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Banksy Says His Shredding Prank Misfired: ‘In Rehearsals It Worked Every Time’

The mechanism that cut apart the $1.4 million “Girl With Balloon” jammed, the artist revealed in a video. The work was meant to be completely destroyed.
Art Review: Titian and Gerhard Richter: Keeping Faith With Painting, 5 Centuries Apart

Art Review: Titian and Gerhard Richter: Keeping Faith With Painting, 5 Centuries Apart

Installation view of the exhibition “Titian/Gerhard Richter: Heaven on Earth” at Palazzo Te in Mantua, Italy.
California Today: What Will the Lakers Look Like With LeBron James?

California Today: What Will the Lakers Look Like With LeBron James?

LeBron James and Lance Stephenson of the Los Angeles Lakers celebrated after James made a shot and was fouled against the Golden State Warriors during their preseason game last week.
An Afghan Police Chief Took On the Taliban and Won. Then His Luck Ran Out.

An Afghan Police Chief Took On the Taliban and Won. Then His Luck Ran Out.

Gen. Abdul Raziq in 2015. He had survived dozens of attempts on his life before the attack on Thursday.
Jim Mattis, Meeting His Chinese Counterpart, Tries to Ease Tensions

Jim Mattis, Meeting His Chinese Counterpart, Tries to Ease Tensions

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Defense Minister Wei Fenghe of China met for an hour and a half in Singapore on Thursday, as Washington and Beijing seem to be lurching from one crisis to the next.
On Soccer: Their Arsenal. Their Shares. For Now.

On Soccer: Their Arsenal. Their Shares. For Now.

Lindsay Rawlings with proof of her shares. She inherited hers from her father, who inherited them from his dad.
Afghan Leader Blindsided by U.S. Meeting With Taliban, Officials Say

Afghan Leader Blindsided by U.S. Meeting With Taliban, Officials Say

American forces in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, last year. American diplomats have quietly met with Taliban representatives in recent months, excluding the Afghan government.
Jamal Khashoggi, China, Boston Red Sox: Your Thursday Briefing

Jamal Khashoggi, China, Boston Red Sox: Your Thursday Briefing

Turkish forensic officers leaving the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul today. The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi has prompted a fierce international backlash against Saudi Arabia.
New York Today: New York Today: Staying Safe in Car Services

New York Today: New York Today: Staying Safe in Car Services

Something to consider the next time you’re alone in a car service.
Disability: The Blind Man’s French Dog Problem

Disability: The Blind Man’s French Dog Problem

A row of silhouetted figures in front of a large multi-colored museum window. In the center is a man with a guide dog. His silhouette is lighter than the others.

Canada’s New Marijuana Economy: Meet the Winners and Losers

After 95 years of prohibition, Canada has legalized marijuana. We met with buyers, sellers, growers and students to hear what they had to say.
Khashoggi’s Killing Isn’t a Blunder. It’s a Crime.

Khashoggi’s Killing Isn’t a Blunder. It’s a Crime.

Turkish forensic police officers investigating the alleged killing of Jamal Khashoggi at Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul.
Nonfiction: Were the Founders Against Slavery All Along?

Nonfiction: Were the Founders Against Slavery All Along?

An original drawing for “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” depicting a slave market.
Andrew Gillum, a Florida Insider Running as a Progressive Outsider

Andrew Gillum, a Florida Insider Running as a Progressive Outsider

Andrew Gillum, the Democratic nominee for governor of Florida, is running as a progressive. But he has close ties to lobbyists, one of whom is a top campaign adviser.
Trump’s Focus on a Washington Building Project Draws Scrutiny

Trump’s Focus on a Washington Building Project Draws Scrutiny

The Trump administration has decided to build a new F.B.I. headquarters on site of the J. Edgar Hoover Building, abandoning plans to move the agency to a suburban campus near Washington.
Computer Stories: A.I. Is Beginning to Assist Novelists

Computer Stories: A.I. Is Beginning to Assist Novelists

Robin Sloan, in his office in the Murray Street Media Lab in Berkeley, Calif. He is using a computer program he created to help write his latest novel.