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Colum McCann’s New Novel Makes a Good-Intentioned Collage Out of Real Tragedy

Colum McCann’s New Novel Makes a Good-Intentioned Collage Out of Real Tragedy

“Apeirogon,” composed of 1,001 fragments, was inspired by the uplifting true story of two fathers in the Middle East united by grief.
‘Hi Haters’: Why New Jersey’s Twitter Account Is Like No Other

‘Hi Haters’: Why New Jersey’s Twitter Account Is Like No Other

With brassy quips and state-centric memes, @NJGov is trying to burnish New Jersey’s much-maligned reputation.
China Expels 3 Wall Street Journal Reporters as Media Relations Sour

China Expels 3 Wall Street Journal Reporters as Media Relations Sour

Beijing said it revoked their credentials over a headline the newspaper published in its opinion pages.
Massachusetts Lawmaker Used Campaign Funds to Support Gambling Habit, Officials Say

Massachusetts Lawmaker Used Campaign Funds to Support Gambling Habit, Officials Say

State Representative David M. Nangle, a Democrat, was arrested on 28 counts that included charges of wire and bank fraud, as well as lying to the I.R.S.
A Hometown Exhibition Will Showcase August Wilson’s Process

A Hometown Exhibition Will Showcase August Wilson’s Process

The show will open in the late fall at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center in downtown Pittsburgh.
‘Good Times’ Actress Ja’Net DuBois Dies

‘Good Times’ Actress Ja’Net DuBois Dies

Ms. DuBois played Willona Woods on the 1970s TV show, and composed and wrote the theme song to “The Jeffersons.”
Coronavirus Live Updates: Japan Reports 2 Deaths Among Cruise Ship Passengers

Coronavirus Live Updates: Japan Reports 2 Deaths Among Cruise Ship Passengers

The virus continues to spread in China, though more slowly. New cases in countries like Japan and Iran have experts concerned about getting it under control quickly.
What if Trump Wins? Europeans Fear a More Permanent Shift Against Them

What if Trump Wins? Europeans Fear a More Permanent Shift Against Them

Many sense the potential for a real parting of ways should the American president get a second term.

Australian Police Treating Car Fire That Killed 3 Children as Crime Scene

Residents in Brisbane reportedly tried to extinguish the fire, which also killed one man and hospitalized a woman who were in the vehicle.
As Canada’s Frustrations Grow Over Rail Blockade, Trudeau Gets Heckled

As Canada’s Frustrations Grow Over Rail Blockade, Trudeau Gets Heckled

Canada’s prime minister rejected calls to use force against Indigenous protesters opposed to a pipeline. An opposition leader asked: “Will our country be one of rule of law or one of rule of mob?”
Breaking the Curse of the It Bag

Breaking the Curse of the It Bag

Not to mention four fashion awards. Daniel Lee, the Bottega Veneta designer, has a lot to prove.
You’ve Seen the Ads, Now See the Candidate

You’ve Seen the Ads, Now See the Candidate

After spending over $400 million promoting himself, Michael Bloomberg faces the scrutiny of a debate for the first time.
Zoe Caldwell, Winner of Four Tony Awards, Is Dead at 86

Zoe Caldwell, Winner of Four Tony Awards, Is Dead at 86

Her signature performances included the title role in “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie” and Maria Callas in “Master Class.”
Fact-Checking Pete Buttigieg Before the Nevada Caucuses

Fact-Checking Pete Buttigieg Before the Nevada Caucuses

The former mayor of South Bend, Ind., has cherry-picked his record on minority poverty and arrests, overstated his consistency on health policy and used a questionable rationale to attack a rival.
Iowa Democrats Complete Recanvass, but No Delegates Are Shifted

Iowa Democrats Complete Recanvass, but No Delegates Are Shifted

Bernie Sanders’s campaign said it would request the more intensive step of a recount after the state party announced that it had changed results in 29 precincts but that no national delegates would be
In Europe, Fear Spreads Faster Than the Coronavirus Itself

In Europe, Fear Spreads Faster Than the Coronavirus Itself

About 40 cases have been confirmed in Europe, but people and places associated with the illness face stigmatization.
Southern Baptist Convention Removes Church With Registered Sex Offender Pastor

Southern Baptist Convention Removes Church With Registered Sex Offender Pastor

The largest Protestant denomination in the country expelled a small church in Texas.
Pardon Closes the Book on Milken’s Case but Can’t Rewrite It

Pardon Closes the Book on Milken’s Case but Can’t Rewrite It

An alternative narrative portrays Michael Milken, a symbol of 1980s greed, as a maverick crushed by the establishment. Even money won’t make that a reality.
Coronavirus Epidemic Keeps Growing, but Spread in China Slows

Coronavirus Epidemic Keeps Growing, but Spread in China Slows

The World Health Organization said China’s drastic limits on people’s movement had helped, but experts cautioned against predicting that the worst was over.
Aaron Judge and LeBron James Join Chorus of Astros Condemnation

Aaron Judge and LeBron James Join Chorus of Astros Condemnation

Echoing fellow stars like Cody Bellinger and Mike Trout, the Yankees’ cornerstone player didn’t hold back on the Astros’ cheating-stained title: “You didn’t earn it.”