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Trump Trying to Counter China in the ‘Wrong Way,’ Former Officials Say

A report by prominent China scholars and former officials says the United States must stand firm on China, but undermines itself by abandoning alliances.
Trump Is ‘Not Happy’ With Border Deal, but Doesn’t Say if He Will Sign It

Trump Is ‘Not Happy’ With Border Deal, but Doesn’t Say if He Will Sign It

A Border Patrol agent speaking to migrants across the border fence in El Paso. The compromise includes $1.375 billion for new border fencing, far short of the $5.7 billion Mr. Trump demanded.
Hong Kong, North Korea, U.S.-China Trade: Your Wednesday Briefing

Hong Kong, North Korea, U.S.-China Trade: Your Wednesday Briefing

A U.S. Border Patrol agent speaking to immigrants at the border fence in El Paso, Texas.
El Chapo Found Guilty on All Counts; Faces Life in Prison

El Chapo Found Guilty on All Counts; Faces Life in Prison

Emma Coronel Aispuro, the wife of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo, was surrounded by media after the verdict on Tuesday.
Critic’s Notebook: The Old-School Reasons to Love Los Angeles Restaurants

Critic’s Notebook: The Old-School Reasons to Love Los Angeles Restaurants

The rich culinary history of Los Angeles is best told by its stalwart restaurants, from burger joints and diners to taco stands like King Taco, a California chain founded in 1974.
Westminster Dog Show: When Good Dogs Behave Badly

Westminster Dog Show: When Good Dogs Behave Badly

Colton the schipperke won the nonsporting group on Monday night. "He's a nut," said his handler.

New York Needs Amazon

History is clear: A city that rejects economic opportunity will lose its status as the center of the business world.
Critic’s Pick: ‘Birds of Passage’ Review: An Epic Narco Tale That Will Open Your Eyes

Critic’s Pick: ‘Birds of Passage’ Review: An Epic Narco Tale That Will Open Your Eyes

Jose Acosta and Natalia Reyes in “Birds of Passage,” a sweeping story of the drug trade set in northern Colombia.
Secrets of 1946 Mass Lynching Could Be Revealed After Court Ruling

Secrets of 1946 Mass Lynching Could Be Revealed After Court Ruling

Moore’s Ford Bridge in rural Walton County, Ga. There is a continuing effort to identify members of the mob who shot and killed two black couples in 1946 near the site, roughly 60 miles east of

Trending: Need a Breath of Fresh Air? Hotels to the Rescue

More hotels are adding air purifiers and filters to their guest rooms, either because the outside air is prone to smoke or pollution, or because guests demand them for health reasons.
Democrats Lose on Detention Beds as Trump Mulls Options on Border Deal

Democrats Lose on Detention Beds as Trump Mulls Options on Border Deal

A Border Patrol agent spoke to migrants from Central America after they crossed the Rio Grande in El Paso.
Restaurant Review: Refined British Restaurant Found Hiding in a Brooklyn Bar

Restaurant Review: Refined British Restaurant Found Hiding in a Brooklyn Bar

Ed Szymanski, who took over as chef last year, has a knack for cooking birds and meat.
House Judiciary Committee Hires Trump Legal Critics for Investigations

House Judiciary Committee Hires Trump Legal Critics for Investigations

Representative Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, hired two lawyers to help with investigations into allegations against President Trump.
Your Favorite Dog Breed Did Not Win Westminster. Here’s Why.

Your Favorite Dog Breed Did Not Win Westminster. Here’s Why.

Gertrude, an English bulldog, at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in Manhattan on Monday.
Sharp Rise in Anti-Semitic Acts in France Stokes Old Fears

Sharp Rise in Anti-Semitic Acts in France Stokes Old Fears

A street artist put portraits of the politician and Holocaust survivor Simone Veil on mailboxes in Paris. On Monday, he found them vandalized with swastikas.

An Acrobat and a Dancer Walk Into a Circus (and Do Ballet in the Air)

The director of “Non Solus,” which melds dance and acrobatics, talks about their different vocabularies and shared respect for the body.
How 7 Women Helped Put Sexual Harassment on New York’s Agenda

How 7 Women Helped Put Sexual Harassment on New York’s Agenda

From left, Erica Vladimer, Eliyanna Kaiser, Leah Hebert, Danielle Bennett, Rita Pasarell and Elizabeth Crothers make up the Sexual Harassment Working Group, along with Tori Burhans Kelly.