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After the Royal Wedding, a Gospel Choir Hits the Big Time

After the Royal Wedding, a Gospel Choir Hits the Big Time

Karen Gibson, front, and the Kingdom Choir, performing in London this month. Before singing for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the gospel ensemble was largely unknown. Now the group has an album out
City Kitchen: Mild Cauliflower Makes for an Easygoing Dinner Partner

City Kitchen: Mild Cauliflower Makes for an Easygoing Dinner Partner

This charred cauliflower with capers, olives and anchovies can stand on its own or as a side dish with any number of dishes.
Death Toll in Jordan Flood Reaches 21, but Grief Quickly Turns to Anger

Death Toll in Jordan Flood Reaches 21, but Grief Quickly Turns to Anger

Rescuers looked for survivors on Friday after rain storms unleashed flash floods near the Dead Sea in Jordan.
Trump’s Complaint: Bomb Plot Coverage Overtakes His Campaign Rhetoric

Trump’s Complaint: Bomb Plot Coverage Overtakes His Campaign Rhetoric

President Trump said it was “very unfortunate” that news organizations were not talking about politics and instead were focused on pipe bombs mailed to his critics.
I’m a Child of Immigrants. And I Have a Plan to Fix Immigration.

I’m a Child of Immigrants. And I Have a Plan to Fix Immigration.

Honduran migrants in the caravan heading to the United States, passing through Chiapas, Mexico, on Oct. 21.
Stacey Abrams, a Daughter of the South, Asks Georgia to Change

Stacey Abrams, a Daughter of the South, Asks Georgia to Change

Stacey Abrams, the Democratic nominee for governor of Georgia, would be the first black woman to be elected governor of any state if she wins in November.
Silicon Valley Can’t Escape the Business of War

Silicon Valley Can’t Escape the Business of War

Jeff Bezos, the chief executive of Amazon, attends an event hosted by the Air Force Association in September.
Vows: They Saw a Sign and Didn’t Shake It Off

Vows: They Saw a Sign and Didn’t Shake It Off

Mariano Rivera III and Alyssa Picinich enjoy their first dance as husband and wife.
U.K. Apologizes for Visa Letters Demanding Immigrants Submit a DNA Test

U.K. Apologizes for Visa Letters Demanding Immigrants Submit a DNA Test

Sajid Javid, the British home secretary, said that more than 400 immigrants were sent letters requiring DNA tests to prove they were related to British citizens. “Such demands are unacceptable,” he
In ‘Homecoming,’ a Sound Experiment Becomes Something to See

In ‘Homecoming,’ a Sound Experiment Becomes Something to See

In adapting “Homecoming” into a television show, which stars Julia Roberts and Stephan James, the creators tried to maintain the podcast’s claustrophobic feel.
Jamie Lee Curtis: I’m Waving the Banner for Generations of Women

Jamie Lee Curtis: I’m Waving the Banner for Generations of Women

Jamie Lee Curtis at the Los Angeles premiere of “Halloween.” She said audiences are “watching a woman we’ve known for 40 years take back the power.”
Trump’s Trade War May Create New Auto Jobs. In China.

Trump’s Trade War May Create New Auto Jobs. In China.

BMW builds several models of luxury S.U.V.s in its plant in Spartanburg, S.C.
Outspoken Trump Supporter in Florida Charged in Attempted Bombing Spree

Outspoken Trump Supporter in Florida Charged in Attempted Bombing Spree

A package addressed to James R. Clapper Jr., the former director of national intelligence, was meant to be delivered to the New York offices of CNN, but was intercepted at a mail facility in Midtown
On Pro Basketball: Behind LeBron James, Lakers Push the Pace to Victories

On Pro Basketball: Behind LeBron James, Lakers Push the Pace to Victories

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (23) attempts to drive the ball past Denver Nuggets forward Paul Millsap (4) during the second half at Staples Center.
Shinzo Abe Says Japan Is China’s ‘Partner,’ and No Longer Its Aid Donor

Shinzo Abe Says Japan Is China’s ‘Partner,’ and No Longer Its Aid Donor

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan, right, reviewed an honor guard with Premier Li Keqiang of China in Beijing on Friday. Mr. Abe said the Asian powers’ relationship was “shifting to a new phase.”
‘Suspiria’ Then and Now: Finding Darkness in an All-Female World

‘Suspiria’ Then and Now: Finding Darkness in an All-Female World

Dakota Johnson as an American dancer in Berlin in Luca Guadagnino’s remake of “Suspiria.”
Behind the Clash Over Italy’s Budget, a Fear of Populism

Behind the Clash Over Italy’s Budget, a Fear of Populism

Matteo Salvini, a populist deputy prime minister of Italy, has used the migration issue to criticize Brussels and increase his popularity.