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As Homelessness Surges in California, So Does a Backlash

As Homelessness Surges in California, So Does a Backlash

Tent encampments across California are testing residents’ tolerance and compassion as street conditions deteriorate.
New Wave of Parents to Plead Guilty in College Admissions Case

New Wave of Parents to Plead Guilty in College Admissions Case

Douglas Hodge, the former head of Pimco, is among those expected to enter guilty pleas. Prosecutors have pressed parents to enter pleas or risk added charges, lawyers say.
Trump’s Base Digs In Its Heels, Even as Support for Impeachment Grows

Trump’s Base Digs In Its Heels, Even as Support for Impeachment Grows

Republicans remain almost unanimously opposed to removing President Trump from office, leaving him with a loyal but shrinking core of supporters.
The Army Is Looking for a Few Good Art Experts

The Army Is Looking for a Few Good Art Experts

A new reserve unit, inspired by the Monuments Men of the World War II era, will aim to protect antiquities and important cultural sites in war zones.
‘Get Over It’? Why Political Influence in Foreign Policy Matters

‘Get Over It’? Why Political Influence in Foreign Policy Matters

Readers have asked The New York Times why asking another nation for help ahead of an election is such a serious issue. Here are some answers.
Mitt Romney Admits to Having a Secret Twitter Account

Mitt Romney Admits to Having a Secret Twitter Account

The senator acknowledged that he had an account under the name Pierre Delecto, which he used to monitor political conversations online and defend himself.

Tornado Leaves Trail of Damage in Dallas and Cuts Power to Thousands

The funnel cloud destroyed buildings in the northern part of the city and left a Home Depot in tatters.
Why Trump Dropped His Idea to Hold the G7 at His Own Hotel

Why Trump Dropped His Idea to Hold the G7 at His Own Hotel

He knew Democrats would criticize him. When Republicans started doing so, he changed his mind.
Explosives Fail to Take Down Crane at Site of Collapsed Hard Rock Hotel

Explosives Fail to Take Down Crane at Site of Collapsed Hard Rock Hotel

One crane came down completely, but a second one remained dangling over the side of a building in New Orleans.
Justice Department Distances Itself From Giuliani

Justice Department Distances Itself From Giuliani

In an unusual statement, a spokesman said department officials would not have met with President Trump’s personal lawyer had they known his associates were under investigation.
Thomas D’Alesandro III, Nancy Pelosi’s Brother, Dies at 90

Thomas D’Alesandro III, Nancy Pelosi’s Brother, Dies at 90

He was elected president of the Baltimore City Council in 1963 before serving as mayor from 1967 to 1971.
Emmett Till Memorial Has a New Sign. This Time, It’s Bulletproof.

Emmett Till Memorial Has a New Sign. This Time, It’s Bulletproof.

The sign, which is the fourth to replace others that were vandalized, is made of steel and weighs 500 pounds.
Elizabeth Warren Says She Will Release a Plan to Finance ‘Medicare for All’

Elizabeth Warren Says She Will Release a Plan to Finance ‘Medicare for All’

Ms. Warren had been criticized for sidestepping questions about whether she would raise taxes on the middle class to help finance “Medicare for all.”
Mark Esperanto? Trump Misnames His Defense Secretary in Tweet

Mark Esperanto? Trump Misnames His Defense Secretary in Tweet

Even for a president who often lards his online missives with typos, caps-lock abuses and errant exclamation points, Sunday’s Twitter missive on Syria contained an outsize number of errors.
In Maine, a Celebrity Domestic Violence Case Continues to Send Out Ripples

In Maine, a Celebrity Domestic Violence Case Continues to Send Out Ripples

Patrisha McLean, who accused her singer-songwriter husband, Don McLean, of domestic abuse, is organizing Maine women to tell their own stories. And he is protesting.

Dramatic Footage Shows Coach Disarming and Then Hugging Student

A security expert said of the coach’s actions: “I think it says a lot about his character. It’s a remarkable feat.”
3 Soldiers Killed in Training Accident at Fort Stewart in Georgia

3 Soldiers Killed in Training Accident at Fort Stewart in Georgia

The soldiers were in a Bradley Fighting Vehicle that rolled over into water. Three other soldiers were hurt.
Mick Mulvaney Struggles to Explain Comments on Ukraine

Mick Mulvaney Struggles to Explain Comments on Ukraine

The acting White House chief of staff admitted he did not have a “perfect press conference,” but said the administration did not tie military aid to investigating Democrats.
Fort Worth Police Have More Violence to Answer For, Residents Say

Fort Worth Police Have More Violence to Answer For, Residents Say

Black residents of the city complained about mistreatment by the police long before Atatiana Jefferson’s death. “I never was supposed to be arrested,” said one woman. “I was the caller.”