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For Politicians Scraping Bottom, a Scarce Resource: Impeachment Lawyers

For Politicians Scraping Bottom, a Scarce Resource: Impeachment Lawyers

Ross H. Garber, who has represented besieged governors in Alabama, Connecticut and South Carolina, has arguably become the nation’s leading impeachment lawyer.
A Gay Referee Tries to Find His Place in Hockey

A Gay Referee Tries to Find His Place in Hockey

Andrea Barone in September. He is a referee in the ECHL, two levels below the N.H.L. A gay man, Barone wears a pride sticker on his helmet.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Macron Meets His Moment of Truth

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Macron Meets His Moment of Truth

An activist held a placard accusing the Macron government of state violence during clashes between protesters and France’s security forces, on April 15. People were occupying land where an airport was
Op-Ed Contributor: What Fuels the Saudi Rivalry With Iran?

Op-Ed Contributor: What Fuels the Saudi Rivalry With Iran?

Police faced off against protesters in the town of Qatif, in eastern Saudi Arabia, in 2011. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman blames Iran for demonstrations by Shiite citizens in the oil-rich Eastern
Holstering the K-Pop, South Korea Silences Propaganda at the DMZ

Holstering the K-Pop, South Korea Silences Propaganda at the DMZ

South Korean soldiers with loudspeakers in the Demilitarized Zone between the two Koreas in 2004.
With Death in Streets, Nicaragua Cancels Social Security Revamp

With Death in Streets, Nicaragua Cancels Social Security Revamp

Students clashed with the riot police during a protest against social security changes in Managua, Nicaragua, on Saturday.
By Stifling Migration, Sudan’s Feared Secret Police Aid Europe

By Stifling Migration, Sudan’s Feared Secret Police Aid Europe

Undocumented immigrants arrested last year by Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces. The European Union has made the country a nerve center for an effort to counter human smuggling, but many migration
Hillary Clinton Avoids Direct Reference to Comey Memos in Speech

Hillary Clinton Avoids Direct Reference to Comey Memos in Speech

“We have a president who seems to reject the role of a free press in our democracy,” Hillary Clinton said on Sunday at PEN America’s World Voices Festival.
Professor Apologizes for Helping Cambridge Analytica Harvest Facebook Data

Professor Apologizes for Helping Cambridge Analytica Harvest Facebook Data

Aleksandr Kogan, the academic who created an app to harvest data from tens of millions of Facebook profiles, said the company knew what he was doing.
Review: ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Raises the Bar for Broadway Magic

Review: ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Raises the Bar for Broadway Magic

A scene on Platform 9¾ in “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” at the Lyric Theater. From left, Noma Dumezweni as Hermione Granger, Susan Heyward, Paul Thornley, Brooklyn Shuck, Benjamin Wheelwright,
Review: Rhyme Gone Wild in ‘The Metromaniacs’

Review: Rhyme Gone Wild in ‘The Metromaniacs’

From left, Dina Thomas, Christian Conn and Adam LeFevre in “The Metromaniacs” at the Duke on 42nd Street.
ISIS Spokesman Calls for Attacks on Arab Nations

ISIS Spokesman Calls for Attacks on Arab Nations

Young men taking selfies atop the ruins of Nebi Yunus shrine in east Mosul, Iraq, after it was liberated from the Islamic State in February.
Public Servants Are Losing Their Foothold in the Middle Class

Public Servants Are Losing Their Foothold in the Middle Class

Shala Marshall has taught for 17 years, has a master’s degree and has been a finalist for Oklahoma teacher of the year. Her adjusted gross income is $28,000, she said, and “I can’t support a family on
Op-Ed Columnist: A Time for Big Economic Ideas

Op-Ed Columnist: A Time for Big Economic Ideas

Teachers rallied at the state capitol in Oklahoma City, Okla., earlier this month for higher salaries and better school funding.
In Cuba’s Change of Leadership, More Black Officials in Power

In Cuba’s Change of Leadership, More Black Officials in Power

Paying homage to Fidel Castro at Plaza de la Revolucion in Havana in 2016.
Op-Ed Contributor: Thank Trump, or You’ll Be Sorry

Op-Ed Contributor: Thank Trump, or You’ll Be Sorry

Trump supporters watch as the motorcade of President Trump passes by in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Sunday.
2 Student Murders Have Binghamton University on Edge

2 Student Murders Have Binghamton University on Edge

A Binghamton University student was fatally stabbed in his dormitory, Windham Hall, last week — the second murder of a Binghamton student in two months.