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Burberry is Done Burning Bags It Can’t Sell

Burberry is Done Burning Bags It Can’t Sell

The practice had been justified as a move to preserve Burberry’s “brand value” by preventing unwanted items being stolen or sold at a significant discount.
New York Today: New York Today: Who Will Be the Next Attorney General?

New York Today: New York Today: Who Will Be the Next Attorney General?

From left, Letitia James, Sean Patrick Maloney, Leecia Eve and Zephyr Teachout, the Democratic candidates for attorney general.
No More Grandstanding. Ask Kavanaugh Better Questions.

No More Grandstanding. Ask Kavanaugh Better Questions.

Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Tuesday at the Senate committee hearing on his nomination to the Supreme Court.
Trump and the Koch Brothers Are Working in Concert

Trump and the Koch Brothers Are Working in Concert

President Trump at a fundraiser in North Carolina last week.
Donald Trump, Brett Kavanaugh, Theranos: Your Thursday Briefing

Donald Trump, Brett Kavanaugh, Theranos: Your Thursday Briefing

President Trump sought to assert command on Wednesday after an unsigned Op-Ed in The Times claimed that “unsung heroes” in the administration were putting country before president.
Oaxaca’s Potent Secret, Mezcal Is Born of Time, Tradition and a Slow-Growing Plant

Oaxaca’s Potent Secret, Mezcal Is Born of Time, Tradition and a Slow-Growing Plant

Thomas Jamie Gonzales, a mezcal producer in Villa Sola de Vega, walking through his field of maguey espadín, the most common species of agave used for mezcal. It's easily cultivated, full of sugar and
By All Appearances, They Overcame Hurricane Harvey. Appearances Are Deceiving.

By All Appearances, They Overcame Hurricane Harvey. Appearances Are Deceiving.

The Amofa family outside of their Houston home, where the first floor was flooded during Hurricane Harvey. They are (from left) Yaw, Kris, Raechel, Jason and Joshua.
Critic’s Notebook: He Was the Visual Voice of the Village Voice

Critic’s Notebook: He Was the Visual Voice of the Village Voice

Bob Dylan, left, with Karen Dalton and Fred Neil at Cafe Wha?, shortly after Mr. Dylan moved to New York. The image is included in the new book “Fred W. McDarrah: New York Scenes.”
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Paris: On the Seine

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Paris: On the Seine

Overlooking Île St.-Louis, near the Péniche Marcounet, a narrow, century-old vessel with neo-industrial touches.
The Hunt: Finding the Right Place to Work From Home

The Hunt: Finding the Right Place to Work From Home

Waqas Jawaid and Andy Chen in their new Williamsburg, Brooklyn, apartment, where they also run their graphic design studio.
Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Says Woodward Book Isn’t a Bombshell. In Fact, Maybe Nothing Is.

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Says Woodward Book Isn’t a Bombshell. In Fact, Maybe Nothing Is.

Trevor Noah said he’s no longer surprised by the tell-all books coming out of the White House. “Obviously, all of this stuff is crazy, but at some point I think we’ve got to stop saying it’s a
Kim Jong-un Says He Wants Denuclearization Before Trump’s Current Term Ends

Kim Jong-un Says He Wants Denuclearization Before Trump’s Current Term Ends

Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader, met Wednesday in Pyongyang with the South Korean envoy Chung Eui-yong, left. Mr. Kim “made it clear that his trust in President Trump remains — and will remain —
A Darker, Deeper Jim Carrey Returns to TV With ‘Kidding’

A Darker, Deeper Jim Carrey Returns to TV With ‘Kidding’

“I don’t have a crisis anymore. I know I don’t exist.”
A Good Year for Younger Artists, Immigrant Citizens and Outrage

A Good Year for Younger Artists, Immigrant Citizens and Outrage

“Snake Baby” (2016), by Devan Shimoyama, whose solo show at the Andy Warhol Museum opens on Oct. 13.
A New Spotify Initiative Makes the Big Record Labels Nervous

A New Spotify Initiative Makes the Big Record Labels Nervous

“Licensing content does not make us a label, nor do we have any interest in becoming a label,” Daniel Ek, Spotify’s chief executive, said during an earnings call in July.
Japan Hit by Deadly Earthquake, Adding to Summer of Environmental Misery

Japan Hit by Deadly Earthquake, Adding to Summer of Environmental Misery

The site of a landslide after an earthquake struck the town of Atsuma in Hokkaido Prefecture in northern Japan on Thursday.
India Gay Sex Ban Is Struck Down. ‘Indefensible,’ Court Says.

India Gay Sex Ban Is Struck Down. ‘Indefensible,’ Court Says.

A pride march last year in New Delhi. Acceptance of gay, lesbian and transgender people has grown in India, but the law known as Section 377 discouraged countless people from coming out.