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Restaurant Review: Kaiseki, Straight Up With a Twist

Restaurant Review: Kaiseki, Straight Up With a Twist

The broth of Odo’s shio ramen is made from fish bones and seasoned mainly with salt.
Immigrants Facing Deportation Must Be Detained After Release From Criminal Custody, Justices Rule

Immigrants Facing Deportation Must Be Detained After Release From Criminal Custody, Justices Rule

Undocumented immigrants leaving a federal courthouse in June in McAllen, Texas. The court’s conservative majority voted 5 to 4 to adopt a strict interpretation of a federal immigration law.
Pope Rejects Resignation of French Cardinal Convicted of Abuse Cover-Up

Pope Rejects Resignation of French Cardinal Convicted of Abuse Cover-Up

Cardinal Philippe Barbarin received a six-month suspended jail sentence from a court in Lyon, France, on March 7, and met with Pope Francis on Monday.
Trilobites: What Spring Looks Like from Space

Trilobites: What Spring Looks Like from Space

The view at the moment about 22,000 miles into space, would be similar to what you see here — two nearly equal slices cut straight down the middle, one light, one dark.
Nursultan Nazarbayev, Longtime Leader of Kazakhstan, Says He’s Resigning

Nursultan Nazarbayev, Longtime Leader of Kazakhstan, Says He’s Resigning

President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan, right, in Brussels last year.
Special Counsel Sought Michael Cohen’s Emails in 2017, Documents Show

Special Counsel Sought Michael Cohen’s Emails in 2017, Documents Show

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, earlier this month.
The Theater at the Forefront of Poland’s Culture Wars

The Theater at the Forefront of Poland’s Culture Wars

A rehearsal for “Mein Kampf” at the Powszechny Theater in Warsaw. From left, Arkadiusz Brykalski; Natalia Lagiewczyk; Jakub Skrzywanek, the play’s director; and Madamou Goo Ba.
Special Counsel Sought Michael Cohen’s Emails in 2017, Documents Show

Special Counsel Sought Michael Cohen’s Emails in 2017, Documents Show

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, in early March.
Devin Nunes Sues Twitter for Allowing Accounts to Insult Him

Devin Nunes Sues Twitter for Allowing Accounts to Insult Him

Representative Devin Nunes, Republican of California, said he would sue Twitter and three users of the social media platform for defamation.
California Today: The Best College Basketball Team in California Probably Isn’t the One You Think

California Today: The Best College Basketball Team in California Probably Isn’t the One You Think

Russell Turner, U.C. Irvine’s coach, celebrated on Sunday after his team defeated Cal State Fullerton to win the Big West Conference tournament championship.

We’re Introducing a New Parenting Section, and We Want to Hear From You

Ahead of the launch, we want parents to tell us about their own tiny victories from the battleground.
We’re Asking the Wrong Questions of YouTube and Facebook After New Zealand

We’re Asking the Wrong Questions of YouTube and Facebook After New Zealand

A memorial for victims of last week’s shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand.
At Kansas, a No. 4 Seed Just Doesn’t Feel the Same

At Kansas, a No. 4 Seed Just Doesn’t Feel the Same

Kansas’s Dedric Lawson after a win against Baylor earlier this month.
The Poet Who Planted Trees

The Poet Who Planted Trees

W.S. Merwin at the Merwin Conservancy on the northeast coast of Maui in 2010.
In Chile, Homes as Extreme as the Landscape Itself

In Chile, Homes as Extreme as the Landscape Itself

Near Los Vilos, the Pritzker Prize-winner Alejandro Aravena recently completed a vacation home that comprises three concrete structures stacked and seemingly leaning against each other on a hilltop
Karen Uhlenbeck Is First Woman to Win Abel Prize for Mathematics

Karen Uhlenbeck Is First Woman to Win Abel Prize for Mathematics

Karen Uhlenbeck published many of her major papers in her late 30s and received a MacArthur Fellowship in 1983.