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Playlist: The Playlist: Beyoncé and Jay-Z Unite, and 12 More New Songs

Playlist: The Playlist: Beyoncé and Jay-Z Unite, and 12 More New Songs

DJ Khaled united Beyoncé and Jay-Z on a song from his upcoming album, “Father of Asahd.”
Critic’s Notebook: ‘The Good Fight’ and ‘The Chi,’ Near Neighbors and Worlds Apart

Critic’s Notebook: ‘The Good Fight’ and ‘The Chi,’ Near Neighbors and Worlds Apart

Audra McDonald (left) joins the cast of "The Good Fight" (starring Christine Baranski, right) for its second season.
Editorial: West Virginia Teachers Give a Lesson in Union Power

Editorial: West Virginia Teachers Give a Lesson in Union Power

Striking teachers demonstrating outside the West Virginia Capitol in Charleston on Monday.
Last Call at George Plimpton’s Party Pad

Last Call at George Plimpton’s Party Pad

This photo from 1963 captured the literary scene at a cocktail party given by George Plimpton, one of the founders of The Paris Review. He is seated at left.

How to Market an AR-15-Style Rifle? Use Freedom and Fun

Here’s a look at how AR-15-style rifles and other firearms are marketed.
How Do You Solve a Problem Like ‘Manhattan’?

How Do You Solve a Problem Like ‘Manhattan’?

Woody Allen and Mariel Hemingway in “Manhattan.” The film has taken on new meaning in recent months.
Born in Japan, and Now Made in Brooklyn: Sake

Born in Japan, and Now Made in Brooklyn: Sake

A key step in making sake is culturing koji on steamed rice, a process that begins when Brandon Doughan, the head brewer at Brooklyn Kura, sprinkles the mold in a special room controlled for
The Trump Steel Tariffs Are Economically Small and Symbolically Huge

The Trump Steel Tariffs Are Economically Small and Symbolically Huge

Steel blast furnace 8 at the corporation ThyssenKrupp in Duisburg, Germany.
Theresa May Says U.K. Has to Face ‘Hard Facts’ on Brexit

Theresa May Says U.K. Has to Face ‘Hard Facts’ on Brexit

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May outlined her vision for Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union at Mansion House in London on Friday.
The Toys They Carried: Syrian Children Under Siege

The Toys They Carried: Syrian Children Under Siege

Maya, 5, holds her dolls close as her family shelters in a basement in their Damascus suburb.
West Virginia Teacher Strike Enters Its Seventh Day

West Virginia Teacher Strike Enters Its Seventh Day

The empty cafeteria at University High School in Morgantown, W.Va., on Monday. The statewide teachers’ strike entered its seventh day on Friday.
Nor’easter Live Updates: At Least 5 Die as Storm Topples Trees and Strands Travelers

Nor’easter Live Updates: At Least 5 Die as Storm Topples Trees and Strands Travelers

The authorities urged residents in coastal areas of Scituate, Mass., to evacuate before the storm hit on Friday.
Mac and Cheese Eats Its Vegetables

Mac and Cheese Eats Its Vegetables

Complex and richly flavorful, this cheesy pasta with roasted cauliflower and leeks is perfect for this time of year.
Oil Was Central in Decision to Shrink Bears Ears Monument, Emails Show

Oil Was Central in Decision to Shrink Bears Ears Monument, Emails Show

Comb Wash, a valley in Bears Ears National Monument near Blanding, Utah.
The Cycling Panther of Paris’s Fitness Studios

The Cycling Panther of Paris’s Fitness Studios

Clotilde Chaumet runs a spinning class in Paris that is booked a week in advance.
Two Fatally Shot on Central Michigan University Campus

Two Fatally Shot on Central Michigan University Campus

Police officers on the campus of Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Mich., during a search for a shooting suspect on Friday.