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They’re Out of Prison. Can They Stay Out of the Hospital?

They’re Out of Prison. Can They Stay Out of the Hospital?

Ronald Sanders, a community health worker with Transitions Clinic Network in San Francisco, checking on a client. Mr. Sanders, who himself was in and out of prison, helps the formerly incarcerated get
Trump Asked Sessions to Retain Control of Russia Inquiry After His Recusal

Trump Asked Sessions to Retain Control of Russia Inquiry After His Recusal

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced in March 2017 that he was recusing himself from oversight of the Russia investigation and any other campaign-related matters.
Editorial: A Stopgap Government in Italy

Editorial: A Stopgap Government in Italy

President Sergio Mattarella of Italy on Sunday.
Texting About His Day at School, a Santa Fe Student Describes a ‘Nervous’ Return

Texting About His Day at School, a Santa Fe Student Describes a ‘Nervous’ Return

The scene outside Santa Fe High School on Tuesday, the first day of school after a shooting there killed 10 people.
Gov. Eric Greitens: How His Downfall Unfolded

Gov. Eric Greitens: How His Downfall Unfolded

Gov. Eric Greitens of Missouri has called the investigation into his behavior a “political witch hunt.”
In Ending ‘Roseanne,’ ABC Executive Makes Her Voice Heard

In Ending ‘Roseanne,’ ABC Executive Makes Her Voice Heard

Channing Dungey had stayed out of the spotlight since taking over as the head of ABC Entertainment in 2016, but her decision to cancel “Roseanne” drew praise from people throughout Hollywood on
Lawyers in Cohen Case to Appear in Court to Negotiate Disputes

Lawyers in Cohen Case to Appear in Court to Negotiate Disputes

Federal agents seized documents, cellphones, iPads and computers from the apartment, hotel room and office of Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s longtime lawyer and fixer.
Critic’s Notebook: Roseanne Barr Crosses a Line, and ABC Draws One

Critic’s Notebook: Roseanne Barr Crosses a Line, and ABC Draws One

ABC canceled its highly-rated sitcom “Roseanne” after Roseanne Barr made racist remarks on Twitter. Above, Ms. Barr and John Goodman on the show.
Why Italy’s Political Turmoil Is Causing Financial Angst Elsewhere

Why Italy’s Political Turmoil Is Causing Financial Angst Elsewhere

Matteo Salvini, the leader of the League, has campaigned for years against a single currency.
Missouri’s Governor, a Rising G.O.P. Star, Resigns Amid Scandal

Missouri’s Governor, a Rising G.O.P. Star, Resigns Amid Scandal

Gov. Eric Greitens of Missouri announced his resignation at the state Capitol, in Jefferson City, Mo., on Tuesday.
Twitter Users Respond to Roseanne Barr’s Firing

Twitter Users Respond to Roseanne Barr’s Firing

Roseanne Barr and John Goodman in the revived “Roseanne.”
Active Shooter Game Angers Parkland Parents: ‘This Is Gross, This Is Profiteering’

Active Shooter Game Angers Parkland Parents: ‘This Is Gross, This Is Profiteering’

A scene from Active Shooter, a game scheduled for release on June 6 that simulates mass shootings.
Profile: A French-Rwandan Rap Star Turned Novelist From Burundi

Profile: A French-Rwandan Rap Star Turned Novelist From Burundi

“Small Country,” by Gaël Faye, is about a boy, living in Burundi during the war between the Hutus and Tutsis, who loses his innocence in spite of desperately wanting to cling onto it.
Economic Scene: The Profound Social Cost of American Exceptionalism

Economic Scene: The Profound Social Cost of American Exceptionalism

A homeless woman and her grandchild in Atlantic City, where more than a third of the population lives in poverty. The share of Americans in poverty is more than twice that in France, Iceland or the