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Sheila Jackson Lee Leaves 2 Posts After Aide Says She Was Fired for Reporting Sexual Assault

Sheila Jackson Lee Leaves 2 Posts After Aide Says She Was Fired for Reporting Sexual Assault

Representative Sheila Jackson Lee, Democrat of Texas, resigned as the chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation.
During the Lunar Eclipse, Something Slammed Into the Moon

During the Lunar Eclipse, Something Slammed Into the Moon

A white dot in the bottom left corner of the moon was a flash from a collision with the lunar surface likely caused by a meteorite during this week's lunar eclipse.
Divisions Over Trump Complicate Unions’ Response to Government Shutdown

Divisions Over Trump Complicate Unions’ Response to Government Shutdown

Internal Revenue Service workers protesting the government shutdown on Friday in Chicago. Lacking the right to strike, unions for federal employees must find other ways to exert influence.
Do You Hear That? It’s the Sound of Winter

Do You Hear That? It’s the Sound of Winter

A winter scene at Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth, Me., last year. "In Maine, when it gets as cold as it is right now, the lakes begin to sing," Jennifer Finney Boylan writes.
Joe Biden’s Paid Speech Buoyed the G.O.P. in Midwest Battleground

Joe Biden’s Paid Speech Buoyed the G.O.P. in Midwest Battleground

Joseph R. Biden Jr. spoke to a Republican-leaning audience at an Economic Club of Southwestern Michigan event three weeks before the 2018 midterm elections.
The Art of the Internet, Restored and Out in the World

The Art of the Internet, Restored and Out in the World

Over the course of 15 years, the artist Eduardo Kac restored his works for videotex, a pre-internet communications system. His piece “Reabracadabra” (1985), a sort of digital poem, is on display at
Hebrew Israelites See Divine Intervention in Lincoln Memorial Confrontation

Hebrew Israelites See Divine Intervention in Lincoln Memorial Confrontation

Members of the Hebrew Israelites demonstrating in Washington in November. The Hebrew Israelites do not have physical churches, with most of their work being done on streets.
Will a New Play Restart a Fire?

Will a New Play Restart a Fire?

Costume sketches for “Good Faith” alongside photographs of those embroiled in a lengthy legal dispute involving the New Haven Fire Department.
After U.S. Backs Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s Leader, Maduro Cuts Ties

After U.S. Backs Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s Leader, Maduro Cuts Ties

Supporters of the Venezuelan opposition marching in Caracas on Wednesday, the anniversary of the 1958 uprising that overthrew the military dictatorship.
California Today: Eric Garcetti on the Teachers’ Strike: ‘I Could Do Things Other People Weren’t Able to Do’

California Today: Eric Garcetti on the Teachers’ Strike: ‘I Could Do Things Other People Weren’t Able to Do’

Mayor Eric Garcetti, center, at a news conference with Alex Caputo-Pearl, left, the president of United Teachers Los Angeles, and Austin Beutner, superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School
Pete Buttigieg, Mayor of South Bend, Ind., Joins Democratic 2020 Race

Pete Buttigieg, Mayor of South Bend, Ind., Joins Democratic 2020 Race

Mr. Buttigieg has formed an exploratory committee for a run for the White House in 2020, joining an expanding Democratic field.
Young Voters Keep Moving to the Left on Social Issues, Republicans Included

Young Voters Keep Moving to the Left on Social Issues, Republicans Included

Members of a conservative student coalition concerned about climate change at Yale University.
4 Arrested and 23 Guns Seized in Plot Against Muslim Enclave in Upstate N.Y.

4 Arrested and 23 Guns Seized in Plot Against Muslim Enclave in Upstate N.Y.

Brian Colaneri, Andrew Crysel and Vincent Vetromile, left to right, were arrested and charged with plotting a terror attack.
The Horrors of Auschwitz at a Museum in New York

The Horrors of Auschwitz at a Museum in New York

In 2018, more than two million people visited the former death camp at Auschwitz, where the sign the Nazis posted reads “Arbeit Macht Frei” (Work Sets You Free).
‘I’m So Afraid’: Emiliano Sala Reportedly Sent Message From Plane

‘I’m So Afraid’: Emiliano Sala Reportedly Sent Message From Plane

Emiliano Sala in 2017. He was aboard a small plane that disappeared Monday night while crossing the English Channel, and he and the pilot are feared dead.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: Yes, Spider-Man Is a Hometown Hero, but Which Borough?

New York Today: N.Y. Today: Yes, Spider-Man Is a Hometown Hero, but Which Borough?

Spider-Men old and new: Miles Morales, left, and Peter Parker in “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.”
‘It’s Not a Wall,’ but Steel Slats and Barbed Wire Roil a Border Town

‘It’s Not a Wall,’ but Steel Slats and Barbed Wire Roil a Border Town

Kirstjen Nielsen, the secretary of Homeland Security, visited a section of new border fencing in Calexico, Calif., in October.
El Chapo Trial: The Kingpin’s Mistress Tells All

El Chapo Trial: The Kingpin’s Mistress Tells All

Testimony from one of Joaquín Guzmán Loera’s mistresses continued on Tuesday.