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Design Report: From Industrial Waste to Objects of Beauty

Design Report: From Industrial Waste to Objects of Beauty

Extruded plastic stools and a table-cum-lamp by James Shaw with 3-D-printed algae “glass” vases and bowls by Studio Klarenbeek & Dros in collaboration with Atelier Luma, made from microalgae and
New York Men’s Fashion Week: Bruised, but Still in the Ring

New York Men’s Fashion Week: Bruised, but Still in the Ring

Ryohei Kawanishi, the creative force behind the Brooklyn men's wear label Landlord.

Trending: Get a Workout and a Vacation at the Same Time

For fitness enthusiasts who also love traveling to far-flung locales, a new breed of travel company wants to take you anywhere you want to go — and give you a great workout when you arrive.

The Ethicist : Can a Doctor Refuse to Treat a Patient Who Takes Cannabis?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether a doctor can fire a cancer patient who wants to use marijuana to treat pain, and more.
Pope Francis, Amid Abu Dhabi’s Opulence, Delivers Mass to Its Migrants

Pope Francis, Amid Abu Dhabi’s Opulence, Delivers Mass to Its Migrants

Pope Francis leading a Mass in Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday. Roughly 135,000 Catholics filled the stands and surrounded the stadium.
What to Watch For in Trump’s State of the Union Address

What to Watch For in Trump’s State of the Union Address

White House officials said that President Trump will make calls on Tuesday night for unity in a polarized age.
A School Board Says No to Big Oil, and Alarms Sound in Business-Friendly Louisiana

A School Board Says No to Big Oil, and Alarms Sound in Business-Friendly Louisiana

Louisiana depends heavily on the energy industry, and is eager to attract billions of dollars in oil and gas investment. Exxon Mobil’s refinery in Baton Rouge has been a major employer in the city for
The Knicks Were Broken From the Start

The Knicks Were Broken From the Start

Knicks Coach David Fizdale has changed lineups and personnel, and preached patience, but another season of dysfunction — the kind fans are used to — is underway.
Paris Fire Kills at Least 10 in Apartment Building; Arson Is Suspected

Paris Fire Kills at Least 10 in Apartment Building; Arson Is Suspected

A fire raged through the top floors of an apartment building in the 16th Arrondissement of Paris early Tuesday.
Venezuela, the Himalayas, Liam Neeson: Your Tuesday Briefing

Venezuela, the Himalayas, Liam Neeson: Your Tuesday Briefing

The Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, left, and President Nicolás Maduro.
MoMA to Close, Then Open Doors to More Expansive View of Art

MoMA to Close, Then Open Doors to More Expansive View of Art

Betye Saar’s “Black Girl’s Window” (1969), featured in the exhibition “Take an Object” at MoMA.
Trump to Nominate David Malpass to Lead the World Bank

Trump to Nominate David Malpass to Lead the World Bank

David Malpass, the under secretary of the Treasury for international affairs, last year in Washington.
Afghans Go to Taliban Talks, but Government Is Still Left Out

Afghans Go to Taliban Talks, but Government Is Still Left Out

President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan, center, in Kabul last month with the U.S. special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad, third from left. Mr. Ghani fears that the Americans are moving too quickly to reach a
Fixes: When It’s Hard to Make Ends Meet, Can Smart Apps Help?

Fixes: When It’s Hard to Make Ends Meet, Can Smart Apps Help?

A cashier ringing up a customer using a SNAP card at a supermarket in Framingham, Mass.
Who Are the Trumps’ State of the Union Guests?

Who Are the Trumps’ State of the Union Guests?

President Trump and his wife have invited 13 guests to attend the State of the Union on Tuesday night.
The Interpreter: Who Is Venezuela’s Legitimate President? A Messy Dispute, Explained

The Interpreter: Who Is Venezuela’s Legitimate President? A Messy Dispute, Explained

Juan Guaido, left, Venezuela’s opposition leader, and President Nicolás Maduro. Both men have debatable claims to legitimacy as the country’s leader.
Trump’s Plan for U.S. Forces in Iraq Met With Unified Rejection in Baghdad

Trump’s Plan for U.S. Forces in Iraq Met With Unified Rejection in Baghdad

President Trump and the first lady, Melania Trump, during an unannounced trip in December to Al Asad Air Base in western Iraq.
Latvia Above Us, Croatia Below

Latvia Above Us, Croatia Below

Democracy is on the decline in Trump's America, a new report finds.