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Modern Kitchen Style: More Comfortable, More Inclusive

Modern Kitchen Style: More Comfortable, More Inclusive

Ellen Bennett, a founder of Hedley & Bennett, with colorful aprons she designed.
Lady Gaga Apologizes for R. Kelly Collaboration: ‘I Stand Behind These Women 1000 Percent’

Lady Gaga Apologizes for R. Kelly Collaboration: ‘I Stand Behind These Women 1000 Percent’

R. Kelly and Lady Gaga performed “Do What U Want” at the American Music Awards in 2013. Lady Gaga said she meant to be “defiant and provocative” with the song, but she now regrets the collaboration.
Deleting Facebook Won’t Fix the Problem

Deleting Facebook Won’t Fix the Problem

Collective action is difficult against a global tech behemoth, Anand Girdharadas writes.
Heavy Snowfall in Alps Leaves 6 Dead and Strands Tourists

Heavy Snowfall in Alps Leaves 6 Dead and Strands Tourists

A snow-covered bridge in Untertauern, Austria. Many roads are shut because of avalanche risks.
Pompeo Calls Obama’s Mideast Policy Misguided

Pompeo Calls Obama’s Mideast Policy Misguided

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in Cairo on Thursday that the United States was “a force for good in the Middle East.”
The Dream of the ’90s Is Alive in Rat Boy’s Punk Rock

The Dream of the ’90s Is Alive in Rat Boy’s Punk Rock

Jordan Cardy, a 22-year-old English musician who records as Rat Boy, writes songs that combine 1970s punk, 1990s hip-hop and 2000s pop-punk.
10 Artists to Watch in 2019

10 Artists to Watch in 2019

Our pop music critics are keeping an eye on Billie Eilish, Nakhane and Nicola Cruz this year.
In Baltimore, a Revolving Door at Police Chief

In Baltimore, a Revolving Door at Police Chief

Michael Harrison, left, with Mayor Mitch Landrieu of New Orleans during Mardi Gras, has won plaudits for how he shepherded an overhaul of the police department in New Orleans.
Upright Citizens Brigade to Close East Village Location

Upright Citizens Brigade to Close East Village Location

The Upright Citizens Brigade’s East Village theater, above, before its official opening in 2011, is about to close.
Trump, Along the Border in Texas, Reiterates Demand for Wall

Trump, Along the Border in Texas, Reiterates Demand for Wall

A construction crew works on replacing a section of the border fence near Tijuana, Mexico, on Wednesday. Since Mr. Trump took office, no new miles of barriers have been built but some existing
Rwanda Cracks Down on Skin Bleaching Agents by Seizing Cosmetics

Rwanda Cracks Down on Skin Bleaching Agents by Seizing Cosmetics

Skin lightening products are a big-money industry. Sales are often propelled by a belief that lighter skin is preferable, however, and their negative health effects have prompted some countries to
Everything You Thought You Knew About Driving on Snow Was Wrong

Everything You Thought You Knew About Driving on Snow Was Wrong

“We see a lot of people from all over the country who have grown up in the Snow Belt and have years and years of driving experience and in reality have just been lucky because their technique leaves a
Ford Plans to Cut Thousands of Jobs Across Europe

Ford Plans to Cut Thousands of Jobs Across Europe

A Ford Motor factory in Cologne, Germany. The company said on Thursday that it was considering closing factories in Europe.
Before Trump, Steve King Set the Agenda for the Wall and Anti-Immigrant Politics

Before Trump, Steve King Set the Agenda for the Wall and Anti-Immigrant Politics

Mr. King, left, in March 2006. He has denounced immigration reform efforts under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama as “amnesty.”
China’s Ambassador to Canada Blames ‘White Supremacy’ for Feud Over Arrests

China’s Ambassador to Canada Blames ‘White Supremacy’ for Feud Over Arrests

The arrest of Meng Wanzhou, carried out at the request of the United States, set off a fury in China, where it was seen as an attack on Huawei for political purposes.
U.K. Drops Demand That Women Forced Into Marriage Pay for Rescue

U.K. Drops Demand That Women Forced Into Marriage Pay for Rescue

Jeremy Hunt, the foreign secretary, said in a letter on Tuesday: “Our treatment of vulnerable Britons abroad should always be guided by compassion. So I am glad to make this policy change.”