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Advertisers Boycott YouTube After Pedophiles Swarm Comments on Videos of Children

Google said it had deleted the accounts and channels of people leaving the comments in question, but acknowledged “there’s more to be done.”
Teenagers Say Depression and Anxiety Are Major Issues Among Their Peers

Teenagers Say Depression and Anxiety Are Major Issues Among Their Peers

A mural in downtown Denver in 2017. Seven in 10 American teenagers said that mental health was a big issue among people their age.
A Police Funeral in a Quiet Harbor Town Brings a Sea of Blue

A Police Funeral in a Quiet Harbor Town Brings a Sea of Blue

Officers salute as the body of Detective Brian Simonsen, who was killed as he responded to an armed robbery in Queens, is loaded into a hearse outside the Church of St. Rosalie in Hampton Bays, N.Y.

Jussie Smollett Arrested on Felony Charge, Accused of Faking Own Assault

The “Empire” actor was accused of staging the assault he reported as a hate crime to Chicago police in January.

Chicago Police Now Call Jussie Smollett a Suspect

Mr. Smollett reported that he was attacked in January, but two brothers said to have helped him stage the incident were brought in as witnesses to a grand jury.
Coast Guard Officer Plotted to Kill Democrats and Journalists, Prosecutors Say

Coast Guard Officer Plotted to Kill Democrats and Journalists, Prosecutors Say

Some of the drugs seized from the home of Lt. Christopher Paul Hasson of the Coast Guard.

Overlooked No More: Dorothy Bolden, Who Started a Movement for Domestic Workers

Bolden adapted the organizing techniques she learned as a civil rights activist to secure protections for domestic workers, a largely unregulated part of the work force.
CNN Is Criticized for Hiring Trump Administration Aide as a Political Editor

CNN Is Criticized for Hiring Trump Administration Aide as a Political Editor

Sarah Isgur Flores last year in her role as a spokeswoman for the Justice Department.
A Staggering Exodus: Millions of Venezuelans Are Leaving the Country, on Foot

A Staggering Exodus: Millions of Venezuelans Are Leaving the Country, on Foot

A group of Venezuelan migrants riding in the back of a truck while crossing the Colombian mountains.
Choupette, Karl Lagerfeld’s Cat, Has a Million Reasons to Purr

Choupette, Karl Lagerfeld’s Cat, Has a Million Reasons to Purr

The fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld posed next to a photo of himself and Choupette in 2014.
Neptune Has a Newly Discovered Moon. What Else Is It Hiding?

Neptune Has a Newly Discovered Moon. What Else Is It Hiding?

A recent image taken by the Hubble Space Telescope of the planet Neptune, whose tally of moons has been upped to 14 in a new paper.
Trump Attacks The Times, in a Week of Unease for the American Press

Trump Attacks The Times, in a Week of Unease for the American Press

President Trump shifted from generally attacking the “fake news media” to singling out The New York Times on Wednesday as a “true ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE!”
Miami Battles Rising Seas

Miami Battles Rising Seas

Homes in North Miami, Fla., were damaged by floodwater from Hurricane Irma in 2017.
French Court Fines UBS $4.2 Billion for Helping Clients Evade Taxes

French Court Fines UBS $4.2 Billion for Helping Clients Evade Taxes

Crackdowns on tax evasion in France and other countries have put Swiss banks like UBS on the defensive.
Venezuela Closes Border to 3 Caribbean Islands Ahead of Aid Showdown

Venezuela Closes Border to 3 Caribbean Islands Ahead of Aid Showdown

Humanitarian aid in a warehouse in Colombia near the border with Venezuela.

Tech Fix: What’s Next for Smartphones? Here Are a Few Answers

For a glimpse of what’s coming, look to Samsung’s newly unveiled Galaxy phones. One of the models works with 5G wireless networks, while another folds up like a book.