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Is an Extroverted Applicant Better Suited for Harvard Than an Introvert?

Is an Extroverted Applicant Better Suited for Harvard Than an Introvert?

The trial examining whether Harvard discriminates against Asian-Americans has raised questions about what character traits elite colleges value.
A Toddler Who Appeared in Immigration Court Goes Home to Honduras. ‘Mi Amor,’ Her Mother Cries.

A Toddler Who Appeared in Immigration Court Goes Home to Honduras. ‘Mi Amor,’ Her Mother Cries.

Fernanda Jacqueline Davila, 2, with her family in Honduras. Fernanda was separated from her grandmother after the two of them arrived in the United States three months ago.
Critic’s Pick: Review: Elaine May Might Break Your Heart in ‘Waverly Gallery’

Critic’s Pick: Review: Elaine May Might Break Your Heart in ‘Waverly Gallery’

At 86, Ms. May returns to the Broadway stage as Gladys Green in Kenneth Lonergan’s play.
Mexico Dispatch: Blistered Feet, Sleepless Nights. The Caravan Presses On.

Mexico Dispatch: Blistered Feet, Sleepless Nights. The Caravan Presses On.

Yovani Torres, right, and his brother Wilfredo at a convenience store in Pijijiapan on Thursday.

Trump, Will Money or Morals Prevail With the Saudis?

For the United States, doing nothing about the premeditated killing of Jamal Khashoggi is not an option.
F-Bombs and Real Bombs

F-Bombs and Real Bombs

Gavin McInnes, the founder of the far-right Proud Boys group. Several members were arrested when a brawl erupted after an appearance by him in New York this month.
Campaign Contribution Raises Concerns About China’s Meddling in New Zealand

Campaign Contribution Raises Concerns About China’s Meddling in New Zealand

Jami Lee Ross, a National lawmaker, accused the party’s leader of trying to disguise a donation of 100,000 New Zealand dollars as smaller anonymous donations.
George Shultz: We Must Preserve This Nuclear Treaty

George Shultz: We Must Preserve This Nuclear Treaty

Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan signing the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty at the White House in 1987.
A Spanish Voice That Cries Out for the Hall of Fame

A Spanish Voice That Cries Out for the Hall of Fame

René Cárdenas, known as the first Spanish-language announcer to cover Major League Baseball, in 1958, at his home this year in Houston.
Caitlyn Jenner, a Longtime Republican, Revokes Support for Trump Over Transgender Rights

Caitlyn Jenner, a Longtime Republican, Revokes Support for Trump Over Transgender Rights

Caitlyn Jenner said in a column in The Washington Post that she no longer supported President Trump. The blunt rebuke came after news broke that the Trump administration was considering narrowly
East Island, Remote Hawaiian Sliver of Sand, Is Largely Wiped Out by a Hurricane

East Island, Remote Hawaiian Sliver of Sand, Is Largely Wiped Out by a Hurricane

Before a hurricane in October, East Island, left, was an 11-acre sliver of land in the Pacific. After the storm struck, it largely disappeared.
Health Care, Hatred and Lies

Health Care, Hatred and Lies

Republican politicians don't want to talk about health care.
City’s Top Watchdog Warns: I Have de Blasio in My Sights

City’s Top Watchdog Warns: I Have de Blasio in My Sights

Mark G. Peters, New York’s investigations commissioner, said in a letter that Mayor Bill de Blasio is “potentially a subject of investigation.”

Anatomy of a Scene: Watch Timothée Chalamet Play an Addict in ‘Beautiful Boy’

The director Felix Van Groeningen narrates a difficult talk between father (Steve Carell) and son (Chalamet) in this drama.