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‘House of Cards’ Resumes Production, With Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear

‘House of Cards’ Resumes Production, With Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear

Robin Wright, Michael Kelly and Kevin Spacey, from left, in the fifth season of “House of Cards.” The sixth and final season will feature Ms. Wright, after Mr. Spacey was dismissed amid allegations of
Hong Kong Closes Loophole in Ivory Ban, Outlawing All Sales

Hong Kong Closes Loophole in Ivory Ban, Outlawing All Sales

A rally outside Hong Kong’s Legislative Council on Wednesday in support of the ban on ivory sales. Polls have indicated that most Hong Kong residents don’t think ivory should be sold.
As Theresa May Pursues Deals in China, Her Own Troubles Follow

As Theresa May Pursues Deals in China, Her Own Troubles Follow

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain and her husband, Philip May, arriving in Wuhan, China, on Wednesday. Mrs. May’s political troubles and uncertainty over Britain’s withdrawal from the European
After Era That Made It a Verb, Xerox, in a Sale, Is Past Tense

After Era That Made It a Verb, Xerox, in a Sale, Is Past Tense

A Rank Xerox copying machine in 1963. Rank Xerox was a joint venture of Xerox and the Rank Organization of Britain.
Economic Scene: Is the Populist Revolt Over? Not if Robots Have Their Way

Economic Scene: Is the Populist Revolt Over? Not if Robots Have Their Way

President Trump before he addressed the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last week.
Larry Nassar, Sentenced in Sexual Abuse Case, Is Back in Court

Larry Nassar, Sentenced in Sexual Abuse Case, Is Back in Court

Lawrence G. Nassar in court in Eaton County, Mich., on Wednesday.
State of the Union, Joseph Kennedy, Jimmy Kimmel: Your Wednesday Briefing

State of the Union, Joseph Kennedy, Jimmy Kimmel: Your Wednesday Briefing

“I call upon all of us to set aside our differences, to seek out common ground and to summon the unity we need to deliver for the people,” President Trump said in his State of the Union address on
It’s No Secret: It’s the Little Things, Like Coffee, Cocktails and Listening

It’s No Secret: It’s the Little Things, Like Coffee, Cocktails and Listening

Jamie Cat Callan and William Thompson feed a rooster at their home in Valatie, N.Y.
For Health Care Workers, the Worst Commutes in New York City

For Health Care Workers, the Worst Commutes in New York City

Delrisa Sewell-Henry, 54, waited for the Q25, the first of two buses she took to get to a home health care assignment in Springfield Gardens, Queens.
Best of Late Night: Stormy Daniels Deflects Jimmy Kimmel’s Questions on Rumored Trump Affair

Best of Late Night: Stormy Daniels Deflects Jimmy Kimmel’s Questions on Rumored Trump Affair

Stephanie Clifford, the former pornographic-film actress known as Stormy Daniels, examined documents with Jimmy Kimmel on Tuesday.
Table for Three: How to Come of Age Onscreen? Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet Know

Table for Three: How to Come of Age Onscreen? Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet Know

If either Timothée Chalamet, 22, or Saoirse Ronan, 23, wins an Oscar for their performances — his in “Call Me by Your Name” or hers in “Lady Bird” — they would be among the youngest actors ever to do
The Real Burning Man

The Real Burning Man

“The Titanic is going down,” said Bob Wells, the founder of the Rubber Tramp Rendezvous, alluding to the general state of the economy and environment. “This is a lifeboat. This is a hope, a promise of
Federal Reserve Leaves Rates Unchanged

Federal Reserve Leaves Rates Unchanged

Janet L. Yellen, the departing chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, which said Wednesday that the economy continued to grow at “a solid rate” and the job market continued to gain strength.