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Writing Their Way Into a Diverse Oscars

Writing Their Way Into a Diverse Oscars

Frances Marion was the first person — male or female — to win multiple writing Oscars.
Wall St., Rattled by Fears of Trade War, Has Rocky Open Before Gaining Ground

Wall St., Rattled by Fears of Trade War, Has Rocky Open Before Gaining Ground

A steel worker in Duisburg, Germany. Hans Jürgen Kerkhoff, the president of the German Steel Federation, said President Trump’s proposed tariffs plan “clearly infringes” on World Trade Organization
They Died Near the Border. Art Students Hope to Bring Them Back.

They Died Near the Border. Art Students Hope to Bring Them Back.

At the New York Academy of Art, students reconstruct faces of the missing found in the Arizona desert and New York City using their skulls or 3-D drawings. Above, Madison Haws recreated the face of an
Trump Calls Trade Wars ‘Good’ and ‘Easy to Win’

Trump Calls Trade Wars ‘Good’ and ‘Easy to Win’

A steel production site in Germany. The European Union, Germany, Canada and other nations have threatened retaliation since President Trump announced plans for tariffs on imported steel and aluminum.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Invite Members of Public to Wedding Day

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Invite Members of Public to Wedding Day

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Edinburgh last month. Members of the public from across Britain and from various walks of life will be nominated to attend celebrations on their wedding day.
Op-Ed Columnist: So Much Trump Chaos

Op-Ed Columnist: So Much Trump Chaos

Guns for sale inside a Dick’s Sporting Goods store. This week, Dick’s announced that it would not sell a gun to buyers younger than 21.
California Today: California Today: Preparing for What Could Be an Unpredictable Oscars

California Today: California Today: Preparing for What Could Be an Unpredictable Oscars

The art installation “Casting Couch,” which depicts Harvey Weinstein reclining on a chaise lounge, on Hollywood Boulevard.
Op-Ed Contributors: Why Sessions Is Right to Stand Up to Trump

Op-Ed Contributors: Why Sessions Is Right to Stand Up to Trump

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is again under fire from President Trump.
Seeking Asylum, an Escort Has a Tale of Trump and Russia to Offer

Seeking Asylum, an Escort Has a Tale of Trump and Russia to Offer

Anastasia Vashukevich, a Belarusian escort and blogger who also goes by the name Nastya Rybka, is in custody in Thailand.
Sunday Routine: How Val Ackerman, College Basketball Executive, Spends Her Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Val Ackerman, College Basketball Executive, Spends Her Sundays

Val Ackerman at the restaurant Nish Nush, where she will often buy hummus for takeout.
N.R.A., Tariffs, Nor’easter: Your Friday Briefing

N.R.A., Tariffs, Nor’easter: Your Friday Briefing

President Trump said on Thursday that he would impose stiff tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. He later met with the top lobbyist from the National Rifle Association, who said Mr. Trump had
Op-Ed Columnist: I Saw a Genocide in Slow Motion

Op-Ed Columnist: I Saw a Genocide in Slow Motion

Sono Wara, a Rohingya in her village in Myanmar a day after the death of her newborn twins.
Vows: Two Chance Meetings, and a Romance Takes Flight

Vows: Two Chance Meetings, and a Romance Takes Flight

Wedding guests snap photos of the newly married couple, Sissy DeMaria and Guenther Koehne, Jan. 13 in Miami.
Answering Society’s Thorniest Questions, With Performance Art

Answering Society’s Thorniest Questions, With Performance Art

Pope.L, photographed in his Chicago studio this past December. For the last four decades, the artist has created intense, often provocative performances.