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Renters: Roosevelt Island for the Win

Renters: Roosevelt Island for the Win

The Starace family share a two-bedroom on Roosevelt Island that was originally a Mitchell-Lama rental and that they now own. (From left to right) James, Eliana, James, Tanya and Luca Starace.
Sidebar: Texas’ One-Stop Shopping for Judge in Health Care Case

Sidebar: Texas’ One-Stop Shopping for Judge in Health Care Case

Lawyers for Texas and 19 other states challenging the Affordable Care Act were essentially able to pick the judge hearing their case.
T’s Best of 2018: 13 Stories That Helped Us See Art Differently

T’s Best of 2018: 13 Stories That Helped Us See Art Differently

A person’s — and people’s — worth has always been a through line in Carrie Mae Weems’s work.
How Rampant Is Fare Evasion? At Times Square, One Rider a Minute Sneaks In

How Rampant Is Fare Evasion? At Times Square, One Rider a Minute Sneaks In

About 208,000 people take the New York City subway each day without paying, transit officials said.

Lens: Dawoud Bey: 40 Years of Photos Affirming the ‘Lives of Ordinary Black People’

A new retrospective book “Seeing Deeply” reveals his decades-long exploration of community, memory and photography.
Even the Oakland Raiders Don’t Know if They’ll Be the Oakland Raiders Next Year

Even the Oakland Raiders Don’t Know if They’ll Be the Oakland Raiders Next Year

The Raiders will play in a $1.8 billion stadium being built in Las Vegas. But not until 2020.
Texas Tent City Housing 2,500 Migrant Children Is Said to Close in January

Texas Tent City Housing 2,500 Migrant Children Is Said to Close in January

Migrant children, most from Central America, have been housed in a tent city in Tornillo, Tex., near the Mexican border. The facility, which opened in June, is preparing to close next month.
Der Spiegel to Press Charges Against Reporter Who Made Up Articles

Der Spiegel to Press Charges Against Reporter Who Made Up Articles

Richard Grenell, center, the American ambassador to Germany, has been an outspoken advocate for the Trump administration since taking his post in Berlin in May.
Far From Washington, the Routine Symbiosis of the Border Plays Out in Texas and Mexico

Far From Washington, the Routine Symbiosis of the Border Plays Out in Texas and Mexico

People wait to cross the bridge that connects the United States with Mexico in Hidalgo, Tex., on Saturday. Most crossers this weekend weren’t thinking about a wall — they were headed for holiday time
Stock Market Rout Has Trump Fixated on Fed Chair Powell

Stock Market Rout Has Trump Fixated on Fed Chair Powell

As the stock market falls, President Trump has turned on his pick to run the Federal Reserve, Jerome H. Powell.
The Uncommon Power of Grace

The Uncommon Power of Grace

This painting of the Virgin Mary is thought to be the work of Francisco de Goya.
China’s Canadian Hostages

China’s Canadian Hostages

Chinese police officers patrolled in front of the Canadian Embassy in Beijing this month after a Canadian was detained on suspicion of “engaging in activities that harm China’s national security.”
The Neediest Cases Fund: ‘I Lost My Sight; I Didn’t Lose My Mind’

The Neediest Cases Fund: ‘I Lost My Sight; I Didn’t Lose My Mind’

Stephanie Mitchell in her apartment in Mount Vernon. Ms. Mitchell has lived with impaired vision and other medical problems, gets by on limited income and got help from the Neediest Cases Fund.
‘Destroying Our Children for Sport’: Thailand May Limit Underage Boxing

‘Destroying Our Children for Sport’: Thailand May Limit Underage Boxing

A muay Thai bout in rural Thailand. By many estimates, more than 200,000 children under 15 regularly compete.