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Hungry City: Winter Salvation, Fresh From the Dumpling Steamer, in Queens

Hungry City: Winter Salvation, Fresh From the Dumpling Steamer, in Queens

At the Amdo Kitchen food truck, momos come huddled unceremoniously.
U.K. Appoints a Minister for Loneliness

U.K. Appoints a Minister for Loneliness

Tracey Crouch, left, Britain’s under secretary for sport and civil society, is to coordinate the government’s response to loneliness.
After Cyclists Died, Safer Crosstown Bike Lanes Are Planned for Midtown Manhattan

After Cyclists Died, Safer Crosstown Bike Lanes Are Planned for Midtown Manhattan

New York City officials are moving to install the first protected bike lanes that would run nearly the width of Manhattan, from the East River to the Hudson River.
North and South Korean Teams to March as One at Olympics

North and South Korean Teams to March as One at Olympics

North and South Korean athletes marched together during the opening ceremony of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy.
Tune-Yards’ Merrill Garbus Wants You to Think About Whiteness (and to Dance)

Tune-Yards’ Merrill Garbus Wants You to Think About Whiteness (and to Dance)

Merrill Garbus of Tune-Yards spent time meditating on her own whiteness while recording “I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life.”
California Today: California Today: Lessons From Montecito’s Neighbor

California Today: California Today: Lessons From Montecito’s Neighbor

An aerial shot taken on Jan. 11, 2005, shows the massive mudslide that buried homes in La Conchita the previous day.
Kim Jones to Exit Louis Vuitton, Reviving Speculation About What’s Next

Kim Jones to Exit Louis Vuitton, Reviving Speculation About What’s Next

The designer Kim Jones at the end of the spring 2015 Louis Vuitton fashion show in Paris.
Op-Ed Contributor: A Way Forward for New York-New Jersey Commuters

Op-Ed Contributor: A Way Forward for New York-New Jersey Commuters

New Jersey commuters arriving in Manhattan. A project to replace corroding rail tunnels between New Jersey and New York was recently dealt a blow by the Trump administration.
Marta Kostyuk, 15, Reaches 3rd Round of Australian Open

Marta Kostyuk, 15, Reaches 3rd Round of Australian Open

Marta Kostyuk, 15, defeated Olivia Rogowska on Wednesday to advance to the third round of the Australian Open.
C.I.A., Donald Trump, Simone Biles: Your Wednesday Briefing

C.I.A., Donald Trump, Simone Biles: Your Wednesday Briefing

President Trump and the White House physician, Dr. Ronny Jackson. Dr. Jackson said on Tuesday that the president was in “excellent” health.
Op-Ed Columnist: How Sex Trumped Race

Op-Ed Columnist: How Sex Trumped Race

A demonstrator at the Women’s March on Washington last year.
Op-Ed Contributor: A Perfect Marriage: Evangelicals and Conservatives in Latin America

Op-Ed Contributor: A Perfect Marriage: Evangelicals and Conservatives in Latin America

Ecuadoreans at an evangelical church. Evangelicals today account for almost 20 percent of the population in Latin America.
‘Your Visa Is Approved,’ They Were Told. And Then It Wasn’t.

‘Your Visa Is Approved,’ They Were Told. And Then It Wasn’t.

In December, Yemeni-Americans protested in downtown Manhattan, saying that the Trump administration’s travel ban was barring them unfairly.
Pursuits: In Dubai, Flying With the Falcons

Pursuits: In Dubai, Flying With the Falcons

A captive-bred falcon flies to its trainer on a balloon tour above the desert of Dubai.
Is This the Golden Age of Drag? Yes. And No.

Is This the Golden Age of Drag? Yes. And No.

Horrorchata, left, and Merrie Cherry, onstage at Metropolitan in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, for that bar’s 15th anniversary party in November.
The Next Hurdle for a Healthy Trump? Getting Some Exercise

The Next Hurdle for a Healthy Trump? Getting Some Exercise

President Trump this month at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. He is being encouraged to lower the fat and carbohydrate content of his diet.
Fiction: A Novel of 1918 New Orleans, With Murder and All That Jazz

Fiction: A Novel of 1918 New Orleans, With Murder and All That Jazz

Louis Armstrong, holding his trumpet, poses with a band at a radio station in New Orleans in the 1920s.