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Wait —: Wait — Beyoncé Is Not Actually a Vegan

Have fun with your plant challenge, but the Carters eat meat.
XPO Logistics Will Close Warehouse Where Some Pregnant Workers Miscarried

XPO Logistics Will Close Warehouse Where Some Pregnant Workers Miscarried

XPO Logistics said its decision to close the warehouse in Memphis was tied to a move by Verizon, for which it ships products, to stop using the facility.

JPMorgan Chase Introduces Own Cryptocurrency, a First for a Big U.S. Bank

The firm’s new digital token, JPM Coin, is another step in Wall Street’s evolving approach to using blockchain, the technology behind digital currencies.
President Trump, India, China: Your Friday Briefing

President Trump, India, China: Your Friday Briefing

President Trump might use unconventional methods to build a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico.
A Border Crash and the Blurry Line Between the U.S. and Mexico

A Border Crash and the Blurry Line Between the U.S. and Mexico

The port of entry into the United States, in Nogales, Mexico.
El Espace: Do We Need Another ‘Ugly’ Betty?

El Espace: Do We Need Another ‘Ugly’ Betty?

From left, Ana María Orozco, America Ferrera and Elyfer Torres as Betty.
Trump Is Making ‘Socialism’ Sound Pretty Good

Trump Is Making ‘Socialism’ Sound Pretty Good

Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez spoke at a rally for a congressional candidate in July. Both of them promote policies attacked as "socialist" by conservatives.
Senate Confirms William Barr as Attorney General

Senate Confirms William Barr as Attorney General

William P. Barr, who was confirmed as attorney general largely along party lines on Thursday, takes the reins of the Justice Department for a second time.
Felipe González: We Must Not Fail the Venezuelan People

Felipe González: We Must Not Fail the Venezuelan People

Venezuelans marched against President Nicolás Maduro in Caracas this month.
Jason Van Dyke, Ex-Officer Who Killed Teenager, Is Beaten by Inmates, Lawyers Say

Jason Van Dyke, Ex-Officer Who Killed Teenager, Is Beaten by Inmates, Lawyers Say

Jason Van Dyke during his sentencing hearing in Chicago in January. He was beaten shortly after arriving at federal prison, according to his lawyers.
In Mattis’s Shadow, Acting Pentagon Chief Tries to Reassure NATO Allies

In Mattis’s Shadow, Acting Pentagon Chief Tries to Reassure NATO Allies

The acting defense secretary, Patrick Shanahan, center, told reporters that he didn’t see a divergence between his commitment to NATO and the views of President Trump.
Trump’s Syria Withdrawal Order Forces Allies to Weigh Return of ISIS Detainees

Trump’s Syria Withdrawal Order Forces Allies to Weigh Return of ISIS Detainees

Men suspected to be linked to the Islamic State were arrested last month by Syrian Democratic Forces in southeastern Syria.
Amazon’s Retreat on New York City Headquarters Followed Unexpected Backlash

Amazon’s Retreat on New York City Headquarters Followed Unexpected Backlash

Anti-Amazon protesters before a New York City Council hearing in January. The deal to build a sprawling Amazon campus in Queens had also run into opposition from some local lawmakers.

Parkland’s Day of Remembrance: Moments of Silence, Reflection and Grief

On a day nobody wanted to remember — or forget — Parkland students were observing a day of mourning for the 17 lives lost a year ago.
Mike Pence Lashes European Allies for Their Stance on Iran

Mike Pence Lashes European Allies for Their Stance on Iran

Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, with the Polish and Israeli leaders at the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes in Warsaw on Thursday. Mr. Pence forcefully reiterated the Trump
What Will Win Best Picture? 20 Oscar Voters Spill Their Secrets

What Will Win Best Picture? 20 Oscar Voters Spill Their Secrets

Numerous voters expressed admiration for “Black Panther,” starring Chadwick Boseman, foreground left, and Michael B. Jordan, though its association with Disney could be a complicating factor.