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Styles Q. and A.: Don Nelson Talks Hoops, Poker and, Uh, Weed

Styles Q. and A.: Don Nelson Talks Hoops, Poker and, Uh, Weed

Don Nelson wore a fish tie as the coach for the Milwaukee Bucks in 1987.
Roy Moore Sues 4 Women, Claiming Defamation and Conspiracy

Roy Moore Sues 4 Women, Claiming Defamation and Conspiracy

Roy Moore, the former Republican Senate candidate from Alabama, last year.
Gig Economy Business Model Dealt a Blow in California Ruling

Gig Economy Business Model Dealt a Blow in California Ruling

An Uber sticker above one for its ride-hailing rival Lyft. Even if a ruling like California’s eventually forces such companies to change their business model, that moment could be far off.
French Museum Discovers More Than Half Its Collection Is Fake

French Museum Discovers More Than Half Its Collection Is Fake

Visitors exploring the museum dedicated to the French painter Étienne Terrus in Elne, France, on Saturday, one day after it reopened with a significantly reduced collection.
White House Delays Tariffs on E.U., Canada and Mexico for 30 Days

White House Delays Tariffs on E.U., Canada and Mexico for 30 Days

A Volkswagen factory in Germany. The European Union has held firm to its insistence that the trade measures violate international trading law.
Cardinal George Pell to Stand Trial on Historical Sex Offenses

Cardinal George Pell to Stand Trial on Historical Sex Offenses

Cardinal George Pell, Australia’s most senior Roman Catholic and the church’s No. 3 official worldwide, leaving court in Melbourne on Tuesday.
Mueller Has Dozens of Inquiries for Trump in Broad Quest on Russia Ties and Obstruction

Mueller Has Dozens of Inquiries for Trump in Broad Quest on Russia Ties and Obstruction

Robert S. Mueller III is said to be trying to determine whether the president had criminal intent when he fired James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director.
Analysis: Sex, Sport, and Why Track and Field’s New Rules on Intersex Athletes Are Essential

Analysis: Sex, Sport, and Why Track and Field’s New Rules on Intersex Athletes Are Essential

Because of testosterone throughout the life cycle, many nonelite males routinely outperform the best elite females, including in track and field.
Was Sheldon Silver Corrupt, or Was It Just Politics as Usual?

Was Sheldon Silver Corrupt, or Was It Just Politics as Usual?

Sheldon Silver, the former New York State Assembly speaker, leaves federal court on Monday after the first day of his retrial on federal corruption charges.
White House Considers Restricting Chinese Researchers Over Espionage Fears

White House Considers Restricting Chinese Researchers Over Espionage Fears

The Trump administration is considering restrictions on students and researchers from China over concerns that they could be sharing American technology and trade secrets with the Chinese.
Did Michelle Wolf Kill the White House Correspondents’ Dinner?

Did Michelle Wolf Kill the White House Correspondents’ Dinner?

The comedian Michelle Wolf at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday. The incoming president of the association behind the annual event said, “It will not surprise you to hear that my
Meet the Schlapps, Washington’s Trump-Era ‘It Couple’

Meet the Schlapps, Washington’s Trump-Era ‘It Couple’

Matt and Mercedes Schlapp at home in Alexandria, Va. To some Republicans, the Schlapps are a conservative “it couple.” To others, they’re opportunists.
Op-Ed Columnist: Truth Has Stopped Mattering in the Russia Investigation

Op-Ed Columnist: Truth Has Stopped Mattering in the Russia Investigation

Since the election, there have been so many revelations about Trump’s Russia ties that it’s impossible to keep track of them all.
Editorial: The Implausible Promises of a T-Mobile-Sprint Merger

Editorial: The Implausible Promises of a T-Mobile-Sprint Merger

T-Mobile’s chief executive, John Legere, left, and Marcelo Claure, Sprint’s C.E.O., have agreed to a $26.5 billion merger.
Would AT&T’s Time Warner Deal Help or Hurt Consumers? Judge Will Now Decide

Would AT&T’s Time Warner Deal Help or Hurt Consumers? Judge Will Now Decide

“The only lessening of competition that would occur is if this merger is blocked,” the lead lawyer for AT&T and Time Warner said. The Justice Department’s lead lawyer said, “There are hundreds of
As Oscars Pile Up, Iranian Film Grows Up

As Oscars Pile Up, Iranian Film Grows Up

Participants at Oliver Stone’s master class in film-making take a selfie with him at Iran’s 2018 Fajr International Film Festival.
Op-Ed Columnist: How’s That Tax Cut Working Out?

Op-Ed Columnist: How’s That Tax Cut Working Out?

A protest in Washington on April 17 was tied to the scheduled deadline to file income tax returns.
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.