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Mind and Body Take Center Stage at This Year’s London Design Biennale

Mind and Body Take Center Stage at This Year’s London Design Biennale

The Latvian pavilion’s interactive exhibit, “Matter to Matter,” will explore the joy of doodling in condensation.
The Last Butterfly

The Last Butterfly

The chrysalis of a monarch butterfly.
Mike Capuano Is in the Political Fight of His Life

Mike Capuano Is in the Political Fight of His Life

Representative Michael Capuano of Massachusetts, right, is seeking his 11th term. In the Democratic primary, he is being challenged by Ayanna Pressley, left, a city councilwoman in Boston.
Steve Bannon Headlines New Yorker Festival

Steve Bannon Headlines New Yorker Festival

Stephen K. Bannon, President Trump’s former chief strategist, in Washington last month. He will be interviewed by David Remnick, The New Yorker’s editor.
Review: ‘Mayans M.C.’ Motors Down a Familiar Road

Review: ‘Mayans M.C.’ Motors Down a Familiar Road

“Mayans M.C.,” the “Sons of Anarchy” sequel beginning Tuesday on FX, stars J.D. Pardo as a “prospect” in the titular biker club.
Lens: Photographs That Humanize the Immigration Debate

Lens: Photographs That Humanize the Immigration Debate

An immigrant from the Dominican Republic taking the oath of citizenship in New York in 2013.
A Year After Hurricane Harvey, Houston’s Poorest Neighborhoods Are Slowest to Recover

A Year After Hurricane Harvey, Houston’s Poorest Neighborhoods Are Slowest to Recover

The home of Monika Houston, 42, remains untouched after being gutted following Hurricane Harvey.
Myanmar Sentences Reuters Journalists to 7 Years in Prison

Myanmar Sentences Reuters Journalists to 7 Years in Prison

The Reuters journalist Wa Lone after his sentencing in Yangon, Myanmar, on Monday.
Brazil Museum Fire Threatens Hundreds of Years of History

Brazil Museum Fire Threatens Hundreds of Years of History

Firefighters battling a blaze on Sunday at the 200-year-old National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro.
Advertising: Tricky Ads From a Vitamin Company That Talks Up Openness

Advertising: Tricky Ads From a Vitamin Company That Talks Up Openness

Katerina Schneider, the chief executive of Ritual, speaking at a TechCrunch conference in 2016.
A Coveted Lawyer’s Juggling Act May Be Good, and Bad, for Trump

A Coveted Lawyer’s Juggling Act May Be Good, and Bad, for Trump

The lawyer William Burck is at the center of the two biggest dramas in the nation’s capital.
Defending Pope Francis, Vatican Allies May Strengthen Viganò’s Hand

Defending Pope Francis, Vatican Allies May Strengthen Viganò’s Hand

St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. Tensions have been high in the Vatican as Pope Francis finds himself under siege from conservatives in the church.
Was That Serena Williams in the Hotel Room Next to Mine?

Was That Serena Williams in the Hotel Room Next to Mine?

The tennis player Garbiñe Muguruza, arriving at the Pierre hotel on Friday. The day before, she had posted a photo on her Instagram account, calling it her “home.”
In Idlib, Final Offensive in Syrian War May Come at Horrific Cost

In Idlib, Final Offensive in Syrian War May Come at Horrific Cost

Syrian rebel fighters preparing last week in anticipation of an attack by government forces on Idlib Province.