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Tammy Duckworth Becomes First Sitting U.S. Senator to Give Birth

Tammy Duckworth Becomes First Sitting U.S. Senator to Give Birth

Senator Tammy Duckworth on Capitol Hill in Washington last month. “Parenthood isn’t just a women’s issue, it’s an economic issue and one that affects all parents — men and women alike,” she said.
On Soccer: The Jamaican Who Isn’t Sure He Wants to Play for Jamaica

On Soccer: The Jamaican Who Isn’t Sure He Wants to Play for Jamaica

Leon Bailey describes himself as “100 percent Jamaican.” But he has so far chosen not to play for the country.
Taking Trips That Mean Something

Taking Trips That Mean Something

Craig and Shirley McCarter, left, and Terry and Carol Sullivan on one of the patios of Museo de Las Conceptas in Cuenca, Ecuador. They had joined a Road Scholar tour to study Spanish and experience
What Mark Zuckerberg Will Be Grilled On at the Congressional Hearings

What Mark Zuckerberg Will Be Grilled On at the Congressional Hearings

At congressional hearings this week, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, right, is likely to face questions about privacy, Russian meddling, fake news and more.
Tainted Synthetic Marijuana Has Been Sickening People Across the Midwest

Tainted Synthetic Marijuana Has Been Sickening People Across the Midwest

Synthetic marijuana is illegally sold in shiny foil packages with names like Insane, Crazy Monkey and Blue Giant from the counters of gas stations, minimarts and head shops.
F.B.I. Raids Office of Trump’s Longtime Lawyer Michael Cohen; Trump Calls It ‘Disgraceful’

F.B.I. Raids Office of Trump’s Longtime Lawyer Michael Cohen; Trump Calls It ‘Disgraceful’

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer, outside the Capitol in September.
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump’s One-Night Stand Turns Into a Legal Nightmare

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump’s One-Night Stand Turns Into a Legal Nightmare

Mr. Trump, echoing his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, last week said he knew nothing about a contractual agreement with Stormy Daniels.
YouTube Is Improperly Collecting Children’s Data, Consumer Groups Say

YouTube Is Improperly Collecting Children’s Data, Consumer Groups Say

A coalition of more than 20 consumer advocacy groups contends that YouTube is collecting and profiting from the personal information of young children on its main site.

Sinclair: Worse Than One Viral Video

The Sinclair Broadcast Group’s biased programming may soon be available in 72 percent of U.S. households. That’s bad news for local media.
Doctors Urge Elite Academy to Expel a Member Over Charges of Plagiarism

Doctors Urge Elite Academy to Expel a Member Over Charges of Plagiarism

The National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine building in Washington.
Hungary Election Was Free but Not Entirely Fair, Observers Say

Hungary Election Was Free but Not Entirely Fair, Observers Say

Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary, center, in Budapest on Sunday with other Hungarian leaders after election results were announced. His party, Fidesz, secured more than 49 percent of the vote.
Body Found Off California Coast May Be Teenager From S.U.V. Plunge

Body Found Off California Coast May Be Teenager From S.U.V. Plunge

Sarah and Jennifer Hart, along with three of their six adopted children, died when their S.U.V. plunged off a cliff in Northern California. A body found on Friday may be one of the other three
Syrian Forces Aimed to Kill Journalists, U.S. Court Is Told

Syrian Forces Aimed to Kill Journalists, U.S. Court Is Told

The journalist Marie Colvin in Tahrir Square in Cairo. Her family says that forces overseen by President Bashar al-Assad of Syria killed her in a targeted attack in 2012.
Books of The Times: ‘Berenice Abbott’ Captures a Large and Star-Studded Life

Books of The Times: ‘Berenice Abbott’ Captures a Large and Star-Studded Life

Blossom Restaurant, 103 Bowery, Manhattan, Oct. 3, 1935. Photo by Berenice Abbott.
Op-Ed Contributor: Bashar al-Assad Knows What He Can Get Away With

Op-Ed Contributor: Bashar al-Assad Knows What He Can Get Away With

A rescue worker carried a child following an alleged chemical weapons attack last week in the rebel-held town of Douma, near Damascus, Syria.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Scott Pruitt’s Civilization-Threatening Lie

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Scott Pruitt’s Civilization-Threatening Lie

A poster in Washington critical of Scott Pruitt, head of the Environmental Protection Agency, for his housing deal with the family of a lobbyist with matters before the agency.