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Jack Ma Is Retiring. Is China’s Economy Losing Steam?

Jack Ma Is Retiring. Is China’s Economy Losing Steam?

Jack Ma at the World Economic Forum meeting in Tianjin, China, this month.
Only the Truth Can Save Us Now

Only the Truth Can Save Us Now

Brett Kavanaugh before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill on Thursday.
Brett Kavanaugh, Elon Musk, ‘Night School’: Your Friday Briefing

Brett Kavanaugh, Elon Musk, ‘Night School’: Your Friday Briefing

Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh told two very different stories at Thursday’s hearing.
An Italian Hotelier Mixes Opulence and Wellness (O.K., Plus More Opulence)

An Italian Hotelier Mixes Opulence and Wellness (O.K., Plus More Opulence)

Every guest at Borgo Egnazia is paired with a local guide. Mostly female, the guides swan through the corridors of the property in gauzy white dresses.
Sunday Routine: How Mike Drucker, Comedy Writer, Spends His Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Mike Drucker, Comedy Writer, Spends His Sundays

“I’m a talented amateur chef whose menu ranges from instant ramen to instant ramen with an egg dropped in.”
Rent vs. Buy: Suburban Edition

Rent vs. Buy: Suburban Edition

Scott and Nina Ackerman, with their son, Teddy, have been renting a house in Darien, Conn., since selling their home in Rye, N.Y., in July. They initially looked for another house to buy, but decided
Is This the End of Governors Island?

Is This the End of Governors Island?

Diner en Blanc, a pop-up event held at Governors Island this September, was attended by thousands.
American Bar Association and Yale Law School Urge F.B.I. Inquiry Into Kavanaugh

American Bar Association and Yale Law School Urge F.B.I. Inquiry Into Kavanaugh

A vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination should be held “only after an appropriate background check” by the F.B.I. into sexual assault allegations against him, the American Bar
Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Thinks Brett Kavanaugh Could Dial It Down a Bit

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Thinks Brett Kavanaugh Could Dial It Down a Bit

Trevor Noah said Judge Brett Kavanaugh was so combative in his Senate testimony that he “looked like he was auditioning for a Snickers commercial.”
Yo-Yo Ma Wants Bach to Save the World

Yo-Yo Ma Wants Bach to Save the World

Yo-Yo Ma, performing at Stadtteilpark in Leipzig, Germany, earlier this month as part of his planned 36-city, six-continent tour that blends performances of Bach with community engagement.
Welcome to the Playhouse

Welcome to the Playhouse

“I write and direct my own movies, so why shouldn’t I write and direct my own play?” says Todd Solondz, photographed at the Flea Theater.
Lens: Refugees and Migrants Tell Their Own Stories Through Photographs

Lens: Refugees and Migrants Tell Their Own Stories Through Photographs

James Jean, who is Haitian-American, and Patrice Worthy, who is African-American, wearing traditional clothing from their parents’ heritage. New York, United States, 2016. From the series “After
Journalist Who Spread Conspiracy Theories Will Oversee Italy’s State TV

Journalist Who Spread Conspiracy Theories Will Oversee Italy’s State TV

The appointment of Marcello Foa as chairman of Italy’s state broadcaster RAI marks a victory of the populist parties over the establishment press that once discounted them.
How Alliances Made Athens Great

How Alliances Made Athens Great

“Pericles’ Funeral Oration,” by the 19th-century German painter Philipp von Foltz.
Nashville Police Officer Faces Homicide Charge in Killing of a Black Man

Nashville Police Officer Faces Homicide Charge in Killing of a Black Man

Officer Andrew Delke of the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department leaves after being booked Thursday on a criminal homicide charge in the July 26 shooting death of Daniel Hambrick.
New York’s Next Nickname: The Big Sponge?

New York’s Next Nickname: The Big Sponge?

After rain flooded parts of Copenhagen in 2011, officials there developed a plan for fortifying the city against intense storms. The effort is being emulated by New York.
China Rejects Trump’s Charges of Meddling in U.S. Elections

China Rejects Trump’s Charges of Meddling in U.S. Elections

President Trump told the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday that the Chinese “do not want me or us to win.”