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Inside the Deadlock Over Russia’s Track and Field Athletes

Inside the Deadlock Over Russia’s Track and Field Athletes

Sergey Shubenkov, pictured in 2016, is one of a handful of Russian track and field athletes who are allowed to compete internationally.
6 Takeaways From the James Comey Memos

6 Takeaways From the James Comey Memos

James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director.
Bette Midler to Return to ‘Hello, Dolly!’ This Summer

Bette Midler to Return to ‘Hello, Dolly!’ This Summer

Bette Midler won a Tony Award for her role as Dolly Gallagher Levi, a human steamroller out to land a rich husband in 19th-century New York.
Venture Capitalists Seek ‘Safe Harbor’ for Virtual Currencies

Venture Capitalists Seek ‘Safe Harbor’ for Virtual Currencies

A virtual currency mining site in Gondo, Switzerland. Some large virtual currencies are distributed on a daily basis to computers helping to maintain the network, while some are created through
Macron Had a Big Plan for Europe. It’s Now Falling Apart.

Macron Had a Big Plan for Europe. It’s Now Falling Apart.

President Emmanuel Macron speaking in Épinal, France, on Tuesday. Mr. Macron’s proposed European overhaul has been hamstrung by the results of elections in Germany and Italy.
Alabama Executes Mail Bomber, 83, the Oldest Inmate Put to Death in Modern Era

Alabama Executes Mail Bomber, 83, the Oldest Inmate Put to Death in Modern Era

Walter Leroy Moody Jr., 83, was executed Thursday night in Alabama. His reign of terror raised fears of racial violence and unsettled the federal judiciary.
Comey Memos Provide Intimate Look Into Trump Presidency

Comey Memos Provide Intimate Look Into Trump Presidency

Copies of the memos written by the former F.B.I. director James B. Comey detailing interactions with President Trump. Lawmakers are expected to receive unredacted versions on Friday.
Review: Whose ‘Fair Lady’? This Time, Eliza’s in Charge

Review: Whose ‘Fair Lady’? This Time, Eliza’s in Charge

Lauren Ambrose, at center, letting loose at the racetrack in the Lincoln Center Theater revival of “My Fair Lady.”
2 Sheriff’s Deputies Are Killed While Eating at North Florida Restaurant

2 Sheriff’s Deputies Are Killed While Eating at North Florida Restaurant

Sgt. Noel Ramirez, 29, one of two sheriff’s deputies killed in Trenton, Fla.
Engine on Southwest Jet Not the Only One to Develop Cracks

Engine on Southwest Jet Not the Only One to Develop Cracks

On Tuesday, the same day an engine exploded on a 737 operated by Southwest Airlines, the F.A.A. barred the Rolls Royce Trent 1000 engine, above on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, from ultralong, over-water
Seeking Foreign Money, G.O.P. Donor Pushed for Trump to Golf With Malaysian Premier

Seeking Foreign Money, G.O.P. Donor Pushed for Trump to Golf With Malaysian Premier

Elliott Broidy explored plans to force the exit from the United States of a Chinese billionaire and dissident, evidently to please Chinese allies in Malaysia.
F.D.A. Panel Recommends Approval of Cannabis-Based Drug for Epilepsy

F.D.A. Panel Recommends Approval of Cannabis-Based Drug for Epilepsy

The drug’s active ingredient, cannabidiol, is one of the chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant but it does not make people high.
Pompeo Nears Confirmation but Faces Historic Rebuke From Committee

Pompeo Nears Confirmation but Faces Historic Rebuke From Committee

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee will vote on Mike Pompeo's nomination to be secretary of state on Monday.
Audit Approved of Facebook Policies, Even After Cambridge Analytica Leak

Audit Approved of Facebook Policies, Even After Cambridge Analytica Leak

PwC, an auditing firm responsible for monitoring Facebook’s compliance with a federal consent decree, effectively gave the company a clean bill of health in a 2017 report on privacy controls.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Great Snake Oil Slump

Op-Ed Columnist: The Great Snake Oil Slump

President Trump may try to sell his tax cuts, but much of the public’s not buying.
Op-Ed Contributor: Is Russia Sponsoring Terrorism?

Op-Ed Contributor: Is Russia Sponsoring Terrorism?

Emergency workers at the site where a former Russian intelligence agent, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter were poisoned with what the authorities say was a Russian military-grade nerve agent.