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Brexit Talks at ‘Impasse,’ Theresa May Says, After a Rancorous Summit

Brexit Talks at ‘Impasse,’ Theresa May Says, After a Rancorous Summit

As events unfolded in Salzburg, Austria, Britain’s prime minister, Theresa May, found herself on the outside looking in.
Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino Resigns Over Racist Remarks

Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino Resigns Over Racist Remarks

Michael Saudino, center, did not show up to work Friday. He later resigned his position as Bergen County sheriff.
The Death Toll for Afghan Forces Is Secret. Here’s Why.

The Death Toll for Afghan Forces Is Secret. Here’s Why.

A member of the Afghan National Army training with United States Army soldiers in Helmand Province in 2016. The Afghan government keeps casualty rates among its security forces a secret, along with
PayPal Cuts Off Alex Jones’s Infowars, Joining Other Tech Giants

PayPal Cuts Off Alex Jones’s Infowars, Joining Other Tech Giants

PayPal’s decision to stop processing payments for Infowars could be particularly damaging to its operator, Alex Jones, because finding another company to handle transactions will be difficult.
Tariffs to Raise Cost of Rebuilding After Hurricane Florence

Tariffs to Raise Cost of Rebuilding After Hurricane Florence

Charles T. Wilson III, a contractor based in Durham, N.C., said tariffs had driven up the cost of countertops and other building materials.
Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke Set for First Debate Friday Night

Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke Set for First Debate Friday Night

Senator Ted Cruz, Republican of Texas, left, will debate Representative Beto O’Rourke, a Democrat, on Friday night.
Michelle Obama’s Big Book Rollout: ‘It’s Like You’re Looking at a Madonna Tour’

Michelle Obama’s Big Book Rollout: ‘It’s Like You’re Looking at a Madonna Tour’

Michelle Obama at the annual American Library Association conference in June. After keeping a relatively low profile since leaving the White House, the former first lady is returning to the public

Victims of Rite Aid Shooting Identified as Police Search for Motive

On Friday, officials in Maryland named the six victims, half of whom were killed, and provided more information about how the attack unfolded the day before.
Congressman Is Criticized for Joking That Justice Ginsburg Was ‘Groped’ by Lincoln

Congressman Is Criticized for Joking That Justice Ginsburg Was ‘Groped’ by Lincoln

Representative Ralph Norman of South Carolina made a sexual assault joke at a campaign event on Thursday.
Black Candidate Wants to Know Who Called 911 as She Talked to Voters

Black Candidate Wants to Know Who Called 911 as She Talked to Voters

Shelia Stubbs, 47, was canvassing a neighborhood in Madison, Wis., in August when the police were called on her by a man who said he thought Ms. Stubbs and her family were “waiting for drugs at the
Conservative Pundit Points Finger at Another Man to Deflect from Kavanaugh

Conservative Pundit Points Finger at Another Man to Deflect from Kavanaugh

Conservative lawyer Edward Whelan’s theory that Christine Blasey Ford was attacked by a classmate of Brett M. Kavanaugh’s has heads shaking — and Mr. Whelan apologizing.
Rod Rosenstein Suggested Secretly Recording Trump and Discussed 25th Amendment

Rod Rosenstein Suggested Secretly Recording Trump and Discussed 25th Amendment

Two weeks into his job as deputy attorney general, Rod J. Rosenstein was confronted with a crisis: the president’s firing of James B. Comey as F.B.I. director.
In Reversal, Trump No Longer Demands Declassification of Russia Documents

In Reversal, Trump No Longer Demands Declassification of Russia Documents

A rally by President Trump in Las Vegas on Thursday. On Friday, he made a rare retreat over documents related to the Russia inquiry.
The Frick Likely to Take Over the Met Breuer

The Frick Likely to Take Over the Met Breuer

The Met Breuer on Madison Avenue will temporarily house the Frick Collection if the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Frick come to an agreement. The Frick may juxtapose old master works here with
The Dangers of DNA Testing

The Dangers of DNA Testing

Police evidence bag containing DNA swabs.
Many Voters Tend to Believe Christine Blasey Ford, Even if They Question Her Motive

Many Voters Tend to Believe Christine Blasey Ford, Even if They Question Her Motive

Katherine Kydonieus, 70, discussed the sexual assault allegations against the Supreme Court nominee, Brett M. Kavanaugh. She expressed frustration with the debate over whether he should be forgiven,
David Boies Pleads Not Guilty

David Boies Pleads Not Guilty

David Boies at the apartment he keeps in Manhattan. For the first time in his career, Mr. Boies, one of America’s most prominent lawyers, has been a defendant in the court of public opinion.