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Bangkok’s First Biennale: Politics, Temples and Sex

Bangkok’s First Biennale: Politics, Temples and Sex

An art installation of tiny porcelain skulls by the Thai artist Nino Sarabutra titled “What Will We Leave Behind,” at the Wat Prayurawongsawas temple in Bangkok.
Mediator: No Coincidence Here: Trump’s Bezos Attack Was a Valentine to The Enquirer

Mediator: No Coincidence Here: Trump’s Bezos Attack Was a Valentine to The Enquirer

Jeff Bezos, with his wife, MacKenzie Bezos, last September in Washington. The National Enquirer and President Trump have both played up the couple’s divorce plans.
F.D.A. Says It Will Resume Inspections of Some High-Risk Foods

F.D.A. Says It Will Resume Inspections of Some High-Risk Foods

The federal government shutdown had halted most food safety inspections, including many considered “high risk,” like soft cheeses, seafood, custard-filled bakery products, some fruits and vegetables,
Did the Police Spy on Black Lives Matter Protesters? The Answer May Soon Come Out

Did the Police Spy on Black Lives Matter Protesters? The Answer May Soon Come Out

A Black Lives Matter protest in 2014. Activists said their cellphones lost reception at times and their messaging apps went haywire.
Jayme Closs, Kidnapped by a Stranger, Endured Horror, Police Say

Jayme Closs, Kidnapped by a Stranger, Endured Horror, Police Say

Law enforcement vehicles surrounded the cabin in Gordon, Wis., on Saturday where 13-year-old Jayme Closs had been held captive, according to court documents.
On College Football: Kyler Murray Knows His Options. That’s Why This Isn’t Simple.

On College Football: Kyler Murray Knows His Options. That’s Why This Isn’t Simple.

Given a chance to start for Oklahoma in 2018, Kyler Murray immediately won a Heisman Trophy.
Pompeo’s Anti-Iran Tour Faces Obstacles of a Fractious Middle East

Pompeo’s Anti-Iran Tour Faces Obstacles of a Fractious Middle East

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, bottom right, stopped Monday in Saudi Arabia, which is leading the anti-Iran charge in the region.
The Cruelty of Call-Out Culture

The Cruelty of Call-Out Culture

When systems are broken, vigilante justice may be rough justice.
Bangladesh’s Farcical Vote

Bangladesh’s Farcical Vote

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, shown on a billboard, has been increasingly authoritarian in her governance of Bangladesh.
China Is a Dangerous Rival, and America Should Treat It Like One

China Is a Dangerous Rival, and America Should Treat It Like One

Under President Xi Jinping, China has moved to a defense industrial policy that translates in English to “civil-military fusion.”
Republicans Are in Lock Step With Trump on Shutdown. But for How Long?

Republicans Are in Lock Step With Trump on Shutdown. But for How Long?

Downtown Parkersburg, W.Va., which has been hit hard by the government shutdown.
White House Memo: ‘I’ve Been Here All Weekend’: A Shut-in President Weathers the Shutdown

White House Memo: ‘I’ve Been Here All Weekend’: A Shut-in President Weathers the Shutdown

President Trump left the White House for a few hours on Monday to speak at the annual American Farm Bureau Federation convention in Louisiana.
Donald Trump and His Team of Morons

Donald Trump and His Team of Morons

President Trump greeting a member of his team, Sean Hannity, at a political rally in November.
Elias M. Stein, Mathematician of Fluctuations, Is Dead at 87

Elias M. Stein, Mathematician of Fluctuations, Is Dead at 87

Elias M. Stein in his office at Princeton University in 2017. After fleeing war-torn Europe, he seized on mathematics in high school in New York. “He had this great vision of where mathematics should
Chechnya Renews Crackdown on Gay People, Rights Group Says

Chechnya Renews Crackdown on Gay People, Rights Group Says

Ramzan A. Kadyrov, center, the leader of Russia’s Chechnya region, at celebrations in the capital, Grozny, last year. Amid accusations of an anti-gay pogrom in 2017, Mr. Kadyrov said Chechnya had no