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Hungary’s Opposition Sees Hope After Orban’s Candidate Falls

Hungary’s Opposition Sees Hope After Orban’s Candidate Falls

Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary dismissed the opposition in a speech last week, but then his party’s candidate lost a local election.
You Might Be Giving Gun Companies Money, Even if You Don’t Own a Gun

You Might Be Giving Gun Companies Money, Even if You Don’t Own a Gun

People who do not own a firearm or attend gun shows may still be financially connected to the gun industry through their investments.
Fashion Meets the Vatican at a Met Costume Institute Preview

Fashion Meets the Vatican at a Met Costume Institute Preview

Religious vestments represent "the transcendent dimension, the dimension of the religious mystery," said Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, the Vatican's de facto culture minister.
24 Hours in Bachelor Nation

24 Hours in Bachelor Nation

Photo illustration by Tracy Ma/The New York Times; Arie Luyendyk Jr.: ABC/Craig Sjodin
Roger Goodell Expected to Demand Millions of Dollars From Jerry Jones

Roger Goodell Expected to Demand Millions of Dollars From Jerry Jones

The Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, right, with N.F.L. Commissioner Roger Goodell at an owners meeting in December. In the midst of a public feud with Goodell last fall, Jones had threatened to sue
Critic’s Notebook: In 2 New Plays, Sound Design Is Front and Center (for a Change)

Critic’s Notebook: In 2 New Plays, Sound Design Is Front and Center (for a Change)

Christina Rouner as Gertrude Stein in “This Is the Color Described by the Time.”
Erdogan Tells a Weeping Girl, 6, She’d Receive Honors if Martyred

Erdogan Tells a Weeping Girl, 6, She’d Receive Honors if Martyred

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey with Amine Tiras, 6, in Kahramanmaras on Saturday. “Maroon berets don’t cry,” he told her.
Ivanka Trump Calls Question About Father’s Sexual Misconduct ‘Inappropriate’

Ivanka Trump Calls Question About Father’s Sexual Misconduct ‘Inappropriate’

Ivanka Trump, the president’s elder daughter, at the closing ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on Sunday. Asked in an interview there about the sexual misconduct
Op-Ed Contributor: Striking a Blow for the Big Guys

Op-Ed Contributor: Striking a Blow for the Big Guys

Union members gathered outside the United States Supreme Court today.

Trump Says He Would Have Rushed in Unarmed to Stop School Shooting

President Trump said the United States needs to consider opening more mental health institutions to avert mass shootings, and he castigated the Florida police response.
Review: Who Killed Biggie and Tupac? ‘Unsolved’ Might Know

Review: Who Killed Biggie and Tupac? ‘Unsolved’ Might Know

“Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.,” beginning Tuesday on USA, stars Marcc Rose as Tupac Shakur, left, and Wavyy Jonez as Biggie.
Review: A Brash Wunderkind, Now 37, Meets an August Ensemble

Review: A Brash Wunderkind, Now 37, Meets an August Ensemble

Gustavo Dudamel leads the Vienna Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall.
Trilobites: Inside Wounded Flies, Fat Cells Race to the Rescue

Trilobites: Inside Wounded Flies, Fat Cells Race to the Rescue

A cross section view of the thorax, wings and legs of a fly pupa, with its fat cells in orange.
Snow Falls in Rome, and the Eternal City Takes a Holiday

Snow Falls in Rome, and the Eternal City Takes a Holiday

Tourists at the Colosseum in Rome during the snowfall on Monday.
Jeremy Corbyn, Backing a ‘Soft’ Brexit, Takes Aim at Conservatives

Jeremy Corbyn, Backing a ‘Soft’ Brexit, Takes Aim at Conservatives

Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party leader, arriving at Coventry University on Monday to outline the party’s new policy on Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.