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A Gilbert & Sullivan Jaunt to Margaritaville

A Gilbert & Sullivan Jaunt to Margaritaville

From left, Amanda Raquel Martinez, Matt Kahler, Tina Muñoz Pandya, Dana Omar, Mario Aivazian and Danny Goodman of the Hypocrites rehearsing “The Pirates of Penzance.”
Cocktails Only a Local Could Love

Cocktails Only a Local Could Love

The lunchbox — Coors Light, a shot of amaretto and a splash of orange juice — was likely an accidental invention at Edna’s Restaurant & Club in Oklahoma City.
After Tumultuous Week, Germany’s Politics Look to the Familiar

After Tumultuous Week, Germany’s Politics Look to the Familiar

Chancellor Angela Merkel with leaders of her Christian Democratic Union party during a meeting in Berlin on Monday.
2 Bosses Show Up to Lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

2 Bosses Show Up to Lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Leandra English, left, met on Monday with Senators Chuck Schumer and Elizabeth Warren. Ms. English, the deputy director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, was set to become its temporary
Critic’s Notebook: Why Plays About Sexual Assault Are Too Murky for Our Own Good

Critic’s Notebook: Why Plays About Sexual Assault Are Too Murky for Our Own Good

Zosia Mamet (with Evan Jonigkeit) as a college student who accuses a campus golden boy of rape in the 2013 play “Really Really.”
Footsteps: The Inescapable Poet of Nicaragua

Footsteps: The Inescapable Poet of Nicaragua

Darío’s homeland is a place of volcanoes and lakes. Here, the Concepción volcano and Lake Nicaragua.
The Neediest Cases Fund: Sister’s ‘Dark Time’ Inspires Couple to Serve Those With Disabilities

The Neediest Cases Fund: Sister’s ‘Dark Time’ Inspires Couple to Serve Those With Disabilities

Anita Swerdin dancing with Kenny Sher at a Thanksgiving event at the Samuel Field Y in Queens.
Bus Service Is in Crisis, City Comptroller’s Report Says

Bus Service Is in Crisis, City Comptroller’s Report Says

New York City buses carry over two million passengers a day, but many of their routes no longer match the commuting patterns of New Yorkers.
Vietnamese Blogger Gets 7 Years in Jail for Reporting on Toxic Spill

Vietnamese Blogger Gets 7 Years in Jail for Reporting on Toxic Spill

Nguyen Van Hoa at his trial in Ha Tinh, Vietnam, on Monday. He was convicted of spreading anti-state propaganda for producing videos and writing about protests over an environmental disaster.
Senators Scramble to Advance Tax Bill That Increasingly Rewards Wealthy

Senators Scramble to Advance Tax Bill That Increasingly Rewards Wealthy

Several Senate Republicans loom as potential roadblocks to the tax bill, including Senators Bob Corker of Tennessee, center, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, right, and Jeff Flake of Arizona.
Trump Hits a Favorite Punching Bag, CNN

Trump Hits a Favorite Punching Bag, CNN

President Trump returned to the White House on Sunday after a week in Florida at his club, Mar-a Lago.
Tokyo Journal: Tokyo, Once a Cigarette Haven, Could Finally Kick Out the Smokers

Tokyo Journal: Tokyo, Once a Cigarette Haven, Could Finally Kick Out the Smokers

Tokyo is considering a ban on smoking indoors in most public places. In this intensely rule-abiding country, some say changing smoking rules would test the resolve of many.
California Today: How Progressive Is the Golden State?

California Today: How Progressive Is the Golden State?

Low-rise homes dot the landscape in San Francisco. California’s housing costs are among the highest in the country.
Pope Francis Arrives in a Myanmar Tarnished by Rohingya Crackdown

Pope Francis Arrives in a Myanmar Tarnished by Rohingya Crackdown

Pope Francis after his arrival on Monday at the airport in Yangon, Myanmar.
Business Moguls Criticize Republican Tax Plans: DealBook Briefing

Business Moguls Criticize Republican Tax Plans: DealBook Briefing

From left, Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, Orrin Hatch, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, and Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury Secretary, discussed the Senate's version of the GOP