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Killing of California Officer Prompts Manhunt and Fuels Immigration Debate

Killing of California Officer Prompts Manhunt and Fuels Immigration Debate

Officer Ronil Singh was killed by a man who the authorities said was in the country illegally.
Mary Poppins: The Peculiar Challenge of Animating Her World

Mary Poppins: The Peculiar Challenge of Animating Her World

Emily Blunt as Mary Poppins, with the Banks children, in a scene from “Mary Poppins Returns” that combines animation and live action.

Anatomy of a Scene: Watch Emily Blunt Sing With Animated Birds in ‘Mary Poppins Returns’

The director Rob Marshall discusses how this scene, which combines live action and hand-drawn animation, came to be.
Crossing Guards for Grown-Ups? Yes, Traffic Is That Bad

Crossing Guards for Grown-Ups? Yes, Traffic Is That Bad

Preston Martin works as a pedestrian safety manager — a crossing guard for grown-ups, of sorts — on Varick Street in Manhattan, near the entrance to the Holland Tunnel.
The Inevitability of Impeachment

The Inevitability of Impeachment

A billboard asking people to sign a petition calling for the impeachment of President Trump in Times Square in New York last year.
Kevin Spacey’s Accuser Made Video of Encounter, Massachusetts Documents Say

Kevin Spacey’s Accuser Made Video of Encounter, Massachusetts Documents Say

More details of a sexual-assault allegation against Kevin Spacey were released this week by the authorities.
At War: Pilots Kept Losing Oxygen and the Military Had No Idea Why. Now There’s a Possible Fix.

At War: Pilots Kept Losing Oxygen and the Military Had No Idea Why. Now There’s a Possible Fix.

A pilot undergoes a hypoxia training scenario at Whidbey Island in Washington in December 2011.
Critic’s Notebook: How #MeToo Changes ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’

Critic’s Notebook: How #MeToo Changes ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’

The role of the rape victim Victoria (Emily Rios) complicates “If Beale Street Could Talk” in ways James Baldwin couldn’t have imagined when he wrote the novel on which it is based.
letters: Anti-Semitism and the Women’s March

letters: Anti-Semitism and the Women’s March

Vanessa Wruble, an early organizer of the Women’s March, at her home in Brooklyn.

Social Q’s: What’s Wrong With Books for Christmas?

A reader defies her sister-in-law’s holiday wish lists — and faces the consequences.

critic’s Pick: With a Centerpiece Like This, Who Needed Cake?

At the Frick, an exhibition devoted to Luigi Valadier, the Roman silversmith to popes, sovereigns and aristocrats.
Germany Considers Recruiting Foreign Nationals for Military

Germany Considers Recruiting Foreign Nationals for Military

German armed forces recruits at a training area in Viereck, Germany. The chief of defense said the military was considering enlisting foreign nationals for highly specialized roles.
To Deal With Trump, Look to Voltaire

To Deal With Trump, Look to Voltaire

A bust of the French philosopher Voltaire.
For Italy’s Populists, Everything is a Nationalist Cause. Even Leonardo.

For Italy’s Populists, Everything is a Nationalist Cause. Even Leonardo.

Italy’s under secretary for culture, Lucia Borgonzoni, among reproductions at the Leonardo da Vinci Experience Museum.