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Huawei Executive Took Part in Sanctions Fraud, Prosecutors Say

Huawei Executive Took Part in Sanctions Fraud, Prosecutors Say

Journalists outside the courthouse in Vancouver, British Columbia, where Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei, appeared for a bail hearing on Friday.
Dana Carvey Remembers George Bush, From Muse to Friend

Dana Carvey Remembers George Bush, From Muse to Friend

Dana Carvey brought his impersonation of President George H.W. Bush from “Saturday Night Live” to the White House in December 1992. The two remained friends.
Mattis Erupts Over Niger Inquiry and Army Revisits Who Is to Blame

Mattis Erupts Over Niger Inquiry and Army Revisits Who Is to Blame

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was livid over decisions taken following an investigation into a 2017 ambush in Niger that killed four Americans on a Green Beret team.
The Carpetbagger: Kevin Hart and the Academy: 2018 Gets the Messy Oscars It Deserves

The Carpetbagger: Kevin Hart and the Academy: 2018 Gets the Messy Oscars It Deserves

Kevin Hart was announced as host on Tuesday; he was gone by the end of the week, a swift takeback that echoed the academy’s announcement and rescinding of a new Oscar for popular movie.

Trump Says Tillerson Is ‘Dumb as a Rock’ After Former Secretary of State Criticizes Him

After Mr. Tillerson said that President Trump regularly pressed for action that would violate the law, the president fired back on Twitter.

Stocks Fall Back Into Negative Territory for 2018 as Economic Uncertainty Grips Investors

Major stock indexes dropped again Friday, in Wall Street’s third decline this week. Investors remained gripped by uncertainty about how much the American economy could slow next year.
Six Michigan Doctors Charged in $464 Million Insurance and Opioid Scheme

Six Michigan Doctors Charged in $464 Million Insurance and Opioid Scheme

Six Michigan doctors have been charged with unnecessarily prescribing opioids to patients and seeking to defraud insurance companies.
After Dispute, ‘Mockingbird’ Blends Novel’s Spirit and Sorkin’s Voice Onstage

After Dispute, ‘Mockingbird’ Blends Novel’s Spirit and Sorkin’s Voice Onstage

LaTanya Richardson as Calpurnia and Jeff Daniels as Atticus Finch in the stage adaptation of “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
Europe and U.S. Agree on Chinese Threat, but Are Too Busy Feuding to Fight It

Europe and U.S. Agree on Chinese Threat, but Are Too Busy Feuding to Fight It

Dieter Zetsche, the chief executive of Daimler, after meeting with President Trump at the White House on Tuesday. Representatives of Daimler, along with BMW and Volkswagen, described plans to expand

Reporter’s Notebook: Anna Netrebko May Be Extra, but That’s Why We Love Her

The Russian opera diva, who makes her Carnegie Hall solo recital debut on Sunday, goes above and beyond, both onstage and on Instagram.
The Carpetbagger: Lucas Hedges and His Father Never Meant to Make a Movie Together

The Carpetbagger: Lucas Hedges and His Father Never Meant to Make a Movie Together

Peter, left, and Lucas Hedges outside the family home in Brooklyn. Being in his dad’s film was difficult at first for Lucas: “I was only ready to listen to him direct if he said what I wanted him to
City Kitchen: The Duck That Came In From the Cold

City Kitchen: The Duck That Came In From the Cold

Roast steamed duck legs to crisp their skin, then brush them with a sweet-and-salty sesame glaze.
Trump Hints He Has Picked His Next Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman

Trump Hints He Has Picked His Next Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman

Gen. Mark A. Milley, the Army chief of staff, testified before Congress in April.
National Guard Investigating if Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Was Properly Trained and Equipped

National Guard Investigating if Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Was Properly Trained and Equipped

The remains of Specialist James A. Slape, who was killed in a bombing in Afghanistan, at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware.
‘I’m Petitioning … for the Return of My Life’

‘I’m Petitioning … for the Return of My Life’

For Ms. Funke, every item in her apartment has a purpose or a story. But when the building called it hoarding, it started her on the road to guardianship. Now she can’t get out.
Trilobites: The Genes That Make Parrots Into the Humans of the Bird World

Trilobites: The Genes That Make Parrots Into the Humans of the Bird World

The blue-fronted parrot can live up to 66 years, and they and some other long-lived birds share changes in a set of hundreds of genes that seem to influence life span.