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In Rebuke of Trump Policy, Judge Criticizes Asylum Seeker’s Detention

In Rebuke of Trump Policy, Judge Criticizes Asylum Seeker’s Detention

Alvin K. Hellerstein, a federal judge in Manhattan, ruled on Thursday that Adou Kouadio, an asylum seeker from the Ivory Coast, could not be held without due process.
How Bangladesh Made Abortion Safer

How Bangladesh Made Abortion Safer

This woman in a refugee camp in Bangladesh is among those raped and impregnated by soldiers. After she gave birth to a son, her husband blamed her for the rape and abandoned her.

Stocks Wobble as a Bumpy Week on Wall St. Comes to a Close

A muted session on Friday contrasted sharply with trading during the rest of the holiday week, when stocks rose or fell sharply — sometimes doing both the same day.
Shutdown, New York Sky, ‘Bandersnatch’: Your Friday Briefing

Shutdown, New York Sky, ‘Bandersnatch’: Your Friday Briefing

Sunrise at the U.S. Capitol on Thursday. Parts of the federal government remain dark.
Ask Well: What Foods Are Banned in Europe but Not Banned in the U.S.?

Ask Well: What Foods Are Banned in Europe but Not Banned in the U.S.?

Some foods, like those found in this grocery store in Nice, France, don't contain food additives that would otherwise be allowed in foods in the United States.
‘I Feel Invisible’: Native Students Languish in Public Schools

‘I Feel Invisible’: Native Students Languish in Public Schools

Andrew Youpee, 16, practiced basketball behind Wolf Point High School.
A Second Chance for Prisoners, and Their Warden

A Second Chance for Prisoners, and Their Warden

Wallace Archdale, 23, in a segregation unit at the Fort Peck Indian Reservation adult correctional facility in Poplar, Mont.
Sears Is Dying, but Workers’ Loyalty Lives On

Sears Is Dying, but Workers’ Loyalty Lives On

Mattie Hughey and Pat Noble, who both worked in the catalog warehouse at Sears, attended a recent luncheon meeting of the Atlanta alumni group.
Tesla Scrambles to Sell Cars Before a Tax Break Fades

Tesla Scrambles to Sell Cars Before a Tax Break Fades

Demand for Tesla’s electric cars could weaken starting Tuesday, when its customers will become eligible for only half a $7,500 federal tax credit.
Heads Up: Is Munich Getting Cool? Look for the Boat on the Bridge

Heads Up: Is Munich Getting Cool? Look for the Boat on the Bridge

The Alte Utting, a decommissioned boat perched on a bridge in Munich, has attracted crowds and helped invigorate the Bavarian city's night life scene.
A Young Singer Takes the Opera World by Storm

A Young Singer Takes the Opera World by Storm

The mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili rehearsing a new production of Cilea’s “Adriana Lecouvreur” at the Metropolitan Opera.
Sir Shadow, Maestro of the Last of the Bowery Flophouses

Sir Shadow, Maestro of the Last of the Bowery Flophouses

Sir Shadow, the prolific artist of the Whitehouse Hotel, is one of six men remaining in the derelict building on the Bowery.
The South Asian Artists Making Their Mark on the Western Scene

The South Asian Artists Making Their Mark on the Western Scene

Visitors this past spring looking at “We Come in Peace,” an installation by the artist Huma Bhabha for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s roof garden. The installation’s title derives from the 1951
Sunday Routine: How Deepak Chopra, Wellness Expert, Spends His Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Deepak Chopra, Wellness Expert, Spends His Sundays

“Right now I’m using a purple mat someone gave me. It has my name on it. People keep giving me mats. I have six or seven of them.”
Manhattan Real Estate Slows After Years of Record Activity

Manhattan Real Estate Slows After Years of Record Activity

New York Yankees pitcher Aroldis Chapman and the actor Bruce Willis each bought a four-bedroom apartment at One West End Avenue, on the Upper West Side, for more than $7 million.
Afghanistan Dispatch: Along a Road of Sorrow, a Toddler Lost Her Name, Her Family and Her Life

Afghanistan Dispatch: Along a Road of Sorrow, a Toddler Lost Her Name, Her Family and Her Life

Mullah Jan, a distant relative of the toddler, holding her body wrapped in a white shroud while waiting outside the hospital where she died.
Critic’s Notebook: Hail, Dance, and Farewell to the Critic’s Life

Critic’s Notebook: Hail, Dance, and Farewell to the Critic’s Life

A 2010 performance of Merce Cunningham’s forward-looking “Xover” (2007) with, from left, Melissa Toogood, Silas Riener and Dylan Crossman.