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Trump Plans to End the AIDS Epidemic. In Places Like Mississippi, Obstacles Are Everywhere.

Trump Plans to End the AIDS Epidemic. In Places Like Mississippi, Obstacles Are Everywhere.

Regi Stevenson, who works at the Open Arms clinic in Jackson, Miss., created specifically to reach gay black men. Many distrust the public health system, he said: "People have heard of the Tuskegee
Flooding in the Midwest: Why the Water Is So High

Flooding in the Midwest: Why the Water Is So High

When a warm rain fell on a flat, frozen landscape, “the ingredients were in place.”
Democrats Ask F.B.I. to Investigate Florida Woman Suspected of Selling Access to Trump

Democrats Ask F.B.I. to Investigate Florida Woman Suspected of Selling Access to Trump

Representative Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, along with other top Democrats, asked the F.B.I. to open investigations into the activities of Cindy Yang.
Supreme Court Will Hear Case of Lee Malvo, the D.C. Sniper

Supreme Court Will Hear Case of Lee Malvo, the D.C. Sniper

Lee Malvo at a court hearing in 2003. Mr. Malvo was 17 when he and John Allen Muhammad killed 10 people in sniper attacks in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. He was sentenced to life
Scarecrow Video Has Survived This Long. Can It Hang On?

Scarecrow Video Has Survived This Long. Can It Hang On?

Scarecrow Video offers 132,000 titles: Italian horror. French films. And lots of Japanese animation.
Women in Economics Report Rampant Sexual Assault and Bias

Women in Economics Report Rampant Sexual Assault and Bias

A panel discussion at the American Economic Association conference in Atlanta in January. The association has announced several measures to combat harassment and discrimination against women and
Alan B. Krueger, Economic Aide to Clinton and Obama, Is Dead at 58

Alan B. Krueger, Economic Aide to Clinton and Obama, Is Dead at 58

President Barack Obama introduced Alan B. Krueger as the next chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers in a Rose Garden ceremony at the White House in August 2011.
California Today: Recalling Racist Violence in California

California Today: Recalling Racist Violence in California

“Getting In: Gaining Admission to Your College of Choice,” a book that Rick Singer wrote with a colleague in 2014.
2020 Democrats Import Grass-Roots Activism Into Their Campaign Staffs

2020 Democrats Import Grass-Roots Activism Into Their Campaign Staffs

Julie Chavez Rodriguez, the activist and granddaughter of the legendary labor leader Cesar Chavez, is working on the campaign of Senator Kamala Harris.
New Zealand, Fox News, N.C.A.A. Tournament: Your Monday Briefing

New Zealand, Fox News, N.C.A.A. Tournament: Your Monday Briefing

Outside Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, today. Forty-two people died in the terrorist attack at the mosque. Seven others were killed at the Linwood Mosque, and one victim died at a
Beto O’Rourke Raised $6.1 Million Online in First 24 Hours of Campaign

Beto O’Rourke Raised $6.1 Million Online in First 24 Hours of Campaign

Beto O’Rourke in Iowa on Thursday. His campaign operation took in $6.1 million online in the first 24 hours of his candidacy for president.
Medicare for All Is Divisive (in the Democratic Party)

Medicare for All Is Divisive (in the Democratic Party)

More than 100 Democrats — and at least four of the party’s presidential candidates — have endorsed “Medicare for all,” a new phrase for the old concept of a single-payer system.
A Raised Middle Finger Is Protected Free Speech, Appeals Court Rules

A Raised Middle Finger Is Protected Free Speech, Appeals Court Rules

A woman who was handed a harsher ticket after giving the finger to a Michigan police officer in 2017 has the right to sue him, a U.S. appeals court decided last week.
Durham Dreamed of a Transit Line. Duke University All but Killed It.

Durham Dreamed of a Transit Line. Duke University All but Killed It.

Duke University officials blocked a planned light-rail line that would cross its property, citing concerns that building and operating the line could interfere with sensitive equipment at the school’s
Sidebar: Partisan Gerrymandering Returns to a Transformed Supreme Court

Sidebar: Partisan Gerrymandering Returns to a Transformed Supreme Court

Next week, the Supreme Court will consider whether extreme partisan gerrymandering crosses a constitutional line, an issue it left undecided last term.

On Politics: The Pro-Pot Primary

Support for legal marijuana has become a unifying policy in the 2020 race, as a test for candidates’ commitment to equal treatment in criminal justice.
‘Pied Piper’ of College Admissions Scam Had All the Answers

‘Pied Piper’ of College Admissions Scam Had All the Answers

“Getting In: Gaining Admission to Your College of Choice,” a book that Mr. Singer wrote with a colleague in 2014.

How William Singer Sold His College Admissions Company

William Singer, known as Rick, is at the center of a major college admissions scandal. A series of videos posted on his YouTube account reveals some of the advice he gave to students.
Investors Eagerly Await Trump Rules on Opportunity Zones

Investors Eagerly Await Trump Rules on Opportunity Zones

The SpringHill Suites by Marriott project site in Avondale, Ariz. Most of the projects spurred so far by the Opportunity Zone designations are real estate.
Mass Migration of Painted Lady Butterflies Entrances Californians

Mass Migration of Painted Lady Butterflies Entrances Californians

Painted lady butterflies migrated north through Encinitas, Calif.