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Roxanne Finally Gets Her Revenge, 3 Decades After Her Hit Single

Roxanne Finally Gets Her Revenge, 3 Decades After Her Hit Single

Roxanne Shante, on the roof of the Queensbridge housing project where she grew up.
Facebook Faces Growing Pressure Over Data and Privacy Inquiries

Facebook Faces Growing Pressure Over Data and Privacy Inquiries

The headquarters of Cambridge Analytica in central London on Tuesday. The company, which worked on President Trump’s campaign, has faced a backlash after reports that it had obtained information on 50
Ben Carson Defends Buying $31,000 Dining Set to Congress: ‘I Left It to My Wife’

Ben Carson Defends Buying $31,000 Dining Set to Congress: ‘I Left It to My Wife’

Ben Carson, the secretary of housing and urban development, testified before a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing on Tuesday.
Maryland School Gunman Dies After Confrontation With Officer

Maryland School Gunman Dies After Confrontation With Officer

Deputies and federal agents converged on Great Mills High School in Maryland, the scene of a shooting on Tuesday morning.
The 52 Places Traveler: The Suffering and Spirit of San Juan

The 52 Places Traveler: The Suffering and Spirit of San Juan

Scenes from San Juan. Clockwise from top right: Old San Juan; vegetable mofongo at Punto de Vista Restaurant & Bar in Old San Juan; "Santurce Renace"(The Rebirth of Santurce), a sculpture by the
Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Is Held for Questioning on Libyan Cash

Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Is Held for Questioning on Libyan Cash

Former President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, left, welcomed Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya to the Élysée Palace in 2007.
Larry Kwong, 94, Dies; N.H.L.’s First Player of Asian Descent

Larry Kwong, 94, Dies; N.H.L.’s First Player of Asian Descent

Larry Kwong in 1948, the year he became the first person of Asian descent to play in the National Hockey League. He played a single shift for the New York Rangers.
California Today: California Today: A Sheriff Speaks Out Against a Sanctuary Law

California Today: California Today: A Sheriff Speaks Out Against a Sanctuary Law

Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaking about his lawsuit against California at a meeting of law enforcement officers in Sacramento.
For Austin Bomb Investigators, Each New Blast Offers New Clues

For Austin Bomb Investigators, Each New Blast Offers New Clues

The site of a bombing on March 12 in Austin. In a span of 18 days this month, there have been five explosions in two Texas cities.
Nigeria Failed to Act in Schoolgirl Kidnappings by Boko Haram, Report Says

Nigeria Failed to Act in Schoolgirl Kidnappings by Boko Haram, Report Says

A classroom at the school in Dapchi, Nigeria, where dozens of school girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram militants last month.
On Baseball: Yankees Enter the Season Looking for Something to Worry About

On Baseball: Yankees Enter the Season Looking for Something to Worry About

Fans have huge expectations for Giancarlo Stanton in his first year with the Yankees, but C.C. Sabathia advised him “It’s the same, man. It’s baseball.”
How Do You Get 200,000 Pounds of Trash Off Everest? Recruit Yaks

How Do You Get 200,000 Pounds of Trash Off Everest? Recruit Yaks

Workers loading garbage collected from the Everest region at the airport in Lukla, Nepal, from which it will be flown to Kathmandu for recycling. Porters and yaks ferry the trash on their backs from a
Advertising: Air France Reminds Travelers What Their Flight Could Be Like

Advertising: Air France Reminds Travelers What Their Flight Could Be Like

Air France’s new “Take a Chance or Fly Air France” campaign includes a 50-foot roll of Sudoku puzzles, Champagne-flavored gummies and a scratch-and-sniff patch with the aroma of boeuf bourguignon.
The Rise and Fall of Elizabeth Holmes and the Black Turtleneck

The Rise and Fall of Elizabeth Holmes and the Black Turtleneck

Elizabeth Holmes, in her signature turtleneck, speaking at the Clinton Global Initiative in 2015.
Europe’s Grandest Art Fair Draws the Faithful. But Can It Expand Its Appeal?

Europe’s Grandest Art Fair Draws the Faithful. But Can It Expand Its Appeal?

Vincent van Gogh’s “Lilacs” (1887) sold at the European Fine Art Fair in Maastricht for $9.5 million.
Andrew McCabe’s Firing: Here’s What We Know

Andrew McCabe’s Firing: Here’s What We Know

Andrew G. McCabe, the former deputy director of the F.B.I., was fired last week.
FedEx Follows Amazon Into the Robotic Future

FedEx Follows Amazon Into the Robotic Future

Robotic tuggers navigate a FedEx warehouse in North Carolina. Five of the machines have been working next to humans and the plan is to expand the use of robotic labor in the coming months.
Facebook, Uber, Weinstein Company: Your Tuesday Briefing

Facebook, Uber, Weinstein Company: Your Tuesday Briefing

President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, center, greeted government troops in Ghouta, near Damascus, on Sunday.