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Restaurant Review: Schnitzel and Strudel and Other Favorite Things, at Wallsé

Restaurant Review: Schnitzel and Strudel and Other Favorite Things, at Wallsé

Wallsé’s version of Salzburger nockerl, the triple-mounded Austrian soufflé, tastes like toasted marshmallows.
Live Briefing: Tax Bill Moves to Senate After House Passage Mostly Along Party Lines

Live Briefing: Tax Bill Moves to Senate After House Passage Mostly Along Party Lines

The House approved the tax plan Tuesday afternoon. The Senate is expected to vote as early as Tuesday evening. However, last-minute changes will force the House to vote on the bill again.
As Trump Tightens Legal Immigration, Canada Woos Tech Firms

As Trump Tightens Legal Immigration, Canada Woos Tech Firms

Datalogue, a New York City start-up, decided to open a Montreal office rather than go through the expensive and uncertain process of trying to get visas for immigrant workers in the United States.
Review: The Met’s Holiday ‘Hansel’ Is Surreal (and Timely)

Review: The Met’s Holiday ‘Hansel’ Is Surreal (and Timely)

Tara Erraught, left, as Hansel and Lisette Oropesa as Gretel in “Hansel and Gretel” at the Metropolitan Opera.
Chile’s Election Consolidates Latin America’s Rightward Shift

Chile’s Election Consolidates Latin America’s Rightward Shift

Sebastián Piñera and his wife, Cecilia Morel, celebrating his victory in the Chilean presidential election outside a hotel in Santiago.
Rebels in Yemen Fire Second Ballistic Missile at Saudi Capital

Rebels in Yemen Fire Second Ballistic Missile at Saudi Capital

Customers at a coffee shop in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, looking at a cloud of smoke in the sky on Tuesday. Yemeni rebels said they had fired a missile at a royal palace in the city.
The Neediest Cases Fund: Sharing His Struggle to Help Others Escape the Stigma of H.I.V.

The Neediest Cases Fund: Sharing His Struggle to Help Others Escape the Stigma of H.I.V.

Roscoe Boyd II singing Stevie Wonder’s “Happy Birthday” with Janet Dewart Bell at a rehearsal for the 22nd annual Derrick Bell Lecture on Race in American Society at New York University last month.
Christmas Around the World: 10 International Destinations to Visit

Christmas Around the World: 10 International Destinations to Visit

Warming up with glogg at the Christmas market at Hojbro Plads in Copenhagen.
Amtrak Inquiry Will Focus on Driver Distraction and Excessive Speed

Amtrak Inquiry Will Focus on Driver Distraction and Excessive Speed

A train car was removed from the scene of an Amtrak train derailment near Tacoma, Wash., on Tuesday.
Microsoft Moves to End Secrecy in Sexual Harassment Claims

Microsoft Moves to End Secrecy in Sexual Harassment Claims

The wave of sexual harassment claims has spurred Microsoft to change its workplace policy and support a proposed federal law banning agreements that silence harassment victims.
A Federal Ban on Making Lethal Viruses Is Lifted

A Federal Ban on Making Lethal Viruses Is Lifted

A colorized electron micrograph of the coronavirus that causes Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS. Federal officials ended a moratorium imposed on funding research that alters viruses like this
California Today: California Today: The World Asks Santa Barbara, ‘Are You O.K.?’

California Today: California Today: The World Asks Santa Barbara, ‘Are You O.K.?’

Embers flew past inmate firefighters putting out hot spots over the weekend in Montecito.
As Signs of a Mass Grave Emerge, Myanmar Cracks Down

As Signs of a Mass Grave Emerge, Myanmar Cracks Down

A satellite image of the Inn Din village in Rakhine State, Myanmar, on Nov. 10. The military commander said an investigation was underway into “people being killed and buried” in a cemetery there.

Dancing Down the Years

Dancers of retirement age reflect on why they’re still dancing. “Why not now?”
Review: ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ Has Dwayne Johnson as a Nerd

Review: ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ Has Dwayne Johnson as a Nerd

From left, Kevin Hart, Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan and Jack Black in “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.”
Saudis Intercept Yemen Rebel Missile Targeting Royal Palace

Saudis Intercept Yemen Rebel Missile Targeting Royal Palace

Customers at a coffee shop in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, looking at a cloud of smoke in the sky on Tuesday. Yemeni rebels said they had fired a missile at the royal palace in the city.
New York Today: New York Today: A Holiday Market for El Barrio

New York Today: New York Today: A Holiday Market for El Barrio

Tabatha Lozano runs the Sprinkle Splash Bakery, one of the shops at La Marqueta in East Harlem.