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Review: ‘Hamilton’ Conquers London (King George Slays, Too)

Review: ‘Hamilton’ Conquers London (King George Slays, Too)

Jamael Westman, center, plays Alexander Hamilton in the London version of “Hamilton.”
Trilobites: A Mummified Child’s Remains Show Signs of a Modern Scourge

Trilobites: A Mummified Child’s Remains Show Signs of a Modern Scourge

The mummified remains of a 16th-century child buried in the Basilica of Saint Domenico Maggiore in Naples, Italy.
Macron Opens Year Pulling No Punches With Journalists, or Anyone

Macron Opens Year Pulling No Punches With Journalists, or Anyone

President Emmanuel Macron of France delivering his New Year’s wishes to the press at the Elysee Palace in Paris on Wednesday. He took the occasion to lecture them.
After a Tragedy, Making the Case for Costa Rica

After a Tragedy, Making the Case for Costa Rica

The canopy of the rain forest in Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica.
For the Living, a Donated Face. For the Dead, a Lifelike Replacement.

For the Living, a Donated Face. For the Dead, a Lifelike Replacement.

Doctors at New York University have developed a 3-D printed mask for use on a face-transplant donor.
Band of the Insulted: The Nicknames of Trump’s Adversaries

Band of the Insulted: The Nicknames of Trump’s Adversaries

President Trump is known to coin nicknames for his recurrent rivals on Twitter.
Playlist: The Playlist: Justin Timberlake Stays Funky (for Now), and 9 More New Songs

Playlist: The Playlist: Justin Timberlake Stays Funky (for Now), and 9 More New Songs

Justin Timberlake’s new album, due in February, is called “Man of the Woods.”
‘Breaking Ice’ Makes Music From a Classic Skating Rivalry

‘Breaking Ice’ Makes Music From a Classic Skating Rivalry

The vocalist and composer Alicia Hall Moran practicing at Chelsea Piers for “Breaking Ice,” her new music theater piece.
Op-Ed Contributors: Did Trump Obstruct Justice?

Op-Ed Contributors: Did Trump Obstruct Justice?

President Trump in the Oval Office, May 10, the day after he fired James Comey, the F.B.I. director.
Opinion: Who Loses When a Country Puts Citizenship Up for Sale?

Opinion: Who Loses When a Country Puts Citizenship Up for Sale?

Stateless men called the bidoon — Arabic for “without” — at a registry in Dubai.
Georgian Court Sentences Mikheil Saakashvili in Absentia to 3 Years in Prison

Georgian Court Sentences Mikheil Saakashvili in Absentia to 3 Years in Prison

Former President Mikheil Saakashvili of Georgia in court on Wednesday in Kiev, Ukraine. On Friday, Mr. Saakashvili, who faces legal challenges in both countries, was sentenced in absentia to three
Expect Environmental Battles to Be ‘Even More Significant’ in 2018

Expect Environmental Battles to Be ‘Even More Significant’ in 2018

Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection Agency administrator, with coal miners in Sycamore, Pa., last year.
Beers of The Times: Brown Ales May Be Unfashionable, but the Style Is Timeless

Beers of The Times: Brown Ales May Be Unfashionable, but the Style Is Timeless

Brown ales are relaxed and easygoing, pure and pleasing, with flavors that are subtle rather than flamboyant.
Republican Senators Raise Possible Charges Against Author of Trump Dossier

Republican Senators Raise Possible Charges Against Author of Trump Dossier

Christopher Steele, the former British spy, had repeated contacts before and after the election with F.B.I. counterintelligence agents who were investigating links between the Trump campaign and
Christie on His Relationship With Trump (Great) and His Regrets (Few) as New Jersey’s Governor

Christie on His Relationship With Trump (Great) and His Regrets (Few) as New Jersey’s Governor

After two terms as governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie has an uncertain future ahead.
The Empty Gesture of Red Carpet Protest

The Empty Gesture of Red Carpet Protest

Lizzy Caplan at the premiere of “Allied” in London, shortly after the 2016 presidential election.