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Review: ‘John McEnroe’ Captures a Perfectly Imperfect Tennis Star

Review: ‘John McEnroe’ Captures a Perfectly Imperfect Tennis Star

John McEnroe, in his playing prime, in the documentary “John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection.”
Safe Drinking Water for All

Safe Drinking Water for All

A taped water fountain spout in 2016 at Foothill Intermediate School in Loma Rica, Calif. About one million Californians have contaminated drinking water.
At 59, a Gutsy Chef Makes Her Restaurant Debut

At 59, a Gutsy Chef Makes Her Restaurant Debut

Nasim Alikhani is the owner of Sofreh, a new Persian restaurant in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.
Cost of New E.P.A. Coal Rules: Up to 1,400 More Deaths a Year

Cost of New E.P.A. Coal Rules: Up to 1,400 More Deaths a Year

A power plant in Cheshire, Ohio. The mortality numbers for the Trump administration plan are calculated using a modeling system reviewed by the National Academy of Sciences.
A Movie That Creeps to Its Own Choreographic Beat

A Movie That Creeps to Its Own Choreographic Beat

Brian Rogers, artistic director of the Chocolate Factory, at a barn belonging to the church in Stuyvesant, N.Y., where he lived for about a year feeling haunted. He’s turned that experience into a
Ex-Nazi Guard in U.S., Now 95, Is Deported to Germany

Ex-Nazi Guard in U.S., Now 95, Is Deported to Germany

Jakiw Palij in Queens in 2003. He is believed to have been the last surviving Nazi war crimes suspect living in the United States.
California Today: California Today: A New York Staple Is Coming to Los Angeles

California Today: California Today: A New York Staple Is Coming to Los Angeles

Breaking news coverage on NY1, a local cable news staple in New York. Now, Spectrum is planning a similar operation in Los Angeles.
Paris Jackson Apologizes for Harper’s Bazaar Cover in Singapore, Where Gay Rights Lag

Paris Jackson Apologizes for Harper’s Bazaar Cover in Singapore, Where Gay Rights Lag

Paris Jackson at the premiere for the movie “Gringo” in Los Angeles in March.
Microsoft, Primary Election, E.P.A.: Your Tuesday Briefing

Microsoft, Primary Election, E.P.A.: Your Tuesday Briefing

A protester atop a tank during the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968. The incursion, which began 50 years ago today, laid bare the totalitarian nature of the Communist regime.
Show Us Your Wall: In This Collector’s Orbit, Artists Bearing Gifts and Trades

Show Us Your Wall: In This Collector’s Orbit, Artists Bearing Gifts and Trades

Fred Tomaselli in his living room with Tom Friedman’s “Untitled (Dollar Bill).”
The Conversation: When Power Corrupts

The Conversation: When Power Corrupts

A statuette of the Virgin Mary inside a house in front of St. Charles Borromeo Church in Ashland, Pa.
Fixes: A New Deal for Refugees

Fixes: A New Deal for Refugees

A woman carrying water at the Thainkhali camp for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
Why Lula Should Be Allowed to Run for President

Why Lula Should Be Allowed to Run for President

An image of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was displayed during a news conference this month to announce support for his candidacy by an alliance of the Workers Party and the Communist Party of Brazil.
Simple Desk Improvements That Make an Open Office Easier to Bear

Simple Desk Improvements That Make an Open Office Easier to Bear

Open-floorplan offices are supposed to improve communication, but instead leave workers feeling exposed, overstimulated, and lacking privacy. Here are a few things that may help.