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Feature: Norm Macdonald, Still in Search of the Perfect Joke

Feature: Norm Macdonald, Still in Search of the Perfect Joke

Norm Macdonald at his home in Los Angeles, with his 18-year-old cat, Kitty.
Has This Neighborhood in Seoul Figured Out the Secret to Slow Living?

Has This Neighborhood in Seoul Figured Out the Secret to Slow Living?

Many of the homes in Eunpyeong Hanok Village were built to reflect the natural terrain, such as this tearoom, its window perfectly framing a Japanese red pine tree.
A Broken Relationship and Accusations of Emotional Abuse: The Case of Keith Ellison

A Broken Relationship and Accusations of Emotional Abuse: The Case of Keith Ellison

Representative Keith Ellison and Karen Monahan in a photo posted to Ms. Monahan’s Facebook account in July 2016.
At McCain’s Memorial, Tears, Laughs and Allusions to the Man Not Invited

At McCain’s Memorial, Tears, Laughs and Allusions to the Man Not Invited

Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. spoke at the memorial service for Senator John McCain in Phoenix on Thursday.
Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen Play It (Relatively) Straight

Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen Play It (Relatively) Straight

In the new Amazon series “Forever,” Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen leave sketch comedy and outrageous characters behind.
Review: In ‘The Little Stranger,’ a Haunted House and a Fading Way of Life

Review: In ‘The Little Stranger,’ a Haunted House and a Fading Way of Life

Ruth Wilson, foreground, and Domhnall Gleeson in “The Little Stranger,” a horror film that delves into the cracking of the British class system.
The New Health Care: A Little-Known Windfall for Some Hospitals, Now Facing Big Cuts

The New Health Care: A Little-Known Windfall for Some Hospitals, Now Facing Big Cuts

A pharmacy technician in the inpatient pharmacy at the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City, which is among the many hospitals in the country in the 340B plan.
James Villas, Sharp-Tongued Food Critic, Dies at 80

James Villas, Sharp-Tongued Food Critic, Dies at 80

James Villas at La Caravelle in Manhattan in the early 2000s. He was a champion of Southern cooking and a critic of what he considered gustatory gimmickry.
Another Major Venus-Serena Showdown. In the Third Round.

Another Major Venus-Serena Showdown. In the Third Round.

Serena Williams after her second-round victory over Carina Witthöft on Wednesday.
The New New World: Customers Died. Will That Be a Wake-Up Call for China’s Tech Scene?

The New New World: Customers Died. Will That Be a Wake-Up Call for China’s Tech Scene?

An advertising poster for Didi Chuxing, the parent company of a Chinese ride-hailing service, reads, “It’s a date.” The company has been criticized for ads with such innuendo.
‘Beach With No Water’ Draws Sneers in Rome. But It Has Fans, Too.

‘Beach With No Water’ Draws Sneers in Rome. But It Has Fans, Too.

A section of the Tiberis riverside beach in Rome. The installation, which has no bathing areas, has become yet another lightning rod for dissatisfaction with the city’s governance.
In the Heart of Gentrifying Brooklyn, Nixon Finds Her Audience

In the Heart of Gentrifying Brooklyn, Nixon Finds Her Audience

The crowd at a debate watch party in Bushwick, Brooklyn, seemed heavily tilted toward favoring Cynthia Nixon, who is challenging Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the Democratic primary.
Trump Attacks CNN After Source Raises Doubts About Report on Russia Meeting

Trump Attacks CNN After Source Raises Doubts About Report on Russia Meeting

President Trump on Wednesday. He criticized CNN on Twitter, writing that the network “is being torn apart from within based on their being caught in a major lie.”
How McCain Got the Last Word Against Trump

How McCain Got the Last Word Against Trump

People paying their respects to Senator John McCain as his coffin lay in state at the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix on Wednesday.
Fact Check on Cuomo-Nixon Debate: Who Stretched the Truth?

Fact Check on Cuomo-Nixon Debate: Who Stretched the Truth?

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his Democratic rival, Cynthia Nixon, exchanged a handshake before the debate. They didn’t see eye to eye on much during the hourlong debate.