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Saturday Profile: Rapper Translates U.K.’s Angry Underprivileged for the Middle and Upper Classes

Saturday Profile: Rapper Translates U.K.’s Angry Underprivileged for the Middle and Upper Classes

Darren McGarvey said his upbringing in Glasgow gave him an understanding of violence and its expressive functions.
Trump Blasts Fed, China and Europe for Putting U.S. Economy at a Disadvantage

Trump Blasts Fed, China and Europe for Putting U.S. Economy at a Disadvantage

President Trump criticized the European Union, China and the Federal Reserve, saying they were all putting America at an economic disadvantage. His comments about the Fed again break with longstanding
How Financial Products Drive Today’s Art World

How Financial Products Drive Today’s Art World

The first Christie’s Art & Tech Summit focused on blockchain’s potential for the art business.
These Aren’t Fashion Documentaries (Even if They’re About Fashion Stars)

These Aren’t Fashion Documentaries (Even if They’re About Fashion Stars)

Vivienne Westwood and her husband, Andreas Kronthaler, on a Greenpeace mission in the documentary “Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist.”
This Artist Wants You to Look Up and Savor a Balloon Rainbow

This Artist Wants You to Look Up and Savor a Balloon Rainbow

The outdoor installation by the artist Jihan Zencirli, a.k.a. Geronimo, hangs above an outdoor bar at Pier 17 at South Street District.
A Family of 14 Dies in an Airstrike. U.S. Officials Deny They Were Civilians.

A Family of 14 Dies in an Airstrike. U.S. Officials Deny They Were Civilians.

The home bombed by the American military on Thursday where 14 members of a family were killed, according to Afghan officials.
As Migrant Families Reunite, Texas Border Cities Scramble to Help

As Migrant Families Reunite, Texas Border Cities Scramble to Help

Migrants at the Basilica of Our Lady of San Juan del Valle in San Juan, Tex, which like other towns in the Rio Grande Valley has become a way station for reunified families.
Hold Still, Butterflies. Britain Is Counting.

Hold Still, Butterflies. Britain Is Counting.

A butterfly at London Zoo last month. Three-quarters of the 56 species of butterflies in Britain and Ireland are in decline, according to the charity Butterfly Conservation.
A Rugby World Cup Raises Hopes for a Rugby Boom

A Rugby World Cup Raises Hopes for a Rugby Boom

Enrique Palafox of the San Francisco Golden Gate Rugby club tried to evade a tackle during a rugby sevens national championship qualifier this month.
California Today: California Today: At Merced, the Changing Face of the U.C. System

California Today: California Today: At Merced, the Changing Face of the U.C. System

U.C. Merced has attracted students from all over California, with roughly a third from the state’s northern, southern and central regions.
A Buoyant ’70s Musical About Black Lives Lands in 2018

A Buoyant ’70s Musical About Black Lives Lands in 2018

Micki Grant, in a rehearsal room at New York City Center, became the first woman to write both the music and lyrics to a Broadway musical with “Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope,” in 1972.
Big City: Fighting Back Against the War on Homeless Shelters

Big City: Fighting Back Against the War on Homeless Shelters

Christine Quinn, the head of Win, a social service agency, has faced resistance to placing homeless shelters in neighborhoods around the city. The organization runs summer programs for residents of
Field Notes: Love Is in the Air, at Terminals and on Tarmacs, Too

Field Notes: Love Is in the Air, at Terminals and on Tarmacs, Too

Chris Cueva (left) and Lou Rodriguez were married on the tarmac of the Palm Springs Air Museum in Palm Springs, Calif.
Women Ask ‘What if It Were Me?’ and Rush to Aid Separated Families

Women Ask ‘What if It Were Me?’ and Rush to Aid Separated Families

Julie Schwietert Collazo, right, initially began a campaign to get Yeni González out of immigration detention, but her efforts have expanded.
Pave Over the Subway? Cities Face Tough Bets on Driverless Cars

Pave Over the Subway? Cities Face Tough Bets on Driverless Cars

A quiet moment on the New York subway. Because it's so hard to predict the future of transit, some technologists feel a key is to keep options open by laying concrete and letting innovators design
A Health Insurer Tells Patients It Won’t Pay Their E.R. Bills, but Then Pays Them Anyway

A Health Insurer Tells Patients It Won’t Pay Their E.R. Bills, but Then Pays Them Anyway

Jason Salyers, of Ashland, Ky., had a 2015 emergency room visit claim rejected by Anthem. After an appeal, the insurer did pay, which according to a recent report is often the outcome.
Donald Trump, Missouri, ‘Mamma Mia’: Your Friday Briefing

Donald Trump, Missouri, ‘Mamma Mia’: Your Friday Briefing

President Vladimir Putin of Russia on Thursday with his foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov. President Trump said he looked forward to a second summit meeting with Mr. Putin “so that we can start
The Getaway: Museum Tours for People Who Don’t Like Museum Tours

The Getaway: Museum Tours for People Who Don’t Like Museum Tours

A Museum Hack tour at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
How James Brown Made Black Pride a Hit

How James Brown Made Black Pride a Hit

James Brown at Madison Square Garden in 1968. That year he released “Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud” is the song most popularly associated with the Black Is Beautiful movement.