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See the work of twenty-eight young L.G.B.T.Q.+ artists in Brooklyn Museum’s “Nobody Promised You Tomorrow,” see the musical adaptation of Studs Terkel’s “Working,” eat at Eyal Shani’s Israeli party restaurant HaSalon, and more.
China and the U.S. are in the final stage of completing a trade deal, with Beijing offering to lower tariffs and other restrictions on American farm, chemical, auto and other products and Washington considering removing most, if not all, sanctions levied against Chinese products since last year.
Horror stories about lingering Lyme disease proliferate, but the illness is easily treated.
Friday: This Pride month, we’re taking you to important locations in L.G.B.T.Q. history and telling you stories about gay New Yorkers.
Carolyn Kormann writes about how Republican opponents of Oregon’s cap-and-trade legislation blocked the bill by fleeing the capital, and how youth activists have responded with protests.
Opposition leader Juan Guaidó staged a dramatic return to Venezuela despite government threats to arrest him, energizing the country’s opposition and raising the stakes in the political showdown with President Nicolás Maduro’s government.
Meeting with Russia’s leader, President Trump seemed to make light of the country’s interference in American elections.
Benjamin Wallace-Wells on Kamala Harris’s strong performance at Thursday night’s Democratic Presidential-prinary debate.
A Canadian cabinet minister, Jane Philpott, resigned, saying she has lost confidence in the ruling Liberal Party over allegations it tried to interfere in a criminal prosecution of a global engineering and construction firm.
It’s J. Tomilson Hill, a billionaire American and a former vice chairman of the private equity firm Blackstone.
Troy Patterson on the 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Andrew Yang’s debate-night fashion choice.
China accused two detained Canadians of working together to steal Chinese state secrets, moving ahead with a politically charged investigation seen as retribution for Canada’s arrest of a senior Huawei executive.
Netflix’s decision to cancel the family sitcom in March sparked a social media campaign to save it. Pop TV answered the calls.
The California senator Kamala Harris’s narrative instinct enabled her to frame the most powerful moment of the debate, Katy Waldman writes.
North Korea is still using a uranium-enrichment facility at the heart of last week’s summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the United Nations atomic agency said.
Russian stocks are generating some of the highest returns of 2019, as investors get over the shock of last year’s sanctions.
Eric Lach on Senator Kamala Harris’s personal moment during the discussion of race relations during the second night of the first Democratic-primary debate.
Vale, the owner of a mine-waste dam that collapsed this year, killing more than 180 people, dismissed an auditor that refused to certify the dam as safe in September, according to an initial probe by police and prosecutors.
An analysis covering 66 million young people has found plummeting rates of precancerous lesions and genital warts after vaccination against the human papillomavirus.
Andrea K. Scott writes on the work of the Dutch photographer Viviane Sassen at the exhibition “Visible / Invisible,” at the Palace of Versailles.
President Vladimir Putin formally ordered a suspension of Russia’s obligations under a Cold War-era nuclear treaty with the U.S., heightening the threat of a new arms race.
ASA Transfer Fair- Wednesday
You’re Invited to Celebrate with Us! Friday, October 28th • 3:oopm 1293 Broadway, New York, NY 10001 Manhattan Campus (room 710) Any Questions Contact: President Taylor- Taylorgary@asa.edu Secretary Briana – BrianaBerry@asa.edu
Dear Graduating class of 2022: We are extremely excited about tomorrow’s graduation. Please arrive on August 26, 2022 by 12:00 noon to the United Palace. All graduates are allowed to go in and sign in by 12:00 noon. Guests will be able to start coming in at 1:00pm. If you have problems with any tickets just go to the box-office, they will assign you a seat. If you have not picked up Cap and Gown you can pick up tomorrow at United...