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One Man’s Stand Against Junk Food as Diabetes Climbs Across India

One Man’s Stand Against Junk Food as Diabetes Climbs Across India

Rahul Verma distributing the Indian dish khichdi, a mixture of rice, lentils and vegetables, to patients outside a hospital in New Dehli. Mr. Verma has taken a stand against junk food in India, where
Cultured Traveler: Francine Prose’s Oaxaca: An Immersion Course in Mexico’s Delights

Cultured Traveler: Francine Prose’s Oaxaca: An Immersion Course in Mexico’s Delights

People dressed in traditional attire prepare for a parade in front of the Templo de Santo Domingo de Guzmán.
Chinese Activist Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison for Shaming Officials

Chinese Activist Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison for Shaming Officials

The human rights activist Wu Gan, in a still image taken from a YouTube video.
The Year in Gender

The Year in Gender

The scene of Geeta’s murder, in this shower stall.
Realizing He ‘Used to Be Good,’ Don Cherry Recalibrates His Rancor

Realizing He ‘Used to Be Good,’ Don Cherry Recalibrates His Rancor

Don Cherry, 83, has been hosting “Coach’s Corner” on “Hockey Night in Canada” since 1981.
Don Hogan Charles, Lauded Photographer of Civil Rights Era, Dies at 79

Don Hogan Charles, Lauded Photographer of Civil Rights Era, Dies at 79

The photographer Don Hogan Charles in New York in the late 1960s. Among his better-known photographs was one taken in 1964 of Malcolm X holding a rifle as he peered out the window of his Queens home.
Cash Might Be King, but They Don’t Care

Cash Might Be King, but They Don’t Care

A patron tries to pay with cash at the West 40th Street location of Dos Toros Taqueria, only to learn that only credit or debit cards are accepted.
William Agee, ’70s C.E.O. Whose Star Was Dimmed, Dies at 79

William Agee, ’70s C.E.O. Whose Star Was Dimmed, Dies at 79

William Agee with his wife, Mary Cunningham Agee, in 1983. Before they were married, she rose through the ranks at the Bendix Corporation when he was the chief executive but left the company under
Op-Ed Contributor: The Trump-Less Kennedy Center Honors

Op-Ed Contributor: The Trump-Less Kennedy Center Honors

From left, Carmen de Lavallade, Norman Lear, Gloria Estefan, LL Cool J and Lionel Richie at the 2017 Kennedy Center Honors gala. Presidents generally attend the gala, but this year President Trump
Op-Ed Columnist: America Is Not Yet Lost

Op-Ed Columnist: America Is Not Yet Lost

Protesters outside the Capitol early this month.
21st-Century Span: The End for the Tappan Zee Bridge Comes in Pieces, Not With a Boom

21st-Century Span: The End for the Tappan Zee Bridge Comes in Pieces, Not With a Boom

The Tappan Zee Bridge, which crosses the Hudson River north of New York City, is being dismantled piece by piece as completion nears on a new bridge.
Taking Credit for U.N. Budget Cut, Trump’s Envoy Hints at More to Come

Taking Credit for U.N. Budget Cut, Trump’s Envoy Hints at More to Come

The American ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki R. Haley, right, at the General Assembly last week.
China’s New Lenders Collect Invasive Data and Offer Billions. Beijing Is Worried.

China’s New Lenders Collect Invasive Data and Offer Billions. Beijing Is Worried.

Bai Shichao, a delivery man in Beijing, in his unheated room on the outskirts of Beijing. Mr. Bai racked up about $5,000 in debt from various Chinese online lending platforms.
On the Road for Work and Finding Love

On the Road for Work and Finding Love

Ping and Larry Chiarelli in the front yard of their home in Florham Park, N.J. The couple met through the matchmaking service It’s Just Lunch and are expecting their first child in March.
The Roots of Poland’s Defiance of the European Union

The Roots of Poland’s Defiance of the European Union

Poles demonstrated with Polish and European Union flags and copies of the Constitution in front of the presidential palace in Warsaw last month to protest the new judicial laws.