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Restaurant Review: Serving All the Food Nouvelle Cuisine Couldn’t Kill

Restaurant Review: Serving All the Food Nouvelle Cuisine Couldn’t Kill

The menu looks at French bistro classics through the lens of nostalgia.

U.S.A. Gymnastics Hires N.B.A. Executive as President

Li Li Leung will take over a troubled organization still reeling from a sexual-abuse scandal. She is the federation’s fourth leader in the past two years.
Dissident Artist Ai Weiwei Is Cut From Film; Producer Cites ‘Fear of China’

Dissident Artist Ai Weiwei Is Cut From Film; Producer Cites ‘Fear of China’

Ai Weiwei in New York in 2017. “It was frustrating to see Western creators and institutions collaborating with Chinese censorship in such an obvious way,” he said of being dropped from a new film,
Egypt Turns Back Veteran New York Times Reporter

Egypt Turns Back Veteran New York Times Reporter

David D. Kirkpatrick was Cairo bureau chief for The New York Times between 2011 and 2015, and is the author of a recent book on the country.
Bernie Sanders, Once the Progressive Outlier, Joins a Crowded Presidential Field

Bernie Sanders, Once the Progressive Outlier, Joins a Crowded Presidential Field

Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont marched with others from a prayer service at Zion Baptist Church in Columbia, S.C., to the state house last month during an event on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Times Insider: How We’ve Reported on the Secrets and Power of McKinsey & Company

Times Insider: How We’ve Reported on the Secrets and Power of McKinsey & Company

Among the many locations of McKinsey & Company offices is this building in central Kiev, Ukraine.
California Today: California’s Latest Fight With the Trump Administration

California Today: California’s Latest Fight With the Trump Administration

Attorney General Xavier Becerra of California said in an interview that the president himself had undercut his argument that there was an emergency at the border.
Karl Lagerfeld, Designer Who Defined Luxury Fashion, Is Dead

Karl Lagerfeld, Designer Who Defined Luxury Fashion, Is Dead

Mr. Lagerfeld with the singer Rihanna at a Fendi dinner in New York in 2015.
Bernie Sanders Announces 2020 Presidential Run

Bernie Sanders Announces 2020 Presidential Run

Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont marched with others from a prayer service at Zion Baptist Church in Columbia, S.C., to the state house last month during an event on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Bernie Sanders on the Issues: Where He Stands and What Could Derail Him

Bernie Sanders on the Issues: Where He Stands and What Could Derail Him

Supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders listened to him speak during a campaign rally at Morehouse College in Atlanta during the 2016 Democratic presidential primary.
A Happy Marriage Between God and Budget Deficits

A Happy Marriage Between God and Budget Deficits

Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan, left, and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia during a welcome ceremony for the prince’s visit to Pakistan, in Islamabad on Monday.
Are Trump and Putin Opening Pandora’s Box?

Are Trump and Putin Opening Pandora’s Box?

Russian Defense Ministry officials show off the 9M729 cruise missile at the military Patriot Park outside Moscow on January 23, 2019.
Why Trump’s Emergency Mess Means Danger for the Courts

Why Trump’s Emergency Mess Means Danger for the Courts

A section of border fence in Penitas, Tex.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: The Ocasio-Cortez Effect

New York Today: N.Y. Today: The Ocasio-Cortez Effect

From left, Representatives Jerrold Nadler, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Eliot Engel.
How My Southeast L.A. Culture Got to Japan

How My Southeast L.A. Culture Got to Japan

Junichi Shimodaira, president of the “Pharaohs” car club, in Nagoya, Japan.
Border Wall, Vatican, Karl Lagerfeld: Your Tuesday Briefing

Border Wall, Vatican, Karl Lagerfeld: Your Tuesday Briefing

A soup kitchen sponsored by opposition politicians, in Caracas, Venezuela.
The 52 Places Traveler: Stop #2 on a Yearlong Journey, a Spot in Panama That Takes It Slow

The 52 Places Traveler: Stop #2 on a Yearlong Journey, a Spot in Panama That Takes It Slow

Santa Catalina is famous among certain circles for La Punta, a challenging break off a rocky beach that attracts surfers from all over the world.
Nigella Lawson Was Never Just a Domestic Goddess

Nigella Lawson Was Never Just a Domestic Goddess

The British author and television star Nigella Lawson just marked the 20th anniversary of her breakout cookbook “How to Eat.” In the years that followed, she reached the highest echelon of fame.
Montreal Dispatch: Culture Shock for French in Quebec: ‘We Smoke Cigarettes, They Smoke Pot’

Montreal Dispatch: Culture Shock for French in Quebec: ‘We Smoke Cigarettes, They Smoke Pot’

Fred Schneider moved from France to the Montreal neighborhood of the Plateau. He performs self-mocking songs about the French “occupying” the area.