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In the sport of equestrian vaulting, even a 12-year-old girl can be “too big.”
Adenovirus Outbreak Leaves 6 Children Dead at N.J. Pediatric Center

Adenovirus Outbreak Leaves 6 Children Dead at N.J. Pediatric Center

The outbreak at a New Jersey pediatric hospital was a strain of adenovirus that is associated with communal living facilities.
A 630-Foot Ferris Wheel Meant to Boost Staten Island’s Image Is No More

A 630-Foot Ferris Wheel Meant to Boost Staten Island’s Image Is No More

Rich Marin, shown in 2015, was overseeing the project to build the New York Wheel on Staten Island, near the ferry terminal.
At George Soros’s Home, Pipe Bomb Was Likely Hand-Delivered, Officials Say

At George Soros’s Home, Pipe Bomb Was Likely Hand-Delivered, Officials Say

The billionaire philanthropist George Soros donates frequently to Democratic candidates and progressive causes.
Bolton Rejects Russian Entreaties to Stay in Nuclear Treaty

Bolton Rejects Russian Entreaties to Stay in Nuclear Treaty

The national security adviser told a news conference in Moscow that the United States remained committed to quitting a Soviet-era nuclear pact despite Russian objections.
Restaurant Review: Chinese Noodles From a Chile-Haunted Region

Restaurant Review: Chinese Noodles From a Chile-Haunted Region

The restaurant has a stylish interior, handsome Chinese ceramics and a fresh take on Hunanese food.
At 95, Ned Rorem Is Done Composing. But He’s Not Done Living.

At 95, Ned Rorem Is Done Composing. But He’s Not Done Living.

The composer Ned Rorem at his Upper West Side apartment, which is filled with art, including a drawing by Klimt, lower left, and portraits of him by Al Hirschfeld, upper left, and Dora Maar, lower
Review: ‘Bodyguard’ on Netflix, Britain’s Biggest TV Hit in Years

Review: ‘Bodyguard’ on Netflix, Britain’s Biggest TV Hit in Years

Richard Madden and Keeley Hawes in “Bodyguard.” The thriller, a big hit in Britain, arrives on Netflix on Wednesday.
Intersex, and Erased Again

Intersex, and Erased Again

People protested the Trump administration's reported proposal to narrow the definition of gender to male or female in Los Angeles on Monday.
Southern Barbecue With a Fiery Dip and a Deep History

Southern Barbecue With a Fiery Dip and a Deep History

Grilled pork-shoulder steaks with a side of baked beans and coleslaw at R&S Barbecue in Tompkinsville, Ky.
Babe Ruth, the First Modern Celebrity

Babe Ruth, the First Modern Celebrity

Babe Ruth at the 1936 World Series with his second wife, Claire.
Murda Beatz, an ‘Alien’ in Rap, Can’t Stop Making Hits

Murda Beatz, an ‘Alien’ in Rap, Can’t Stop Making Hits

Murda Beatz, a 24-year-old Canadian producer, has a string of huge tracks and big dreams for his future.
The Ripple Effect of a Trump Tweetstorm

The Ripple Effect of a Trump Tweetstorm

Like many of the president’s tweetstorms, this one appears to have been inspired at least in part by a report on Fox News.
A Roast Chicken With Fall Flavors

A Roast Chicken With Fall Flavors

The natural sugars in maple syrup caramelize in this recipe, turning the chicken's skin a nutty brown.
Sporting: Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Bringing Concussions Out of the Darkness

Sporting: Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Bringing Concussions Out of the Darkness

Dale Earnhardt Jr. at the Richmond Raceway in Virginia in September.
Many Possible Paths to a House Majority for Democrats, None Guaranteed

Many Possible Paths to a House Majority for Democrats, None Guaranteed

Sharice Davids, a Democrat, is running strong in Kansas' Third District.