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Ashley Judd Sues Harvey Weinstein, Saying He Harmed Her Career

Ashley Judd Sues Harvey Weinstein, Saying He Harmed Her Career

If successful, a lawsuit by Ashley Judd could clarify sexual harassment protections for women in nontraditional business relationships.
Mars InSight: NASA’s Journey Into the Red Planet’s Deepest Mysteries

Mars InSight: NASA’s Journey Into the Red Planet’s Deepest Mysteries

The landing site for the Mars InSight mission is “as close to a 100 kilometer-long parking lot as we could find anywhere,” said the mission’s principal investigator.
Israel Says Secret Files Detail Iran’s Nuclear Subterfuge

Israel Says Secret Files Detail Iran’s Nuclear Subterfuge

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel presented findings from a secret Iranian nuclear archive on Monday. He said they proved Iran was lying when it denied having a nuclear weapons program.
WhatsApp Co-Founder Leaving Facebook Amid User Data Disputes

WhatsApp Co-Founder Leaving Facebook Amid User Data Disputes

Jan Koum, who co-founded WhatsApp, had insisted that strong encryption be built into the messaging service.
New York Times Metro Editor Resigns, Citing ‘Mistakes’

New York Times Metro Editor Resigns, Citing ‘Mistakes’

Wendell Jamieson in September 2017. “I regret and apologize for my mistakes and leaving under these circumstances,” he said in a statement announcing his resignation.
Ireland Investigates Cervical Cancer Screening Scandal

Ireland Investigates Cervical Cancer Screening Scandal

Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said Monday that he was “very angry” and “saddened” by a case involving a publicly funded test program that mistakenly cleared women who later received diagnoses of
Adolescence: Parenting the Fortnite Addict

Adolescence: Parenting the Fortnite Addict

A scene from the popular game Fortnite: Battle Royale.
Investment Boom From Trump’s Tax Cut Has Yet to Appear

Investment Boom From Trump’s Tax Cut Has Yet to Appear

President Trump’s tax cuts have not yet translated into expanded investment by companies like Caterpillar, which provided a front-end loader for Made in America Day last year.
Stanley Kubrick: Before He Wrote Scripts, He Took Photos

Stanley Kubrick: Before He Wrote Scripts, He Took Photos

Stanley Kubrick’s 1948 shot of a circus executive, foreground, and aerialists rehearsing in the middle distance. The photo is part of an exhibition, “Stanley Kubrick: Through a Different Lens,”
Stormy Daniels Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Donald Trump

Stormy Daniels Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Donald Trump

Stephanie Clifford, known professionally as Stormy Daniels, earlier this month in New York.
DealBook: Sprint and T-Mobile Try Again, but Antitrust Hurdles Remain the Same

DealBook: Sprint and T-Mobile Try Again, but Antitrust Hurdles Remain the Same

No matter how hard T-Mobile and Sprint try to sell their merger, it seems headed toward a battle with antitrust regulators.
Trump, Hoping for ‘Great Celebration,’ Wants to Hold North Korea Talks in DMZ

Trump, Hoping for ‘Great Celebration,’ Wants to Hold North Korea Talks in DMZ

“The United States has never been closer to potentially having something happen with respect to the Korean Peninsula,” President Trump declared on Monday during a joint news conference in the Rose
Women Fighting Sexism in Jazz Have a Voice. And Now, a Code of Conduct.

Women Fighting Sexism in Jazz Have a Voice. And Now, a Code of Conduct.

Nine of the 14 members of the We Have Voice Collective, which is releasing a Code of Conduct for the improvised-music community, photographed at the Jazz Gallery in Manhattan. Clockwise from top left:
The Stealth Success of John Mulaney

The Stealth Success of John Mulaney

“I’m not trying to be Frank Capra, but you truly learn so much from failure,” John Mulaney said of his sitcom, canceled after just two episodes.
C.D.C. Director’s $375,000 Salary Will Be Cut

C.D.C. Director’s $375,000 Salary Will Be Cut

Dr. Robert R. Redfield’s salary is being reduced following reports that he was being paid more than the Health and Human Services secretary, the head of the Food and Drug Administration and the