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Op-Ed Columnist: The Naked Truth About Trump

Op-Ed Columnist: The Naked Truth About Trump

Rudy Giuliani confused everyone a few days ago about the Stormy Daniels payoff. But, President Trump later assured, his new lawyer would “get his facts straight.”
News Analysis: Can Weak Unions Get Teachers More Money?

News Analysis: Can Weak Unions Get Teachers More Money?

Teachers in Arizona demonstrated at the Capitol in Phoenix as the legislature discussed a budget that included raises for teachers.
How Michael Cohen, Trump’s Fixer, Built a Shadowy Business Empire

How Michael Cohen, Trump’s Fixer, Built a Shadowy Business Empire

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, leaving federal court in Manhattan on April 26.
Macron Is Depicted as a King Amid Protests of ‘Soft Dictatorship’

Macron Is Depicted as a King Amid Protests of ‘Soft Dictatorship’

Thousands marched in the streets of Paris on Saturday to protest the policies of President Emmanuel Macron.

Kanye West Likened Slavery to a Choice. History Says Otherwise.

In perhaps his most shocking statement to date, the rap superstar Kanye West said 400 years of slavery sounded “like a choice.” But history tells a different story.
At His Ranch, John McCain Shares Memories and Regrets With Friends

At His Ranch, John McCain Shares Memories and Regrets With Friends

Senator John McCain and former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., in Philadelphia in October. Mr. McCain encouraged Mr. Biden to “not walk away” from politics during a recent visit.
As State Lawmaker Claims Abuse, Party Leaders Shield Her Colleague

As State Lawmaker Claims Abuse, Party Leaders Shield Her Colleague

State Representative Tarah Toohil, left, with her body guard at the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg. Ms. Toohil obtained a protection order in March against a fellow Republican lawmaker who she
Aleksei Navalny Detained at Protest on Eve of Putin’s Inauguration

Aleksei Navalny Detained at Protest on Eve of Putin’s Inauguration

The Russian police detained the opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny during a demonstration against President Vladimir V. Putin in Moscow on Saturday.
What the Non-Revolution of May ’68 Taught Us

What the Non-Revolution of May ’68 Taught Us

Paris, 1968: Protesters honoring the memory of Gilles Tautin, a high school student who drowned while fleeing the police during the civil uprising that year.
Berkshire’s Annual Meeting: Buffett Approves of Apple’s Buyback Plan

Berkshire’s Annual Meeting: Buffett Approves of Apple’s Buyback Plan

Warren Buffett, at left, and Charlie Munger are seen on a screen at Berkshire’s annual meeting.
When an Erotic Photographer’s Muse Becomes His Critic

When an Erotic Photographer’s Muse Becomes His Critic

Kaori, a former model, recently described years of ill treatment by the Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki. “He treated me like an object,” she wrote in a blog post.
Native American Brothers Pulled From Campus Tour After Nervous Parent Calls Police

Native American Brothers Pulled From Campus Tour After Nervous Parent Calls Police

The campus police of Colorado State University stopped Thomas Kanewakeron Gray, left, and his brother Lloyd Skanahwati Gray after a parent became “nervous,” the school said.
What Is Cinco de Mayo?

What Is Cinco de Mayo?

Performers re-enacting the Battle of Puebla as part of a Cinco de Mayo celebration in Mexico City last year.
Thousands of German Students Protest ‘Unfair’ English Exam

Thousands of German Students Protest ‘Unfair’ English Exam

The Abitur is a pivotal national exam for German students leaving secondary school for university, and can shape their future careers.
Disrupting the Dishes

Disrupting the Dishes

Year & Day founder Kathryn Duryea hosts dinner parties for friends at her home in San Francisco, styling take out food on her Year & Day dishes.