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Drilling Off Florida Is Still On the Table, Interior Official Says

Drilling Off Florida Is Still On the Table, Interior Official Says

Ryan Zinke, Secretary of the Interior, in Colorado in July. He announced on Twitter this month that he was “removing Florida from consideration for any new oil and gas platforms.”
As Brexit Looms, London’s Art Dealers Cater to Divided Tastes

As Brexit Looms, London’s Art Dealers Cater to Divided Tastes

An installation of “Bad Land” by the Venezuelan-American artist Alex Da Corte at Josh Lilley Gallery, London.
One After Another, Athletes Face Larry Nassar and Recount Sexual Abuse

One After Another, Athletes Face Larry Nassar and Recount Sexual Abuse

Dr. Nassar, the former doctor for the United States national women’s gymnastics team, pleaded guilty to molestation charges in November.
A Good Appetite: A Cake to Keep Your Sweet Tooth in Shape

A Good Appetite: A Cake to Keep Your Sweet Tooth in Shape

With roasted bananas and toasted coconut, this layer cake has rich, round tropical flavors.
Congestion Plan for Manhattan Gets Mixed Reviews

Congestion Plan for Manhattan Gets Mixed Reviews

Mayor Bill de Blasio, in a shift, expressed openness on Friday to a congestion pricing plan proposed by a task force appointed by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.
Meet the New Generation Leading Berlin’s Classical Scene

Meet the New Generation Leading Berlin’s Classical Scene

Four of the new generation of conductors taking over Berlin’s music scene. Clockwise from top left: Vladimir Jurowski, Robin Ticciati, Ainars Rubikis and Kirill Petrenko.
Nous, a New Store, Picks Up Where Dearly Departed Colette Left Off

Nous, a New Store, Picks Up Where Dearly Departed Colette Left Off

Sébastien Chapelle, left, and Marvin Dein in their new store, Nous, in Paris. The name means “us” in French.
Baltimore Fires Another Police Commissioner, After Record High Murder Rate

Baltimore Fires Another Police Commissioner, After Record High Murder Rate

Darryl De Sousa spoke at Baltimore City Hall with Mayor Catherine Pugh on Friday. Mr. De Sousa replaced Kevin Davis as the city’s police commissioner.
It’s Time to Take a Serious Look at Michael Stuhlbarg

It’s Time to Take a Serious Look at Michael Stuhlbarg

Michael Stuhlbarg as a French film scholar in “Hugo.”
Boris Johnson Suggests Building a Bridge From U.K. to France

Boris Johnson Suggests Building a Bridge From U.K. to France

The white cliffs of Dover, England, seen from a cross-channel ferry. Boris Johnson, Britain’s foreign secretary, raised the notion of a bridge over the Channel in a summit meeting with French
Live Briefing: Government Shuts Down as Bill to Extend Funding Is Blocked; Senators Continue to Seek Deal

Live Briefing: Government Shuts Down as Bill to Extend Funding Is Blocked; Senators Continue to Seek Deal

The sunset Friday in Washington as Congress neared the first government shutdown since 2013.
How an Artist Learned About Freedom From ‘The Negro Motorist Green Book’

How an Artist Learned About Freedom From ‘The Negro Motorist Green Book’

Derrick Adams at his studio in Brooklyn with elements from his new show, “Sanctuary,” at the Museum of Arts and Design.
A New Coalition With Merkel? Not So Fast

A New Coalition With Merkel? Not So Fast

Chancellor Angela Merkel last week in Berlin with the leader of the Bavarian Christian Social Union, Horst Seehofer, left, and the Social Democratic leader Martin Schulz, announcing that they had
Sunday Routine: How Fred Weller, Actor, Spends His Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Fred Weller, Actor, Spends His Sundays

Fred Weller will often take his children to play in an area behind Bareburger that they call “Bareburger field.” Or they’ll go to Washington Square Park.