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Deaths Seized the Attention of Millions in 2018, Sometimes Surprisingly

Deaths Seized the Attention of Millions in 2018, Sometimes Surprisingly

Former President George Bush died on Nov. 30; his wife, Barbara, died on April 17.
California Today: California Today: Surviving Two Mass Shootings, and Then Deploying

California Today: California Today: Surviving Two Mass Shootings, and Then Deploying

Brendan Kelly, who survived both the Thousand Oaks and Las Vegas mass shootings, visited a memorial to victims at the Borderline Bar and Grill.
Decoding Robert Rauschenberg

Decoding Robert Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg's "The 1/4 Mile or 2 Furlong Piece," currently on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, includes street signs among its freestanding sculptures.
noted: Is ‘Vintage’ Clothing Over?

noted: Is ‘Vintage’ Clothing Over?

Kim Kardashian West wore vintage Versace to opening night of "The Cher Show." But can you tell from what era?
Iraq, Antarctica, Reid Hoffman: Your Thursday Briefing

Iraq, Antarctica, Reid Hoffman: Your Thursday Briefing

President Trump and the first lady, Melania Trump, visited U.S. troops in Iraq on Wednesday.
Athletes Don’t Own Their Tattoos. That’s a Problem for Video Game Developers.

Athletes Don’t Own Their Tattoos. That’s a Problem for Video Game Developers.

LeBron James has distinctive tattoos, which also appear on digital versions of himself in sports video games. Several of them are the subject of copyright lawsuits.
Chinese Official Tied to Billionaire Fugitive Is Sentenced to Life in Prison

Chinese Official Tied to Billionaire Fugitive Is Sentenced to Life in Prison

Ma Jian, a former top security official, in a courtroom in Dalian, China, on Thursday. He was convicted of taking $15.9 million in bribes, committing insider trading and using coercive business
Forget the Carbon Tax for Now

Forget the Carbon Tax for Now

A worker prepares to clean graffiti reading “Macron resignation” on the Arc de Triomphe the day after a French protest of plans to increase the taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel.
Disability: Hiring People With Disabilities Is Good Business

Disability: Hiring People With Disabilities Is Good Business

When it comes to employment, we have failed to live up to the promise of the Americans With Disabilities Act.

Stocks Rise as Wall St.’s Roller Coaster Stages Late-Day Rally

Volatility continued to shake financial markets in the United States, with share prices recovering in the afternoon after an early slide.
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Bogotá

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Bogotá

La Candelaria, a neighborhood in Bogotá, is known for its street art and historic buildings.
The Hunt: For the Love of a Dog and Duane Reade

The Hunt: For the Love of a Dog and Duane Reade

Mitch Leff and Mazel at home in their new Upper East Side apartment.
Q&A: Life on the Road With Susan Orlean

Q&A: Life on the Road With Susan Orlean

"There is a lot of stuff I do on planes that I don’t do anywhere else," says Susan Orlean, currently in the midst of a 35-city book tour for “The Library Book.” "I have never eaten a Biscoff cookie
Remember Bitcoin? Some Investors Might Want to Forget

Remember Bitcoin? Some Investors Might Want to Forget

For a few sweet months of 2018, all of Silicon Valley was wrapped up in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and a related technology called the blockchain. Not anymore.
Minnesota Town Defamed by German Reporter Is Ready to Forgive

Minnesota Town Defamed by German Reporter Is Ready to Forgive

Claas Relotius, a reporter writing for Der Spiegel, portrayed the town of Fergus Falls, Minn., as a backward, racist place whose residents blindly supported President Trump.