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Art Review: Louvre Abu Dhabi, an Arabic-Galactic Wonder, Revises Art History

Art Review: Louvre Abu Dhabi, an Arabic-Galactic Wonder, Revises Art History

Works that qualify as “classics” to a Western viewer feel surreally exotic at the multiculturalist Louvre Abu Dhabi, including Jacques-Louis David’s image of Napoleon Bonaparte crossing the Alps, on
Black Vegans Step Out, for Their Health and Other Causes

Black Vegans Step Out, for Their Health and Other Causes

Monique Koch, a vegan family coach who is also known as the Brown Vegan on YouTube, leading a cooking class at the fourth annual Baltimore Vegan SoulFest in August. The festival attracts more than
Saudi Arabia Releases Senior Prince Arrested in Anti-Corruption Purge

Saudi Arabia Releases Senior Prince Arrested in Anti-Corruption Purge

Prince Mutaib bin Abdullah, right, who has been released from detention, with Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, left, and Saud bin Nayef in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in 2012.
Air Force Failed to Report Dozens of Service Members to Gun Database

Air Force Failed to Report Dozens of Service Members to Gun Database

The Air Force Academy near Colorado Springs. Officials said they were assessing whether to take punitive action against personnel who failed to report a killer’s conviction.
Conyers Scandal Highlights Divisions, Generational and Gender

Conyers Scandal Highlights Divisions, Generational and Gender

Representative John Conyers Jr., Democrat of Michigan, has been the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee — either as chairman or ranking member — for 10 years.
North Korea Fires a Ballistic Missile, in a Further Challenge to Trump

North Korea Fires a Ballistic Missile, in a Further Challenge to Trump

The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, with two scientists — Ri Hong-sop, second from left, and Hong Sung-mu, right — in Pyongyang in September.
Panettone Has Become an Obsession for American Bakers

Panettone Has Become an Obsession for American Bakers

“If you mess up a panettone, it’s gone,” said Avery Ruzicka, the owner of Manresa Bread in Los Gatos, Calif. “You can’t save it. It just all goes in the garbage.”
Royal Engagement Seen as Symbol of Change, With Asterisks

Royal Engagement Seen as Symbol of Change, With Asterisks

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle posed for photographers on the grounds of Kensington Palace in London on Monday.
Olympic Doping Diaries: Chemist’s Notes Bolster Case Against Russia

Olympic Doping Diaries: Chemist’s Notes Bolster Case Against Russia

Jan. 28, 2014: The diary of Grigory Rodchenkov, the former director of Russia’s antidoping lab.
Hawaii Brings Back a Cold War-Era Nuclear Warning System

Hawaii Brings Back a Cold War-Era Nuclear Warning System

Part of the coast in Oahu. Hawaii is testing a nuclear warning siren that will alert people to seek shelter in the face of an imminent attack.
Trilobites: Seeking the Source of the Vanishing Great Salt Lake

Trilobites: Seeking the Source of the Vanishing Great Salt Lake

Satellite images showing the Aral Sea, which crosses the borders of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, in 2000, left, and again in 2014.
An Iranian Wrestler Throws His Match to Avoid an Israeli

An Iranian Wrestler Throws His Match to Avoid an Israeli

At the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, the Iranian wrestler Alireza Karimi-Machiani, right, lost to the American J’Den Cox.
It Could Happen to You: A Raw, Pointed Revival at Alvin Ailey

It Could Happen to You: A Raw, Pointed Revival at Alvin Ailey

Ghrai DeVore and Rachael McLaren (in red) rehearsing Jawole Willa Jo Zollar’s “Shelter” at the Ailey studios.
Restaurant Review: At Ugly Baby, the Name Isn’t All That’s Unusual

Restaurant Review: At Ugly Baby, the Name Isn’t All That’s Unusual

Ugly Baby’s walls have been painted with a bright James Rosenquist palette.