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Critic’s Pick: Vietnam, Through the Eyes of Artists

Critic’s Pick: Vietnam, Through the Eyes of Artists

A detail of Leon Golub’s “Vietnam II” (1973), at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Editors’ Choice: 9 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
Man Suspected in Nipsey Hussle Shooting Is Charged With Murder

Man Suspected in Nipsey Hussle Shooting Is Charged With Murder

A memorial in front of The Marathon Clothing, in Los Angeles.
Militia Advances on Libyan Capital, Raising Prospect of Renewed Civil War

Militia Advances on Libyan Capital, Raising Prospect of Renewed Civil War

Members of forces loyal to Gen. Khalifa Hifter seized one of Libya’s largest oil fields, Sharara, in February. That attack now appears to have been the beginning of a march toward Tripoli.

How to Tap Less on Your Phone (but Get More Done)

Most of us spend hours each day tapping the glass of our smartphones. But what if you could do just as much — maybe more — and give your fingers a break?
N.Y. Attorney General Sues Manhattan Stem Cell Clinic, Citing Rogue Therapies

N.Y. Attorney General Sues Manhattan Stem Cell Clinic, Citing Rogue Therapies

Letitia James, the New York attorney general, filed a lawsuit against a Manhattan stem cell clinic as federal scrutiny intensifies over the largely unregulated industry.
Trump Tweets Doctored Video Mocking Joe Biden

Trump Tweets Doctored Video Mocking Joe Biden

Some Democrats view Joseph R. Biden Jr., who is widely expected to join the 2020 presidential race soon, as the most formidable challenger to President Trump.
Boycott Israel’s Election? A Palestinian Rapper Says No

Boycott Israel’s Election? A Palestinian Rapper Says No

The rapper Tamer Nafar, right, with the director of the autobiographical film “Junction 48,” Udi Aloni, in 2017.
Big City: In a Playground for the 1 Percent, an Arts Center for the Rest of Us

Big City: In a Playground for the 1 Percent, an Arts Center for the Rest of Us

The Shed: Paid for by the wealthy, programmed for the people. At least for now.
De Blasio Wouldn’t Say Who Was Hosting His Boston Fund-Raiser. We Found Out.

De Blasio Wouldn’t Say Who Was Hosting His Boston Fund-Raiser. We Found Out.

Mayor Bill de Blasio will attend a fund-raiser in Boston on Friday, and then head to Nevada to meet with local Democrats as he continues to explore a run for president.
Body Found in Storage Unit Is Identified as Missing Teacher. Her Husband Is Charged With Murder.

Body Found in Storage Unit Is Identified as Missing Teacher. Her Husband Is Charged With Murder.

Law enforcement investigators at an Extra Space Storage location in Staten Island on Thursday.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Leaders Violated Conflict-of-Interest Rules, Report Finds

Memorial Sloan Kettering Leaders Violated Conflict-of-Interest Rules, Report Finds

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manattan. The center announced an overhaul of its policies on Thursday after an outside review found that top officials repeatedly violated
Shaken? Stirred? Sorry, Your Martini Has Already Been Mixed

Shaken? Stirred? Sorry, Your Martini Has Already Been Mixed

The stash of premixed cocktails in the freezer at Abigail Hall, a new restaurant in Portland, Ore.
Belgium Apologizes for Kidnapping Children From African Colonies

Belgium Apologizes for Kidnapping Children From African Colonies

Prime Minister Charles Michel of Belgium, center, after delivering a speech Thursday apologizing for the country’s actions toward mixed-race children in Central Africa.
Trump Says He Wants Herman Cain, Former Pizza Executive, for Fed Board

Trump Says He Wants Herman Cain, Former Pizza Executive, for Fed Board

President Trump is considering nominating Herman Cain, a former Republican presidential candidate, for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board.