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Chinese Internet Star Detained for ‘Disrespectful’ Version of National Anthem

Yang Kaili, a 20-year-old woman with tens of millions of followers, had sung a brief snippet of the anthem online, wearing an antler-shaped headband.
DealBook: When Business Executives Become Reluctant Statesmen

DealBook: When Business Executives Become Reluctant Statesmen

Jamie Dimon, the chief executive of JPMorgan Chase, is the most prominent financier to cancel an appearance at a planned investment conference in Saudi Arabia next week.
Rembrandt’s ‘Night Watch’ to Undergo Years of Restoration

Rembrandt’s ‘Night Watch’ to Undergo Years of Restoration

Taco Dibbits, the Rijksmuseum director, viewing the “Night Watch.” The work, by Rembrandt, will be restored in what Mr. Dibbits called the museum’s “biggest conservation and research project ever.”
Democrats Surge Ahead of Republicans in Fund-Raising for Key Races

Democrats Surge Ahead of Republicans in Fund-Raising for Key Races

Senator Claire McCaskill spoke with supporters on the campaign trail in Kansas City, Mo., last month. She has raised $30 million so far.
Utilities Cut Power to Prevent Wildfires. But Who Wins When the Lights Go Out?

Utilities Cut Power to Prevent Wildfires. But Who Wins When the Lights Go Out?

A wildfire in August in Riverside County, Calif. Southern California Edison used blackouts for wildfire prevention in the county in 2003 and again in 2017.
Police Seek 9 Proud Boys Supporters on Riot Charges After Brawls With Antifa

Police Seek 9 Proud Boys Supporters on Riot Charges After Brawls With Antifa

Members of the far-right group, the Proud Boys, and anti-fascist protesters battled Friday night on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Idaho Fish and Game Commissioner Resigns Amid Criticism Over African Hunting Photos

Idaho Fish and Game Commissioner Resigns Amid Criticism Over African Hunting Photos

Blake Fischer and his wife, Beth, posed with animals killed on a hunting trip in Namibia. He was forced to resign from his position as an Idaho fish and game commissioner on Monday.
Review: In ‘Fireflies,’ the Preacher’s Wife Gets Her Say

Review: In ‘Fireflies,’ the Preacher’s Wife Gets Her Say

DeWanda Wise as Olivia and Khris Davis as her husband, Charles, a civil-rights leader, in “Fireflies.”
Stormy Daniels Told to Pay Trump’s Legal Fees After Defamation Suit

Stormy Daniels Told to Pay Trump’s Legal Fees After Defamation Suit

A judge on Monday ruled that Stephanie Clifford must pay President Trump’s legal fees in a defamation lawsuit she filed against him.
Showdown in Georgia Governor’s Race Reflects a Larger Fight Over Voting Rights

Showdown in Georgia Governor’s Race Reflects a Larger Fight Over Voting Rights

Early voting began on Monday in Georgia. The state is embroiled in a fight over the suspension of thousands of new voter registrations.
Harvard Admissions Dean Testifies as Affirmative Action Trial Begins

Harvard Admissions Dean Testifies as Affirmative Action Trial Begins

Harvard University says it seeks a diverse student body, but denies that it discriminates on racial grounds to achieve it. A lawsuit accusing the school of unfairly penalizing Asian-American
One Way to Stay Cool

One Way to Stay Cool

Chemicals used in air-conditioners like these contribute to climate change. The United States has not ratified a treaty that would ban the chemicals.
Officials Release Video of Florida City Commissioner Who Fatally Shot Man

Officials Release Video of Florida City Commissioner Who Fatally Shot Man

Michael Dunn’s Army-Navy surplus store in Lakeland, Fla., after the fatal shooting.