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Their Warhols Are at the Whitney. Their Ugly Divorce Is on Display, Too.

Their Warhols Are at the Whitney. Their Ugly Divorce Is on Display, Too.

Libbie Mugrabi and her husband, David, are going through a divorce that threatens to expose the private dealings of one of the wealthiest families in the art world.
Lin-Manuel Miranda Brings ‘Hamilton’ to a Troubled but Appreciative Puerto Rico

Lin-Manuel Miranda Brings ‘Hamilton’ to a Troubled but Appreciative Puerto Rico

Lin-Manuel Miranda raised the Puerto Rican flag at the end of the premiere of “Hamilton” at the Centro de Bellas Artes Luis A. Ferré in San Juan.
Government Shutdown Squeezes Contractors as Checks Stop and Invoices Stall

Government Shutdown Squeezes Contractors as Checks Stop and Invoices Stall

“We are the ones that do the research and gather the data alongside federal workers, yet we don’t have the same safety net or same visibility,” said Chris Fuller, an Environmental Protection Agency
Costa Rica Dispatch: 23,000 Nicaraguans Have Fled to Costa Rica. 50 Fugitives Are Hiding Here.

Costa Rica Dispatch: 23,000 Nicaraguans Have Fled to Costa Rica. 50 Fugitives Are Hiding Here.

Anti-government protesters from Nicaragua in hiding at a safe house in the mountains across the border, in Costa Rica.
Kamala Harris Is Hard to Define Politically. Maybe That’s the Point.

Kamala Harris Is Hard to Define Politically. Maybe That’s the Point.

Senator Kamala Harris’s book tour, which took her to Manhattan on Friday, may be a preview of her expected presidential campaign.
Paris Explosion at Bakery Kills at Least 3 and Injures Dozens

Paris Explosion at Bakery Kills at Least 3 and Injures Dozens

The blast appears to have been an accident tied to a gas leak, the authorities said.

Uptick: Is Kratom Nature’s Answer to Opioids?

A leaf from Southeast Asia is touted as a painkiller, and creeps from smoke shops to health stores.
In a Divided Poland, Pope John Paul II Is Claimed by All Sides

In a Divided Poland, Pope John Paul II Is Claimed by All Sides

A man praying at a chapel in Krakow, Poland, before the blood-stained robes worn by Pope John Paul II when he was nearly killed by an assassin in 1981.
GoFundMe to Refund Border Wall Donations After Fund-Raiser Falls Short

GoFundMe to Refund Border Wall Donations After Fund-Raiser Falls Short

GoFundMe said it would refund donations to finance the Trump administration’s construction of a border wall unless donors chose to send their money to the organizer’s new venture: private construction
News Analysis: Mercurial Trump Has Made Path Out of Shutdown Much Harder to Find

News Analysis: Mercurial Trump Has Made Path Out of Shutdown Much Harder to Find

Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday at the Capitol. He has been tasked with negotiating an end to the shutdown. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats have dug in in recent weeks.
California Adds Its Clout to States Battling High Drug Prices

California Adds Its Clout to States Battling High Drug Prices

Gov. Gavin Newsom delivering his first budget address Thursday. On Monday, his first day on the job, he proposed giving his state the power to negotiate drug prices directly with manufacturers.
What if Cities Are No Longer the Land of Opportunity for Low-Skilled Workers?

What if Cities Are No Longer the Land of Opportunity for Low-Skilled Workers?

At Baxter Laboratories, a manufacturer of medical supplies outside Chicago, in 1942. For many decades, Americans were able to lift themselves up by leaving struggling places for thriving cities like
U.S. Ambassadors Worldwide Are Summoned to D.C. Forum Despite Shutdown

U.S. Ambassadors Worldwide Are Summoned to D.C. Forum Despite Shutdown

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo with Douglas A. Silliman, the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, on Wednesday.
Vows: When Cultural Circles Are Expanded and Redrawn

Vows: When Cultural Circles Are Expanded and Redrawn

Rabia Ahmad and Christopher Pattison exchanged vows Dec. 19 at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau, surround by a small group of friends and family.

An Imperfect Victory for Democracy in Congo

This is not the outcome that the incumbent president initially wanted.
Down the Rabbit Hole With Donald

Down the Rabbit Hole With Donald

President Trump in McAllen, Tex., on Thursday.