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Stacey Abrams Wins Georgia Democratic Primary for Governor, Making History

Stacey Abrams Wins Georgia Democratic Primary for Governor, Making History

Republican Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, left, a candidate for Georgia governor, during an election night gathering in Gainesville, Ga., on Tuesday.
There’s a Sinkhole at the White House. Blame the Swamp. (Really.)

There’s a Sinkhole at the White House. Blame the Swamp. (Really.)

The North Lawn of the White House in April. On Sunday, a sinkhole was found on the lawn, near the entrance to the press briefing room.
Critic’s Notebook: It Was ‘Roseanne’ vs. ‘Roseanne,’ in a Polarizing Revival

Critic’s Notebook: It Was ‘Roseanne’ vs. ‘Roseanne,’ in a Polarizing Revival

Roseanne Barr and John Goodman in the season finale of “Roseanne” on ABC.
Overdoses From ‘Dangerous Batch’ of K2 Grows to 56 in Brooklyn

Overdoses From ‘Dangerous Batch’ of K2 Grows to 56 in Brooklyn

Authorities are warning that an especially toxic batch of the synthetic drug K2 has been circulating in Brooklyn. At least 56 people have overdosed in recent days, including this man being attended to
We Are the Original Southerners

We Are the Original Southerners

An Indian delegation visited the White House Conservatory in 1863 during the Civil War. The story of American Indians during that period is largely overlooked in the contemporary struggle over statues
Three Reporters Are Turned Away From an E.P.A. Event

Three Reporters Are Turned Away From an E.P.A. Event

Scott Pruitt, the E.P.A. administrator, testifying before a Senate committee this month. Mr. Pruitt is the subject of at least 12 federal investigations.
Why Campus Shootings Are So Shocking: School Is the ‘Safest Place’ for a Child

Why Campus Shootings Are So Shocking: School Is the ‘Safest Place’ for a Child

Students outside Santa Fe High School in Texas, where a gunman killed 10 people last week.
Michael Cohen Bonded With Russia-Tied C.E.O., Though Deals Didn’t Pan Out

Michael Cohen Bonded With Russia-Tied C.E.O., Though Deals Didn’t Pan Out

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer, developed close connections with the head of an investment firm that gave him a $1 million consulting contract.
Predatory Colleges, Freed to Fleece Students

Predatory Colleges, Freed to Fleece Students

Betsy DeVos, the education secretary, testifying Tuesday during a House committee hearing.
Nixon Has the Buzz, but Cuomo Hits Convention With the Advantage

Nixon Has the Buzz, but Cuomo Hits Convention With the Advantage

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to easily secure a ballot spot at this week’s New York Democratic convention, where he will be endorsed on Wednesday by Hillary Clinton.
Op-Ed Columnist: Hamas, Netanyahu and Mother Nature

Op-Ed Columnist: Hamas, Netanyahu and Mother Nature

A sign in Gaza City warns against swimming or fishing near an outlet that releases raw sewage into the sea.
Op-Ed Columnist: Robert Mueller, You’re Starting to Scare Me

Op-Ed Columnist: Robert Mueller, You’re Starting to Scare Me

Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in the election just passed the one year mark.
200 Professors Call for Ouster of U.S.C. President, Citing Lack of ‘Moral Authority’

200 Professors Call for Ouster of U.S.C. President, Citing Lack of ‘Moral Authority’

C.L. Max Nikias, the University of Southern California president. A petition calling for his resignation included many of the university’s most celebrated professors.
A Sweeping Plan to Fix the Subways Comes With a $19 Billion Price Tag

A Sweeping Plan to Fix the Subways Comes With a $19 Billion Price Tag

The subway’s new leader, Andy Byford, is expected to unveil a $19 billion plan on Wednesday to overhaul the city’s subway system.
Congress Approves First Big Dodd-Frank Rollback

Congress Approves First Big Dodd-Frank Rollback

The changes would relax federal oversight of banks with assets of less than $250 billion, including a requirement that such institutions face so-called stress tests.
‘Fauda,’ an Israeli TV Hit, Lets Viewers Escape — Into the Conflict

‘Fauda,’ an Israeli TV Hit, Lets Viewers Escape — Into the Conflict

Lior Raz, left, and Avi Issacharoff, the creators of the Israeli TV show “Fauda,” which has become a surprise international sensation.
Michael Cohen’s Business Partner Agrees to Cooperate as Part of Plea Deal

Michael Cohen’s Business Partner Agrees to Cooperate as Part of Plea Deal

Evgeny Freidman, who for many years has been Michael Cohen’s partner in the taxi business, left court in Albany on Tuesday after pleading guilty and promising his cooperation in state and federal