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Busy Philipps Has Flourished by Being Herself

Busy Philipps Has Flourished by Being Herself

Busy Philipps, who has a new memoir out and a talk show debuting Sunday, has reached a new level of success by building a brand around herself.
Living in a Van Plastered With Hate, Bombing Suspect Was Filled With Right-Wing Rage

Living in a Van Plastered With Hate, Bombing Suspect Was Filled With Right-Wing Rage

Cesar Sayoc Jr., who is accused of sending explosive packages to several of the president’s critics, in a photo taken from social media.
Playlist: The Playlist: Cardi B Hits Pay Dirt, and 11 More New Songs

Playlist: The Playlist: Cardi B Hits Pay Dirt, and 11 More New Songs

Cardi B released “Money,” her first solo song since giving birth in July.
A Good Appetite: A Stir-Fry That Brings Out the Best in Green Beans

A Good Appetite: A Stir-Fry That Brings Out the Best in Green Beans

Coming together in under 20 minutes, this weeknight meal lets green beans cut through ground pork's meaty flavor.

Watch Live: Trump Addresses Bomb Suspect Arrest

President Trump is delivering remarks about the wave of suspicious devices that have been sent to his outspoken critics.
From ‘Walking Dead’ Casualty to South Korean Cinema Star

From ‘Walking Dead’ Casualty to South Korean Cinema Star

Steven Yeun on working in South Korea: “You don’t have to be reminded of your otherness there, and that is a very freeing feeling. You don’t realize how oppressive that is until you experience not
Libraries, Writ Small

Libraries, Writ Small

Father Time stands sentry at a Little Free Library in the rough-hewn Payne-Phalen neighborhood of St. Paul.

Stocks Resume Slide, Pulling S.&P. 500 Briefly Into a Correction

The benchmark index fell to 10 percent off its most recent peak in early trading on Friday but recovered some of those losses. It is down more than 9 percent from its high in September.
200 Years On, U.K. Hunts for Grave of Man Called World’s 1st Black Sports Star

200 Years On, U.K. Hunts for Grave of Man Called World’s 1st Black Sports Star

Euston Station in London is being redeveloped as part of a rail upgrade, and this area of the historic St. James Graveyard is under excavation.
Sunday Routine: How Julia Jordan, Champion of Female Playwrights, Spends Her Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Julia Jordan, Champion of Female Playwrights, Spends Her Sundays

Ms. Jordan strolls through the Brooklyn Waterfront in Dumbo before seeing a show at St. Ann’s Warehouse.
The Tip Sheet: House and Senate Latest, Good News for Beto: 11 Days to Go

The Tip Sheet: House and Senate Latest, Good News for Beto: 11 Days to Go

Bob Hugin, left, and Senator Robert Menendez debated on Wednesday in Newark.
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.