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Archdiocese in Minnesota Plans to Settle With Abuse Victims for $210 Million

Archdiocese in Minnesota Plans to Settle With Abuse Victims for $210 Million

Jim Keenan, a survivor of clergy sexual abuse, after a settlement was announced on Thursday between victims and the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Jeff Anderson, left, a lawyer representing
Lawsuit Says Citizenship Question on Census Targets Minorities for Political Gain

Lawsuit Says Citizenship Question on Census Targets Minorities for Political Gain

New citizens watched a video of President Trump during a citizenship ceremony in New York in 2017. The Trump administration announced that it would add a question about citizenship to the 2020 census.
Review: Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto Enter Sniping in ‘The Boys in the Band’

Review: Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto Enter Sniping in ‘The Boys in the Band’

From left, Jim Parsons and Matt Bomer in the 1968 play, about a group of gay friends, being presented on Broadway for the first time.
Critic’s Notebook: New York City Ballet Is in Limbo, but in Bloom

Critic’s Notebook: New York City Ballet Is in Limbo, but in Bloom

Tiler Peck was a twinkling Swanilda in “Coppèlia,” a classic example of the art of the choreographer Marius Petipa, during New York City Ballet’s spring season.
N.B.A. Finals: How the Warriors Won a Wild Game 1 vs. Cavs

N.B.A. Finals: How the Warriors Won a Wild Game 1 vs. Cavs

Kevin Durant (35) was called for a charge against LeBron James late in the game, but officials reversed the call after a video replay.
Don’t Call It an Embassy: U.S. Gives Its Taiwan Ties a $250 Million Upgrade

Don’t Call It an Embassy: U.S. Gives Its Taiwan Ties a $250 Million Upgrade

The new American Institute in Taiwan under construction in Taipei in May.
Dinesh D’Souza? Really?

Dinesh D’Souza? Really?

President Trump pardoned Dinesh D'Souza on Thursday.
Ted Dabney, a Founder of Atari and a Creator of Pong, Dies at 81

Ted Dabney, a Founder of Atari and a Creator of Pong, Dies at 81

Ted Dabney, left, Nolan Bushnell, Fred Marincic and Allan Alcorn in 1973 with a Pong console at the Atari offices in Santa Clara, Calif.
SoftBank Fund Puts $2.25 Billion in G.M.’s Driverless Unit

SoftBank Fund Puts $2.25 Billion in G.M.’s Driverless Unit

A G.M. autonomous car driving through San Francisco last year.
Common Sense: How the Government Could Win the AT&T-Time Warner Case

Common Sense: How the Government Could Win the AT&T-Time Warner Case

Looming over a proposed merger with Time Warner are AT&T’s size and influence in cable, wireless and satellite communications. It’s the nation’s largest telecommunications company, the
Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump Presents: ‘Celebrity Impunity’

Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump Presents: ‘Celebrity Impunity’

Dinesh D'Souza leaving Southern District Federal Court in Manhattan after sentencing in his campaign fraud case.
Report Offers 50 Ways to Avoid the Chaos That Crippled Kennedy Airport

Report Offers 50 Ways to Avoid the Chaos That Crippled Kennedy Airport

A passenger slept while workers cleared snow at Kennedy International Airport in January.
In the World of Cryptocurrency, Even Good Projects Can Go Bad

In the World of Cryptocurrency, Even Good Projects Can Go Bad

Michael Luckow is one of the creators of the cryptocurrency start-up Envion. Despite its early promise, investors worry they have lost whatever money they put into the young company.