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Philippine Police Kill Ex-Mayor Accused of Drug Crimes by Duterte

Talib Abo, who had a long history of conflict with President Rodrigo Duterte, and his brother were killed in separate police raids early Friday, the authorities said.
The Choreographed Cacophony of ‘Ferryman’

The Choreographed Cacophony of ‘Ferryman’

"The Ferryman" employs both a live goose and rabbit for the show, keeping the animal handler Rochelle Scudder, left, very busy.

Mountain for Rent: $4,500 a Day

Plattekill, tucked between bigger and wealthier Catskills ski resorts, has come up with a new business plan that just might save it.
On Washington: As Shutdown Persists, New Congress Opens With Celebration and Uncertainty

On Washington: As Shutdown Persists, New Congress Opens With Celebration and Uncertainty

A Capitol maintenance worker before the 116th Congress was sworn in on Thursday, the 13th day of the government shutdown.
5 Places: Five Places to Visit in Beverly Hills

5 Places: Five Places to Visit in Beverly Hills

Wally's Beverly Hills is a bistro with a comprehensive wine list. It's also a favorite neighborhood spot for Cash Black, head bartender at £10, a Scotch bar three blocks away.
U.S. to Investigate Discrimination Against Native Students on Montana Reservation

U.S. to Investigate Discrimination Against Native Students on Montana Reservation

Ruth Fourstar, a student at Wolf Point High School, whose grandmother made a complaint to the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights.
Common Sense: This Expert Called the Market Plunge. Here’s What He Sees in 2019.

Common Sense: This Expert Called the Market Plunge. Here’s What He Sees in 2019.

The New York Stock Exchange last month, the worst December for stocks since 1931. James Stack, president of InvestTech Research, is anticipating a bear market.
Sunday Routine: How Thomas Page McBee, Questioner of Masculinity, Spends His Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Thomas Page McBee, Questioner of Masculinity, Spends His Sundays

Thomas Page McBee,with Jessica Bloom, his wife, and one of their dogs, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
It’s New York’s Hottest Contest: The Race for Public Advocate (Really)

It’s New York’s Hottest Contest: The Race for Public Advocate (Really)

Jumaane D. Williams, a city councilman who last year ran for lieutenant governor, is among the nearly two dozen candidates running for public advocate.

Children’s Books: Board Books That Let Toddlers Join the Action

Shake them, pull on them, hug them, carry them to bed. These board books invite little readers right into the story.
Veterans Groups Compete With Each Other, and Struggle With the V.A.

Veterans Groups Compete With Each Other, and Struggle With the V.A.

Dawn Marie LeBlond, left, and Jay Bishop at a meetup hosted by Team Red, White and Blue, an upstart veterans group, this month in Alexandria, Va.
A Choreographer Gives In to His Ambition of Recklessness

A Choreographer Gives In to His Ambition of Recklessness

Miguel Gutierrez said he wants to examine “the perception that artists of color are always doing content work and white artists are only doing form and line.”
Long Before Alabama, the South Had Sewanee

Long Before Alabama, the South Had Sewanee

The 1899 Sewanee Tigers football team included Wild Bill Claiborne, top row, second from left; and Luke Lea, the equivalent of today's athletic director, top row, in hat.