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Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Got Surprised Twice by Madonna at the Met Gala

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Got Surprised Twice by Madonna at the Met Gala

Jimmy Fallon describing his antics with Stephen Colbert at the Met Gala on Monday, a fund-raiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute.
What’s Kim Jong-un’s Surname? Mike Pompeo Is Learning the Hard Way

What’s Kim Jong-un’s Surname? Mike Pompeo Is Learning the Hard Way

A photo released by the White House shows Mike Pompeo, then C.I.A. director, meeting with North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, in Pyongyang during Easter weekend.
Concepción Journal: Jesuit Legacy in the Bolivian Jungle: A Love of Baroque Music

Concepción Journal: Jesuit Legacy in the Bolivian Jungle: A Love of Baroque Music

Students played in a local orchestra concert last month. Baroque music is deeply embedded in the indigenous culture.
Blankenship Loses West Virginia Primary; Cordray Defeats Kucinich in Ohio

Blankenship Loses West Virginia Primary; Cordray Defeats Kucinich in Ohio

Richard Cordray won the Ohio Democratic primary for governor on Tuesday, defeating former congressman Dennis Kucinich.
How Long Would It Take Iran to Build a Nuclear Bomb? It Depends

How Long Would It Take Iran to Build a Nuclear Bomb? It Depends

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran said that he remained committed to the accord limiting Tehran’s nuclear program, but that America’s exit might free Iran to resume uranium production.
Cuomo Asks for Special Prosecutor to Investigate Schneiderman

Cuomo Asks for Special Prosecutor to Investigate Schneiderman

Eric T. Schneiderman, the former attorney general, will now be the subject of an investigation by a special prosecutor ordered by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.
Pulled From Rockefeller Walls, Picasso, Matisse and Monet Fetch Big Prices

Pulled From Rockefeller Walls, Picasso, Matisse and Monet Fetch Big Prices

Picasso’s “Fillette à la Corbeille Fleurie” (Young Girl With Basket of Flowers) sold for $115 million Tuesday night at Christie’s Rockefeller auction.
Japan Seeks Its Economic Mojo in the Stuff That Makes the Stuff

Japan Seeks Its Economic Mojo in the Stuff That Makes the Stuff

The cylindrical metal products made by Irie Koken are a departure from the gadgetry of previous Japanese innovations, but a focus on building precision components could help the country forge a new,
A Relative Wages Jack Johnson’s Biggest Fight: To Clear His Name

A Relative Wages Jack Johnson’s Biggest Fight: To Clear His Name

Linda Haywood, the great great niece of the boxer Jack Johnson, who in 1908 became the first African-American heavyweight champion, has tried to clear his name from a racially charged conviction, long
Trump’s Most Foolish Decision Yet

Trump’s Most Foolish Decision Yet

President Trump entering the Diplomatic Room in the White House on Tuesday to announce his decision to withdraw the United States from the Iran nuclear deal.
Vice President’s Brother Captures G.O.P. House Primary in Indiana

Vice President’s Brother Captures G.O.P. House Primary in Indiana

Greg Pence ran for the congressional seat his brother, Vice President Mike Pence, once held.
Review: ‘Dance Nation,’ the Power and the Terror of Girls at 13

Review: ‘Dance Nation,’ the Power and the Terror of Girls at 13

Camila Canó-Flaviá, front, and the cast of “Dance Nation,” Clare Barron’s blazingly original and unsettlingly familiar new play.
C.D.C. Director’s Salary Is Reduced to $209,700 From $375,000

C.D.C. Director’s Salary Is Reduced to $209,700 From $375,000

A spokeswoman for the Health and Human Services Department said that Dr. Robert R. Redfield “did not want his compensation to become a distraction from the important work of the C.D.C. and asked that
Facebook to Reorganize After Scrutiny Over Data Privacy

Facebook to Reorganize After Scrutiny Over Data Privacy

As Facebook’s chief product officer, Chris Cox will oversee key products, including the social network itself, Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp.
Jay-Z Is Ordered to Testify in Case Involving His Former Fashion Brand

Jay-Z Is Ordered to Testify in Case Involving His Former Fashion Brand

Alex Spiro, a lawyer representing Jay-Z, leaving court on Tuesday in Manhattan.
Russia Tried to Undermine Confidence in Voting Systems, Senators Say

Russia Tried to Undermine Confidence in Voting Systems, Senators Say

A Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on election security in March. The committee has been investigating Russia’s election interference campaign for well over a year.