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Critic’s Notebook: Europe’s ‘Rising Star’ Musicians Give as Much as They Get

Critic’s Notebook: Europe’s ‘Rising Star’ Musicians Give as Much as They Get

The Rising Stars program puts young musicians on European tour. This season’s class includes, clockwise from top left, the violist Ellen Nisbeth, the trumpeter Tamas Palfalvi, the violinist Emmanuel
The Carpetbagger: Margot Robbie Defends How ‘I, Tonya’ Depicts Domestic Abuse

The Carpetbagger: Margot Robbie Defends How ‘I, Tonya’ Depicts Domestic Abuse

Margot Robbie learned to figure-skate for the movie: “The first time I went to do a high kick on the ice I just flew backwards and winded myself.”
Review: ‘In the Intense Now’ Revisits the Drama of 1968 in France and Beyond

Review: ‘In the Intense Now’ Revisits the Drama of 1968 in France and Beyond

A scene from the documentary “In the Intense Now,” from João Moreira Salles.
‘Beirut’ Trailer Was Supposed to Thrill. Instead It Offended.

‘Beirut’ Trailer Was Supposed to Thrill. Instead It Offended.

From left, Rosamund Pike, Jon Hamm and Dean Norris in “Beirut.” Its trailer has elicited scathing comments on social media.
Will 1,500 Street Cameras Be a Wet Blanket in New Orleans?

Will 1,500 Street Cameras Be a Wet Blanket in New Orleans?

A security camera operated by the New Orleans Police Department on Bourbon Street. The city is considering a plan to require certain businesses to install street-facing cameras to help reduce violent
Hawaii Missile Alert Wasn’t Accidental, Officials Say, Blaming Worker

Hawaii Missile Alert Wasn’t Accidental, Officials Say, Blaming Worker

A sign in Honolulu that corrected a false alert about an incoming ballistic missile on Jan. 13.
Anguish in New Delhi at Rape of an 8-Month-Old Girl

Anguish in New Delhi at Rape of an 8-Month-Old Girl

A rally in Bangalore, India, in November to observe the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
Update: What It’s Like to Visit San Juan Now

Update: What It’s Like to Visit San Juan Now

The food truck Pernileria los Proceres at Lote 23.
Restaurant Review: The Lobster Club Does Japanese, From Raw to Half-Baked

Restaurant Review: The Lobster Club Does Japanese, From Raw to Half-Baked

The architect Peter Marino designed the dining rooms, with a paint-strewn floor reminiscent of Jackson Pollock.
Scott Pruitt, the E.P.A. Chief, Assailed Trump in a 2016 Interview

Scott Pruitt, the E.P.A. Chief, Assailed Trump in a 2016 Interview

Scott Pruitt in January. “I believe that Donald Trump in the White House would be more abusive to the Constitution than Barack Obama,” he said in 2016.
ISIS Is Weakened, but Iraq Election Could Unravel Hard-Won Stability

ISIS Is Weakened, but Iraq Election Could Unravel Hard-Won Stability

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, a national hero for defeating the Islamic State and keeping Iraq in one piece, is the front-runner in the elections scheduled for May.
For David Beckham and M.L.S., a Miami Marriage at Last

For David Beckham and M.L.S., a Miami Marriage at Last

David Beckham expressed relief that his long quest to bring a Major League Soccer franchise to Miami had finally come to fruition.
Ditching Ballet Class to Find a Mentor and a New Way to Move

Ditching Ballet Class to Find a Mentor and a New Way to Move

Arcell Cabuag, left, and Ronald K. Brown rehearsing “Den of Dreams” in Brooklyn.
Live Briefing: Trump Is Delivering his First State of the Union Address. Watch Live

Live Briefing: Trump Is Delivering his First State of the Union Address. Watch Live

Members of the House, including Representative Nancy Pelosi, center, the Democratic leader, are wearing black to the State of the Union.
Do ‘Fast and Furious’ Movies Cause a Rise in Speeding?

Do ‘Fast and Furious’ Movies Cause a Rise in Speeding?

A traffic stop in Sacramento. Research suggests that watching movies about fast driving may encourage more fast driving.
Volkswagen Suspends Top Lobbyist Amid Inquiry Into Diesel Tests on Monkeys

Volkswagen Suspends Top Lobbyist Amid Inquiry Into Diesel Tests on Monkeys

Thomas Steg, Volkswagen’s chief lobbyist, was suspended on Tuesday amid scrutiny of German carmakers’ financing of diesel-emissions experiments on monkeys.
Saudi Arabia Says Detainees Handed Over More Than $100 Billion

Saudi Arabia Says Detainees Handed Over More Than $100 Billion

Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s 32-year-old crown prince, has pledged to reform the kingdom.
Joseph P. Kennedy III Gives Democratic Response to State of the Union

Joseph P. Kennedy III Gives Democratic Response to State of the Union

Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III, center, who delivered the Democrats’ response to the State of the Union.
California Today: California Today: Los Angeles’s Police Chief Says ‘It’s the Right Time’ to Retire

California Today: California Today: Los Angeles’s Police Chief Says ‘It’s the Right Time’ to Retire

Eric Garcetti, the mayor of Los Angeles, and Charlie Beck, the city’s police chief, embrace during a news conference on Jan. 19.