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Nonfiction: Anne Frank’s Diary, in Graphic Form, Reveals Its Humor

Ari Folman and David Polonsky’s graphic novel adaptation of the famous diary brings out new and vibrant aspects of Anne’s voice.
Trump Again Warns He May Declare National Emergency to Build Wall

Trump Again Warns He May Declare National Emergency to Build Wall

The president faces the urgent task of persuading wavering Senate Republicans that he could still come to an accord with Democrats.
‘The Sopranos’ 20th Anniversary: Here’s Your Complete Guide to Rewatching It

‘The Sopranos’ 20th Anniversary: Here’s Your Complete Guide to Rewatching It

Gandolfini and Lorraine Bracco in the pilot episode of “The Sopranos.”
‘Touch Me Not’ Review: Our Bodies Examined

‘Touch Me Not’ Review: Our Bodies Examined

Nakedness and intimacy are the basic themes of “Touch Me Not.”
Jorge Ramos: Trump Is the Wall

Jorge Ramos: Trump Is the Wall

Workers replaced sections of the border wall, left, with new sections, right, on Tuesday in Tijuana, Mexico.
Tech We’re Using: To Cover China, There’s No Substitute for WeChat

Tech We’re Using: To Cover China, There’s No Substitute for WeChat

"I spend about one-third of my daily nine-hour phone time on WeChat," said Li Yuan, a technology columnist in Hong Kong.
Trump Storms Out of White House Meeting With Democrats on Shutdown

Trump Storms Out of White House Meeting With Democrats on Shutdown

President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence arriving on Capitol Hill on Wednesday for a meeting with Republican leadership.
‘The Aspern Papers’ Review: A Dead Poet’s Society, Once Removed

‘The Aspern Papers’ Review: A Dead Poet’s Society, Once Removed

Vanessa Redgrave steals “The Aspern Papers” as the enigmatic Miss Bordereau.
Paid Vacation to Be Required for Private Sector Workers, Mayor Says

Paid Vacation to Be Required for Private Sector Workers, Mayor Says

Mayor de Blasio’s paid-vacation proposal could cover half a million workers who currently go without paid time off.
Roy J. Glauber, 93, Dies; Nobel Laureate Explored Behavior of Light

Roy J. Glauber, 93, Dies; Nobel Laureate Explored Behavior of Light

Roy J. Glauber at Harvard in 2005, the year he was awarded a share of the Nobel Prize in Physics. Through his theory on the behavior of light, he was able to explain the differences between the
Colorado’s Got a Gay Governor. Who Cares?

Colorado’s Got a Gay Governor. Who Cares?

Jared Polis, the incoming governor of Colorado, at left, with his partner, Marlon Reis.
The Demolition Artist: 3 Critics Debate Ivo van Hove

The Demolition Artist: 3 Critics Debate Ivo van Hove

Live video onstage is a hallmark of Ivo van Hove productions, including “Network,” with Bryan Cranston, now on Broadway.
Stranded Migrants Are Finally Brought to Shore After 19 Days

Stranded Migrants Are Finally Brought to Shore After 19 Days

Migrants aboard the rescue vessel Sea-Watch 3 reacting after Malta reached a deal with other European Union states to let them disembark.
Pressure Builds on Senate to End Shutdown as Trump Prepares a Visit

Pressure Builds on Senate to End Shutdown as Trump Prepares a Visit

A Park Service ranger looked out at the Washington Monument on Tuesday. The Parks Service is not being funded during the government shutdown.
Philip Glass and John Adams on a Bowie-Inspired New Symphony

Philip Glass and John Adams on a Bowie-Inspired New Symphony

Philip Glass, left, has based his Symphony No. 12 on David Bowie’s 1979 album “Lodger”; John Adams, right, will conduct the premiere in Los Angeles.
Mary Kay Stearns, 93, a Star of One of TV’s Earliest Shows, Dies

Mary Kay Stearns, 93, a Star of One of TV’s Earliest Shows, Dies

Mary Kay and Johnny Stearns at their home in Corona del Mar, Calif., in 1997. Fifty years earlier, the situation comedy “Mary Kay and Johnny,” in which they both starred, made its debut. Such shows