honig said California wines were vulnerable in a trade war because “we are
Trending: How Travelers Can Help Hurricane-Damaged Islands

Trending: How Travelers Can Help Hurricane-Damaged Islands

Planting native trees in the community of Cialitos in Puerto Rico.
The 52 Places Traveler: In Peru, a Still-Hidden Alternative to Machu Picchu

The 52 Places Traveler: In Peru, a Still-Hidden Alternative to Machu Picchu

Scenes in and around Kuélap, Peru. Clockwise from top right: a flower blooms in the mountains above the Utcubamba River Valley; the courtyard at the Casa Hacienda Achamaqui; coca tea at Restaurante
On Dessert: A New Pastry Layers Tastes of France and Syria

On Dessert: A New Pastry Layers Tastes of France and Syria

Myriam Sabet makes about a half-dozen variations of the 1001 Feuilles, each with layers of phyllo sandwiching a nut mixture in the style of baklava.
With L Train Shutdown a Year Off, Lower Manhattan Braces for Upheaval

With L Train Shutdown a Year Off, Lower Manhattan Braces for Upheaval

The L train, one of New York City’s busiest subway lines, will be shut down in Manhattan early next year, forcing thousands of riders to use alternatives, including buses, which will flood 14th Street
South Africa Says Australia Retracted Claim of ‘Persecuted’ White Farmers

South Africa Says Australia Retracted Claim of ‘Persecuted’ White Farmers

Peter Dutton, Australia’s home affairs minister, in Canberra in February. In March, Mr. Dutton said that “persecuted” white South African farmers deserved the protection of a “civilized country” and
Op-Ed Contributor: Gaza Screams for Life

Op-Ed Contributor: Gaza Screams for Life

Palestinian women near the Israel-Gaza border on March 29, a day before the start of a six-week sit-in by Palestinians that turned deadly.
Op-Ed Contributor: India Loves Data but Fails to Protect It

Op-Ed Contributor: India Loves Data but Fails to Protect It

A woman had her irises scanned for inclusion in India's national biometric database, at a village in Rajasthan, in 2013.
Latest Uproar in Brazil’s Raw Political Debate: A Netflix Series

Latest Uproar in Brazil’s Raw Political Debate: A Netflix Series

Supporters of former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of Brazil say his depiction in a new Brazilian docudrama is inaccurate and unfair.
As Malaysia Moves to Ban ‘Fake News,’ Worries About Who Decides the Truth

As Malaysia Moves to Ban ‘Fake News,’ Worries About Who Decides the Truth

An advertisement in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, warning against “fake news.” The lower house of Parliament has passed a bill to fight the spread of misinformation, and it is expected to be approved by the
Jeweler to the Stars Flees as India Seethes Over Bank Fraud

Jeweler to the Stars Flees as India Seethes Over Bank Fraud

Empty displays and a dying orchid inside the Nirav Modi boutique on the Upper East Side of New York on Wednesday. The store was in luxe company, between Kwiat and Vacheron Constantin shops.