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‘A Game of Chicken’: U.S. and China Are Risking a Clash at Sea

‘A Game of Chicken’: U.S. and China Are Risking a Clash at Sea

The Decatur, an American destroyer, and a Chinese warship nearly collided in the South China Sea in September. The two navies have no conduct agreement to keep a conflict from escalating.
There Are Now Americans Who Have Lived Through Two Gun Massacres

There Are Now Americans Who Have Lived Through Two Gun Massacres

Flags flying at half-staff in Washington after the shooting in Calif.
What the Working Class Is Still Trying to Tell Us

What the Working Class Is Still Trying to Tell Us

Republican supporters waited to enter a rally in Indiana where President Trump was campaigning days before the midterm elections.
Trump Administration Uses Misleading Video to Justify Barring of CNN’s Jim Acosta

Trump Administration Uses Misleading Video to Justify Barring of CNN’s Jim Acosta

President Trump clashed on Wednesday with Jim Acosta, CNN’s chief White House correspondent, at a news conference. The White House used a misleading video to justify stripping Mr. Acosta of his press
Australia Fare: What Sydney Can Learn About Dining From Another Sunny City

Australia Fare: What Sydney Can Learn About Dining From Another Sunny City

Cascading philodendrons hang from the ceiling of Bavel, a new Middle Eastern restaurant in Los Angeles.
Matter: Crossing From Asia, the First Americans Rushed Into the Unknown

Matter: Crossing From Asia, the First Americans Rushed Into the Unknown

Excavation of a skeleton approximately 9,600 years old in a rock shelter in Brazil. New DNA analyses show the earliest known Americans split into distinct groups after they crossed a land bridge from
On Baseball: Bill James, No Stranger to Controversy, Believes His Current One Is ‘Unfortunate’

On Baseball: Bill James, No Stranger to Controversy, Believes His Current One Is ‘Unfortunate’

Bill James, the writer and researcher, caused a stir with comments he made about how easily baseball players could be replaced.
Lina Hidalgo, a 27-Year-Old Latina, Will Lead Harris County, Texas’ Biggest

Lina Hidalgo, a 27-Year-Old Latina, Will Lead Harris County, Texas’ Biggest

Lina Hidalgo, a Democrat, narrowly defeated the incumbent Republican, Ed Emmett, in the election for county judge in Harris County, Tex. “I’m not tied to the powers that be,” Ms. Hidalgo said. “People
Wish List in Hand, Mayor de Blasio Savors New Dynamic in Albany

Wish List in Hand, Mayor de Blasio Savors New Dynamic in Albany

Mayor Bill de Blasio, a second-term Democrat, wants the new Legislature to address, among other things: rent law reforms; financing for the city’s subways and buses; and election laws.
Reimagining Norman Rockwell’s America

Reimagining Norman Rockwell’s America

The actress and activist Rosario Dawson posed for a reimagining of Norman Rockwell’s “Freedom of Speech.” The work was created in 2018 by the artists Hank Willis Thomas and Emily Shur.
Thousand Oaks and Our Peculiarly American Affliction

Thousand Oaks and Our Peculiarly American Affliction

A man outside the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, Calif., where a gunman killed 12 other people Wednesday night.
Trump Claims New Power to Bar Asylum for Immigrants Who Arrive Illegally

Trump Claims New Power to Bar Asylum for Immigrants Who Arrive Illegally

President Trump became enraged by a caravan of several thousand migrants traveling through Central America during the final weeks of the midterm election campaign.
Duck Boat Captain in Missouri Is Indicted in 17 Deaths

Duck Boat Captain in Missouri Is Indicted in 17 Deaths

A duck boat that sank during a thunderstorm on July 19, killing 17 people, was retrieved on Table Rock Lake in Branson, Mo.
At Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court Welcome, a Tableau of Trump Legal Controversies

At Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court Welcome, a Tableau of Trump Legal Controversies

Outside the Supreme Court on Thursday. Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh skipped the traditional walk down the court’s steps “due to security concerns.”
Jeff Koons Is Found Guilty of Copying. Again.

Jeff Koons Is Found Guilty of Copying. Again.

“Fait d’hiver” (1988), a sculpture by Jeff Koons, at the Venice Biennale in 2011. Mr. Koons and others must pay nearly $170,000 to the creator of a 1985 ad campaign.
Critic’s Pick: Meet Warhol, Again, in This Brilliant Whitney Show

Critic’s Pick: Meet Warhol, Again, in This Brilliant Whitney Show

Andy Warhol’s “Flowers” series from 1964 has been set against “Cow Wallpaper [Pink on Yellow]” from 1966 in the retrospective of his work at the Whitney Museum.
‘Dreamers’ Win Round in Legal Battle to Keep DACA

‘Dreamers’ Win Round in Legal Battle to Keep DACA

Supporters of DACA recipients protested the Trump administration’s rollback of the program.
A College Started a Tackle Football Team. For Little Guys.

A College Started a Tackle Football Team. For Little Guys.

The St. Thomas Aquinas College football team includes players from Texas, Florida, North Carolina, Rhode Island and New York.