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How Robert Indiana’s Caretaker Came to Control His Artistic Legacy

How Robert Indiana’s Caretaker Came to Control His Artistic Legacy

In 1971, the O in a “LOVE” sculpture was lowered into place at the entrance to Central Park at Fifth Avenue and 60th Street.
A Push for 3-D Weapons by One of the World’s ‘Most Dangerous People’

A Push for 3-D Weapons by One of the World’s ‘Most Dangerous People’

Cody Wilson is engaged in a legal fight to distribute blueprints for printing 3-D weapons. He calls his efforts “a pretty mainline American idea.”
News of Laos Dam Failure Didn’t Reach Them, but the Water Did

News of Laos Dam Failure Didn’t Reach Them, but the Water Did

A couple and their dog floating down the flooded streets of Siem Pang, Cambodia, in a makeshift raft on Sunday.
How Influential Is Film Forum? Christopher Nolan and Others Explain

How Influential Is Film Forum? Christopher Nolan and Others Explain

The renovated Film Forum, with new seats and improved sightlines.
Mueller Passes 3 Cases Focused on Illicit Foreign Lobbying to Prosecutors in New York

Mueller Passes 3 Cases Focused on Illicit Foreign Lobbying to Prosecutors in New York

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, last year at the Capitol. He has referred three investigations into possible illicit foreign lobbying to federal prosecutors in Manhattan.
Nationals 25, Mets 4: Mets Endure Most Lopsided Defeat in Franchise History

Nationals 25, Mets 4: Mets Endure Most Lopsided Defeat in Franchise History

Jose Bautista of the New York Mets reacted during the second inning in a game against the Washington Nationals. The Mets lost the game 25-4.
After Top Executive Leaves, Billboard Confronts Its Internal Culture

After Top Executive Leaves, Billboard Confronts Its Internal Culture

John Amato left his position as chief executive of the Billboard-Hollywood Reporter Media Group earlier this month.
At Florida Rally, Trump Boasts About the Economy and Takes Aim at Usual Targets

At Florida Rally, Trump Boasts About the Economy and Takes Aim at Usual Targets

In Tampa, Fla., on Tuesday, President Trump defended his hard-line stance on immigration, calling for voter ID laws and bragging about saving “Merry Christmas” as a holiday greeting.
Massachusetts Town Loses Its Entire Police Force as All 4 Members Quit

Massachusetts Town Loses Its Entire Police Force as All 4 Members Quit

Officer Krysten Scapin, left, and Roberta Sarnacki, the interim chief of the Blandford Police Department, in a photo from the department’s Facebook page. All four members of the department in the
Review: In a Blissful Musical ‘Twelfth Night’ in Central Park, Song Is Empathy

Review: In a Blissful Musical ‘Twelfth Night’ in Central Park, Song Is Empathy

Shuler Hensley, left, as Sir Toby Belch and Nikki M. James as a disguised Viola in the Public Works production of “Twelfth Night” at the Delacorte Theater.
Tuskegee Airman’s Remains Are Identified, Ending Daughter’s Quest for Answers

Tuskegee Airman’s Remains Are Identified, Ending Daughter’s Quest for Answers

Marla Lawrence Dickson Andrews held a photograph of her father, Capt. Lawrence E. Dickson, back row, third from left, with other Tuskegee Airmen. On Friday, Ms. Andrews learned that remains found in
Chicago Chain Kept Other Hawaiian Restaurants From Using ‘Aloha Poke’ Name

Chicago Chain Kept Other Hawaiian Restaurants From Using ‘Aloha Poke’ Name

A selection of poke, a Hawaiian dish of seasoned raw fish, at a supermarket in Honolulu. A Chicago-based poke chain sent cease-and-desist letters to other restaurants using “Aloha Poke” in their
On Baseball: A Flurry of Activity as All of Baseball Chases the Red Sox

On Baseball: A Flurry of Activity as All of Baseball Chases the Red Sox

Ian Kinsler was the most notable acquisition for the Boston Red Sox in the lead-up to Tuesday’s non-waiver trade deadline.
N.R.A. Joins Questioning of Florida Sheriff in ‘Stand Your Ground’ Case

N.R.A. Joins Questioning of Florida Sheriff in ‘Stand Your Ground’ Case

Demonstrators gather in a parking lot in Clearwater, Fla., where Markeis McGlockton, 28, was shot and killed on July 19.
Charles Koch Takes On Trump. Trump Takes On Charles Koch.

Charles Koch Takes On Trump. Trump Takes On Charles Koch.

Americans for Prosperity said the group would not be supporting the Republican candidate for Senate in North Dakota, Representative Kevin Cramer, who is trying to unseat a Democratic incumbent in one