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In Defense of the Country Lawyer

In Defense of the Country Lawyer

Attorney General Jeff Sessions at a cabinet meeting in May.
New ‘Popular’ Oscar Scrapped by Film Academy for 2019

New ‘Popular’ Oscar Scrapped by Film Academy for 2019

Chadwick Boseman in “Black Panther.” After the Oscars announced that a new category would recognize “popular” films, there was grumbling that it could be given as a sop to a movie like “Black
Stirred by Sexual Abuse Report, States Take On Catholic Church

Stirred by Sexual Abuse Report, States Take On Catholic Church

The New York State attorney general, Barbara Underwood, has launched an investigation into whether Roman Catholic institutions covered up allegations of sexual abuse of minors.
How Michigan Became the Epicenter of the Modernist Experiment

How Michigan Became the Epicenter of the Modernist Experiment

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Sara and Melvyn Smith House, in the Michigan suburb of Bloomfield Hills. The house was recently gifted to the Cranbrook Educational Community (which includes the Academy of Art).
Cincinnati Gunman Kills Three and Is Fatally Shot by Police

Cincinnati Gunman Kills Three and Is Fatally Shot by Police

The authorities responded to a shooting at the Fifth Third Center building in downtown Cincinnati on Thursday morning.
Richard M. DeVos, Amway Co-Founder and G.O.P. Stalwart, Dies at 92

Richard M. DeVos, Amway Co-Founder and G.O.P. Stalwart, Dies at 92

Richard M. DeVos in 2007. He turned the privately owned Amway Corporation into a global enterprise with more than $6 billion in annual revenue.
The 25th Amendment: The Difficult Process to Remove a President

The 25th Amendment: The Difficult Process to Remove a President

President Trump during a cabinet meeting in May. The fourth section of the 25th Amendment provides a multistep process for the vice president and cabinet officials to declare that the president is
Review: ‘Peppermint’ Is Neither Sweet Nor Good

Review: ‘Peppermint’ Is Neither Sweet Nor Good

Jeff Harlan, left, and Jennifer Garner in a scene from "Peppermint."
In the 1950s, a Jewish Family Fled Egypt. Their Brooklyn Bakery Offers a Taste of That World.

In the 1950s, a Jewish Family Fled Egypt. Their Brooklyn Bakery Offers a Taste of That World.

The history of Josiane Mansoura’s family business can be traced to Aleppo, Syria, in the 18th century.
Hungry City: At Seasoned Vegan, Soul Food That Never Harmed a Soul

Hungry City: At Seasoned Vegan, Soul Food That Never Harmed a Soul

The restaurant specializes in vegan soul food and sees no contradiction between those terms.
The N.F.L. Struggles to Tackle Its Latest Problem: Tackling

The N.F.L. Struggles to Tackle Its Latest Problem: Tackling

The N.F.L. is trying to limit helmet-to-helmet contact by penalizing players who lead with their head.
Beside Cynthia Nixon, a Potential First Lady to Blaze a Trail of Her Own

Beside Cynthia Nixon, a Potential First Lady to Blaze a Trail of Her Own

As the wife of a celebrity, Christine Marinoni said she had perfected the art of dodging attention.
Democrats Grilling Kavanaugh Have Their Eyes on 2020

Democrats Grilling Kavanaugh Have Their Eyes on 2020

Senator Kamala Harris questioned Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing on Wednesday.
The Week in Good News: Environmentally Friendly Lego, Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers, Digital Braille

The Week in Good News: Environmentally Friendly Lego, Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers, Digital Braille

The pieces making up these (very cool) dinosaurs have barely changed in more than 50 years.
Silicon Valley Jumps Into the Fitness Business, and It Will Cost You

Silicon Valley Jumps Into the Fitness Business, and It Will Cost You

Nate Bosshard, the chief marketing officer of Tonal, working out on the San Francisco start-up’s wall-mounted machine.
Review: Tracing the Rise and Fall of the Director Hal Ashby

Review: Tracing the Rise and Fall of the Director Hal Ashby

The director Hal Ashby, as seen in the documentary “Hal,” directed by Amy Scott.