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At Belmont, a Triple Crown More Than Triples the Attention

At Belmont, a Triple Crown More Than Triples the Attention

In 2015, American Pharoah ended a 37-year Triple Crown drought by winning the Belmont Stakes by five and a half lengths, in 2 minutes 26.65 seconds.
Op-Ed Columnist: Does the Law Apply to Donald Trump?

Op-Ed Columnist: Does the Law Apply to Donald Trump?

Two presidents at the White House. On Monday, President Trump tweeted that he is above the law.
Schultz 2020? Other C.E.O.s Will Be Watching Closely

Schultz 2020? Other C.E.O.s Will Be Watching Closely

The president of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, right, welcomed the Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg in Brussels last month. Last year, Mr. Zuckerberg crisscrossed the United States
Trump Abruptly Calls Off Philadelphia Eagles’ Visit to White House

Trump Abruptly Calls Off Philadelphia Eagles’ Visit to White House

The Philadelphia Eagles were known to demonstrate during the playing of the national anthem last season, with Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long both being particularly politically active.
Colorado Made the Masterpiece Case Easy for the Court

Colorado Made the Masterpiece Case Easy for the Court

Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colo. The Supreme Court decided on Monday that Colorado erred in fining him for refusing to provide a custom cake for the celebration of a gay
Trump Team Pushed False Story Line About Meeting With Kremlin-Tied Lawyer, Memo Shows

Trump Team Pushed False Story Line About Meeting With Kremlin-Tied Lawyer, Memo Shows

President Trump’s spokeswoman and lawyer aggressively pushed one story line, while privately acknowledging another. It shows the perils of an interview with Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel.
Howard Schultz at Starbucks: Coffee, Activism and Controversy

Howard Schultz at Starbucks: Coffee, Activism and Controversy

Howard Schultz, Starbucks’s executive chairman, at the annual shareholders meeting in March in Seattle. Schultz will step down in late June.
Op-Ed Columnist: Intellectuals, Politics and Bad Faith

Op-Ed Columnist: Intellectuals, Politics and Bad Faith

Niall Ferguson has called the campus left the “biggest threat” to free speech in Donald Trump’s America.
State of the Art: Apple Shuns the Tech Industry’s Apology Tour

State of the Art: Apple Shuns the Tech Industry’s Apology Tour

Craig Federighi, Apple’s software chief, onstage Monday at its developers conference. While he said that “we might not even recognize how distracted we’ve become” by the digital world, Apple announced
She Went to Jail for a Drug Relapse. Tough Love or Too Harsh?

She Went to Jail for a Drug Relapse. Tough Love or Too Harsh?

Julie Eldred relapsed while on probation, and was sent to jail. Justices are weighing whether the probation requirement to stay clean constitutes cruel and unusual punishment.
The Numbers That Explain Why Teachers Are in Revolt

The Numbers That Explain Why Teachers Are in Revolt

A recent demonstration in Raleigh, N.C., over teacher pay and school funding.
Cuomo Embraces Unions, 8 Years After Vowing to Take Them On

Cuomo Embraces Unions, 8 Years After Vowing to Take Them On

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has long had the support of New York State’s biggest union, 1199 S.E.I.U., which represents health care workers.
How Latino Voting Power Will Count in the California Primary

How Latino Voting Power Will Count in the California Primary

Representative Raul Ruiz in Palm Desert, Calif., in 2012. Mr. Ruiz won his seat in large part by focusing on the Latino growth in the district.
DealBook: Howard Schultz to Step Down as Starbucks Executive Chairman

DealBook: Howard Schultz to Step Down as Starbucks Executive Chairman

Howard Schultz, the executive chairman of Starbucks, in Milan in 2016. Mr. Schultz’s decision to retire, a plan he said he privately outlined to the board a year ago, could stoke speculation that he
Facebook’s Device Partnerships Explained

Facebook’s Device Partnerships Explained

Facebook’s headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. Over the last decade, the company has formed partnerships with dozens of device makers, allowing them access to the data of Facebook users and their