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On the Runway: Olympic Fashion: Winning or Not?

On the Runway: Olympic Fashion: Winning or Not?

Ralph Lauren designed Team USA’s uniform for the closing ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics.
In Raising Rates, Britain’s Central Bank Issues ‘Brexit’ Warning

In Raising Rates, Britain’s Central Bank Issues ‘Brexit’ Warning

Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, which is trying to strike a balance between moderate growth and rising prices.
Arrested Nurse Settles With Salt Lake City and University for $500,000

Arrested Nurse Settles With Salt Lake City and University for $500,000

The arrest of Alex Wubbels, a nurse at University of Utah Hospital, was captured on a police body camera in July. Ms. Wubbels reached a settlement with Salt Lake City and the university on Tuesday.
Aung San Suu Kyi Makes First Visit to Rohingya Area in Myanmar

Aung San Suu Kyi Makes First Visit to Rohingya Area in Myanmar

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, who leads Myanmar’s civilian government, arriving on Thursday in Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State. Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims have fled a campaign of violence
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump’s Trade War With Canada

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump’s Trade War With Canada

Logging in British Columbia. In the spring, the Trump administration imposed tariffs costing potentially hundreds of millions of dollars on Canadian softwood-lumber imports.
9 Weeks After Harvey, Houston Celebrates World Series Win

9 Weeks After Harvey, Houston Celebrates World Series Win

Waylon Doucett, surrounded by his friends, celebrated on Wednesday at his flood-damaged house in Houston, after the Astros won the World Series for the first time.
New York Today: New York Today: Terrorism Crisis Mode for a Principal. Again.

New York Today: New York Today: Terrorism Crisis Mode for a Principal. Again.

Veronic Najjar, 60, the principal of P.S. 89 in Lower Manhattan.
New York City, Brett Ratner, Houston Astros: Your Thursday Briefing

New York City, Brett Ratner, Houston Astros: Your Thursday Briefing

A memorial for the victims of the attack on Tuesday that killed eight people and injured 12 others in Lower Manhattan. President Trump said on Twitter that the suspect, Sayfullo Saipov, should be
The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: A Terrorism Suspect and a Visa Lottery

The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: A Terrorism Suspect and a Visa Lottery

Sayfullo Saipov’s image was displayed as Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Police Commissioner James O’Neill and other officials addressed reporters on in New York on Wednesday.
Op-Ed Contributor: Iraq Is Not Iran’s Puppet

Op-Ed Contributor: Iraq Is Not Iran’s Puppet

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran, right, meeting with Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi of Iraq, far left, in Tehran last month.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Trumpification of Ed Gillespie

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Trumpification of Ed Gillespie

Ed Gillespie, the Republican nominee in Virginia’s gubernatorial election, speaking at a campaign rally last month.
Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Mocks Trump for Wanting Tax Bill to Be ‘The Cut Cut Cut Act’

Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Mocks Trump for Wanting Tax Bill to Be ‘The Cut Cut Cut Act’

Seth Meyers said “The Cut Cut Cut Act” had one thing going for it: “It is a lot shorter than ‘The If I Cut Your Taxes, Will You Forget About My Treason Act.’”
Feature: How Facebook’s Oracular Algorithm Determines the Fates of Start-Ups

Feature: How Facebook’s Oracular Algorithm Determines the Fates of Start-Ups

A few examples of Hubble’s advertising strategy on Facebook. Some configurations, like the bottom one, worked better than others.
In Obscure Virginia Races, a Test of Anger at the President

In Obscure Virginia Races, a Test of Anger at the President

Voters heading to the polls next week in Virginia’s 100 races for the House of Delegates, shown above, represent the purest test of grass-roots anger at President Trump, election analysts said.
Trump Abandons Idea of Sending Terrorism Suspect to Guantánamo

Trump Abandons Idea of Sending Terrorism Suspect to Guantánamo

President Trump at a meeting at the White House on Tuesday.
Review: ‘Last Flag Flying’ Is a Starry, Somber and Comic War Movie

Review: ‘Last Flag Flying’ Is a Starry, Somber and Comic War Movie

From left: Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell and Laurence Fishburne in “Last Flag Flying,” directed by Richard Linklater.
Michelle Pfeiffer: ‘I’m Always Afraid of Failing’

Michelle Pfeiffer: ‘I’m Always Afraid of Failing’

Michelle Pfeiffer says she would play Catwoman in a stand-alone movie “in a heartbeat. I loved that part.”
Seeking a Voice, via a Bilingual M.F.A., in Writing and in Life

Seeking a Voice, via a Bilingual M.F.A., in Writing and in Life

Alessandra Narváez-Varela struggled to write in her native Spanish when she began in the bilingual M.F.A. program at the University of Texas at El Paso.