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To Cope With Loss, a Pianist Mined the Music of Life Itself

To Cope With Loss, a Pianist Mined the Music of Life Itself

The pianist Igor Levit near his home in Berlin. He has released the sprawling album “Life,” and comes to New York for a recital next week.
Medicare Advantage Plans Found to Improperly Deny Many Claims

Medicare Advantage Plans Found to Improperly Deny Many Claims

More and more beneficiaries are choosing Medicare Advantage because the plans offer potential advantages, including a doctor who can coordinate care.
Now for Rent: Email Addresses and Phone Numbers for Millions of Trump Supporters

Now for Rent: Email Addresses and Phone Numbers for Millions of Trump Supporters

A Republican rally this week in Erie, Pa. Renting the database could help the party in key midterm races, while providing a source of revenue for President Trump’s campaign.
Peacetime Spells Death for Colombia’s Activists

Peacetime Spells Death for Colombia’s Activists

Relatives and friends carrying the coffin of Holmes Niscué, an indigenous leader killed on August 19, in the mountains near Tumaco, Colombia.
Philippines Wins New Term on U.N. Rights Council, Drawing Outrage

Philippines Wins New Term on U.N. Rights Council, Drawing Outrage

Alan Peter Cayetano, the Philippines’ foreign secretary, at the United Nations General Assembly last month. He accused critics of mounting “well-funded efforts” to block the country’s bid to win a
Snowstorm Kills at Least 8 Climbers in Nepal

Snowstorm Kills at Least 8 Climbers in Nepal

The South Korean mountaineer Kim Chang-ho, center, at an award ceremony for the Piolets d’Or prize in Grenoble, France, in 2017.
As South Korean Athletes Avoid the Draft, Some Ask: Why Not K-Pop Stars?

As South Korean Athletes Avoid the Draft, Some Ask: Why Not K-Pop Stars?

Son Heung-min and other South Korean soccer players after beating Japan for the gold medal at the Asian Games last month in Bogor, Indonesia. For Mr. Son, it meant he would not have to abandon his
Paris Art Dealer Brings the Party to New York

Paris Art Dealer Brings the Party to New York

Celebrities are no strangers at the Perrotin Gallery. Emmanuel Perrotin posed with, from left, Alicia Keys, JR and J Balvin at a recent opening.
U.S. Officials Meet With Taliban Again as Trump Pushes Afghan Peace Process

U.S. Officials Meet With Taliban Again as Trump Pushes Afghan Peace Process

Zalmay Khalilzad in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 2009. Mr. Khalilzad, a former ambassador to Iraq, is on his first trip to the region since being appointed by the State Department last month to lead Afghan
Lenny Bruce Is Still Talking Dirty and Influencing People

Lenny Bruce Is Still Talking Dirty and Influencing People

The comedian Lenny Bruce tested the boundaries of what was considered free speech in the 1960s. He is having a resurgence.
What Civil Rights History Can Teach Kavanaugh’s Critics

What Civil Rights History Can Teach Kavanaugh’s Critics

People watched Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's opening testimony on television screens in an overflow room in the Dirksen Senate Building during Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings last month.
Death at the Crossroads: A Ragged Limo, an Anxious Driver and 17 Friends

Death at the Crossroads: A Ragged Limo, an Anxious Driver and 17 Friends

A memorial at the site in Schoharie, N.Y., where 20 people were killed when a limousine barreled through a stop sign.
After Nobel in Economics, William Nordhaus Talks About Who’s Getting His Pollution-Tax Ideas Right

After Nobel in Economics, William Nordhaus Talks About Who’s Getting His Pollution-Tax Ideas Right

“Things change over the long run,” said William D. Nordhaus. “What is toxic or opposed in one generation gradually becomes accepted in the next.”
U.N.C. Chancellor Apologizes for History of Slavery at Chapel Hill

U.N.C. Chancellor Apologizes for History of Slavery at Chapel Hill

Chancellor Carol Folt of U.N.C. Chapel Hill apologized for the university’s history of slavery during a speech on Friday.

#%*%#$^%*: The ‘Derogatory’ Comments That Got a Lawyer Suspended

A lawyer on Long Island showed “flagrant disrespect for the judiciary,” a state appeals court said. He was given a three-month suspension.
On Baseball: Brandon Woodruff and Postseason Home Runs Out of Nowhere

On Baseball: Brandon Woodruff and Postseason Home Runs Out of Nowhere

Brewers reliever Brandon Woodruff after his home run in the third inning on Friday against the Dodgers.
Brewers 6, Dodgers 5 I Milwaukee leads series, 1-0: A Brewers Reliever Bests a Dodgers Ace, With a Homer, in an N.L.C.S. Game 1 Win

Brewers 6, Dodgers 5 I Milwaukee leads series, 1-0: A Brewers Reliever Bests a Dodgers Ace, With a Homer, in an N.L.C.S. Game 1 Win

Milwaukee’s Brandon Woodruff, a rookie reliever, after hitting a home run on Friday during the third inning of the Brewers’ 6-5 victory in Game 1.
Princess Eugenie Marries, and Britons Gripe About the Tax Bill

Princess Eugenie Marries, and Britons Gripe About the Tax Bill

Lining up outside Windsor Castle to watch the procession of guests.