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‘A Breaking Point’: Second Child’s Death Prompts New Procedures for Border Agency

‘A Breaking Point’: Second Child’s Death Prompts New Procedures for Border Agency

An 8-year-old boy from Guatemala died late Monday while in United States custody. Earlier this month, a 7-year-old girl from the same country died while under Border Patrol supervision.
Is Haiti Awakening to Change?

Is Haiti Awakening to Change?

Protesters last month demanding to know how government funds intended to help the Haitian economy have been used.

A Pioneering Photographer, Bare in the Back Country

Walking on the wild side in California, Anne Brigman became one with nature through her body and spunk. A century later, she is being recognized.
Afghanistan Likely to Delay Election as Trump Presses for Peace Talks

Afghanistan Likely to Delay Election as Trump Presses for Peace Talks

Preparing ballot boxes in Kandahar, Afghanistan, for a legislative election held in October. Preliminary results are yet to be announced. Presidential elections scheduled for April are likely to be
Theaster Gates Is a Toast of the Fashion and Art Circuit

Theaster Gates Is a Toast of the Fashion and Art Circuit

Theaster Gates at the Freehand Hotel in Miami, the site of his recent installation.

Ancient Purebred Horse With Bronze-Plated Saddle Is Discovered in Pompeii

The horse is the latest treasure unearthed from the city buried by pumice and ash after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79.
How Christian Bale Became Dick Cheney (and Other Tales of Transformation)

How Christian Bale Became Dick Cheney (and Other Tales of Transformation)

To play Dick Cheney in “Vice,” Christian Bale used prosthetics to resemble the former vice president at five stages of his life.
Essay: One Giant Step for a Chess-Playing Machine

Essay: One Giant Step for a Chess-Playing Machine

Televisions broadcasting the Google DeepMind Challenge Match between Google’s artificial intelligence program, AlphaGo, a predecessor of AlphaZero, and South Korean professional Go player, Lee Sedol,
Now Playing: The Movies Before the Movies

Now Playing: The Movies Before the Movies

The preshow presentation at Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn.
Critic’s Notebook: Pop in the Era of Distraction

Critic’s Notebook: Pop in the Era of Distraction

Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” is a full-fledged, old-school pop song, but it’s also the latest episode in her continuing personal saga.
California Today: California Today: How Californians Ring in the New Year

California Today: California Today: How Californians Ring in the New Year

Black-eyed peas, stewed with charred onion and chile. These are meat-free.
In a Season of Boys’ Choirs, a Question: Why No Girls?

In a Season of Boys’ Choirs, a Question: Why No Girls?

The Vienna Boys Choir rehearsing at Carnegie Hall. Questions have been raised about why Vienna and other boys’ choirs don’t admit girls.
China Holds Secret Trial for Rights Lawyer After 3 Years in Detention

China Holds Secret Trial for Rights Lawyer After 3 Years in Detention

Wang Quanzhang, left, and his wife Li Wenzu, with their child in eastern China’s Shandong Province in 2015.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: 5 of Our Best Stories of 2018

New York Today: N.Y. Today: 5 of Our Best Stories of 2018

Jerry Needleman and Sylvia Anderson on Sept. 8, 2015, their wedding day.
Opioid Makers Are the Big Winners in Lawsuit Settlements

Opioid Makers Are the Big Winners in Lawsuit Settlements

The offices of Purdue Pharma, maker of OxyContin, in Stamford, Conn.
Stocks, Migrants, Yemen: Your Wednesday Briefing

Stocks, Migrants, Yemen: Your Wednesday Briefing

Officers of the Royal Saudi Air Force last year in Riyadh. The F-15 fighter jets behind them are made and maintained by Americans.
Stocks Bounce Back From Edge of Bear Market

Stocks Bounce Back From Edge of Bear Market

Shares had their best day since 2009, but the S&P 500 is only back to where it stood on Dec. 20, and still on pace for its worst annual performance since the financial crisis a decade ago.
Past Tense: Josephine Premice and the Tightrope of Race and Talent

Past Tense: Josephine Premice and the Tightrope of Race and Talent

In 1974, she was called “the best Haitian cook in all of America” by The Times.