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Critic’s Pick: ‘Jean-Michel Basquiat’ at the Brant Shows His Bifurcated Life

Critic’s Pick: ‘Jean-Michel Basquiat’ at the Brant Shows His Bifurcated Life

Installation view of “Jean-Michel Basquiat,” the inaugural exhibition of the Brant Foundation’s New York space in the East Village. A salon-style wall on the second floor includes a grid of 16
Xavier Becerra, California Attorney General, Won’t Charge Officers in Stephon Clark Shooting

Xavier Becerra, California Attorney General, Won’t Charge Officers in Stephon Clark Shooting

Demonstrators in East Sacramento on Monday protested county prosecutors’ decision not to charge the police officers who shot Stephon Clark, 22, in his grandmother’s backyard last year.
F.D.A. Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, Who Fought Teenage Vaping, Resigns

F.D.A. Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, Who Fought Teenage Vaping, Resigns

Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the F.D.A. commissioner, had made regulation of e-cigarettes and teenage vaping an agency priority.
Michael Bloomberg Will Not Run for President in 2020

Michael Bloomberg Will Not Run for President in 2020

Michael R. Bloomberg says he will not run for president, deciding instead to finance opposition to President Trump, as well as causes he supports.
Genoa Bridge Collapse Throws Harsh Light on Benettons’ Highway Billions

Genoa Bridge Collapse Throws Harsh Light on Benettons’ Highway Billions

The east side of what is left of the Morandi Bridge in Genoa, Italy. Its collapse is the subject of a criminal inquiry, with 21 people under investigation.
One More Time, With Big Data: Measles Vaccine Doesn’t Cause Autism

One More Time, With Big Data: Measles Vaccine Doesn’t Cause Autism

A baby in Rio de Janeiro being immunized against measles. A study of more than half a million Danish children found no evidence that vaccines increased the risk of autism.
U.S. Border, China, Carlos Ghosn: Your Wednesday Briefing

U.S. Border, China, Carlos Ghosn: Your Wednesday Briefing

Asylum seekers from Central America walking toward U.S. Border Patrol agents.

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘Would We Ever Be Together Again?’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
Hello, Kitty! Warner Bros. Welcomes a Beloved Character

Hello, Kitty! Warner Bros. Welcomes a Beloved Character

Hello Kitty was created in 1974 and has become a merchandising superstar. But the character has never been brought to global movie screens.
Trump Organization’s Insurance Policies Under Scrutiny in New York

Trump Organization’s Insurance Policies Under Scrutiny in New York

The Trump Organization, the president’s family business, is facing scrutiny from multiple fronts — federal prosecutors, congressional Democrats, and now, insurance regulators.
Yo-Yo Ma and Wu Man: A Concerto Conjures a Chinese Golden Age

Yo-Yo Ma and Wu Man: A Concerto Conjures a Chinese Golden Age

Yo-Yo Ma, left, and Wu Man are the soloists in Zhao Lin’s double concerto “A Happy Excursion,” which has its American premiere with the New York Philharmonic on Wednesday.
Lens: The Best Photos From the 76th Pictures of the Year International

Lens: The Best Photos From the 76th Pictures of the Year International

Students at the Little Sun People Private Preschool doing the hair of dolls during play time in Brooklyn. December 2018.
Border at ‘Breaking Point’ as More than 76,000 Unauthorized Migrants Cross in a Month

Border at ‘Breaking Point’ as More than 76,000 Unauthorized Migrants Cross in a Month

Migrants from Central America turned themselves in to Border Patrol agents in Penitas, Tex., last month.
Apparent Homemade Bombs Found in London Transit Centers, Police Say

Apparent Homemade Bombs Found in London Transit Centers, Police Say

Investigators at a cordoned-off area of the Waterloo Station, London, where a suspicious package was found.
New York’s Mayor Doesn’t Run New York’s Subways. Should He?

New York’s Mayor Doesn’t Run New York’s Subways. Should He?

Corey Johnson, the City Council speaker, introduced a plan on Tuesday in his State of the City speech for the city to take over control of the subway from the governor and state lawmakers.
Companies Falsely Labeled Products ‘Made in U.S.A.’ Their Financial Penalty? $0

Companies Falsely Labeled Products ‘Made in U.S.A.’ Their Financial Penalty? $0

Democrats on the Federal Trade Commission are questioning why the Republican-controlled agency is not exacting tougher punishment from four companies that falsely marketed products from China as
House’s Anti-Semitism Resolution Exposes Generational Fight Over Ilhan Omar

House’s Anti-Semitism Resolution Exposes Generational Fight Over Ilhan Omar

Representative Ilhan Omar, Democrat of Minnesota, center, on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. She has been criticized for remarks that were characterized as anti-Semitic.
Ren Hang’s Provocative Photographs Show a China We Rarely See

Ren Hang’s Provocative Photographs Show a China We Rarely See

Ren Hang in 2016. The photographer, who died in 2017, is the subject of a retrospective at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris.
‘Captain Marvel’ Review: Brie Larson Takes a Trip to the ’90s

‘Captain Marvel’ Review: Brie Larson Takes a Trip to the ’90s

Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, flanked by Algenis Perez Soto and Gemma Chan, in “Captain Marvel.”