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Lil Nas X Added Billy Ray Cyrus to ‘Old Town Road.’ Is It Country Enough for Billboard Now?

Lil Nas X Added Billy Ray Cyrus to ‘Old Town Road.’ Is It Country Enough for Billboard Now?

Lil Nas X’s viral hit, “Old Town Road,” was removed from Billboard’s country charts because the publication said it wasn’t country enough.
Waiting for Asylum in the United States, Migrants Live in Fear in Mexico

Waiting for Asylum in the United States, Migrants Live in Fear in Mexico

Daniela Diaz, 19, who said she was threatened with rape and death by a gang in El Salvador, is living in a shelter in Tijuana as American courts consider her asylum application.
From Disco to Techno, He’s Seen It on Sugar Hill’s Dance Floor

From Disco to Techno, He’s Seen It on Sugar Hill’s Dance Floor

When Eddie Freeman opened his discothèque in Brooklyn in 1979, he named it after the night-life section of Kinston, N.C., where he grew up. “Down at Sugar Hill was where everybody hung out,” he said.
Joe Biden Jokes About Hugging in a Speech, Then Offers a Mixed Apology

Joe Biden Jokes About Hugging in a Speech, Then Offers a Mixed Apology

“I’m sorry I didn’t understand more,” Mr. Biden said about his hugs and kisses to women over the years. “I’m not sorry for any of my intentions.”
Guantánamo Trials Grapple With How Much Evidence to Allow About Torture

Guantánamo Trials Grapple With How Much Evidence to Allow About Torture

The National Registry Office for Classified Information in Bucharest, Romania, was reportedly used as a secret C.I.A. prison from 2003 to 2006.

A Death on Video Makes Euthanasia Spain’s Issue of the Moment

With an election approaching, Spain’s prime minister promised to legalize euthanasia after watching footage of a husband helping his wife kill herself.
Seeking ‘Tougher’ Direction for ICE, Trump Withdraws His Nominee

Seeking ‘Tougher’ Direction for ICE, Trump Withdraws His Nominee

“Ron’s a good man, but we’re going in a tougher direction,” President Trump said of Ronald D. Vitiello, the acting director of ICE.

Timmothy Pitzen Hoax: Man Is Charged With Falsely Claiming to Be Missing Boy

The authorities charged Brian Rini, 23, who they say made false statements in claiming to be a boy who vanished in 2011.
Vows: A Business Trip Yields the Investment of a Lifetime

Vows: A Business Trip Yields the Investment of a Lifetime

Julian Olidort and Sivan Aloni were married April 2 at Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun in Manhattan. Ms. Aloni’s mother tuned in via Skype from her home in Israel.
Libya Is Entering Another Civil War. America Can Stop It.

Libya Is Entering Another Civil War. America Can Stop It.

In Libya, Benghazi’s Old Town lies in ruins and many areas remain mined and booby-trapped.
Trump Says Fed Should Cut Rates and Lift Economy

Trump Says Fed Should Cut Rates and Lift Economy

President Trump with Jerome Powell in 2017, after Mr. Powell was nominated to lead the Federal Reserve. Mr. Trump has repeatedly criticized Mr. Powell since installing him in the job.
Modern Monetary Theory Finds an Embrace in an Unexpected Place: Wall Street

Modern Monetary Theory Finds an Embrace in an Unexpected Place: Wall Street

Money managers, chief executives and business analysts maintain that modern monetary theory offers important insights. Far from finding it fanciful or deranged, they are using M.M.T. to build economic
New to Hulu? Here’s What to Watch

New to Hulu? Here’s What to Watch

Maya Erskine, left, and Anna Konkle in “Pen15.”
‘Shazam!’ Review: A Boy’s Supersized Alter Ego in a Sunny Superhero Flick

‘Shazam!’ Review: A Boy’s Supersized Alter Ego in a Sunny Superhero Flick

Asher Angel plays Billy Batson, the boy who can say “shazam” and turn into ... a superhero.
Knowing Natchez by Its Dead

Knowing Natchez by Its Dead

The city cemetery was established in Natchez in 1822, on 10 acres; today it spreads out over around 110.
The March Job Numbers Tell Us the Economy Is (Still) Doing Fine

The March Job Numbers Tell Us the Economy Is (Still) Doing Fine

A total of 196,000 jobs were added last month, a rebound from the February report.
Arike Ogunbowale Strives for Greater Fame. But First, Another Title.

Arike Ogunbowale Strives for Greater Fame. But First, Another Title.

Arike Ogunbowale is on the verge of the rare distinction of being an athlete so well known that they can go by just their first name.