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Who Was Shakespeare’s Muse? A Black Woman, This Play Imagines

Who Was Shakespeare’s Muse? A Black Woman, This Play Imagines

From left: Vinette Robinson, Leah Harvey and Clare Perkins, who share the title role in “Emilia” at Shakespeare’s Globe in London. The play imagines the identity of the “Dark Lady” in Shakespeare’s
California Today: California Today: An Indictment Reveals a Pitfall in the Top-Two Primary System

California Today: California Today: An Indictment Reveals a Pitfall in the Top-Two Primary System

Representative Duncan Hunter of California, right, with his wife, Margaret, and Representative John Boehner of Ohio in 2011.
Air Pollution Is Shortening Your Life. Here’s How Much.

Air Pollution Is Shortening Your Life. Here’s How Much.

A power plant in Cheshire, Ohio. Worldwide, outdoor air pollution reduces the average life span at birth by one year.
Singapore Says ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Author Skipped Military Service

Singapore Says ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Author Skipped Military Service

The author Kevin Kwan at this month’s premiere in Hollywood for “Crazy Rich Asians.”
Donald Trump, Duncan Hunter, Hawaii: Your Wednesday Briefing

Donald Trump, Duncan Hunter, Hawaii: Your Wednesday Briefing

Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former personal lawyer, said in court on Tuesday that he had made illegal payments to two women in 2016 “in coordination with and at the direction of a candidate for
Can Michael Cohen Bring Down Trump?

Can Michael Cohen Bring Down Trump?

Michael D. Cohen leaving federal court in New York on Tuesday.
Republicans Urge Embattled Incumbents to Speak Out on Trump

Republicans Urge Embattled Incumbents to Speak Out on Trump

Representative Jerrold Nadler of New York, the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, in June in Washington. “This is getting deeper and deeper, and it’s going to get more and more serious,”
For the U.S. Open, It’s 40 Years in Flushing Meadows, and Still Missing Forest Hills

For the U.S. Open, It’s 40 Years in Flushing Meadows, and Still Missing Forest Hills

A view across the stone eagle at the top of the stadium at the West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, with the grass courts in the distance, during the U.S. Open in the the 1970s.
Ice on the Surface of the Moon? Almost Certainly, New Research Shows

Ice on the Surface of the Moon? Almost Certainly, New Research Shows

New research suggests there is ice water up there, in craters at the poles where it’s dark and cold.
Netherlands Dispatch: Fighting Dementia With Memories of Childhood and Happy Times

Netherlands Dispatch: Fighting Dementia With Memories of Childhood and Happy Times

Willy Briggen, who is in an advanced stage of dementia, lives in a home in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Images of nature are projected on the ceiling of her room to calm her.
Tech Fix: Samsung’s Galaxy Note9: Too Much Phone for Most of Us

Tech Fix: Samsung’s Galaxy Note9: Too Much Phone for Most of Us

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 has new features like the ability to convert the phone into a personal computer. It also has a bold new starting price: $999.99.
News Analysis: Cohen and Manafort Are in Deeper Legal Trouble. Mueller Could Benefit.

News Analysis: Cohen and Manafort Are in Deeper Legal Trouble. Mueller Could Benefit.

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, may seek information from President Trump’s former campaign chairman, who was convicted for fraud, and his former lawyer, who pleaded guilty to breaking
The Stone: We Are Not Born Human

The Stone: We Are Not Born Human

A man reads a Bible while walking in Herald Square in New York.
Heads Up: A Teetotaler’s Guide to Sonoma County

Heads Up: A Teetotaler’s Guide to Sonoma County

Touring the flower and produce gardens at Lynmar Estate in Sebastopol is part of the growing wellness culture of Sonoma County.
Trump’s New Pollution Rules Still Won’t Save the Coal Industry

Trump’s New Pollution Rules Still Won’t Save the Coal Industry

President Trump entering a rally on Tuesday in Charleston, W.Va., where his promises to support the coal industry have been popular even though his administration predicts its continued decline.