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San Francisco Officials to Tech Workers: Buy Your Lunch

San Francisco Officials to Tech Workers: Buy Your Lunch

A grocery store and food court, the Market, downstairs from Twitter’s offices in San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood. A proposed ordinance would ban employee cafeterias in new buildings,
Critic’s Notebook: The Next Wave of Dance Films, Made on Your Phone, Is Here

Critic’s Notebook: The Next Wave of Dance Films, Made on Your Phone, Is Here

Donald C. Shorter in Raven Jackson’s “A Guide to Breathing Underwater,” which makes good use of multiple locations. Mr. Shorter is credited with the concept and the choreography.
A Timeline of MoviePass’s Bumpy History

A Timeline of MoviePass’s Bumpy History

With customers complaining of outages and its stock price dropping, MoviePass on Tuesday announced it was raising the cost of subscriptions.
John Kelly Tells Aides He Will Remain White House Chief of Staff Through 2020

John Kelly Tells Aides He Will Remain White House Chief of Staff Through 2020

Rumors that John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, would soon leave his position had persisted for months.
Books News: Meet the YouTube Stars Turning Viewers Into Readers

Books News: Meet the YouTube Stars Turning Viewers Into Readers

“That’s the thing about BookTube,” said Jesse George. “If you’re not a big reader, it inspires you to become one.” Mr. George (bottom row, third from right) and other BookTubers at BookCon in May.
My Sister Disowned Me on State TV

My Sister Disowned Me on State TV

The Iranian writer and journalist Masih Alinejad in New York.
How Trump Could Be Like Reagan

How Trump Could Be Like Reagan

A steel tube being made in Düsseldorf, Germany. Zero-tariff deals with the European Union and other trading partners would put America in a much stronger position, argue Stephen Moore, Arthur B.
Ex-Penn State Fraternity Member Sentenced to House Arrest in Hazing Death

Ex-Penn State Fraternity Member Sentenced to House Arrest in Hazing Death

Ryan Burke, left, a former fraternity brother at Penn State University, and his lawyer, Philip Masorti, on June 13. Mr. Burke had just pleaded guilty to hazing and alcohol-related offenses in the
Field Notes: If You Thought the Wedding Was Fun, You’ll Love the Movie

Field Notes: If You Thought the Wedding Was Fun, You’ll Love the Movie

In Focus Studios of Coral Gables, Fla., hosts parties for newly married couples to view their wedding photos, musical soundtrack included. The company shows 900 to 1,400 photos at the viewing parties,

ScienceTake: Lassie Got Help, Would Your Dog?

Dogs with an opportunity to free a distressed owner turned in a mixed performance.
The New Health Care: Shopping for Health Care Simply Doesn’t Work. So What Might?

The New Health Care: Shopping for Health Care Simply Doesn’t Work. So What Might?

On the way to their M.R.I.s, patients drive by an average of six other places where the procedure could have been done more cheaply, a study suggests.
Ordinary Iranians on Trump Talks Offer: ‘Why Not Try the Americans?’

Ordinary Iranians on Trump Talks Offer: ‘Why Not Try the Americans?’

People walking in Tehran. The Iranian currency, the rial, has lost 80 percent of its value during the past year — and nearly 20 percent just in the past few days.
Zimbabwe Elections, Mostly Peaceful, Bring Voters Out in Droves

Zimbabwe Elections, Mostly Peaceful, Bring Voters Out in Droves

Observers checking votes at a polling station in a suburb of Harare, the Zimbabwean capital, on Monday.
The Freshest Ideas Are in Small Grocery Stores

The Freshest Ideas Are in Small Grocery Stores

Two volunteers stock the shelves at DMG Foods, a nonprofit grocery store in Baltimore that is run by the Salvation Army.
Stephen F. Austin Defended Slavery. Should the Texas Capital Be Renamed?

Stephen F. Austin Defended Slavery. Should the Texas Capital Be Renamed?

Tourists took pictures in front of a popular mural in Austin this year. The city is named for Stephen F. Austin, a Virginia-born businessman who defended slavery.
Paul Manafort’s Defense Team Opens Trial by Blaming Associates

Paul Manafort’s Defense Team Opens Trial by Blaming Associates

Protesters were outside as Paul Manafort’s trial began in Alexandria, Va., on Tuesday.
Catholic Church Faces Reckoning in Chile as Sex Abuse Scandal Widens

Catholic Church Faces Reckoning in Chile as Sex Abuse Scandal Widens

A protester held a sign reading “No More Bishops Covering Up” during a Mass in Santiago this month.
They Stole a Shark in a Baby Stroller and Briefly Got Away With It

They Stole a Shark in a Baby Stroller and Briefly Got Away With It

Miss Helen, a horn shark stolen from the San Antonio Aquarium, was returned after the police found her in a private home.