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The Amargosa River Defies the Desert

The Amargosa River Defies the Desert

An abandoned car along the Amargosa River Trail, which runs between Death Valley and the Mojave Desert in California.
A Restaurant Where You Can Order a Dish, Literally

A Restaurant Where You Can Order a Dish, Literally

La Mercerie, the new restaurant in the Roman and Williams Guild design store in SoHo, near Canal Street.
Cyril Ramaphosa Wins A.N.C. Leadership Battle in South Africa

Cyril Ramaphosa Wins A.N.C. Leadership Battle in South Africa

Cyril Ramaphosa during the African National Congress conference in Johannesburg on Saturday.
Album Review: Hip-Hop Changes. Eminem Doesn’t.

Album Review: Hip-Hop Changes. Eminem Doesn’t.

The Eminem of “Revival” is only slightly attuned to the current moment, preferring to revisit traumas and sounds from the past.
Uber Driver in Lebanon Arrested in Killing of Rebecca Dykes

Uber Driver in Lebanon Arrested in Killing of Rebecca Dykes

Rebecca Dykes, a British diplomat, was killed over the weekend after she left a party in Beirut.
Corker Says He Faced ‘Tough’ Decision in Supporting Republican Tax Bill

Corker Says He Faced ‘Tough’ Decision in Supporting Republican Tax Bill

Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee was active in the real estate business there before being elected and retains a financial stake in companies that could benefit from the tax bill’s changes.
At ESPN, John Skipper Resigns as President, Citing Substance Addiction

At ESPN, John Skipper Resigns as President, Citing Substance Addiction

John Skipper, who resigned on Monday, has been the president of ESPN since 2012.
Atlanta’s Airport Has Power Again, but Many Passengers Are Stranded

Atlanta’s Airport Has Power Again, but Many Passengers Are Stranded

Passengers at Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Monday after a power outage the day before.
Noted: Casualties of the Cashless Society: Those Who Get Seasonal Tips

Noted: Casualties of the Cashless Society: Those Who Get Seasonal Tips

Doormen, elevator operators and manicurists are finding themselves left out in the cold by an increasingly cashless world.
U.S. Military Fires Upon Intruder at Air Base in Britain

U.S. Military Fires Upon Intruder at Air Base in Britain

An aerial view of the Mildenhall air base in England. It is used by the United States Air Force as well as the Royal Air Force.
U.S. Vetoes U.N. Resolution Condemning Move on Jerusalem

U.S. Vetoes U.N. Resolution Condemning Move on Jerusalem

A United Nations Security Council meeting on Jerusalem this month. The council’s longtime view has been that no country should establish an embassy in Jerusalem.
New York City Will Close or Merge 14 Schools From Renewal Program

New York City Will Close or Merge 14 Schools From Renewal Program

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the Renewal Schools program just over three years ago, pledging to flood the schools with support where the previous administration preferred to shut down schools that
What’s in a Rick Owens Retrospective? Whatever He Wants

What’s in a Rick Owens Retrospective? Whatever He Wants

Rick Owens’s globular sculpture at the Triennale di Milano.
Fit City: The Force Is With Them

Fit City: The Force Is With Them

Members of the Rogue Alliance practice Shii-Cho, one of seven saber forms of fighting that appear in “Star Wars.”
Review: ‘A Christmas Story Live!’ Wasn’t Lively Enough

Review: ‘A Christmas Story Live!’ Wasn’t Lively Enough

From left, Maya Rudolph, Andy Walken, Tyler Wladis and Chris Diamantopoulos in Fox’s “A Christmas Story Live.”
California Today: California Today: Rallying Support for the G.O.P. Tax Plan

California Today: California Today: Rallying Support for the G.O.P. Tax Plan

Representative Kevin McCarthy of California discussed tax reform on Capitol Hill last month.
Puerto Rico Orders Review and Recount of Hurricane Deaths

Puerto Rico Orders Review and Recount of Hurricane Deaths

Wreckage from Hurricane Maria in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, in September.