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On Comedy: A Netflix Experiment Gives Deserving Comics Their 15 Minutes

On Comedy: A Netflix Experiment Gives Deserving Comics Their 15 Minutes

Michelle Buteau is one of the comics taking part in Netflix’s experimental 15-minute specials.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Supreme Temptation of Amy Coney Barrett

Op-Ed Columnist: The Supreme Temptation of Amy Coney Barrett

Since the announcement of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement last week, Amy Coney Barrett has emerged as a front-runner for his seat.
Killing of African Giraffe Sets Off Anger at ‘White American Savage’ Who Shot It

Killing of African Giraffe Sets Off Anger at ‘White American Savage’ Who Shot It

Photographs of an American woman with a giraffe she killed in South Africa have been widely circulated on social media.
Why the Supreme Court Opening Could Affect Gay Marriage as Well as Abortion

Why the Supreme Court Opening Could Affect Gay Marriage as Well as Abortion

Public support for same-sex marriage has grown over the last two decades. Soon, a more conservative Supreme Court could decide its fate.
Opinion: At 9 He Lost His Mom to Gang Violence. At 12 He Lost His Dad to Trump’s Immigration Policies.

Opinion: At 9 He Lost His Mom to Gang Violence. At 12 He Lost His Dad to Trump’s Immigration Policies.

Families fleeing poverty and violence in Central America arrive at a bus station in McAllen, Tex., last month. Unlike Brayan and his father, this family was released and not separated.
England Shakes Its Shootout Curse and Saves Its World Cup

England Shakes Its Shootout Curse and Saves Its World Cup

England’s players celebrated after defeating Colombia in a penalty shootout.
About New York: At Graduation, a Son in the Limelight and a Father in the Shadows

About New York: At Graduation, a Son in the Limelight and a Father in the Shadows

Chosen as speaker at his high school graduation, Roni Lezama, 18, spoke of his father Carlos, 52, who has a deportation hearing in the fall, after almost 25 years in the United States.
Alan Dershowitz Says Martha’s Vineyard Is ‘Shunning’ Him Over Trump

Alan Dershowitz Says Martha’s Vineyard Is ‘Shunning’ Him Over Trump

His comparison to McCarthyism drew online mockery. He told the local paper, “This is supposed to be a place where you leave your politics at the door.”
R.I.P. Warped Tour. At Least We Still Have Vans.

R.I.P. Warped Tour. At Least We Still Have Vans.

Vans on the feet of a crowd surfer during The Used show at the Vans Warped Tour in June in San Diego, Calif.
Judge Orders Extension of FEMA Aid for Puerto Rican Storm Evacuees

Judge Orders Extension of FEMA Aid for Puerto Rican Storm Evacuees

David Olmeda and Christine Gonzalez’s son Kahil, in the motel room in Kissimmee, Fla., where they have been living since Hurricane Maria forced them from their home in Puerto Rico.
A Tinder Moment, a Gift From OkCupid and a Bumble Officiant

A Tinder Moment, a Gift From OkCupid and a Bumble Officiant

Daniel and Nikki Rubin were engaged in the West Hollywood, Calif., headquarters of Tinder. When they entered the building, she saw a huge sign with their Tinder profile pictures.
Album Review: Jupiter & Okwess Turn Congo Turbulence Into Ferocious Grooves

Album Review: Jupiter & Okwess Turn Congo Turbulence Into Ferocious Grooves

Jupiter & Okwess’s lyrics concentrate on positive thinking rather than open protest on the band’s new album, “Kin Sonic.”
Israel Penalizes Palestinians for Payments to Prisoners and ‘Martyrs’

Israel Penalizes Palestinians for Payments to Prisoners and ‘Martyrs’

A rally marking Prisoners’ Day in the West Bank city of Nablus, in April.
The World Cup’s Hot New Accessory Comes With a Few Questions

The World Cup’s Hot New Accessory Comes With a Few Questions

Fans at the World Cup in Russia like the perks that come with using the digital Fan ID badges, but concerns have been raised about data privacy.

Trump Officials Reverse Obama’s Policy on Affirmative Action in Schools

The Justice and Education Departments will encourage the nation’s schools and universities to adopt race-blind admissions policies.
New York Times Reassigns Reporter in Leak Case

New York Times Reassigns Reporter in Leak Case

Ali Watkins, who had been covering federal law enforcement in Washington, will be assigned a mentor and moved to a new beat in New York.