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Puberty for the Middle-Aged

Puberty for the Middle-Aged

Gwyneth Paltrow, 46, spoke about perimenopause in a video from her company Goop last month.
CNN’s Jim Acosta Has Press Pass Restored by White House

CNN’s Jim Acosta Has Press Pass Restored by White House

A dispute over a White House press pass for the CNN correspondent Jim Acosta developed into a test of press freedoms in the Trump era.
Fighting the Spiritual Void

Fighting the Spiritual Void

A veteran of deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder.
NASA Mars 2020 Rover Gets a Landing Site: A Crater That Contained a Lake

NASA Mars 2020 Rover Gets a Landing Site: A Crater That Contained a Lake

After a five-year search, NASA scientists chose the Jezero Crater delta as the landing site for the next Mars rover, which is expected to launch next summer.
The New Economy and the Trump Rump

The New Economy and the Trump Rump

A billboard in West Des Moines, Iowa, in January 2016.
Chicago Hospital Shooting Leaves 4 Dead

Chicago Hospital Shooting Leaves 4 Dead

Police officers on Monday outside Mercy Hospital in Chicago, where the authorities said a shooting took place.
Nonfiction: John Adams on Debussy, the First Modernist

Nonfiction: John Adams on Debussy, the First Modernist

Debussy at the piano in the home of the composer Ernest Chausson (who is turning the pages), 1893.
In Mississippi, Issues of Race Complicate a Senate Election

In Mississippi, Issues of Race Complicate a Senate Election

Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith at an election night party in Jackson, Miss., this month. She has all but vanished from the campaign trail ahead of a debate with her Democratic opponent on Tuesday.
No More Laughs as White House Correspondents’ Dinner Turns to a Historian

No More Laughs as White House Correspondents’ Dinner Turns to a Historian

Ron Chernow, the historian and biographer of Alexander Hamilton and John Rockefeller, will speak on the First Amendment.
On College Football: The College Football Playoff Has More Contenders, and Quandaries, Than Ever

On College Football: The College Football Playoff Has More Contenders, and Quandaries, Than Ever

The Michigan Wolverines are headed to face Ohio State, and a win would put them on track for the playoff — or not.
Former Ohio Judge Who Beat His Wife Is Arrested in Her Stabbing Death

Former Ohio Judge Who Beat His Wife Is Arrested in Her Stabbing Death

Lance Mason, a former Ohio judge, served nine months in prison for beating his wife in 2014. He was arrested this weekend on suspicion of fatally stabbing her.
Critic’s Notebook:  A 21st-Century Renaissance for Ford Foundation Landmark

Critic’s Notebook: A 21st-Century Renaissance for Ford Foundation Landmark

The Ford Foundation headquarters is reopening after its renovation. Offices that had been rabbit warrens have had walls removed, clearing views straight through the site.
Andrew Fitzgerald, Who Saved Men From a Storm-Sundered Ship, Dies at 87

Andrew Fitzgerald, Who Saved Men From a Storm-Sundered Ship, Dies at 87

Andrew Fitzgerald at the Coast Guard station at Chatham Light on Cape Cod in 2014. He was the last survivor of a crew that rescued 32 seamen from raging seas six miles off the coast there, on the
The Secret of Amazon’s Success

The Secret of Amazon’s Success

An Amazon distribution center in Carteret, N.J. Amazon retains its profits to reinvest in its business and employees rather than handing them out to shareholders.