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Eric Schneiderman Set Himself Up as Trump’s Foil. What Happens Now?

Eric Schneiderman Set Himself Up as Trump’s Foil. What Happens Now?

In his time as attorney general, Eric T. Schneiderman, right, had established himself as a crusader against President Trump and his agenda.
Eric Schneiderman, Consent and Domestic Violence

Eric Schneiderman, Consent and Domestic Violence

The “rough sex defense” gained notoriety in the 1980s after Robert Chambers, center, said he accidentally killed Jennifer Dawn Levin during consensual sex. He pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of
For Netanyahu, Vindication and New Risk After Trump’s Iran Decision

For Netanyahu, Vindication and New Risk After Trump’s Iran Decision

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Cyprus on Tuesday. He praised President Trump’s “bold” decision but now faces new risks.
Faculty Member Shoves Black Graduates Offstage, and the University of Florida Apologizes

Faculty Member Shoves Black Graduates Offstage, and the University of Florida Apologizes

A University of Florida faculty member moving a black student offstage during a commencement ceremony on Saturday.
Eric Schneiderman’s Reputation: From ‘Wouldn’t Get a Bawdy Joke’ to Brute, Overnight

Eric Schneiderman’s Reputation: From ‘Wouldn’t Get a Bawdy Joke’ to Brute, Overnight

Eric Schneiderman, who resigned Monday as New York’s attorney general after claims that he had physically assaulted several women, in his office in December.
Op-Ed Columnist: Make Catholicism Weird Again

Op-Ed Columnist: Make Catholicism Weird Again

Rihanna, Sarah Jessica Parker and Andy Cohen taking a selfie Monday at the Met Gala.
A Radical Artist Takes a Startling Turn Toward Love

A Radical Artist Takes a Startling Turn Toward Love

Marlene Dumas in her studio in Amsterdam. The artist’s newest body of work, “Myths & Mortals,” is on view at David Zwirner in New York through June 30.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump to Iran: America’s Word is Worthless

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump to Iran: America’s Word is Worthless

President Trump declared on Tuesday that he was pulling the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal.
The Wreckage Schneiderman Leaves Behind

The Wreckage Schneiderman Leaves Behind

Eric Schneiderman speaking to reporters last year. On Monday, he resigned as New York attorney general.
A Woman Said She Saw Burglars. They Were Just Black Airbnb Guests.

A Woman Said She Saw Burglars. They Were Just Black Airbnb Guests.

The police were called after a woman didn’t recognize a group of Airbnb guests. “Got surrounded by the police for being black in a white neighborhood,” one of the guests said.

Trump Pulls Out of Iran Deal

President Trump said pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal sends a message that “the United States no longer makes empty threats.”
As Melania Trump Faces Plagiarism Claims, Her Staff Lashes Out at News Media

As Melania Trump Faces Plagiarism Claims, Her Staff Lashes Out at News Media

Melania Trump, the first lady, arriving for the kickoff of her “Be Best” initiative in the Rose Garden at the White House on Monday.
Before Irish Abortion Vote, Facebook Adds Tools to Curb Interference

Before Irish Abortion Vote, Facebook Adds Tools to Curb Interference

Regulating political advertising has become much harder as political activity moves online. Facebook is trying to address concerns.
Paul Ryan Swears Father Conroy Back In as House Chaplain

Paul Ryan Swears Father Conroy Back In as House Chaplain

Catholic lawmakers had rallied behind the Rev. Patrick J. Conroy after his abrupt resignation, which he later rescinded.
9/11 Planner, Tortured by C.I.A., Asks to Tell Senators About Gina Haspel

9/11 Planner, Tortured by C.I.A., Asks to Tell Senators About Gina Haspel

Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, who was captured in 2003, wants to share “six specific paragraphs of information” about Gina Haspel, President Trump’s pick to lead the C.I.A.