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Chinese Government Employee Arrested in Visa Fraud Scheme

Chinese Government Employee Arrested in Visa Fraud Scheme

Federal prosecutors say that Zhongsan Liu, 57, was helping the Chinese government recruit American researchers to China.
For Sean Spicer, the Revolving Door Led to a Dance Routine in a Lime Green Shirt

For Sean Spicer, the Revolving Door Led to a Dance Routine in a Lime Green Shirt

Mr. Spicer has become an avatar for the reputational sacrifice and ritual humiliation that come with trying to remain in President Trump’s good graces while also seeking mainstream acceptance.
Trump Races for Trade Deals With Japan and India as China Fight Persists

Trump Races for Trade Deals With Japan and India as China Fight Persists

President Trump wants to secure “minideals” with Japan and India to notch victories on a signature issue as he heads into his re-election campaign.

Francis Bacon Read Just as He Painted: Deep, Dark and Bleak

A new exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris looks at how literary figures like Eliot, Conrad and Aeschylus shaped the painter’s work.
John Cohen, Champion of Old-Time Music, Is Dead at 87

John Cohen, Champion of Old-Time Music, Is Dead at 87

As a founder of the New Lost City Ramblers and as a photographer, filmmaker and musicologist, he devoted his life to the traditional music of the rural South.
Tiny Love Stories: ‘It Wasn’t the Sex That Hurt, but the Lying’

Tiny Love Stories: ‘It Wasn’t the Sex That Hurt, but the Lying’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
Was Ric Ocasek Actually 75?

Was Ric Ocasek Actually 75?

Some sources said the Cars frontman, who died Sunday, was 70. Here’s how The Times figured out the right age.
Rugby Referee Creates a Buzz While Keeping the Peace

Rugby Referee Creates a Buzz While Keeping the Peace

Nigel Owens is the rare official who, at any given match, could have more renown than some of the players on the field.
Trump and California See Same Homeless Problem, but Not the Same Solutions

Trump and California See Same Homeless Problem, but Not the Same Solutions

President Trump’s awful descriptions of California’s housing woes can’t be worse than those of the state’s most liberal politicians. But that’s where the agreement ends.

Was the Gap Ever Cool? A Look at 50 Years in Denim and Khaki

From one street corner in San Francisco to every mall in America.

Virtual Reality Video Games That Double as Exercise

Virtual reality is still niche, but a growing crop of VR games with a fitness element may inspire people to pick up a headset. Here’s what to know before you get started.
In ‘Sontag,’ the Author’s Myth Takes Center Stage

In ‘Sontag,’ the Author’s Myth Takes Center Stage

Benjamin Moser’s authorized biography of the essayist, critic and cultural icon Susan Sontag pays closest attention to its subject’s persona as a “great original creation.”
A New Destination for Dim Sum and Culinary Discipline

A New Destination for Dim Sum and Culinary Discipline

Hutong, in Midtown, has a flashy interior and a menu that excels when it plunges into fiery Sichuan cuisine.
Shane Gillis and the Privilege of Comedy

Shane Gillis and the Privilege of Comedy

Many of my fellow comics are worrying about freedom of speech. I’m laughing.
Don’t Forget Our Frontline Caregivers in the Opioid Epidemic

Don’t Forget Our Frontline Caregivers in the Opioid Epidemic

The demands of caring for addicts have stretched the resources of hospitals.
Spanish Court Calls U.S. Extradition Request Politically Motivated

Spanish Court Calls U.S. Extradition Request Politically Motivated

A Spanish court said that the United States’ request was politically motivated, and that drug trafficking charges leveled against the former intelligence chief lacked sufficient detail.
Israel Election Live Updates: Netanyahu and Gantz in Tight Race

Israel Election Live Updates: Netanyahu and Gantz in Tight Race

Israelis are deciding the political fate of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a contest that has revolved around whether Jewish voters want their country to become more or less religious.
Train Delayed? Relax With a Bolivian Pastry and Bubble Tea

Train Delayed? Relax With a Bolivian Pastry and Bubble Tea

New York is seeking to replace the discount-clothing stores and doughnut chains that line its subway corridors with trendy food halls and upscale shops.