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Rolling Loud Brings Melting Rap Songs and Moshing Crowds to New York

Rolling Loud Brings Melting Rap Songs and Moshing Crowds to New York

The touring multiday rap festival arrived at Citi Field with a vision of the genre that’s no longer rooted in the city.
Does Your Toothbrush Have an App Yet?

Does Your Toothbrush Have an App Yet?

New technology is creating some excitement in the formerly ho-hum world of dental care.
The Violent Trump Video Is Dumb, and That’s the Point

The Violent Trump Video Is Dumb, and That’s the Point

The absurdity of memes like the one shared widely on Sunday evening gives cover to their creators.
Ohio Was Set to Purge 235,000 Voters. It Was Wrong About 20%.

Ohio Was Set to Purge 235,000 Voters. It Was Wrong About 20%.

When Ohio released a list of people it planned to strike from its voting rolls, around 40,000 people shouldn’t have been on it. The state only found out because of volunteer sleuthing.
Fired for Being Pregnant? It Can Still Happen

Fired for Being Pregnant? It Can Still Happen

Readers react to Senator Elizabeth Warren’s account of the loss of a teaching job in 1971 because she was pregnant.
Fort Worth Police Shooting: Officer Faces Criminal Inquiry for Killing Woman in Her Home

Fort Worth Police Shooting: Officer Faces Criminal Inquiry for Killing Woman in Her Home

Aaron Dean, the officer who killed Atatiana Jefferson as she was playing a video game with her nephew, resigned only hours before he was going to be fired.
Former Georgia Officer Who Killed a Black Man Is Convicted, but Not of Murder

Former Georgia Officer Who Killed a Black Man Is Convicted, but Not of Murder

The former officer, Robert Olsen, was acquitted of murder charges, but was found guilty on lesser counts after the fatal shooting of Anthony Hill, an unarmed Air Force veteran.
Fortnite Is Back, Ending Gamers’ Long Nightmare

Fortnite Is Back, Ending Gamers’ Long Nightmare

After a black hole consumed everything in the game this weekend, the popular game was back online Tuesday, featuring a new map.
Tossing and Catching Rhythms on Stages and City Streets

Tossing and Catching Rhythms on Stages and City Streets

Jumatatu M. Poe and Jermone Donte Beacham share their 10-year exploration of J-Sette, a call-and-response dance form.

John Hodgman on the Two Celebrity Corgis That Shattered His World

After a decade and a half of semi-fame, the writer and performer thought he had things figured out. Until he met two dogs more famous than he was.
The Amelia Earhart Mystery Stays Down in the Deep

The Amelia Earhart Mystery Stays Down in the Deep

Robert Ballard’s expedition to a remote island in the South Pacific found no evidence of the vanished aviator’s plane. But the explorer and his crew haven’t given up.
Fondue Flavor, but Make It Pie

Fondue Flavor, but Make It Pie

Yotam Ottolenghi’s love of wine and cheese leads to a pie inspired by fondue parties from long ago.
How Deutsche Bank Hired Its Way to the Top in China

How Deutsche Bank Hired Its Way to the Top in China

Confidential documents reveal the troubled German bank’s brazen campaign to win business in China by charming and enriching the political elite. Here are six key takeaways.
The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: What Happened Today

The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: What Happened Today

Another official spoke with investigators, and Congress settled in before a big day of testimony.
Inside a Brazen Scheme to Woo China: Gifts, Golf and a $4,254 Wine

Inside a Brazen Scheme to Woo China: Gifts, Golf and a $4,254 Wine

Confidential documents detail Deutsche Bank’s influence campaign and hiring practices in China. More than 100 relatives of top Communist Party officials got jobs.
How to Invest When the Market Can’t Make Up Its Mind

How to Invest When the Market Can’t Make Up Its Mind

The Federal Reserve’s rate cuts have buoyed stocks, but the economy shows signs of a slowdown. What should an investor do?
An 18th-Century Opera, Supercharged for Our Time

An 18th-Century Opera, Supercharged for Our Time

The Paris Opera’s new production of “Les Indes Galantes” has freshness and energy that elude its “La Traviata.”
The Immigrants Trump Denounces Have Helped Revive the Cities He Scorns

The Immigrants Trump Denounces Have Helped Revive the Cities He Scorns

Two of the president’s oft-cited problems have been solutions to each other throughout American history.
Sulli, South Korean K-Pop Star and Actress, Is Found Dead

Sulli, South Korean K-Pop Star and Actress, Is Found Dead

Sulli, 25, was known for being outspoken. She was found in her home on Monday, the authorities said, with no signs of foul play.