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Trump Accuses China of Interfering in Midterm Elections

Trump Accuses China of Interfering in Midterm Elections

President Trump told the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday that the Chinese “do not want me or us to win, because I am the first president to ever challenge China on trade.”
Trump Vows to Release Mideast Peace Plan Within 4 Months

Trump Vows to Release Mideast Peace Plan Within 4 Months

President Trump met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel on Wednesday in New York.
The Amazon on the Brink

The Amazon on the Brink

Deforestation in Maranhão State in northeastern Brazil. Brazil lost 2,682 square miles of Amazonian forests in 2017.
Critic's Notebook: The Existential Void of the Pop-Up ‘Experience’

Critic's Notebook: The Existential Void of the Pop-Up ‘Experience’

At the Rosé Mansion, guests may find themselves spending a lot of time waiting.
The Latest Attack on Islam: It’s Not a Religion

The Latest Attack on Islam: It’s Not a Religion

Muslims performing the last Tarawih prayer of the holy month of Ramadan at a mosque in Washington in June.
Sondheim and the City: In a Rethought ‘Company,’ a Woman Wavers

Sondheim and the City: In a Rethought ‘Company,’ a Woman Wavers

Marianne Elliott, right, directs a reimagined “Company,” starring, from left, Rosalie Craig and Patti LuPone.
U.N. General Assembly: Trump Chairs Security Council Meeting

U.N. General Assembly: Trump Chairs Security Council Meeting

China’s foreign affairs minister, Wang Yi, right, at the Security Council briefing.
Chasing the Deal: Seven Seaside Getaways for This Fall

Chasing the Deal: Seven Seaside Getaways for This Fall

Visitors to UXUA Casa Hotel & Spa in Trancoso, Brazil, enjoy access to some of the country’s most beautiful beaches, steps from the hotel’s luxury accommodations.
Kurt Vile, Indie Rock’s Charming Riddle

Kurt Vile, Indie Rock’s Charming Riddle

Kurt Vile will release “Bottle It In,” an album of ramshackle songs and quizzical lyrics that’s his most consistent to date, in October.
She Was Called a Hero for Helping Fellow Refugees. Doing So Got Her Arrested.

She Was Called a Hero for Helping Fellow Refugees. Doing So Got Her Arrested.

Sarah Mardini, left, and her sister, Yusra, receiving awards in Germany in 2016. They fled Syria the year before, using their swimming skills to guide an overloaded dinghy to safety.
Review: ‘Night School’ Has Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish and a Few Laughs

Review: ‘Night School’ Has Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish and a Few Laughs

Tiffany Haddish plays a teacher and Kevin Hart a returning adult student in the comedy “Night School.”
Review: ‘Murphy Brown’ Returns, Not for the Better

Review: ‘Murphy Brown’ Returns, Not for the Better

Twenty years later, Candice Bergen returns as Murphy Brown to denounce the current political climate.
California Today: California Today: For Jerry Brown, the Past Informs the Future

California Today: California Today: For Jerry Brown, the Past Informs the Future

Gov. Jerry Brown, center, spoke with the author Miriam Pawel and Kai Bird, left, the executive director of the Leon Levy Center for Biography, at the City University of New York on Tuesday.
Is Merkel to Blame for Brexit?

Is Merkel to Blame for Brexit?

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany talking in 2013 with an immigrant from Kosovo who had become a job trainee in Leinfelden-Echterdingen.
E.P.A. Places the Head of Its Office of Children’s Health on Leave

E.P.A. Places the Head of Its Office of Children’s Health on Leave

The Environmental Protection Agency's headquarters in Washington in July. On Tuesday, the E.P.A. placed Dr. Ruth Etzel, the head of its Office of Children’s Health Protection, on administrative leave.