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A Day of Rice Cakes for the Lunar New Year

A Day of Rice Cakes for the Lunar New Year

On a farm in West Compton, Calif., over 100 people gathered to make banh chung — rich, sticky rice cakes — to celebrate and prepare for Vietnamese New Year.
Huawei and Top Executive Face Criminal Charges in the U.S.

Huawei and Top Executive Face Criminal Charges in the U.S.

The Justice Department unveiled charges against Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei, for helping evade American sanctions on Iran.
Trump to Deliver State of the Union Next Week

Trump to Deliver State of the Union Next Week

Speaker Nancy Pelosi invited President Trump to deliver the State of the Union address next week.

N.R.A. Seeks Distance From Russia as Investigations Heat Up

High-profile N.R.A. donors and board members made no secret of their visit to Russia in 2015. But now the organization faces growing scrutiny for its Russia ties.

What’s Happening in the Economy? Here’s a Guide to the Data

Hand-wringing over a possible slowdown only adds to the importance of the latest releases.
U.S. Targets Venezuela With Tough Oil Sanctions During Crisis of Power

U.S. Targets Venezuela With Tough Oil Sanctions During Crisis of Power

The economic penalties by the Trump administration marked the most forceful American action against President Nicolás Maduro, whom the U.S. is trying to oust.
The Case of the Bumbling Spy: A Watchdog Group Gets Him on Camera

The Case of the Bumbling Spy: A Watchdog Group Gets Him on Camera

A visitor to New York who claimed to be an investor named Michel Lambert is actually Aharon Almog-Assoulin, a retired Israeli security official.
City Kitchen: Juicy Fish, Crisp Potatoes and Minimal Fuss

City Kitchen: Juicy Fish, Crisp Potatoes and Minimal Fuss

A mix of parsley, lemon zest and finely chopped rosemary finishes simple halibut and cod.
Books of The Times: In ‘Let Me Finish,’ Chris Christie Goes Easy on Donald Trump, Saving Fire for Steve Bannon and Others

Books of The Times: In ‘Let Me Finish,’ Chris Christie Goes Easy on Donald Trump, Saving Fire for Steve Bannon and Others

Chris Christie in January 2018, delivering his final State of the State address as governor of New Jersey.

An Appraisal: Swept Up in the Whirlwind Known as Michel Legrand

The singer Melissa Errico recalls the mix of wild energy and plaintive emotion that made the composer so enthralling to be around.
‘Mary Poppins,’ and a Nanny’s Shameful Flirting With Blackface

‘Mary Poppins,’ and a Nanny’s Shameful Flirting With Blackface

Julie Andrews’s soot-covered face in the 1964 film “Mary Poppins” stems from racial caricatures in books.
How to Make the Egg Salad Sandwich That Drew Eyes on Instagram

How to Make the Egg Salad Sandwich That Drew Eyes on Instagram

The Instagram-famous sandwich served at Konbi in Los Angeles.
Reporter’s Notebook: ‘DAU’ Has Finally Opened in Paris. Does It Live Up to the Hype?

Reporter’s Notebook: ‘DAU’ Has Finally Opened in Paris. Does It Live Up to the Hype?

“DAU” at the Théâtre de la Ville in Paris. The immersive film and art project by Ilya Khrzhanovsky is finally open — but only partially.
Brexit, Singapore, Nissan: Your Tuesday Briefing

Brexit, Singapore, Nissan: Your Tuesday Briefing

Anti-Brexit demonstrators outside Parliament on Monday.
She Walked Into an Elevator on Friday Night. She Wasn’t Rescued Until Monday.

She Walked Into an Elevator on Friday Night. She Wasn’t Rescued Until Monday.

The five-story home at 48 East 65th Street has temporary scaffolding around the first-floor entrance.
Trump’s Shutdown Surrender Adds Pressure to Secure China Trade Win

Trump’s Shutdown Surrender Adds Pressure to Secure China Trade Win

Caterpillar, which sells heavy machinery to China, said it expected a lower profit in 2019 because of trade tensions, which have weakened the Chinese economy.
Government Shutdown Is Over, So Where Is the Economic Data?

Government Shutdown Is Over, So Where Is the Economic Data?

An assembly worker at a plant in Grand Rapids, Mich. Much of the periodic data on manufacturing and other economic activity has been delayed by the government shutdown, complicating forecasts and
Dealmakers Dominate Panel Tasked to Reach Border Security Agreement

Dealmakers Dominate Panel Tasked to Reach Border Security Agreement

Senator Richard Shelby, Republican of Alabama and chair of the Appropriations Committee, will be one of the leaders on the immigration conference committee.