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Op-Ed Columnist: Return of the Blood Libel

Op-Ed Columnist: Return of the Blood Libel

The crowd at the Make America Great Again rally in Minnesota on Wednesday joined the president in jeering and outrage.
Chipotle Will Test a Quesadilla, and a New Strategy

Chipotle Will Test a Quesadilla, and a New Strategy

A quesadilla is among the new items Chipotle will begin experimenting with at its test kitchen in Manhattan, along with nachos, chocolate milkshakes, avocado tostados and an updated salad.
A Viewer’s Guide to ‘The Great British Baking Show’

A Viewer’s Guide to ‘The Great British Baking Show’

Contestants on Season 5 of “The Great British Baking Show” stand with that season’s judges, Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, center.
Europe Retaliates Against Trump Tariffs

Europe Retaliates Against Trump Tariffs

Daimler, the maker of Mercedes cars and S.U.V.s, could face a sales slump if China makes good on its tariff threats.
Croatia Buries Argentina’s World Cup Hopes in a Deep Hole

Croatia Buries Argentina’s World Cup Hopes in a Deep Hole

Croatia’s Luka Modric celebrated after scoring against Argentina on Thursday.
How Did We Get to the Savagery of ‘Tender Age’ Shelters?

How Did We Get to the Savagery of ‘Tender Age’ Shelters?

Casa El Presidente, a tender age shelter run by Southwest Key Programs, in Brownsville, Tex.
Critic’s Notebook: Oprah Earned This Museum Show. And It’s a Potent Spectacle.

Critic’s Notebook: Oprah Earned This Museum Show. And It’s a Potent Spectacle.

Scenes from a career: clockwise from top left, Oprah Winfrey greeting fans in 2010 in Sydney, Australia; in host mode with Nelson Mandela in 2000, a Georgia resident in 1987, and Barack Obama in 2006;
House Rejects Hard-Line Immigration Bill and Delays Vote on Compromise

House Rejects Hard-Line Immigration Bill and Delays Vote on Compromise

Speaker Paul D. Ryan on Thursday in Washington. Republican leaders twice delayed a vote on the compromise bill.
Review: ‘The King’ Chases the American Dream and Elvis

Review: ‘The King’ Chases the American Dream and Elvis

Eugene Jarecki’s documentary “The King” tells two stories — one about Elvis Presley, the poor boy who became a king, and the other about the United States. Here, the king is in the Army.
A Canal Through Turkey? Presidential Vote Is a Test of Erdogan’s Building Spree

A Canal Through Turkey? Presidential Vote Is a Test of Erdogan’s Building Spree

On Istanbul’s highest hill overlooking the Bosporus, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is building the gigantic Camlica Mosque, with six minarets, the insignia for greatness.
The Natural Gas Industry Has a Leak Problem

The Natural Gas Industry Has a Leak Problem

A technician searching for methane leaks with an infrared camera in Damascus, Ark.
Trumps and Kushners Cut Ties on Hotel Deals That Raised Eyebrows

Trumps and Kushners Cut Ties on Hotel Deals That Raised Eyebrows

Kushner Companies and the Trump Organization have stepped back from two hotel collaborations in New Jersey, including the oceanfront Pier Village in Long Branch.
Algeria’s Answer to Cheating on School Exams: Turn Off the Internet

Algeria’s Answer to Cheating on School Exams: Turn Off the Internet

Students at a secondary school in Algiers in 2008. The country had large-scale electronic cheating scandals around its critical high-school exams in both 2016 and 2017.
The Inevitable Rise of the Gay Hooters

The Inevitable Rise of the Gay Hooters

The bartenders at the original Boxers on West 20th Street, as much of an attraction as the mac-and-cheese bites.
In Hitting China on Trade, Trump Is Seen Neglecting U.S. Emerging Industries

In Hitting China on Trade, Trump Is Seen Neglecting U.S. Emerging Industries

President Trump’s aggressive trade policies against China are aimed at supporting failing U.S. industries, many economists say, while failing to bolster investment in emerging fields, like artificial
Democrats Plan New Effort to Target Minority Voters

Democrats Plan New Effort to Target Minority Voters

Charlene Carruthers, right, the national director of the Black Youth Project 100, said her organization was particularly interested in who the Democratic Party chooses for any community organizing
Koko the Gorilla, Who Used Sign Language and Befriended Mr. Rogers, Dies at 46

Koko the Gorilla, Who Used Sign Language and Befriended Mr. Rogers, Dies at 46

Koko the gorilla with Penny Patterson, her longtime caretaker and trainer. She became an instant celebrity in her youth because of her skill at American Sign Language.
Art Review: This Artist Foresaw Our Digital Future in a Meadow of Dandelions

Art Review: This Artist Foresaw Our Digital Future in a Meadow of Dandelions

“Toilet,” from 1967, is among the works from Thomas Bayrle’s “superform” series in a retrospective of his work at the New Museum. The room itself is lined with Laughing Cow wallpaper and a floor