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Reactions to Cosby Verdict: ‘Women Were Finally Believed’

Reactions to Cosby Verdict: ‘Women Were Finally Believed’

The lawyer Gloria Allred with accusers of Bill Cosby after the jury convicted Mr. Cosby of sexual assault on Thursday in Norristown, Pa.
E. Coli Flare-Up Is Largest Multistate Outbreak Since 2006

E. Coli Flare-Up Is Largest Multistate Outbreak Since 2006

At least 84 people in 19 states have fallen ill in what is now the largest multistate E. coli outbreak since 2006.
The Cosby Verdict: Did the #MeToo Movement Sway the Jury?

The Cosby Verdict: Did the #MeToo Movement Sway the Jury?

Andrea Constand after testifying on Wednesday. A jury on Thursday convicted Bill Cosby of three counts of aggravated indecent assault against Ms. Constand.
Dear Abby, #MeToo

Dear Abby, #MeToo

Elizabeth Gilmer, a.k.a. the advice columnist Dorothy Dix, in 1940.
Op-Ed Contributor: When Misogynists Become Terrorists

Op-Ed Contributor: When Misogynists Become Terrorists

A memorial for victims of the van attack on Tuesday in Toronto.
Bill Cosby Assault Case: A Timeline From Accusation to Sentencing

Bill Cosby Assault Case: A Timeline From Accusation to Sentencing

Bill Cosby leaves court in handcuffs after being sentenced to three to 10 years in prison.
Former Judge Chosen to Review Materials Seized From Michael Cohen

Former Judge Chosen to Review Materials Seized From Michael Cohen

Michael D. Cohen at the federal courthouse in Manhattan on Thursday morning. Materials seized from him in an F.B.I. raid earlier this month will be screened by a former federal judge.
Bill Cosby Found Guilty of Sexual Assault in Retrial

Bill Cosby Found Guilty of Sexual Assault in Retrial

Bill Cosby on Thursday after he was found guilty in his sexual assault retrial in Norristown, Pa.
Fight Over Care of Brain-Damaged Baby Divides Britain

Fight Over Care of Brain-Damaged Baby Divides Britain

Tom Evans, the father of Alfie Evans, speaking to the news media outside Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, Britain, on Thursday.
Women Describe Invasive Strip Searches on Visits to City Jails

Women Describe Invasive Strip Searches on Visits to City Jails

Jeannette Reynoso said she was subjected to a body-cavity search when she visited her husband on Rikers Island in 2015. Such searches are prohibited in New York City jails.
Verdict in Pamplona Gang Rape Case Sets Off Immediate Outcry

Verdict in Pamplona Gang Rape Case Sets Off Immediate Outcry

A protest Thursday against the verdict in the trial of five men accused of gang raping an 18-year-old in Pamplona. The court found the men guilty of “sexual abuse,” but cleared them of the more
Review: ‘Duck Butter’ and the 24-Hour ‘for Real’ Relationship

Review: ‘Duck Butter’ and the 24-Hour ‘for Real’ Relationship

Laia Costa and Alia Shawkat in Miguel Arteta’s “Duck Butter.”
Jaguars Owner Shahid Khan Makes $800 Million Offer for Wembley Stadium

Jaguars Owner Shahid Khan Makes $800 Million Offer for Wembley Stadium

Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan has taken his team to Wembley annually. Now he wants to buy it.
What We Know About Joseph DeAngelo, the Golden State Killer Suspect

What We Know About Joseph DeAngelo, the Golden State Killer Suspect

A photo of Joseph James DeAngelo was displayed during a news conference in Sacramento announcing his arrest.
Trilobites: A New Spider Family Tree Tries to Untangle the Evolution of Webs

Trilobites: A New Spider Family Tree Tries to Untangle the Evolution of Webs

A garden orb-weaver spider near Rio Negro, Brazil. Researchers have drawn a new tree of spider evolution to determine whether orb web-weaving came from a common ancestor or if it evolved more than
Teachers in Arizona and Colorado Walk Out Over Education Funding

Teachers in Arizona and Colorado Walk Out Over Education Funding

Teachers, supporters and students at Chase Field, a baseball stadium in Phoenix, before their march to the State Capitol on Thursday.
Senate Confirms C.I.A. Chief Mike Pompeo to Be Secretary of State

Senate Confirms C.I.A. Chief Mike Pompeo to Be Secretary of State

Mike Pompeo’s year of service as the director of the C.I.A. has given him a running start as he becomes Secretary of State.
Tas-Yuryakh Journal: From Siberia, an Unlikely Cry: ‘We Need Greenpeace Out Here!’

Tas-Yuryakh Journal: From Siberia, an Unlikely Cry: ‘We Need Greenpeace Out Here!’

Every spring, thousands of miles of so-called winter highways, mostly serving oil and mining towns in Siberia and in the far north of European Russia, melt back into the swamps from which they were