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Home and Work: Inside a Designer’s Theatrical Apartment and Studio in Rome

Home and Work: Inside a Designer’s Theatrical Apartment and Studio in Rome

The designer F. Taylor Colantonio at his studio in Rome, surrounded by his creations: transparent plastic rugs, woven rope vases and ink sketches for a wallpaper inspired by circus tents.
Cutting Up Big Fish and Cultivating an Even Bigger Fan Base

Cutting Up Big Fish and Cultivating an Even Bigger Fan Base

Baracat Paiva, who works at the Boston wholesaler Wulf’s Fish, has become an Instagram celebrity for his impressive fish-cutting skills.
Encounters: Annie Murphy Gets Into Character at the Plaza

Encounters: Annie Murphy Gets Into Character at the Plaza

Annie Murphy at the Plaza Hotel. On “Schitt’s Creek,” she plays a fallen socialite whose family loses everything.
Use of Force in France’s ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests Fuels Anger

Use of Force in France’s ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests Fuels Anger

Officers carrying rubber ball launchers during a demonstration in Paris this month. Anger at officers’ use of force has helped fuel the nationwide “Yellow Vest” movement.
Government Reopens as Trump Casts Doubt on Prospects for a Border Wall Deal

Government Reopens as Trump Casts Doubt on Prospects for a Border Wall Deal

Commuters at the Federal Triangle Metro station in Washington on Monday, when hundreds of thousands of federal employees returned to work after the longest government shutdown in United States
The Carpetbagger: How the SAG Awards Clarify and Confuse the Oscar Race

The Carpetbagger: How the SAG Awards Clarify and Confuse the Oscar Race

The “Black Panther” cast at the SAG Awards on Sunday: from left, Michael B. Jordan, Danai Gurira, Isaach De Bankolé, Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o and Angela Bassett.

Study Offers Hint of Hope for Staving Off Dementia in Some People

People who received intensive treatment for hypertension were less likely to develop minor cognitive problems than those receiving standard treatment.
Need a Power-Play Goal? In the N.H.L., It’s as Easy as 1-3-1

Need a Power-Play Goal? In the N.H.L., It’s as Easy as 1-3-1

Alex Ovechkin of the Capitals has 128 power-play goals in the past seven seasons, far and away the most in the N.H.L. He represents the success of the 1-3-1 formation in making power plays more potent
Government Shutdown Cost U.S. Economy $11 Billion, C.B.O. Says

Government Shutdown Cost U.S. Economy $11 Billion, C.B.O. Says

Federal employees lined up in Washington for free meals during the shutdown.
A Conversation With: Caroline Elton Helps Doctors Heal Themselves

A Conversation With: Caroline Elton Helps Doctors Heal Themselves

Caroline Elton, at her home in London. "Doctors are not supposed to get sick," she said.
‘Rent Live’ Review: How Do You Measure a Show You Were Never Meant to See?

‘Rent Live’ Review: How Do You Measure a Show You Were Never Meant to See?

Jordan Fisher, left, and Brennin Hunt in “Rent” on Fox. Hunt injured his foot, so most of what viewers saw on Fox on Sunday night was a previously recorded dress rehearsal.
California Today: Kamala Harris Begins Wooing Voters Nationwide

California Today: Kamala Harris Begins Wooing Voters Nationwide

Senator Kamala Harris, Democrat of California, kicked off her presidential campaign with a rally Sunday in Oakland.
The Brexit Amendment Process That Could Reshape Britain’s Future

The Brexit Amendment Process That Could Reshape Britain’s Future

Brexit-related protests in London this month. Parliament is set to debate the prime minister’s proposed next steps as well as alternative plans put forward by other lawmakers.

Pilot in Nepal Plane Crash Had an ‘Emotional Breakdown,’ Officials Say

A report found that the captain’s “moody and aggressive” behavior during the flight might have contributed to the crash last year, which killed 51 people.
Tornado Strikes Havana, Killing at Least 3

Tornado Strikes Havana, Killing at Least 3

A damaged building in Havana early Monday after a tornado struck the city.
Afghanistan, Howard Schultz, ‘Rent’: Your Monday Briefing

Afghanistan, Howard Schultz, ‘Rent’: Your Monday Briefing

U.S. troops in Afghanistan in 2011. The war there is America’s longest.