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50 Years After Tet Offensive, a Marine Receives the Medal of Honor

50 Years After Tet Offensive, a Marine Receives the Medal of Honor

President Trump presented Sgt. Maj. John L. Canley with the Medal of Honor at the White House on Wednesday.
Elitist or Egalitarian: Competing Views of Harvard Emerge in Bias Trial

Elitist or Egalitarian: Competing Views of Harvard Emerge in Bias Trial

Harvard defended itself against accusations that it discriminates on the third day of a federal trial in Boston.
Overlooked No More: Yamei Kin, the Chinese Doctor Who Introduced Tofu to the West

Overlooked No More: Yamei Kin, the Chinese Doctor Who Introduced Tofu to the West

Yamei Kin, a Chinese-born doctor, was enlisted by the United States government to study the soybean and how it could be used in America.
Where Has All the Tab Gone? A Shortage Panics Fans

Where Has All the Tab Gone? A Shortage Panics Fans

Coca-Cola’s first diet soda, Tab, still has diehard fanatics. But they are worried that shortages are a sign that the drink is being phased out.
McGahn, a Soldier for Trump and a Witness Against Him, Departs White House

McGahn, a Soldier for Trump and a Witness Against Him, Departs White House

Donald F. McGahn II has departed as White House counsel.
As Other Republican Candidates Struggle Financially, Trump Stockpiles Cash

As Other Republican Candidates Struggle Financially, Trump Stockpiles Cash

President Trump last week at a rally in Richmond, Ky. Some Republican strategists contend that his fund-raising would be better allocated to the party’s at-risk congressional candidates.
Senate Truce Collapses as G.O.P. Rush to Confirm More Judges Begins Anew

Senate Truce Collapses as G.O.P. Rush to Confirm More Judges Begins Anew

Senators Orrin G. Hatch, left, and John Kennedy, both Republicans, led a sparsely attended Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday. Democrats boycotted.
Walter Huddleston, Senator Toppled by Mitch McConnell, Dies at 92

Walter Huddleston, Senator Toppled by Mitch McConnell, Dies at 92

Walter D. Huddleston in 1972, when, as a Democrat, he was first elected to the United States Senate, replacing John Sherman Cooper, a Republican who was retiring.

Fact Check of the Day: Trump’s Inaccurate Claims From His A.P. Interview

In his wide-ranging interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday, President Trump made inaccurate statements about Russia, the deficit and his former lawyer.
Exposed by Michael: Climate Threat to Warplanes at Coastal Bases

Exposed by Michael: Climate Threat to Warplanes at Coastal Bases

Drones were among the aircraft damaged at Tyndall Air Force Base when Hurricane Michael crossed the Florida Panhandle.
Trump Embarks on Bilateral Trade Talks to Pressure China

Trump Embarks on Bilateral Trade Talks to Pressure China

The United States is looking to strike bilateral trade agreements with Asian countries like Vietnam as it tries to pressure China.

‘You Should Be Scared’: Officer Warns Children With BB Gun

The police in Columbus, Ohio, have been criticized and praised for releasing body-camera footage that shows an officer scolding two boys for having a BB gun in public.

‘I Could Have Killed You,’ Ohio Officer Warns Two Boys With BB Gun

The Columbus police released body-camera video of the encounter as a “life lesson” for young people, setting off a discussion about policing, race and gun control.
In Virginia House Race, Anonymous Attack Ads Pop Up on Facebook

In Virginia House Race, Anonymous Attack Ads Pop Up on Facebook

An ad that appeared on a Facebook page called “Wacky Wexton Not.”
Why Many Native Americans Are Angry With Elizabeth Warren

Why Many Native Americans Are Angry With Elizabeth Warren

Senator Elizabeth Warren angered many Native Americans by releasing the results of a DNA test to help back up her claim to Native American heritage.
Felix Smith, Who Piloted Covert Flights Over Asia, Dies at 100

Felix Smith, Who Piloted Covert Flights Over Asia, Dies at 100

Felix Smith in a Douglas DC-4 used by Civil Air Transport in the 1950s. Mr. Smith flew secret missions in Asia for the airline, which was run by the C.I.A.

Tape of Journalist Killing ‘Probably’ Exists, Trump Says

President Trump said his administration has asked Turkish officials for an audio tape that they claim to have as evidence of the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent Saudi journalist.