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An Upright Citizens Brigade Theater Closes With Filthy Fanfare

An Upright Citizens Brigade Theater Closes With Filthy Fanfare

Performers at the marathon closing show of the Upright Citizens Brigade’s Chelsea space.
U.S. Will Keep Older Cluster Munitions, a Weapon Banned by 102 Nations

U.S. Will Keep Older Cluster Munitions, a Weapon Banned by 102 Nations

Members of the South Korean Air Force prepared to load cluster bombs onto a fighter during an exercise in August at an air base in Suwon, South Korea.
California Today: California Today: Remembering the Victims of the Ghost Ship Fire

California Today: California Today: Remembering the Victims of the Ghost Ship Fire

Tributes left to victims of the Ghost Ship warehouse fire adorned the fence that surrounds the property on Thursday.
Anglican Minister Urges Prayers for Prince George to Be Gay

Anglican Minister Urges Prayers for Prince George to Be Gay

A crowd outside St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, west of London, in June. The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is to take place there in May.
Big City: Paid Parental Leave, Except for Most Who Need It

Big City: Paid Parental Leave, Except for Most Who Need It

Jessica Jean-Marie, a New York City teacher, has accumulated 17 sick days which she can take as paid parental leave.
The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: The Tax Bill’s $1 Trillion Problem

The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: The Tax Bill’s $1 Trillion Problem

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaking to reporters on Capitol Hill on Thursday after a news conference on proposed Republican tax legislation.
Op-Ed Columnist: It’s a Gay, Gay, Gay Government

Op-Ed Columnist: It’s a Gay, Gay, Gay Government

Mayor Robert Moon of Palm Springs, Calif., speaking at the World Association of Marching Show Bands opening ceremony on Tuesday. Mr. Moon is the city’s third openly gay mayor.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Farthest Point of a Burmese Journey

Op-Ed Columnist: The Farthest Point of a Burmese Journey

Rohingya refugees at dusk near the border of Myanmar and Bangladesh last month.
Michael Flynn, Kathryn Steinle, Jim Nabors: Your Friday Briefing

Michael Flynn, Kathryn Steinle, Jim Nabors: Your Friday Briefing

Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, on Capitol Hill on Thursday. Senators are scrambling to find ways to mitigate the cost of the tax bill after some lawmakers called for safeguards against
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Kimmel, Defending Christianity, Offers to Fight Roy Moore

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Kimmel, Defending Christianity, Offers to Fight Roy Moore

Jimmy Kimmel’s Twitter feud with Roy Moore, the Republican Senate candidate in Alabama, came to a head on Thursday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
Tom Cotton, Said to Be Trump’s C.I.A. Pick, Would Bring Ambition but Little Experience

Tom Cotton, Said to Be Trump’s C.I.A. Pick, Would Bring Ambition but Little Experience

If a cabinet reshuffling plan said to be in the works at the White House holds, Senator Tom Cotton, 40, would be the youngest person ever to lead the C.I.A.
How the Ferry Is Changing the Brooklyn-Queens Waterfront

How the Ferry Is Changing the Brooklyn-Queens Waterfront

NYC Ferry connects Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan along four ferry lines.
Acting Studios Are Struggling. Does It Matter?

Acting Studios Are Struggling. Does It Matter?

A movement class at HB Studio, which was founded by the Viennese actor/director Herbert Berghof in 1945.