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Overlooked No More: Emma Gatewood, First Woman to Conquer the Appalachian Trail Alone

Overlooked No More: Emma Gatewood, First Woman to Conquer the Appalachian Trail Alone

Emma Gatewood in 1959 as she hiked the 2,000 miles of the Oregon Trail. By then, newspapers were calling her “America’s most celebrated pedestrian.”
McConnell Promises Fall Vote to Confirm Next Supreme Court Justice

McConnell Promises Fall Vote to Confirm Next Supreme Court Justice

Another Trump-appointed justice would be a crowning judicial triumph for Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, who led the blockade against President Barack Obama’s nominee in 2016.
Terry Crews Won’t Be in ‘Expendables 4,’ Citing Threat Over Groping Claim

Terry Crews Won’t Be in ‘Expendables 4,’ Citing Threat Over Groping Claim

Terry Crews told a Senate panel on Tuesday that he wouldn’t appear in “The Expendables 4” because a producer tried to get him to drop his sexual assault lawsuit against a Hollywood executive.

From Gay Rights to Bush v. Gore: Anthony Kennedy’s Legacy

The Times’s Supreme Court correspondent, Adam Liptak, looks at many of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s most consequential votes.
How the Supreme Court Replaced One Injustice With Another

How the Supreme Court Replaced One Injustice With Another

Japanese-Americans arriving at the Manzanar internment camp — one of 10 such camps established during World War II — in Owens Valley, Calif., in 1942.

Trilobites: An Alien Visitor Turns Out to Be a Comet

First Oumuamua was an alien comet, then maybe a spaceship, then an asteroid, now it’s a comet from way, way beyond.
Staying in the (Fashion) Moment

Staying in the (Fashion) Moment

At the Rick Owens spring 2019 men's wear show in Paris.
China Won’t Yield ‘Even One Inch’ of South China Sea, Xi Tells Mattis

China Won’t Yield ‘Even One Inch’ of South China Sea, Xi Tells Mattis

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis with his Chinese counterpart, Gen. Wei Fenghe, in Beijing on Wednesday.
Janus Is This Term’s Worst L.G.B.T. Ruling

Janus Is This Term’s Worst L.G.B.T. Ruling

Members of the Service Employees International Union held a rally in support of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees in Chicago in February.
Op-Ed Columnist: How, Exactly, Does This Travel Ban Keep Us Safe, Mr. President?

Op-Ed Columnist: How, Exactly, Does This Travel Ban Keep Us Safe, Mr. President?

Two bombs exploded near the Boston Marathon finish line on April 15, 2013.
18 Ways to Navigate Stress at the Airport

18 Ways to Navigate Stress at the Airport

Passengers scanning the departure boards for canceled or delayed flights at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport.
Trilobites: Bumblebees Thrive in the City but Struggle on the Farm

Trilobites: Bumblebees Thrive in the City but Struggle on the Farm

A colony of Bombus terrestris bumblebees, which fared better in an experiment when placed in London than in the English countryside.
What the Janus Decision Means for Teacher Unions

What the Janus Decision Means for Teacher Unions

Arizona teachers protested in April in a statewide walkout, one of several this year. The walkout movement offered a glimmer of hope for teachers’ unions, which lost the right to collect agency fees.
Tech We’re Using: Now He Pulls Data Off the Web. In 1979, It Was Clips From the ‘Morgue.’

Tech We’re Using: Now He Pulls Data Off the Web. In 1979, It Was Clips From the ‘Morgue.’

The technology reporter Steve Lohr hunting in the morgue, the archive of paper clippings stored in file cabinets.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy Will Retire

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy Will Retire

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy sent a letter to President Trump announcing his retirement from the Supreme Court.
Joe Jackson, Domineering Father of a Musical Dynasty, Dies at 89

Joe Jackson, Domineering Father of a Musical Dynasty, Dies at 89

Joseph Jackson, father and manager of The Jackson Five, next to an Epic double platinum award, circa 1982.