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Senate Rejects Immigration Plans, Leaving Fate of Dreamers Uncertain

Senate Rejects Immigration Plans, Leaving Fate of Dreamers Uncertain

Democratic and Republican senators in the Common Sense Coalition held a news conference ahead of a Senate vote on their immigration proposal on Thursday.
In Pursuit of Peace, Trump Generates Rare Friction With Netanyahu

In Pursuit of Peace, Trump Generates Rare Friction With Netanyahu

President Trump meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel in September in New York.
Art Review: Now at MoMA, a Work That Fidel Castro Banned 18 Years Ago

Art Review: Now at MoMA, a Work That Fidel Castro Banned 18 Years Ago

Tania Bruguera’s “Untitled (Havana, 2000),” at the Museum of Modern Art, features live performance.
Frustration Grows as Congress Shows Inability to Pass Even Modest Gun Measures

Frustration Grows as Congress Shows Inability to Pass Even Modest Gun Measures

Speaker Paul D. Ryan discussed the school shooting during his weekly news conference on Thursday.
Transgender Woman Breast-Feeds Baby After Hospital Induces Lactation

Transgender Woman Breast-Feeds Baby After Hospital Induces Lactation

The study’s authors, Zil Goldstein, left, a nurse practitioner, and Dr. Tamar Reisman of Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery in New York.
After Florida Shooting, Trump Focuses on Mental Health Over Guns

After Florida Shooting, Trump Focuses on Mental Health Over Guns

President Trump addressed the nation from the White House on Thursday.
In Florida, an AR-15 Is Easier to Buy Than a Handgun

In Florida, an AR-15 Is Easier to Buy Than a Handgun

A photograph posted on an Instagram account that is believed to be linked to Nikolas Cruz, the man accused of killing 17 people at a Florida high school on Wednesday.
The Tingle Makers, Open for Business

The Tingle Makers, Open for Business

Part of the performance at Whisperlodge, a Brooklyn salon devoted to the stimulation of A.S.M.R., or autonomous sensory meridian response.
N.B.A. Stars Get Into the Hollywood Game

N.B.A. Stars Get Into the Hollywood Game

Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors started an entertainment company, Thirty Five Media, in April.
The Names and Faces of the Florida School Shooting Victims

The Names and Faces of the Florida School Shooting Victims

A prayer service at Parkridge Church in Coral Springs, Fla., on Thursday to honor the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Trump’s Latest Travel Ban Suffers Blow From a Second Appeals Court

Trump’s Latest Travel Ban Suffers Blow From a Second Appeals Court

Protesters gathered outside the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, across from the Virginia Capitol, in Richmond, before the court examined a ruling to block an earlier version of
What to Give Up for Lent? Smoking? Cursing? How About Plastic?

What to Give Up for Lent? Smoking? Cursing? How About Plastic?

Volunteers collecting discarded plastic and other rubbish from the banks of the River Thames in London last month.
‘Isle of Dogs’ to Open Berlin Film Festival. But Has it Lost Its Way?

‘Isle of Dogs’ to Open Berlin Film Festival. But Has it Lost Its Way?

Bill Murray, Bryan Cranston and Tilda Swinton are among the stars providing the voices in “Isle of Dogs.”
Material Culture: The Enduring Appeal of: Baskets

Material Culture: The Enduring Appeal of: Baskets

Baskets, clockwise from left: Bonnie Gale, Willow Artist, bonniegale.com; Adrian Charlton, norfolkbaskets.co.uk; Dominic Parrette of Sussex Willow, sussexwillow.co.uk; Vannerie de Villaines France,

Editors’ Choice: 11 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
Critic’s Notebook: A Tale of Two Netflix Coming-of-Age Comedies

Critic’s Notebook: A Tale of Two Netflix Coming-of-Age Comedies

Jahi Di’Allo Winston plays an aspiring filmmaker on one of two new Netflix series about high school outsiders.
Trilobites: Borneo Lost More Than 100,000 Orangutans From 1999 to 2015

Trilobites: Borneo Lost More Than 100,000 Orangutans From 1999 to 2015

An orangutan in a sanctuary awaiting release on the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo. New research has found that 50 years of conservation efforts have failed to stem the decline of orangutans