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Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Says Sorry for 'Potty-Mouthed Insult’ of Ivanka Trump

Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Says Sorry for 'Potty-Mouthed Insult’ of Ivanka Trump

Samantha Bee apologized for using a vulgar term to describe Ivanka Trump, but it was a targeted apology. “Many men were also offended by my use of the word. I do not care,” she said.
Big City: The High Price of Being Kate Spade

Big City: The High Price of Being Kate Spade

Her brand told its fans that they had already arrived, even if like the designer herself, they were born far from the rarefied corners of Manhattan.
A Secretive Owner of Triple-Crown Contender Justify: George Soros

A Secretive Owner of Triple-Crown Contender Justify: George Soros

The jockey Mike Smith riding Justify to victory in the Kentucky Derby last month.
What We Learned From the Videos of Stephon Clark Being Killed by Police

What We Learned From the Videos of Stephon Clark Being Killed by Police

Multiple moments from the police videos mapped out in satellite imagery.

23 Seconds, 5 Critical Moments: How Stephon Clark Was Killed by the Police

At 9:26 on a Sunday evening, Stephon Clark encountered two police officers. Twenty-three seconds later, they shot and killed him. We analyzed the extensive body camera and helicopter footage
Does Praise for China Make Group a ‘Foreign Agent’? Republicans Say it Might

Does Praise for China Make Group a ‘Foreign Agent’? Republicans Say it Might

A solar farm project under construction in Huainan, China, last year. China is the world’s biggest source of carbon emissions.
Troubles in San Francisco Push Some Voters to Think Republican

Troubles in San Francisco Push Some Voters to Think Republican

Richie Greenberg, center, a Republican candidate for mayor in San Francisco, during an election night party. “There is an awakening happening here among lifelong Democrats” frustrated by problems
A Far-Right Leader Went for a Swim in Germany. His Clothes Went for a Walk.

A Far-Right Leader Went for a Swim in Germany. His Clothes Went for a Walk.

Alexander Gauland, a co-leader of the Alternative for Germany party, told his local newspaper that he had to change the locks on his house, because the keys were in his stolen trousers.
Family Separation at Border May Be Subject to Constitutional Challenge, Judge Rules

Family Separation at Border May Be Subject to Constitutional Challenge, Judge Rules

A federal judge in San Diego has refused to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union challenging the Trump administration’s practice of separating children from immigrants when
Kate Spade and Fashion’s Identity Crisis: When a Name Makes a Brand

Kate Spade and Fashion’s Identity Crisis: When a Name Makes a Brand

The flagship Kate Spade store located on Madison Avenue in Manhattan on Tuesday, the day the fashion designer was found dead in her home.
Red Schoendienst, St. Louis Cardinals Star and Oldest Hall of Famer, Dies at 95

Red Schoendienst, St. Louis Cardinals Star and Oldest Hall of Famer, Dies at 95

Red Schoendienst, who died on Wednesday, was, at 95, the oldest living member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
These Women Survived Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries. They’re Ready to Talk.

These Women Survived Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries. They’re Ready to Talk.

The back wall of the old Gloucester Laundry, the last of Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries, in Dublin.
Overlooked No More: How One Woman Shook Up the Abolitionist Movement

Overlooked No More: How One Woman Shook Up the Abolitionist Movement

Mary Ann Shadd Cary was a writer, an educator, a lawyer, an abolitionist and the first black woman in North America to edit and publish a newspaper.
Review: ‘Dan Cody’s Yacht’ Sells Upward Mobility for Dummies

Review: ‘Dan Cody’s Yacht’ Sells Upward Mobility for Dummies

Rick Holmes, left, and Kristen Bush in “Dan Cody’s Yacht,” by Anthony Giardina, at at City Center Stage I in Manhattan.
Tunisia Truth Commission Brings One Court Case in Four Years

Tunisia Truth Commission Brings One Court Case in Four Years

Protesters outside a court in Tunisia on May 29 held portraits of Kamel Matmati, who was arrested in 1991 and tortured to death, according to witness statements.
Kevin Durant Pulls Warriors Closer to Another N.B.A. Title

Kevin Durant Pulls Warriors Closer to Another N.B.A. Title

Kevin Durant scoring two of his game-high 43 points on Wednesday.