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Beloved Tree in England Is Felled in ‘Act of Vandalism’

Locals and tourists mourned the loss of one of Britain’s most photographed trees, which stood for hundreds of years in a dip in Hadrian’s Wall. The police said they had a suspect in custody.


U.K. Regulator Investigates News Channel After Sexist Rant

Ofcom said it would investigate a commentator’s remarks on GB News, a right-leaning network that pitches itself as an alternative to mainstream British broadcasters.


Two Killed in Shootings at Home and Medical School in Rotterdam

A teenage girl was critically injured and a student of the medical school was arrested as a suspect in the shootings, the police said, but a motive remained unclear.


Celebrity Memorabilia Becomes the Star of Auction Season

As the art market wobbles, estate sales are filling holes in the auction calendar.


National Parks, and Those Who Count on Them, Brace for Possible Shutdown

People, businesses and towns relying on park tourism worry the fourth shutdown in a decade could crush them if congress can’t reach a deal to keep the government running.


For Barkley Hendricks, Finally a Seat at the Head of the Table

An underground virtuoso, always being discovered in bits and pieces, the portraitist solidifies his place in the canon with a solo show at the Frick — its first ever for a Black artist.