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Encounters: Tracey Ullman Stocks Up on Lingerie Before a Date With Meryl Streep

Encounters: Tracey Ullman Stocks Up on Lingerie Before a Date With Meryl Streep

Tracey Ullman at Russ & Daughters at the Jewish Museum in Manhattan.
Head of Interpol Disappears, and Eyes Turn Toward China

Head of Interpol Disappears, and Eyes Turn Toward China

Meng Hongwei was elected president of Interpol in 2016. In April, it was announced that he was no longer on the Communist Party committee that oversees his Chinese ministry.
Collins and Manchin Will Vote for Kavanaugh, Ensuring His Confirmation

Collins and Manchin Will Vote for Kavanaugh, Ensuring His Confirmation

Senator Joe Manchin III, Democrat of West Virginia, announced that he would vote to confirm Judge Kavanaugh.
City Kitchen: A Better Meatloaf? Add Tomato Sauce and Cheese

City Kitchen: A Better Meatloaf? Add Tomato Sauce and Cheese

Tomato sauce, cheese and bread crumbs give this meatloaf appeal.
Ghetto Film School Trains Its Lens on Hollywood’s Diversity Problem

Ghetto Film School Trains Its Lens on Hollywood’s Diversity Problem

Manuel F. Rodriguez Suarez, wearing orange, a Ghetto Film School fellow, preparing to shoot a scene in Santa Monica, Calif.
Take a Tour of Manafort’s Multimillion-Dollar Homes, Going Up for Sale

Take a Tour of Manafort’s Multimillion-Dollar Homes, Going Up for Sale

A listing for a home owned by Paul Manafort's family at 377 Union Street in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.
The Week in Good News: Nobel Prizes, a Survivors’ Wedding, Jellyfish

The Week in Good News: Nobel Prizes, a Survivors’ Wedding, Jellyfish

Frances H. Arnold, left, became the third woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Donna Strickland was the third woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics.
Even the Seemingly Disappointing Job Creation Numbers Are Actually Pretty Great

Even the Seemingly Disappointing Job Creation Numbers Are Actually Pretty Great

At work on the assembly line at the Ford Dearborn Truck Plant in Dearborn, Mich., last month.
In London, a Frenzied Frieze Week in the Shadow of Brexit

In London, a Frenzied Frieze Week in the Shadow of Brexit

“Infinity Mirrored Room,” by Yayoi Kusama, at the Victoria Miro Gallery in London. Ms. Kusama’s magical and eminently Instagram-friendly installations tend to be hugely popular.
The Witches of ‘Charmed’ Are Out to Slay Demons. And the Patriarchy.

The Witches of ‘Charmed’ Are Out to Slay Demons. And the Patriarchy.

From left, Melonie Diaz, Sarah Jeffery and Madeleine Mantock play the supernatural sisters in CW’s reboot of “Charmed.”
Far-Right Candidate Jair Bolsonaro Widens Lead in Brazil’s Presidential Race

Far-Right Candidate Jair Bolsonaro Widens Lead in Brazil’s Presidential Race

Jair Bolsonaro, a far-right presidential candidate in Brazil, outside his congressional office last year. His poll numbers have increased after he was stabbed while campaigning in September.
A History of Studio 54, This Time Told by the Quiet Partner

A History of Studio 54, This Time Told by the Quiet Partner

Steve Rubell, left, and Ian Schrager at the club in 1978. It would close after just 33 months in existence.
California Today: ‘I Flail. I Gasp. I Use a Snorkel’: A Reporter Learns to Swim in Los Angeles

California Today: ‘I Flail. I Gasp. I Use a Snorkel’: A Reporter Learns to Swim in Los Angeles

Children swam and played at the William Love Swimming Pool at Lueders Park and Community Center in Compton in 2015.
Hong Kong Plans to Expel a Financial Times Editor

Hong Kong Plans to Expel a Financial Times Editor

Victor Mallet, the Asia news editor of The Financial Times.
Two Nobel Heroes, in Their Own Voices

Two Nobel Heroes, in Their Own Voices

Denis Mukwege, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, at his hospital in eastern Congo in 2010.
When Your Friend Is Your Rapist

When Your Friend Is Your Rapist

Protesting Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination on Capitol Hill on Monday.
2018 Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Yazidi Activist and Congolese Doctor

2018 Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Yazidi Activist and Congolese Doctor

Ms. Murad visiting her home village in Iraq in June 2017. It was the first time she had returned since being taken prisoner by the Islamic State in 2014.
A Father’s Photo Reignites the Conversation About Diaper Changing Stations

A Father’s Photo Reignites the Conversation About Diaper Changing Stations

Donte Palmer, 31, changing his 1-year-old son’s diaper at a restaurant in Jacksonville, Fla., last month. His online post about the experience reignited the conversation about gender equality and
With 8 Years of Job Gains, Unemployment Is Lowest Since 1969

With 8 Years of Job Gains, Unemployment Is Lowest Since 1969

Ford’s River Rouge plant in Dearborn, Mich. “I view this as the strongest labor market in a generation,” said Andrew Chamberlain, chief economist at the career site Glassdoor.