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Review: Does Power Corrupt in ‘Henry V’? Absolutely

Review: Does Power Corrupt in ‘Henry V’? Absolutely

Zenzi Williams, seated, as Henry, and David Ryan Smith, a chorus member, in “Henry V,” directed by Robert O’Hara.
Tom Brokaw, in Email, Angrily Denies Harassment Claim

Tom Brokaw, in Email, Angrily Denies Harassment Claim

In a long email message on Friday, Tom Brokaw said he was “hurt, angry and unmoored” by allegations made by Linda Vester, a former correspondent at NBC News.
Op-Ed Columnist: Kim Jong-un Sells a Peace Bridge

Op-Ed Columnist: Kim Jong-un Sells a Peace Bridge

Friday’s summit meeting between the leaders of North and South Korea was a master class in diplomatic choreography.
Op-Ed Columnist: Yipes! They Canned the Chaplain

Op-Ed Columnist: Yipes! They Canned the Chaplain

The Rev. Patrick Conroy, the House chaplain, at a ceremony in the Capitol rotunda in 2013.
Florida Deputies’ Killer: Armed to the Teeth, but Motive Remains a Mystery

Florida Deputies’ Killer: Armed to the Teeth, but Motive Remains a Mystery

An officer stood watch during a memorial service for Sgt. Noel Ramirez and Deputy Taylor Lindsey on Tuesday in Bell, Fla.
N.F.L. Draft 2018 Round 2 and 3 Live Updates

N.F.L. Draft 2018 Round 2 and 3 Live Updates

Nevada offensive lineman Austin Corbett at the N.F.L. scouting combine in Indianapolis last month. Corbett was the taken by the Browns as the top pick of the draft’s second round on Friday.
They Revealed Harassment Claims Against a Professor, and Were Disciplined

They Revealed Harassment Claims Against a Professor, and Were Disciplined

Eliza Putnam, left, and Samantha Norman at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center campus. After they told a class about harassment claims against its professor, the school said they had violated the code
The Golden State Killer Is Tracked Through a Thicket of DNA, and Experts Shudder

The Golden State Killer Is Tracked Through a Thicket of DNA, and Experts Shudder

A photomicrograph of a male karyotype. Privacy and ethical concerns are rising after a genealogy website was used to identify a suspect in the Golden State Killer cases.
Editorial: Koreans’ Talk of Peace Raises Hopes and Doubts

Editorial: Koreans’ Talk of Peace Raises Hopes and Doubts

North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, right, and the South’s president, Moon Jae-in,agreed on Friday to work to remove all nuclear weapons from the Korean Peninsula.
Sex Harassment Complaints in New York Fall Into an Enforcement Maze

Sex Harassment Complaints in New York Fall Into an Enforcement Maze

Patricia Gunning’s retaliation complaint against her boss at a New York State agency was routed through several different investigative bodies and has yet to be resolved — a common fate for harassment
Eight of 10 Victims in Toronto Van Rampage Were Women

Eight of 10 Victims in Toronto Van Rampage Were Women

One of several memorials on Yonge Street in Toronto to the victims hit by a van driver this week.
Critic’s Notebook: San Francisco Ballet’s Limpid Sophistication Shines in ‘Unbound’

Critic’s Notebook: San Francisco Ballet’s Limpid Sophistication Shines in ‘Unbound’

Benjamin Freemantle in Trey McIntyre’s “Your Flesh Shall Be a Great Poem” — a grippingly odd ballet to songs by Chris Garneau.
Cosby Verdict Is Hailed a Breakthrough. Here’s Why It Was an Anomaly.

Cosby Verdict Is Hailed a Breakthrough. Here’s Why It Was an Anomaly.

Bill Cosby as he left the Montgomery County Courthouse after being found guilty.

From Dictator to Diplomat: Kim Jong-un’s Extreme Makeover

How did North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, go from being an international pariah to a smiling diplomat in a matter of a few months?
5 Takeaways From the House Report on Russian Election Meddling

5 Takeaways From the House Report on Russian Election Meddling

The report into Russia’s election interference by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee blamed American intelligence agencies for failing to discern the objectives of President Vladimir V.
12 Marvel Movies in 31 Hours. It Didn’t Feel Like Infinity.

12 Marvel Movies in 31 Hours. It Didn’t Feel Like Infinity.

The crowd in Auditorium 17 just before the final movie in the marathon, "Avengers: Infinity War."
E.P.A. Readies Plan to Weaken Rules That Require Cars to Be Cleaner

E.P.A. Readies Plan to Weaken Rules That Require Cars to Be Cleaner

The new regulations would also challenge California's authority to set its own emissions marks, which it seeks to keep at the tougher, Obama-era standards.