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Review: Puttin’ on the Pathos in a Tribute to Irving Berlin

Review: Puttin’ on the Pathos in a Tribute to Irving Berlin

“Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin” is a one-man biographical show set during the holiday immortalized by the composer’s “White Christmas.”
Hunters of Man-Eating Tigress Can Shoot to Kill, Indian Court Rules

Hunters of Man-Eating Tigress Can Shoot to Kill, Indian Court Rules

Tiger cubs in the Indian state of Maharashtra. A hunt for a 5-year-old tigress believed to have killed 13 people is expected to start this week.
Plunder My Songbook, Bob Dylan Said. So He Did.

Plunder My Songbook, Bob Dylan Said. So He Did.

The playwright and director Conor McPherson playing his guitar at the Public Theater, where his “Girl From the North Country” will open on Oct. 1.
The Education of Amandla Stenberg

The Education of Amandla Stenberg

The actress says her activism “creates this impression of seriousness or that I won’t make mistakes, and that’s daunting, because I’m not always serious, and of course I’ll make mistakes.”
California Today: California Today: Who Owns the Risk for Earthquakes?

California Today: California Today: Who Owns the Risk for Earthquakes?

San Francisco’s density could contribute to vulnerability in a big quake. Only 13 percent of California homeowners have earthquake insurance.
A First for New York: New Conductors at the Met Opera and Philharmonic

A First for New York: New Conductors at the Met Opera and Philharmonic

Yannick Nézet-Séguin, seen here at the Metropolitan Opera in February, leads three productions with the company this season as its new music director.
Duterte Dares Military Officers to Rebel Amid Standoff Over Senator’s Arrest

Duterte Dares Military Officers to Rebel Amid Standoff Over Senator’s Arrest

A Philippine Army ceremony in March, with President Rodrigo Duterte’s image on a video screen. The military’s top commander denied this week that there were “rumblings” of discontent in the force.
Hurricane Florence Live Updates: More Evacuations as ‘Monster’ Storm Looms

Hurricane Florence Live Updates: More Evacuations as ‘Monster’ Storm Looms

Johnnie Mercer’s Pier in Wrightsville Beach, N.C., on Tuesday. Hurricane Florence is expected to make landfall in the area this week.
South Korean Leader Urges ‘Bold Decisions’ on North’s Denuclearization

South Korean Leader Urges ‘Bold Decisions’ on North’s Denuclearization

A peace rally in Seoul, South Korea, in June. President Moon Jae-in of South Korea has called on President Trump and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, to resuscitate the stalled dialogue between
If the Regime Comes Here, Everyone Will Be Targeted

If the Regime Comes Here, Everyone Will Be Targeted

A drawing by one of the authors of people watching fighter planes fly above Idlib, Syria, which is controlled by forces opposed to President Bashar al-Assad.
The Conversation: Boring Is the New Black

The Conversation: Boring Is the New Black

Vice President Mike Pence, who's fond of the word "lodestar," with President Trump at the White House last month.
New York Today: New York Today: Closing Rikers and Marijuana Enforcement

New York Today: New York Today: Closing Rikers and Marijuana Enforcement

From closing Rikers Island to police reform — a look at the range of changes in New York’s criminal justice system that we’ll be reporting on in the coming months.
Your Tuesday News Briefing: Hurricane Florence, Syria, Serena Williams Cartoon

Your Tuesday News Briefing: Hurricane Florence, Syria, Serena Williams Cartoon

A display of 2,997 flags in Malibu, Calif., to commemorate the victims of the terrorist attacks on this day in 2001.
Here’s What to Watch in New Hampshire’s Primary Election

Here’s What to Watch in New Hampshire’s Primary Election

Democratic candidates for the First Congressional District debated at St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., last week.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Gives Les Moonves (His Boss) a Shove Out the Door

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Gives Les Moonves (His Boss) a Shove Out the Door

Stephen Colbert bid good riddance to Les Moonves, the CBS chief forced out after new sexual harassment allegations surfaced.
Fight to Retake Last ISIS Territory in Syria Begins

Fight to Retake Last ISIS Territory in Syria Begins

The Islamic State was driven out of Raqqa, Syria, but at a heavy price. This is how the city looked last June.
Primary Season Was Full of Surprises. Here’s Why the Polls Missed Some of Them.

Primary Season Was Full of Surprises. Here’s Why the Polls Missed Some of Them.

In several races this year, polls have failed to capture the energy behind a progressive insurgent. We asked four experts why.
The 52 Places Traveler: The 52 Places Traveler: Finding the Real Prague

The 52 Places Traveler: The 52 Places Traveler: Finding the Real Prague

Clockwise from top right: Swans on the Vltava River next to the Saturday morning Naplavka Farmers’ Market; sunset from Riegrovy Sady Park; Anezska Street in the Old Town; the Charles Bridge looking