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Op-Ed Columnist: Hooray for Harvey-less Hollywood!

Op-Ed Columnist: Hooray for Harvey-less Hollywood!

A guerrilla art installation titled “Casting Couch” represents Harvey Weinstein. It has been placed along Hollywood Boulevard ahead of the Academy Awards.
Thugs, Leeches, Shouting and Shoving at Trump Hotel in Panama

Thugs, Leeches, Shouting and Shoving at Trump Hotel in Panama

The Trump International Hotel and Tower in Panama City. In recent days, guests have witnessed yelling and shoving matches involving security personnel, and the presence of police in Kevlar helmets.
An Appreciation: His Name Was Blame: A Legend of London Fashion Remembered

An Appreciation: His Name Was Blame: A Legend of London Fashion Remembered

Judy Blame in his Curtain Road studio in Shoreditch in London in 1984.
Catalonia Coalition Splinters After Puigdemont Picks a Successor

Catalonia Coalition Splinters After Puigdemont Picks a Successor

Jordi Sanchez appeared on a screen during a rally in Barcelona, Spain, in December. The former Catalan leader Carles Puigdement proposed that Mr. Sanchez replace him.
Cardinal George Pell Confronts Charges of ‘Historical Sexual Offenses’

Cardinal George Pell Confronts Charges of ‘Historical Sexual Offenses’

Cardinal George Pell at a Mass at the Vatican in 2016. Cardinal Pell, the church’s No. 3 official, is on leave to face charges in Australia of “historical sexual offenses.”
Op-Ed Columnist: Trade War, What Is It Good For? Absolutely Nothing

Op-Ed Columnist: Trade War, What Is It Good For? Absolutely Nothing

President Trump during a meeting with steel and aluminum executives at White House on Thursday.
North Korea, Seeking ‘Equal Footing,’ Rejects Preconditions for U.S. Talks

North Korea, Seeking ‘Equal Footing,’ Rejects Preconditions for U.S. Talks

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un delivering an address in January. The North on Saturday reiterated its insistence that there be no preconditions for talks with the United States.
Trump’s Tariff Plan Leaves Blue-Collar Winners and Losers

Trump’s Tariff Plan Leaves Blue-Collar Winners and Losers

Bobbins filled with steel wire at the Insteel factory in Houston. With the prospect of higher steel prices, the company fears losing business to foreign competitors paying less for raw materials.
Need a North Korean Missile? Call the Cairo Embassy

Need a North Korean Missile? Call the Cairo Embassy

A statue of the muzzle and bayonet of an AK-47, given to Egypt by North Korea, honors the military partnership between the two countries.
White House Memo: Live From the West Wing, Trump Pulls Back the Curtain

White House Memo: Live From the West Wing, Trump Pulls Back the Curtain

Televised discussion sessions on the issues of the day allow President Trump to show the public how he does his job. It’s a form of performance art for a president who has the instincts of a showman.
Beijing’s Initial Reaction to Metals Tariffs? Cautious

Beijing’s Initial Reaction to Metals Tariffs? Cautious

A warehouse at the Han-steel plant in China’s northern Hebei Province. China represents only a little more than 2 percent of American steel imports, and 0.1 percent of China’s overall steel
Once Banned, Now Loved and Loathed: How the AR-15 Became ‘America’s Rifle’

Once Banned, Now Loved and Loathed: How the AR-15 Became ‘America’s Rifle’

At the Clark Brothers Gun Shop in Warrenton, Va., customers are drawn to newer and more modern rifles.
Op-Ed Contributor: What the Unspoken in ‘The Insult’ Says About Lebanon’s Politics

Op-Ed Contributor: What the Unspoken in ‘The Insult’ Says About Lebanon’s Politics

A supporter of Nabih Berri, the speaker of Lebanon’s National Assembly, during a protest in Beirut, in January.

Turkey Unleashes Deadly Strikes in Syria Against Pro-Government Forces

Turkish warplanes struck the northwestern Afrin region for the third time in two days, killing at least 36, a monitoring group said.
Suspect Detained in Killing of the Indian Journalist Gauri Lankesh

Suspect Detained in Killing of the Indian Journalist Gauri Lankesh

Demonstrators in New Delhi demanding justice in September after the death of the Indian journalist Gauri Lankesh.
Hand Grenades and Gang Violence Rattle Sweden’s Middle Class

Hand Grenades and Gang Violence Rattle Sweden’s Middle Class

Mourners at the funeral of Daniel Cuevas Zuniga in Stockholm in mid-February. Mr. Zuniga died when he picked up a hand grenade left on a sidewalk not far from his home.
At 101, a Survivor of Hollywood’s Golden Age Throws Down the Gauntlet

At 101, a Survivor of Hollywood’s Golden Age Throws Down the Gauntlet

She wore blue velvet: Dame Olivia de Havilland in Paris this month.
The Little Movie Studio That Could

The Little Movie Studio That Could

Valeria Cotto, left, as Jancey and Brooklynn Prince as Moonee in “The Florida Project,” an Oscar-nominated film from A24, which in five years has become one of the hottest independent studios in