News Analysis: G.M. Job Shift From Mexico Tests a Trump Premise

Far from a reversal of globalization, a General Motors deal bringing auto jobs back to Canada from Mexico underscores the primacy of markets.

In Julia Child’s Provençal Kitchen

Our reporter goes to the South of France to cook in Julia Child’s kitchen — and to shop, eat and learn in her footsteps.

The End of ‘Brangelina’

Angelina Jolie Pitt and Brad Pitt created a mythic version of themselves for public consumption. With a bland press statement, it all came apart.

The Magnificent 10: Restaurants That Changed How We Eat

From HoJo’s to the Four Seasons, a Yale professor picks the groundbreakers in America’s culinary past.

About New York: In a Fictional Pub, a Tale of a Bombing. A Block Away, a Very Real Explosion.

As two characters talked about a bombing onstage in “Quietly,” at the Irish Repertory Theater on Saturday night, a tremendous bang echoed through the theater.

Phys Ed: Activity Trackers May Undermine Weight Loss Efforts

Dieting adults who wore activity monitors for 18 months lost significantly fewer pounds over that time than those who did not.

Angelina Jolie Seeks Divorce From Brad Pitt

Actress Angelina Jolie has filed for a divorce from actor Brad Pitt, her attorney said in a statement on Tuesday, signaling the end of one of Hollywood's most glamorous and powerful couples.

Obama’s Final U.N. Address as President

A New York Times correspondent analyzes President Obama's last speech before the United Nations General Assembly, in which the president discussed the pros and cons of globalization.

Citing ‘Gutless Leadership,’ Senators Denounce Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf

In a hearing on the fake account scandal that has infuriated consumers and regulators alike, Mr. Stumpf’s apologies and explanations fell on deaf ears.

Retracing a Suspect’s Journey: From a Bomb Site to a Quiet Doorway

Investigators believe Ahmad Khan Rahami, the suspect in the Manhattan and New Jersey bombings, may have gone to the bar where he was captured on foot — a trek winding through family homes and an industrial corridor.


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