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U.S.C. Admits Fault in Response to Complaints Against Gynecologist

U.S.C. Admits Fault in Response to Complaints Against Gynecologist

The University of Southern California campus in Los Angeles. In 2016, the university conducted an internal investigation which concluded that a doctor’s pelvic exams may have been inappropriate.
Israelis Reflect on Gaza: ‘I Hope at Least That Each Bullet Was Justified’

Israelis Reflect on Gaza: ‘I Hope at Least That Each Bullet Was Justified’

A view of Gaza on Tuesday from the southern Israeli kibbutz of Nahal Oz. As the protests wound down, kibbutz residents grappled with the killings the day before.
Justice Department and F.B.I. Are Investigating Cambridge Analytica

Justice Department and F.B.I. Are Investigating Cambridge Analytica

The London offices of Cambridge Analytica in March. The now-defunct political data firm has faced intense scrutiny since it was revealed to have harvested information from tens of millions of Facebook
Stormy Daniels’s Lawyer Aggressively Targets Trump Insider

Stormy Daniels’s Lawyer Aggressively Targets Trump Insider

Michael Avenatti, center, the lawyer for the pornographic film star Stephanie Clifford, has emerged as a chief nemesis to Michael D. Cohen, who is under investigation for a payment to Ms. Clifford.
Tom Wolfe’s Other Legacy

Tom Wolfe’s Other Legacy

Tom Wolfe with his Cadillac in 2006.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Dream Come True: Trashing Obama and Iran in One Move

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s Dream Come True: Trashing Obama and Iran in One Move

President Barack Obama invited President-elect Trump to the White House after the 2016 election. Since taking office, President Trump has counted as successes his undoing of Obama-era initiatives.
Critic’s Notebook: Royal Rumble: 7 Meghan and Harry Specials Face Off, and We All Lose

Critic’s Notebook: Royal Rumble: 7 Meghan and Harry Specials Face Off, and We All Lose

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in “Inside the Royal Wedding: Harry and Meghan,” debuting Wednesday on NBC. It is one of several specials about the couple, ahead of the May 19 ceremony.
Businesses Race to Washington to Sway Trump on China Tariffs

Businesses Race to Washington to Sway Trump on China Tariffs

“I’m angry, I’m frustrated, and honestly, I’m scared,” Mary Buchzeiger, who runs an automotive supply business in Michigan, said of the Trump administration’s proposed tariffs.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Feminist Enlightenment of Giant Jocks

Op-Ed Columnist: The Feminist Enlightenment of Giant Jocks

Becky Hammon coached the San Antonio Spurs to the championship of the N.B.A. summer league in 2015.
Missouri Lawmakers Press On With Investigation of Gov. Eric Greitens

Missouri Lawmakers Press On With Investigation of Gov. Eric Greitens

Gov. Eric Greitens of Missouri leaving court on Monday. Legislators declared that the dismissal of a criminal charge against Mr. Greitens would not deter them in their investigation of the governor.
Ruling on Airbus Subsidies Could Escalate Trade Tensions With Europe

Ruling on Airbus Subsidies Could Escalate Trade Tensions With Europe

An Airbus A380 at the final assembly line at Airbus headquarters near Toulouse, France. The World Trade Organization on Tuesday found that the European Union had improperly issued Airbus preferential
An Appraisal: Tom Wolfe Kept a Close, Comical and Astonished Eye on America

An Appraisal: Tom Wolfe Kept a Close, Comical and Astonished Eye on America

Tom Wolfe in 1988. The author of “The Bonfire of the Vanities” and many other books died on Monday at 88.
Fox Settles Discrimination Lawsuits for Roughly $10 Million

Fox Settles Discrimination Lawsuits for Roughly $10 Million

Kelly Wright, center, was among the current and former Fox News employees to bring a discrimination case against the network. Mr. Wright, who told the network on Tuesday he would pursue “new