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James H. Billington, 89, Dies; Led Library of Congress Into Digital Age

James H. Billington, 89, Dies; Led Library of Congress Into Digital Age

James H. Billington in 1989. He led the Library of Congress for nearly three decades, taking over at the dawn of the digital era.
Fire and Rain: California Storm Brings Relief to Some, Misery to Others

Fire and Rain: California Storm Brings Relief to Some, Misery to Others

Evacuees prepared their tents with rain tarps behind a shelter in Chico.
Album Review: Nashville Embraces Kane Brown and Jimmie Allen, Black Singers Upholding Genre Traditions

Album Review: Nashville Embraces Kane Brown and Jimmie Allen, Black Singers Upholding Genre Traditions

Kane Brown’s “Experiment” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart. The singer and songwriter has been on the rise for the last three years.
How Long Before Trump Destroys the Rule of Law?

How Long Before Trump Destroys the Rule of Law?

White House counsel Don McGahn looks on as President Trump prepares to pardon Boxer Jack Johnson in the Oval Office with actor Sylvester Stallone, looking on, in May.
Five Affordable, Effective Alternatives to Disposable Cleaning Products

Five Affordable, Effective Alternatives to Disposable Cleaning Products

Ditch those disposable disinfecting wipes for an environmentally friendly alternative.
Overlooked No More: Lilian Rice, Architect Who Lifted a Style in California

Overlooked No More: Lilian Rice, Architect Who Lifted a Style in California

Lilian J. Rice in 1923. She was in her early 30s when she designed Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., and planted Spanish Colonial Revival as a state architectural style.
A Neighbor’s Shh! Could Silence a Village Theater for Good

A Neighbor’s Shh! Could Silence a Village Theater for Good

The Quad Cinema has been told that it is in default of its lease, in part because of noise complaints from an upstairs neighbor.
85,000 Children in Yemen May Have Died of Starvation

85,000 Children in Yemen May Have Died of Starvation

Children suffering from malnutrition at a Unicef-run mobile clinic in Aslam, Yemen, northwest of the capital, Sana.
Critic’s Notebook: Saying Goodbye to the Man Who Brought Australia’s Cafe Culture to Life

Critic’s Notebook: Saying Goodbye to the Man Who Brought Australia’s Cafe Culture to Life

Floral tributes outside Pellegrini’s Cafe for Sisto Malaspina the day after he was stabbed to death.
Meet the Democrats Who Want Pelosi to Step Aside

Meet the Democrats Who Want Pelosi to Step Aside

Television cameras and lights set up outside the floor of the House of Representatives.
Texas Students Will Now Learn That Slavery Was ‘Central’ to the Civil War

Texas Students Will Now Learn That Slavery Was ‘Central’ to the Civil War

Students at Wheatley High School in Houston. Texas’ educational standards for social studies previously listed three causes of the American Civil War: sectionalism, states’ rights and slavery, in that
letter: Trump’s Attack on the Judiciary

letter: Trump’s Attack on the Judiciary

The United States Court of Appeals in San Francisco. The Ninth Circuit hears appeals from California and others in nine Western states.
Critic’s Notebook: From the Beach to the Boudoir

Critic’s Notebook: From the Beach to the Boudoir

Berthe Morisot’s “Woman at Her Toilette,” 1875-80, a shimmering display of model, room and mirror by an artist devoted to painting modern life.
Visitors From the Ocean’s Twilight Zone

Visitors From the Ocean’s Twilight Zone

A transparent hatchetfish, retrieved by researchers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, which is seeking to understand better the creatures that occupy the sea from 600 to 3,300 feet deep.
My Thanksgiving Learning Curve

My Thanksgiving Learning Curve

Kindred Spirits, a Choctaw sculpture in Cork, Ireland.
The Carpetbagger: In a Steve McQueen Film, the First Frame Is Everything

The Carpetbagger: In a Steve McQueen Film, the First Frame Is Everything

McQueen working with his "Widows" stars, Viola Davis and Liam Neeson.