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Red Schoendienst, St. Louis Cardinals Star and Oldest Hall of Famer, Dies at 95

Red Schoendienst, St. Louis Cardinals Star and Oldest Hall of Famer, Dies at 95

Red Schoendienst, who died on Wednesday, was, at 95, the oldest living member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
These Women Survived Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries. They’re Ready to Talk.

These Women Survived Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries. They’re Ready to Talk.

The back wall of the old Gloucester Laundry, the last of Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries, in Dublin.
Overlooked No More: How One Woman Shook Up the Abolitionist Movement

Overlooked No More: How One Woman Shook Up the Abolitionist Movement

Mary Ann Shadd Cary was a writer, an educator, a lawyer, an abolitionist and the first black woman in North America to edit and publish a newspaper.
Review: ‘Dan Cody’s Yacht’ Sells Upward Mobility for Dummies

Review: ‘Dan Cody’s Yacht’ Sells Upward Mobility for Dummies

Rick Holmes, left, and Kristen Bush in “Dan Cody’s Yacht,” by Anthony Giardina, at at City Center Stage I in Manhattan.
Tunisia Truth Commission Brings One Court Case in Four Years

Tunisia Truth Commission Brings One Court Case in Four Years

Protesters outside a court in Tunisia on May 29 held portraits of Kamel Matmati, who was arrested in 1991 and tortured to death, according to witness statements.
Kevin Durant Pulls Warriors Closer to Another N.B.A. Title

Kevin Durant Pulls Warriors Closer to Another N.B.A. Title

Kevin Durant scoring two of his game-high 43 points on Wednesday.
Art Review: Giacometti: Beguiled by Thin Men and Women

Art Review: Giacometti: Beguiled by Thin Men and Women

Alberto Giacometti, “Suspended Ball,” 1930–31. His Surrealist sculptures were witty, off-kilter and sometimes dripping with sex. A sphere dangles from a string in a cage, “teasing but never touching a
New Mexico Could Elect First Native American Woman to Congress

New Mexico Could Elect First Native American Woman to Congress

Deb Haaland shook New Mexico’s political establishment by sailing to a primary victory on Tuesday over five Democratic opponents.
Witnesses Demand Focus on Guns at First School Safety Commission Hearing

Witnesses Demand Focus on Guns at First School Safety Commission Hearing

Betsy DeVos, the education secretary and chairwoman of the federal commission on school safety, had said the panel would not wade into the gun control debate.
White Manager Pleads Guilty to Forcing Black Cook to Work for Years Without Pay

White Manager Pleads Guilty to Forcing Black Cook to Work for Years Without Pay

Bobby Paul Edwards admitted that he used violence, threats, isolation and intimidation to force an intellectually disabled black cook to work over 100 hours a week without pay for years.
Elizabeth Warren and a Scholarly Debate Over Medical Bankruptcy That Won’t Go Away

Elizabeth Warren and a Scholarly Debate Over Medical Bankruptcy That Won’t Go Away

Senator Elizabeth Warren last week at the Massachusetts Democratic Party Convention in Worcester. She ran for the Senate largely on the themes she had explored in her scholarship.
Two Pruitt Aides Resign as E.P.A. Ethics Questions Continue

Two Pruitt Aides Resign as E.P.A. Ethics Questions Continue

Scott Pruitt’s scheduler, Millan Hupp, and Sarah Greenwalt, a senior counsel to the administrator, resigned from the Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday.
Boston Grapples With Faneuil Hall, Named for a Slaveholder

Boston Grapples With Faneuil Hall, Named for a Slaveholder

Faneuil Hall, the historic meetinghouse in downtown Boston, is a major draw for tourists, few of whom seem familiar with the colonial merchant it is named for.
What to Expect as the House Heads Toward an Immigration Showdown

What to Expect as the House Heads Toward an Immigration Showdown

Representative Kevin McCarthy, the majority leader, and Speaker Paul D. Ryan on Wednesday.
Trump’s ‘Winning’ Is America’s Losing

Trump’s ‘Winning’ Is America’s Losing

“Winning is such a great feeling,” President Trump told graduates of the Naval Academy in May. “Nothing like winning — you got to win.”
No, Mr. Trump, Canada Did Not Burn the White House Down in the War of 1812

No, Mr. Trump, Canada Did Not Burn the White House Down in the War of 1812

Proto-Canadians, disguised as British troops, set the torch to Washington in 1814, during the War of 1812.