John Kelly, Puerto Rico, Catalonia: Your Evening Briefing
After Video Refutes Kelly’s Charges, Congresswoman Raises Issue of Race
James B. Comey, then the director of the F.B.I., left, with Representative Frederica S. Wilson next to him, at the 2015 ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the dedication of a new federal office building in Miami.
Kelly, in Defending Trump Call, Holds Up Military as an Elite Class
Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. In a news briefing this week, John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, described walking among the graves.
Nonfiction: What Trump Can Learn From a Gold Star Family
Khizr Khan, with his wife, Ghazala, holds up his copy of the Constitution at the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
Conflicting Accounts in Niger Ambush Are Subject of Pentagon Investigation
The coffin of Staff Sgt. Dustin M. Wright, who was killed in an ambush in Niger this month, at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. American and Nigerien soldiers involved in the attack have given conflicting accounts.
Republicans Consider Sharp Cut in 401(k) Contribution Limits
Any move by congressional Republicans to reduce 401(k) contribution limits would almost certainly prompt a vocal backlash from middle-class workers who save heavily in such retirement accounts.
Trump’s America First Trade Agenda Roiled by Internal Divisions
President Trump with Peter Navarro, right, in the Oval Office last January.
How Does a Democrat Run for Re-election in a Trump State? Very Carefully
Senator Joe Donnelly of Indiana met with Hendricks County government officials in Brownsburg last week.
Body Cameras Have Little Effect on Police Behavior, Study Says
A new study says that police body cameras have almost no effect on officer behavior.
In St. Louis, Protests Over Police Violence Disrupt Economy, and Win Attention
Protesters blocked an intersection after a community forum hosted by the St. Louis Young Democrats at Harris-Stowe State University this month.
Where Did the Napa Fire Begin? Investigators Scour the Ashes
The scorched remains of structures caught in the Tubbs Fire, which started near Calistoga, Calif.
Update: After Fires, Napa and Sonoma Tourism Industry Is Getting Back on Its Feet
Scorched trees at the family-owned Signorello Estate winery in Napa, which was destroyed by wildfires.
Wildfires Spared the Vineyards, but the Wines Could Suffer
Grapevines suffered some damage at the Gundlach Bundschu winery in the Sonoma Valley. The family that owns it said they are more concerned at the moment about the well-being of employees.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Why We Don’t Vote With Our Wallets
Opinion: Is Donald Trump Turning Liberals Into Radicals?
Supporters of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program gathered at Columbus Circle in New York last month.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Raw Power of #MeToo
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Does Eating Right Protect You From Air Pollution?
Op-Ed Contributor: Lupita Nyong’o: Speaking Out About Harvey Weinstein
Lupita Nyong’o in 2015.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Essential John McCain
Senator John McCain arriving for a committee hearing on Thursday.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump, Trade and Tantrums
President Trump and President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico at the Group of 20 meeting in Hamburg, Germany, in July.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Trump Administration’s Power Over a Pregnant Girl
Kayla Forshey, left, at a rally to condemn Donald Trump’s remarks about women and abortion, in March 2016.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Road to 2024
President Trump arriving in Greer, S.C., on Monday.
Diplomatic Memo: For Nikki Haley, an Establishment Tutorial in Statecraft
Former secretaries of state Condoleezza Rice and Madeleine Albright with the ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, at left, in New York this week.
Russia-U.S. Diplomatic Dispute Could Endanger Syria Investigation
Victims of a suspected chemical attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun, Syria, in April.
Vacationing in the United States? Be Warned, Some Countries Say
Cruz Bay in St. John, the United States Virgin Islands.
Regulator Blasts Wells Fargo for Deceptive Auto Insurance Program
Details about Wells Fargo’s improper auto insurance practices came to light in July, after The New York Times
Yellen Says Reduction of Bond Portfolio Going Well
Janet Yellen, chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, testifying in front of the Senate in July.
Barcelona: A Global City in the Eye of a Separatist Storm
The flag of the Catalan independence movement on display in Barcelona, Spain. In many ways, the issue of Catalonia’s independence is more complex for residents of Barcelona than for those in other parts of the region.
G.O.P. Seizes Chance to Open Drilling in Arctic Wildlife Refuge
Polar bears in Kaktovik, Alaska, within the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The Trump administration and congressional Republicans are seeking to open the refuge to oil and gas exploration.
Inside Amazon, Diversity Concerns Flare Up After Harassment Accusations
Like other technology companies, Amazon has described improving the diversity of its work force as an important company goal.
After Harvey Weinstein’s Fall, Spotlight Finds His Brother
Bob Weinstein has been a successful producer for decades but was long overshadowed by his older brother.
Power, Corruption and Murder Roil Little Guyana
The storefront of a boutique that sells religious artifacts in Richmond Hill, Queens.
An Apple Pie That Lasts for Days
How to make a super-size apple pie that will survive more than one sitting.
Don’t Get Too Comfortable at That Desk
Renovated Microsoft offices have a variety of work spaces for employees. Left, a phone-booth-style room for privacy, and right, an isolation room.
Personal Health: New Blood Pressure Guidelines for Children
Editors’ Choice: 10 New Books We Recommend This Week
Simple Ways to Be Better at Remembering
Fine Arts & Exhibits: An Auction Setup at Christie’s: First a Marathon, Then a Sprint
Go behind the scenes at Christie’s New York as workers prepare for the Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art auction with goods worth millions of dollars.
A Rodin Hiding in Plain Sight in a New Jersey Suburb
A bust of Napoleon has stood inside the main meeting room in the borough hall in Madison, N.J., for 80 years. It turns out the sculpture was made by Auguste Rodin, the master French sculptor.
A Word With: Amy Sedaris Is the Hostess With the Mostess. But Only on Set.
Art Review: Omer Fast’s Chinatown Installation Is a Misfire
Omer Fast has transformed the James Cohan Gallery into a Chinatown shop or bus-company waiting room with broken A.T.M.s and a shabby facade.
The Saturday Profile: Selling the Porsche to Promote Iranian Art
Hamidreza Pejman’s nonprofit foundation has been buying Iranian art and supporting dozens of Iranian and foreign artists for the last two years.
Common Sense: My Smartphone Died, and I Didn’t Miss It. Well, Maybe a Little.
A Diabetes Monitor That Spares the Fingers
The Libre device, about the size of a quarter, is placed on the arm and provides readouts of glucose readings.
Lack of Sleep Tied to Diabetes in Pregnancy
Patents for Restasis Are Invalidated, Opening Door to Generics
Four patents for the dry-eye treatment Restasis were invalidated by a federal judge on Monday. Allergan, the drug’s manufacturer, had sought to protect the patents by transferring them to a Native American tribe in New York State.
Inside a Secretive Group Where Women Are Branded
Sarah Edmondson left Nxivm after being branded as part of a secret ritual.
On Campus: College Advice I Wish I’d Taken
Stephen Sondheim, Theater’s Greatest Lyricist
Stephen Sondheim at home in Connecticut.
Feature: When the Revolution Came for Amy Cuddy