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Man Killed by Police at Alabama Mall Was a ‘Good Guy With a Gun,’ Family’s Lawyer Says

Man Killed by Police at Alabama Mall Was a ‘Good Guy With a Gun,’ Family’s Lawyer Says

Protesters marched on Saturday outside the Riverchase Galleria mall in Hoover, Ala., to demand justice for Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr., who was killed by the police.
Margaret Thatcher, Ice Cream Pioneer, Is Nominated as Face of £50 Note

Margaret Thatcher, Ice Cream Pioneer, Is Nominated as Face of £50 Note

Margaret Thatcher in 1987. She studied chemistry at Oxford and worked for a food company before beginning her political career.
Reuters Photojournalist Talks About Photo of Children Fleeing Tear Gas at Border in Mexico

Reuters Photojournalist Talks About Photo of Children Fleeing Tear Gas at Border in Mexico

Migrants running from tear gas near the U.S.-Mexico border on Sunday after a march in Tijuana, Mexico, veered out of control.
Ronald K. Brown Choreographs a Love Letter to Alvin Ailey

Ronald K. Brown Choreographs a Love Letter to Alvin Ailey

The choreographer Ronald K. Brown’s new dance, “The Call,” pays tribute to Alvin Ailey — seen here in a portrait — the man who brought Mr. Brown to dance.
A New Destination for Chinese Food: Not Flushing, but Forest Hills

A New Destination for Chinese Food: Not Flushing, but Forest Hills

At the Bund, in Forest Hills, Queens, the chef Yan Jun specializes in classic and modern versions of Shanghainese and Sichuan dishes, including a fried pork hock (center) and (clockwise from top left)
Betsy DeVos’s New Harassment Rules Protect Schools, Not Students

Betsy DeVos’s New Harassment Rules Protect Schools, Not Students

Yale and other universities spent tens of thousands of dollars lobbying the Trump Education Department for friendlier Title IX regulation.
Return of African Artifacts Sets a Tricky Precedent for Europe’s Museums

Return of African Artifacts Sets a Tricky Precedent for Europe’s Museums

Three large royal statues of the Kingdom of Dahomey on display at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris. President Emmanuel Macron of France announced on Friday that 26 items taken by force from the kingdom
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Will Taiwan Be the First Domino to Fall to China?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Will Taiwan Be the First Domino to Fall to China?

Supporters of the opposition party Kuomintang in Taipei, Taiwan, on Sunday. The ruling Democratic Progressive Party suffered a setback in local elections on Saturday.
Profile: An Artist Who Explores Emotional Pain Inspires a Novel That Does the Same

Profile: An Artist Who Explores Emotional Pain Inspires a Novel That Does the Same

Heather Rose’s novel, “The Museum of Modern Love,” is a part-fact, part-fiction tale of art, love, grief and convergence.
Condé Nast, Its Luster Dimmed by Losses, Is Looking for a New Chief

Condé Nast, Its Luster Dimmed by Losses, Is Looking for a New Chief

Robert A. Sauerberg Jr. will continue as Condé Nast’s chief executive until a successor is named, the company said.
Roz Chast in Full View (Body Scan Included)

Roz Chast in Full View (Body Scan Included)

Roz Chast with “The M.R.I. of Love,” a work included in the exhibition “The Masters Series: Roz Chast” at the SVA Chelsea Gallery.
Trump Lobs Insults at Special Counsel One Day After Prosecutors Say Manafort Lied

Trump Lobs Insults at Special Counsel One Day After Prosecutors Say Manafort Lied

President Trump derided the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, as a “conflicted prosecutor” supported by a “gang of Angry Dems” on Twitter on Tuesday.
3 U.S. Soldiers Died in Afghanistan: Why This Fight Drags On

3 U.S. Soldiers Died in Afghanistan: Why This Fight Drags On

American troops receiving the remains of Army Ranger Sgt. Leandro A.S. Jasso on November 27, 2018 in Dover, Delaware.
Jack Ma, China’s Richest Man, Belongs to the Communist Party. Of Course.

Jack Ma, China’s Richest Man, Belongs to the Communist Party. Of Course.

Jack Ma, China’s richest man and co-founder of the e-commerce giant Alibaba, in Shanghai this month. He was identified as a member of the Chinese Communist Party by its official newspaper.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: Why Subway Fare Hearings Matter, Shouting and All

New York Today: N.Y. Today: Why Subway Fare Hearings Matter, Shouting and All

Andy Byford, head of the New York City Transit Authority, will attend an M.T.A. hearing on rate increases.
Donald Trump, General Motors, Mississippi: Your Tuesday Briefing

Donald Trump, General Motors, Mississippi: Your Tuesday Briefing

Jerry Dias, the national president of the union that represents General Motors workers, speaking in Oshawa, Ontario, on Monday. G.M. said its plant there would halt production next year.
Fixes: A Call to Modernize American Philanthropy

Fixes: A Call to Modernize American Philanthropy

"We can’t undo colonization, but to acknowledge it is a major step," says Edgar Villanueva, author of the book “Decolonizing Wealth: Indigenous Wisdom to Heal Divides and Restore Balance.”
Can Democrats Drain Trump’s Gilded Swamp?

Can Democrats Drain Trump’s Gilded Swamp?

On Thanksgiving, President Trump spoke to members of the military from Mar-a-Lago in Florida.