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El Espace: Valentina of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Is Back, Mi Amor!

El Espace: Valentina of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Is Back, Mi Amor!

Valentina of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” season 9 is returning to the fold, joining season 4 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars.”
Turning to a New Brexit Battle, Theresa May Faces E.U. Resistance

Turning to a New Brexit Battle, Theresa May Faces E.U. Resistance

From left: Donald Tusk, the European Council president; Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the Netherlands; and Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission. “At this point I can’t say whether

Fact Check of the Day: Trump’s Baseless Claim That Mexico Will Pay for the Wall Through the New Nafta

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement does not compel Mexico to pay for the wall, and little in it would divert funds from Mexico to the United States.
The Saudi Regime’s Other Victims

The Saudi Regime’s Other Victims

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman waits for the family photo during the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, last month.
Trump’s NOAA Nominee Won’t Get Senate Vote This Year

Trump’s NOAA Nominee Won’t Get Senate Vote This Year

Democrats have said that Barry Lee Myers, left, the chief executive of AccuWeather, has conflicts of interest.
Pelosi and Her No. 2 Go Back 50 Years. But They’re Not Quite Friends.

Pelosi and Her No. 2 Go Back 50 Years. But They’re Not Quite Friends.

Steny H. Hoyer, the House Democratic whip, has been in Congress for 37 years.
The Return of the ‘Bad Boys’ of Chinatown

The Return of the ‘Bad Boys’ of Chinatown

A recent reunion of the old gang at at Yee Li, a restaurant in Manhattan’s Chinatown.
Rookie Cataloged a Generation of Girlhood

Rookie Cataloged a Generation of Girlhood

A spread from “Rookie Yearbook Four,” one of the anthologies born of Tavi Gevinson’s digital magazine for teenage girls.
‘The Mule’ Review: Clint Eastwood’s Very Strange Drug Trip

‘The Mule’ Review: Clint Eastwood’s Very Strange Drug Trip

Clint Eastwood plays a solitary man who becomes a mule for the Sinaloa drug cartel in this film, which he directed.
Poetry: A Debut Poet Confronts the Sexual Violence of an Earlier Generation

Poetry: A Debut Poet Confronts the Sexual Violence of an Earlier Generation

A portrait of a former South Korean “comfort woman” held in Seoul on National Liberation Day.

Chinese Markets Were Early to the Trade War Meltdown. Now They’re Not So Worried.

Escalating trade tensions have dragged down stock markets on Wall Street and across much of the world in recent weeks. One place where they have held up? China.
Europe’s Central Bank Ends One of the Biggest Money-Printing Programs Ever

Europe’s Central Bank Ends One of the Biggest Money-Printing Programs Ever

Mario Draghi, the European Central Bank’s president, at a news conference on Thursday. The bank’s formal ending of its quantitative easing effort comes weeks before the euro turns 20.
On Washington: It Took Quite a Push, but McConnell Finally Allows Criminal Justice Vote

On Washington: It Took Quite a Push, but McConnell Finally Allows Criminal Justice Vote

Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, sought nearly every possible guarantee that the criminal justice measure would not blow up on him politically.

Editors’ Choice: 9 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

Maria Butina Pleads Guilty to Role in a Russian Effort to Influence Conservatives

The Russian national has agreed to cooperate with federal prosecutors about attempts to shift conservatives’ views to see Russia as a friend, not a foe.

Rites of Passage: I Cross My Legs. Does That Make Me Less of a Man?

As a gay kid growing up in the South, I worried that the gesture would telegraph my sexuality. The reality was I just wanted to shrink.
Senate Votes to End Aid for Yemen Fight Over Khashoggi Killing and Saudis’ War Aims

Senate Votes to End Aid for Yemen Fight Over Khashoggi Killing and Saudis’ War Aims

A home that was destroyed by an airstrike in Sana, Yemen. The nearly four-year conflict there has killed thousands of civilians and created famine in the country.