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Would You Hire Kavanaugh?

Would You Hire Kavanaugh?

The Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh as he began his testimony on Thursday.
Art Review: At 7 Art Galleries, the Ecstatic Flow of Paint and the Stories It Can Tell

Art Review: At 7 Art Galleries, the Ecstatic Flow of Paint and the Stories It Can Tell

At the Mnuchin Gallery, an untitled Ed Clark painting, with “magnifying impasto and brushwork in piled-up strokes that seem to squirm on the surface,” Roberta Smith writes.
China Censors Bad Economic News Amid Signs of Slower Growth

China Censors Bad Economic News Amid Signs of Slower Growth

A market on the outskirts of Harbin, China. Negative economic news could undermine the careful message that Chinese officials have tried to transmit to the public in recent months.
On Washington: Republicans See Kavanaugh and the Court as Worth the Risk

On Washington: Republicans See Kavanaugh and the Court as Worth the Risk

Republican senators on the Judiciary Committee listened to Christine Blasey Ford on Thursday testify about her accusations of sexual assault against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh.
A Bitter Nominee, Questions of Neutrality, and a Damaged Supreme Court

A Bitter Nominee, Questions of Neutrality, and a Damaged Supreme Court

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s testimony raised questions about his neutrality and temperament, threatening the already fragile reputation of the Supreme Court as an institution devoted to law rather than
The New Old Age: In the Nursing Home, Empty Beds and Quiet Halls

The New Old Age: In the Nursing Home, Empty Beds and Quiet Halls

Patrick Crump, chief executive of the nonprofit Morningside Ministries, at Chandler Estate, a nursing home in San Antonio. The facility closed this year.
Trudeau Reached Out to Mexico’s President to Help Save Nafta

Trudeau Reached Out to Mexico’s President to Help Save Nafta

Workers load blue agave hearts into an oven for distillation to make tequila at a factory in Mexico. The Mexican government will release text of a bilateral trade deal with the United States on
In ‘The Mile-Long Opera,’ All the High Line’s a Stage

In ‘The Mile-Long Opera,’ All the High Line’s a Stage

The composer David Lang, in green, with the architect Liz Diller, his partner in creating "The Mile-Long Opera," a work for 1,000 singers on the High Line in New York.
The ‘Tight Rope’ of Testifying While Female

The ‘Tight Rope’ of Testifying While Female

Christine Blasey Ford shaking hands with Rachel Mitchell, a sex crimes prosecutor, after the hearing on Thursday.
House Republicans to Meet Privately With Rod Rosenstein

House Republicans to Meet Privately With Rod Rosenstein

House Republicans plan to meet privately with Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein.
Neil Armstrong Walked on the Moon. To These Boys, He Was Just Dad.

Neil Armstrong Walked on the Moon. To These Boys, He Was Just Dad.

In July 1969, this copy of Newsweek magazine with Neil Armstrong on the cover was sent to the Armstrong household. It is one of about 800 items that will be auctioned in November.
Facebook Security Breach Exposes Accounts of 50 Million Users

Facebook Security Breach Exposes Accounts of 50 Million Users

One of the challenges for Facebook’s chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is convincing users that the company handles their data responsibly.
Duncan Hunter Airs Ad Suggesting Opponent Is Terrorist Sympathizer

Duncan Hunter Airs Ad Suggesting Opponent Is Terrorist Sympathizer

Representative Duncan Hunter, who was indicted last month on charges of misusing campaign funds, has come out with a new attack ad.
In Austria’s Art Scene, the Ideas Are Big (but the Turnout Isn’t)

In Austria’s Art Scene, the Ideas Are Big (but the Turnout Isn’t)

“Withdrawing Adolf Hitler from a Private Space,” a newly commissioned work by the Berlin-based artist Yoshinori Niwa that is one of the more provocative pieces at the Steirischer Herbst festival in
Doubts Mount in Botswana Over Charity’s Claim of Elephant ‘Poaching Frenzy’

Doubts Mount in Botswana Over Charity’s Claim of Elephant ‘Poaching Frenzy’

Elephants in northern Botswana this month. The charity Elephants Without Borders has been accused of exaggerating the poaching problem to try to influence the country’s government.
Five Weeknight Dishes: Fast Favorites

Five Weeknight Dishes: Fast Favorites

Roasted chicken with potatoes, arugula and garlic yogurt.
S.E.C. Goes After Musk With Its ‘Ultimate’ Penalty. Here’s Who Else Has Been Barred.

S.E.C. Goes After Musk With Its ‘Ultimate’ Penalty. Here’s Who Else Has Been Barred.

The S.E.C's focus is Elon Musks's tweet: “Am considering taking Tesla private at $420. Funding secured.”
City Kitchen: A Delicate Treatment for a Just-as-Delicate Fish

City Kitchen: A Delicate Treatment for a Just-as-Delicate Fish

Ready in minutes, this pan-seared flounder with a brown-butter sauce is finished with parsley and tarragon.
To Get to the Boston Marathon, Run Faster, and Faster

To Get to the Boston Marathon, Run Faster, and Faster

The Boston Marathon just got a lot harder to get into.