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News Analysis: Disney Made Quick Work of ‘Roseanne.’ It’s Not Always So Easy.

News Analysis: Disney Made Quick Work of ‘Roseanne.’ It’s Not Always So Easy.

Roseanne Barr on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last month. Ms. Barr’s namesake show was canceled by ABC the day after she made a racist post on Twitter.
U.S. Is Poised to Impose Steel and Aluminum Tariffs on European Union

U.S. Is Poised to Impose Steel and Aluminum Tariffs on European Union

The United States has threatened to impose tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum from allies like the European Union, Canada and Mexico. German steel from a mill like this one in Duisburg could be
Sarah Huckabee Sanders Chokes Up at Student’s Question on Shootings

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Chokes Up at Student’s Question on Shootings

A 13-year-old boy asked what the Trump administration was doing to prevent violence in schools.
For Giuliani (Boo!), Yankee Stadium Is No Longer a Safe Space

For Giuliani (Boo!), Yankee Stadium Is No Longer a Safe Space

Rudolph W. Giuliani at Yankee Stadium on Monday. He was booed by fans between innings, a reflection of how far the city and its former mayor have drifted.
Irish Leader Apologizes for Adoptions That ‘Robbed Children’ of Their Identity

Irish Leader Apologizes for Adoptions That ‘Robbed Children’ of Their Identity

Prime Minister Leo Varadkar of Ireland apologized on Wednesday to 126 people who were adopted between 1946 and 1969 under with falsified birth certificates, saying that the revelation opened “another
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Immigration Policy Veers From Abhorrent to Evil

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Immigration Policy Veers From Abhorrent to Evil

Central American asylum-seekers waiting in April for buses to take them to the Mexico-United States border.
Tesla Fixes Model 3 Flaw, Getting Consumer Reports to Change Review

Tesla Fixes Model 3 Flaw, Getting Consumer Reports to Change Review

Tesla beamed a software update to Model 3s to improve their braking, which Consumer Reports had faulted. As a result, on Wednesday the car received a “recommended” rating that it had been denied just
Editorial: Whatever It Was, We Didn’t Do It

Editorial: Whatever It Was, We Didn’t Do It

A makeshift memorial for Arkady Babchenko, who was thought to have been killed but was not.
How to Turn Children Into Criminals

How to Turn Children Into Criminals

Central American migrants, moving in a caravan through Mexico toward the United States border, standing in line for food at a shelter set up for them by the Catholic Church in Puebla, Mexico, in
F.B.I. Official Wrote Secret Memo Fearing Trump Got a Cover Story for Comey Firing

F.B.I. Official Wrote Secret Memo Fearing Trump Got a Cover Story for Comey Firing

Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, oversees the special counsel’s investigation.
Harvey Weinstein Indicted on Rape and Criminal Sexual Act Charges

Harvey Weinstein Indicted on Rape and Criminal Sexual Act Charges

A Manhattan grand jury voted on Wednesday to indict Harvey Weinstein, center, on charges that he raped one woman and forced another to perform oral sex, the Manhattan district attorney said.
58 Years Later, Alabama Apologizes for Expelling Black Students After Lunch Counter Sit-In

58 Years Later, Alabama Apologizes for Expelling Black Students After Lunch Counter Sit-In

From left, St. John Dixon, James McFadden and Joseph Peterson. They received honorary degrees from Alabama State University in 2010, but the state had never apologized for expelling them and six other
How Trump’s Election Shook Obama: ‘What if We Were Wrong?’

How Trump’s Election Shook Obama: ‘What if We Were Wrong?’

President Barack Obama in August 2016 at the White House. In the weeks after Donald J. Trump’s election, Mr. Obama went through multiple emotional stages, according to a new book by his longtime
‘You’ll All Know Who I Am,’ Parkland Suspect Said in Video

‘You’ll All Know Who I Am,’ Parkland Suspect Said in Video

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., where 17 people were killed in the Feb. 14 shooting.
Op-Ed Columnist: Right About Roseanne

Op-Ed Columnist: Right About Roseanne

The cast of “Roseanne” in an appearance on ABC’s “Good Morning America” in March.
Roseanne Barr, Back on Twitter, Has More to Say

Roseanne Barr, Back on Twitter, Has More to Say

Roseanne Barr attending the premiere of ABC’s “Roseanne” in March. A day after her show was canceled as the result of an insensitive tweet she had written, Ms. Barr was back on Twitter, writing posts
After Years of Trying, Virginia Finally Will Expand Medicaid

After Years of Trying, Virginia Finally Will Expand Medicaid

Gov. Ralph Northam, Democrat of Virginia, speaking at a rally in support of expanding Medicaid in March. The Republican-controlled Senate approved an expansion on Wednesday.
The Pyramids of Giza Are Near a Pizza Hut, and Other Sites That May Disappoint You

The Pyramids of Giza Are Near a Pizza Hut, and Other Sites That May Disappoint You

The pyramids of Giza in Egypt are not nearly as remote as many people think.