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A Supreme Court Showdown Could Shrink Unions’ Power

A Supreme Court Showdown Could Shrink Unions’ Power

Randy Clover leaving his home in Ava, Ill., to go to work at a state mental health facility in Chester. “The case was started by the governor to destroy unions,” said Mr. Clover, the president of a
Trilobites: For Vampire Bats to Live on Blood, It Takes Guts

Trilobites: For Vampire Bats to Live on Blood, It Takes Guts

A common vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus) going out for its nocturnal hunt.
In This #MeToo Moment, Academy Awards Want to Spotlight the Films

In This #MeToo Moment, Academy Awards Want to Spotlight the Films

The Oscars, like other award shows, have experienced dropping ratings in recent years. Some worry that an overly political telecast could exacerbate that situation.
Should Teachers Carry Guns? Are Metal Detectors Helpful? What Experts Say

Should Teachers Carry Guns? Are Metal Detectors Helpful? What Experts Say

Even after mass shootings in schools like Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn., in recent years, security experts are divided over the question of how to keep students safe.
New Candidates Emerge for Trump’s Top Environmental Adviser

New Candidates Emerge for Trump’s Top Environmental Adviser

New candidates to lead the Council on Environmental Quality have emerged after the withdrawal of Kathleen Hartnett White, who drew criticism for calling carbon dioxide the “gas of life.”
U.S. Curling Team, Once Called ‘Rejects,’ Beats Canada to Advance to Final

U.S. Curling Team, Once Called ‘Rejects,’ Beats Canada to Advance to Final

Matt Hamilton, right, and John Shuster celebrated the United States’ victory over Canada in the curling semifinals.
Whenever a Russian Athlete Wins Gold You’ll Hear a Golden Oldie

Whenever a Russian Athlete Wins Gold You’ll Hear a Golden Oldie

A large choir and orchestra performed the Olympic hymn, composed by Spyridon Samaras with words by Kostis Palamas, on the infield at the opening of the 1896 Summer Games in Athens, the first modern
Lens: Coming of Age Amid Patriotic Training

Lens: Coming of Age Amid Patriotic Training

Bailey Vanderpool, 11, lined up for an outfit inspection at a weekly Young Marines meeting, in Hanover, Pa.
Unfiltered and Unpretentious: A New, Old Wave in Craft Beer

Unfiltered and Unpretentious: A New, Old Wave in Craft Beer

The founders of Night Shift Brewing in Everett, Mass.: from left, Mike O’Mara, Rob Burns and Michael Oxton. The brewery is known for its potent I.P.A.s., but has introduced Village Lager, inspired by
Fosun Triumphs in Bidding War for Lanvin, Troubled Fashion House

Fosun Triumphs in Bidding War for Lanvin, Troubled Fashion House

France’s oldest surviving couture house has been racked by the departures of designers, tumbling sales and entrenched internal discord.
On Comedy: The Art and Anxiety of Booking a Hit Comedy Showcase

On Comedy: The Art and Anxiety of Booking a Hit Comedy Showcase

Marianne Ways has booked showcases of stand-up comics like Night Train With Wyatt Cenac and now Butterboy.
Sports of The Times: Enough. Give Russia Its Flag Back, Then Make Real Changes.

Sports of The Times: Enough. Give Russia Its Flag Back, Then Make Real Changes.

The Olympic flag — rather than the Russian flag — was raised at a medal ceremony on Thursday night in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Op-Ed Contributor: I’m a Campus Sexual Assault Activist. It’s Time to Reimagine How We Punish Sex Crimes.

Op-Ed Contributor: I’m a Campus Sexual Assault Activist. It’s Time to Reimagine How We Punish Sex Crimes.

A show of support for a Stanford University rape victim during graduation activities in 2016.
Album: Yemenis in New York, in the Shadow of a Travel Ban

Album: Yemenis in New York, in the Shadow of a Travel Ban

The children of wedding guests get to pose with the bride and groom, Yasmeen Ameen and Omar Bohasan.
The Problem With Broadway Revivals: They Revive Gender Stereotypes, Too

The Problem With Broadway Revivals: They Revive Gender Stereotypes, Too

“Are these the shows I’m going to take my 12-year-old daughter to?” asked Georgia Stitt, a composer, lyricist and musician.
Review: In ‘Annihilation,’ a Heroic Journey into the Alien Shimmer

Review: In ‘Annihilation,’ a Heroic Journey into the Alien Shimmer

Send in the A-team: from left, Natalie Portman, Tuva Novotny, Gina Rodriguez and Tessa Thompson in Alex Garland’s “Annihilation.”
Hungry City: At Belarussian Xata, Hearty Fare to Keep the Spirits Light

Hungry City: At Belarussian Xata, Hearty Fare to Keep the Spirits Light

Kolduni start with a batter of grated potato, bound by egg. Inside is buried treasure — meat or mushrooms, in a creamy lather.
N.R.A. Chief, Wayne LaPierre, Offers Fierce Defense of 2nd Amendment

N.R.A. Chief, Wayne LaPierre, Offers Fierce Defense of 2nd Amendment

Mr. LaPierre leveled a searing indictment against liberal Democrats, the news media and political opportunists he said were joined together in a socialist plot to “eradicate all individual freedoms.”