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Cliff Richard, British Pop Star, Wins Privacy Suit Against BBC

Cliff Richard, British Pop Star, Wins Privacy Suit Against BBC

The singer Cliff Richard spoke to journalists in London on Wednesday after the High Court ruled in his favor in the privacy case he brought against the BBC.
There’s a Reason You’re Drinking So Much Aperol Spritz

There’s a Reason You’re Drinking So Much Aperol Spritz

An Aperol spritz at Barawine, in Harlem. The cocktail is enjoying a surge of popularity.
Art Review: Klimt, Schiele and Picasso: Erotic Visions From Three Modern Masters

Art Review: Klimt, Schiele and Picasso: Erotic Visions From Three Modern Masters

Egon Schiele’s “Crouching Nude in Shoes and Black Stockings, Back View” (1912) in the show “Obsession: Nudes by Klimt, Schiele, and Picasso” at the Met Breuer.
Inside the Trinitarios: How a Gang Feud Led to the Death of a Teenager

Inside the Trinitarios: How a Gang Feud Led to the Death of a Teenager

The video images of Lesandro Guzman-Feliz being dragged from a bodega and stabbed to death triggered an outpouring of support and a massive memorial near where the 15-year-old was attacked in the
Thai Cave Boys Leave Hospital and Apologize for All the Fuss

Thai Cave Boys Leave Hospital and Apologize for All the Fuss

The Wild Boars’ 25-year-old coach, Ekkapol Chantawong, left, described his shock at hearing of the death of the diver Saman Gunan during the rescue effort.
Taliban Leaders Declare a Halt to Bombings in Civilian Areas

Taliban Leaders Declare a Halt to Bombings in Civilian Areas

Taliban militants and residents in Kandahar Province mingled last month during a cease-fire.
Who Buys a Guillotine? Someone Who Wants an ‘Amusing Acquisition’

Who Buys a Guillotine? Someone Who Wants an ‘Amusing Acquisition’

A guillotine offered at auction in Nantes, France, in 2014. A copy of the device was sold in Paris last week.
After 20-Year ‘State of War,’ a Flight With Champagne and Roses

After 20-Year ‘State of War,’ a Flight With Champagne and Roses

Passengers pose on an Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital, to Asmara, Eritrea’s capital, on Wednesday. The chief executive of the airline called the flight a “unique
They Bought a Ghost Town for $1.4 Million. Now They Want to Revive It.

They Bought a Ghost Town for $1.4 Million. Now They Want to Revive It.

The American Hotel, in the ghost town of Cerro Gordo, looking out toward the Sierra Nevada in California in 2006. On Friday, the town was sold for $1.4 million to investors who plan to restore it.
Does Admissions Exam for Elite High Schools Measure Up? No One Knows

Does Admissions Exam for Elite High Schools Measure Up? No One Knows

The Specialized High Schools Admissions Test, or SHSAT, is the sole means of admission to the city’s prestigious high schools.
California Today: California Today: Will a Representative’s Views on Russia Affect His Re-election Campaign?

California Today: California Today: Will a Representative’s Views on Russia Affect His Re-election Campaign?

Representative Dana Rohrabacher celebrated with his supporters in Costa Mesa while waiting for results in last month’s congressional primary.
Trump Says He Laid Down the Law in His Latest Account of His Meeting With Putin

Trump Says He Laid Down the Law in His Latest Account of His Meeting With Putin

But that statement was at odds with how the president had earlier has characterized the meeting and contradicted an answer he appeared to give earlier in the day.
E.U. Fines Google $5.1 Billion in Android Antitrust Case

E.U. Fines Google $5.1 Billion in Android Antitrust Case

An antitrust fine against Google underlines how European authorities are aggressively pushing for stronger regulation of the digital economy on a variety of issues.
At War: The History Behind the Graffiti of War

At War: The History Behind the Graffiti of War

A Marine sits in a sandbagged guard post in Iraq in 2007.
Donald Trump, Barack Obama, European Union: Your Wednesday Briefing

Donald Trump, Barack Obama, European Union: Your Wednesday Briefing

Ballet students on their way to class in a favela in Rio de Janeiro. The city hosted the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics, but the government has since shut down scores of programs,
What Was Maria Butina Doing at the National Prayer Breakfast?

What Was Maria Butina Doing at the National Prayer Breakfast?

Maria Butina attends a meeting of a group of experts affiliated with the Russian government.