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Where Spring Is in Full Bloom

Where Spring Is in Full Bloom

A Cymbidium hybrid at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. Its annual Orchid Show was curated by Daniël Ost.
A Worker Shortage Is Forcing Restaurants to Get Creative

A Worker Shortage Is Forcing Restaurants to Get Creative

Employees at work at Taco Bamba Taqueria in Falls Church, Va., where business is robust and staff is in short supply.
E.P.A. Officials Sidelined After Questioning Scott Pruitt

E.P.A. Officials Sidelined After Questioning Scott Pruitt

Employees at the Environmental Protection Agency faced career repercussions after questioning the spending of its administrator, Scott Pruitt, center.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Art of the Flail

Op-Ed Columnist: The Art of the Flail

The floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday.
Op-Ed Contributor: Stop the G.O.P.’s Conservation Demolition Crew

Op-Ed Contributor: Stop the G.O.P.’s Conservation Demolition Crew

Representative Rob Bishop of Utah, a Republican, praised the Trump administration’s plans to streamline environmental reviews to speed up permits for infrastructure projects.
Op-Ed Contributor: Stephon Clark and the Golden State’s Shameful Secret

Op-Ed Contributor: Stephon Clark and the Golden State’s Shameful Secret

Ben Crump, attorney for the family of Stephon Clark, at a news conference where the findings of an independent autopsy of Mr. Clark were announced.
Consumer Bureau’s Chief Gives Big Raises, Even as He Criticizes Spending

Consumer Bureau’s Chief Gives Big Raises, Even as He Criticizes Spending

Mick Mulvaney, acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, has recently approved high salaries for top appointees while using its cash reserves to fund its budget.
New Jersey Becomes a Key Battleground in Race for House Control

New Jersey Becomes a Key Battleground in Race for House Control

Andy Kim, a Democrat, is running against Representative Tom MacArthur, an incumbent Republican. It is one of five congressional races in New Jersey targeted by the national Democratic Party in its
Op-Ed Contributor: Sometimes a Broken Glass Is Just a Broken Glass

Op-Ed Contributor: Sometimes a Broken Glass Is Just a Broken Glass

Keir Dullea, as the astronaut Dave Bowman in the 1968 film “2001: A Space Odyssey.”
John Cena Grants a Wish Before His Wrestling Match

John Cena Grants a Wish Before His Wrestling Match

The wrestler and actor John Cena backstage at Madison Square Garden before a W.W.E. match in March.
Review: In ‘Killing Eve,’ Female Spy Hunts Female Assassin

Review: In ‘Killing Eve,’ Female Spy Hunts Female Assassin

In “Killing Eve,” Sandra Oh plays an inexperienced foreign intelligence operative at MI6 who’s up against a seemingly unstoppable assassin.
Under Trump, an Office Meant to Help Refugees Enters the Abortion Wars

Under Trump, an Office Meant to Help Refugees Enters the Abortion Wars

Scott Lloyd, the director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, has tried to stop the young, undocumented refugees he oversees from having abortions.
Review: In a Big Room, Lorde Protects the Small Moments

Review: In a Big Room, Lorde Protects the Small Moments

The moments where Lorde veers from script are the most intriguing at her “Melodrama” arena tour.
Tinder and Bumble Are Seriously at War

Tinder and Bumble Are Seriously at War

Whitney Wolfe Herd, chief executive and founder of Bumble, at her office in Austin, Tex.
A Perplexing Marijuana Side Effect Relieved by Hot Showers

A Perplexing Marijuana Side Effect Relieved by Hot Showers

Thomas Hodorowski quit smoking marijuana after learning his years-long bouts of nausea and vomiting were caused by his habit.
The Paris Review Names a New Editor: Emily Nemens of The Southern Review

The Paris Review Names a New Editor: Emily Nemens of The Southern Review

Emily Nemens’s eclectic taste and creative ambitions proved to be a draw for the Paris Review board, which chose her over a pool of candidates better known in New York’s literary circles.
Review: An Orchestral Odyssey Through Chaos and Beauty

Review: An Orchestral Odyssey Through Chaos and Beauty

The conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen and the composer Anna Thorvaldsdottir speak about her work “Metacosmos” before its premiere with the New York Philharmonic on Wednesday.