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‘The Favourite’ Shines on a Quiet Box-Office Weekend

‘The Favourite’ Shines on a Quiet Box-Office Weekend

Initial ticket sales for “The Favourite,” starring Rachel Weisz, left, and Olivia Colman, have been on par with those for the indie hit “Lady Bird.”
Found: Lovebirds Who Lost Engagement Ring Down a Times Square Grate

Found: Lovebirds Who Lost Engagement Ring Down a Times Square Grate

Police officers retrieved the ring from under a sidewalk grate on Saturday, but the couple had already returned home to England.
College Football Playoff: Alabama vs. Oklahoma; Clemson vs. Notre Dame

College Football Playoff: Alabama vs. Oklahoma; Clemson vs. Notre Dame

Oklahoma, led by Kyler Murray, grabbed the fourth spot in the College Football Playoff.
Macron Returns to Turmoil, as France Weighs State of Emergency

Macron Returns to Turmoil, as France Weighs State of Emergency

Workers cleaning graffiti off the Arc de Triomphe. Much of it appeared to target Mr. Macron.
The Patrician President and the Reporterette: A Screwball Story

The Patrician President and the Reporterette: A Screwball Story

George H.W. Bush celebrating his 85th birthday in a tandem jump with the Army’s Golden Knight parachute team in Kennebunkport, Me. He repeated the feat on his 90th birthday.
Israeli Police Urge Bribery and Fraud Charges Against Netanyahu. Again.

Israeli Police Urge Bribery and Fraud Charges Against Netanyahu. Again.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, center, in Jerusalem last week, has denied the accusations of bribery.
Grace Notes: Einstein’s ‘God Letter,’ a Viral Missive From 1954

Grace Notes: Einstein’s ‘God Letter,’ a Viral Missive From 1954

Peter Klarnet, a senior specialist in manuscripts at Christie’s, with a letter Einstein wrote criticizing religion that will be auctioned on Tuesday.
The Race to Dam the Himalayas

The Race to Dam the Himalayas

Fresh snow covered the Thajiwas Glacier in June in Kashmir, India.
Killings of Journalists Show the Bloody Fingerprints of Organized Crime

Killings of Journalists Show the Bloody Fingerprints of Organized Crime

Friends and family members carrying the coffin of Héctor González Antonio, a journalist who was killed in Mexico in May.
What to Cook: What to Cook This Week

What to Cook: What to Cook This Week

Rice porridge with squash and brown butter.
Why Are Taxi Drivers in New York Killing Themselves?

Why Are Taxi Drivers in New York Killing Themselves?

Lal Singh, a taxi medallion owner, at a vigil at Flushing Meadows Corona Park for Roy Kim, a fellow medallion owner who committed suicide last month.
Bush Found ‘Kindred Spirits’ at Texas A&M, His Final Resting Place

Bush Found ‘Kindred Spirits’ at Texas A&M, His Final Resting Place

Meg Overstake and her son Rowan, 6, at the rotunda of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in College Station, Tex., a day after Mr. Bush died.
China Dispatch: Epic Battles, Palaces and Concubines: A Chinese Studio’s Vast World of Fantasy

China Dispatch: Epic Battles, Palaces and Concubines: A Chinese Studio’s Vast World of Fantasy

Making a movie in China’s Hengdian World Studios, which claims to be the world’s largest outdoor movie and television lot.
Betting on a new way to make concrete that doesn’t pollute

Betting on a new way to make concrete that doesn’t pollute

Concrete blocks made by Solidia Technologies in Leighton Buzzard, England, which aims to tweak the formula for making cement to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

‘S.N.L.’ Has Alec Baldwin and Ben Stiller Play Trump and Michael Cohen

The show also paid tribute to George Bush, who had been a fan of Dana Carvey’s well-honed impression of him.
He’s Built an Empire, With Detained Migrant Children as the Bricks

He’s Built an Empire, With Detained Migrant Children as the Bricks

The Austin, Tex., headquarters of Southwest Key Programs, which houses more detained migrant children than any other organization in the United States.