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Hungry City: At Berber Street Food, Housemade Harissa and Vivid Traditions

Hungry City: At Berber Street Food, Housemade Harissa and Vivid Traditions

A platter of street-food bites from North and West Africa, including suya brochettes, lamb kofta, fataya (Senegalese empanadas) and accara.

Critic’s Pick: An Art of Faith, Facts and Miracles

The votive objects at Bard Graduate Center constitute an art form all their own — tokens that say “please” and “thank you.”

Critic’s Notebook: Paul Rudolph at 100: The Mischief Maker in a New Light

He was one of the most acclaimed — and confounding — architects of the 1960s; then his reputation tanked. But Rudolph’s concrete and Plexiglas buildings are winning new love.
Hakuna Matata™? Can Disney Actually Trademark That?

Hakuna Matata™? Can Disney Actually Trademark That?

A “Lion King” float at Disneyland Paris. “Hakuna Matata” is a common expression in Swahili, and it became popular in the West after the original version of “The Lion King” was released in 1994.
Federal Officials Accuse N.Y. County of Blocking Investigation into Limo Crash That Killed 20

Federal Officials Accuse N.Y. County of Blocking Investigation into Limo Crash That Killed 20

The New York State Police at the site of a limousine crash that killed 20 people in October.
What to Expect When Expecting a Government Shutdown

What to Expect When Expecting a Government Shutdown

A Capitol Police officer near the Senate floor. The White House signaled that President Trump may back down on his demand for funding from Congress for a wall at the southern border.
Critic’s Pick: ‘Cold War’ Review: Love Without Borders

Critic’s Pick: ‘Cold War’ Review: Love Without Borders

Joanna Kulig and Tomasz Kot in Pawel Pawlikowski’s love-among-the-ruins romance.
Democrats Plan a Dozen Primary Debates for 2020 Candidates

Democrats Plan a Dozen Primary Debates for 2020 Candidates

Party officials anticipate a rush of candidates eager to grab a spot in the nationally televised forums.

U.S. Accuses Chinese Nationals of Infiltrating Corporate and Government Technology

The move comes as the Justice Department announced criminal charges against hackers it said were linked to China’s security services.
Demanding Wall Funding, Trump Balks at Bill to Avert Shutdown

Demanding Wall Funding, Trump Balks at Bill to Avert Shutdown

Mr. Trump wants $5 billion to build a wall on the southwestern border.

Rites of Passage: Drunks, in Love

I wasn’t one of those alcoholics who paired up with caregivers. I couldn’t think of anything worse than codependency — I was more about co-debauchery.
U.S. Will Send Migrants Back to Mexico as They Wait on Asylum Claims

U.S. Will Send Migrants Back to Mexico as They Wait on Asylum Claims

A migrant family being taken by a Mexican migration official, right, to a crossing into the United States from Tijuana last month.
‘Welcome to Marwen’ Review: Playing With Toys and Putting Away Childish Things

‘Welcome to Marwen’ Review: Playing With Toys and Putting Away Childish Things

Steve Carell stars in “Welcome to Marwen,” the latest film from Robert Zemeckis.

Gatwick Airport Closes After Drone Is Spotted

Gatwick Airport shut down after a drone appeared in what authorities are calling “a deliberate act” to disrupt air travel.
Democrats Are Lining Up to Run for President. Can They Avoid Debate Chaos?

Democrats Are Lining Up to Run for President. Can They Avoid Debate Chaos?

Tom Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, will set the rules for the televised 2020 presidential campaign debates.
A Memo and a Recusal Decision Underscore Potential Threats to the Mueller Inquiry

A Memo and a Recusal Decision Underscore Potential Threats to the Mueller Inquiry

The inquiry by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, appears to be drawing closer to the White House and the president’s most trusted associates.
The ‘Godfather of Animated Cinema’ Makes More Than Just Movies

The ‘Godfather of Animated Cinema’ Makes More Than Just Movies

Jan Svankmajer in Amsterdam this month. An exhibition at the Eye Filmmuseum showcases the Czech artist’s varied output over a career lasting more than 50 years.
Review: A Watered-Down ‘Watership Down’ on Netflix

Review: A Watered-Down ‘Watership Down’ on Netflix

“Watership Down,” debuting Sunday on Netflix, is a new four-part adaptation of the beloved Richard Adams novel.
Judge Rejects Harvey Weinstein’s Request to Dismiss Sexual Assault Case

Judge Rejects Harvey Weinstein’s Request to Dismiss Sexual Assault Case

Harvey Weinstein arriving in State Supreme Court in Manhattan on Thursday.