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For Some in the Hamptons, It’s Not a Home Without a Dock

For Some in the Hamptons, It’s Not a Home Without a Dock

A view of Howard Deutsch’s North Haven, N.Y., home from his 245-foot dock. Next to the bulkhead is a sleeping cottage.
Running Uphill: The Challenge of Unseating Dianne Feinstein

Running Uphill: The Challenge of Unseating Dianne Feinstein

Supporters of Senator Dianne Feinstein and of Kevin de León, the State Senate leader, at the California Democratic Party convention in San Diego in February.
‘Dietland’ is Violent, Disruptive and Surreal. And Funny.

‘Dietland’ is Violent, Disruptive and Surreal. And Funny.

Marti Noxon (at her home in Studio City, Calif.) has created in “Dietland,” a show that ricochets from drama to horror to satire to rom-com to revenge fantasy.
Sean Combs Is Revealed as Buyer of Kerry James Marshall Painting

Sean Combs Is Revealed as Buyer of Kerry James Marshall Painting

“Past Times” by Kerry James Marshall sold for $21.1 million on Wednesday to the music mogul Sean Combs.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trump’s Iran Move May Swamp Greece

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trump’s Iran Move May Swamp Greece

A march on the Israeli embassy in Athens to protest the U.S. decision to relocate its embassy to Jerusalem and to condemn the deaths of Palestinians killed along the Gaza border.
Malaysia Seizes Najib’s ‘Rather Big’ Trove of Jewels and Handbags

Malaysia Seizes Najib’s ‘Rather Big’ Trove of Jewels and Handbags

The Malaysian police said they removed 284 boxes of handbags from residences belonging to former Prime Minister Najib Razak and his wife, Rosmah Mansor.
Clashing With Trump, E.U. Tries to Blunt U.S. Sanctions on Iran

Clashing With Trump, E.U. Tries to Blunt U.S. Sanctions on Iran

“We will not negotiate with the sword of Damocles hanging over our heads,” said European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, center. With him were Prime Minister Boyko Borissov of Bulgaria,
Miss America Appoints Women to Top Positions, Months After Email Scandal

Miss America Appoints Women to Top Positions, Months After Email Scandal

From left, Regina Hopper, Marjorie Vincent-Tripp and Gretchen Carlson, who now lead the Miss America Organization.
Editorial Observer: Gimme Shelters, Manhattan

Editorial Observer: Gimme Shelters, Manhattan

The plan to turn the Park Savoy Hotel in Midtown Manhattan into a men's homeless shelter has drawn a range of reactions.
Trump Administration to Tie Health Facilities’ Funding to Abortion Restrictions

Trump Administration to Tie Health Facilities’ Funding to Abortion Restrictions

A Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs. A new Trump administration rule, expected to be announced today, would curb reproductive rights.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Gaza Violence: How Extremism Corrupts

Op-Ed Columnist: The Gaza Violence: How Extremism Corrupts

Palestinians protesting at the Gaza-Israel border on Tuesday tried to avoid tear gas.
White House Memo: ‘Bigger Than Watergate’? Both Sides Say Yes, but for Different Reasons

White House Memo: ‘Bigger Than Watergate’? Both Sides Say Yes, but for Different Reasons

President Trump at Capitol Hill on Tuesday at the National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service.
Congressional Candidates, Not Mueller, Could Decide Trump’s Future

Congressional Candidates, Not Mueller, Could Decide Trump’s Future

Should Robert S. Mueller III unearth information implicating President Trump or members of his immediate family in serious crimes, it could put enormous and in many cases unwanted pressure on Congress