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Bill Cosby’s Lawyer Calls Sex Assault Accuser a ‘Con Artist’

Bill Cosby’s Lawyer Calls Sex Assault Accuser a ‘Con Artist’

On the second day of Bill Cosby’s retrial on sexual assault charges his defense team told the jury that his encounter with Andrea Constand had been consensual.
Diplomatic Riddle Solved: Neither Trumps nor Obamas to Attend Royal Wedding

Diplomatic Riddle Solved: Neither Trumps nor Obamas to Attend Royal Wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle late last month in Belfast, Nothern Ireland.
7 Tons of Cocaine in Jalapeño Cans: The Evidence Against El Chapo

7 Tons of Cocaine in Jalapeño Cans: The Evidence Against El Chapo

Joaquín Guzmán Loera, a.k.a. El Chapo, in custody in 2016. His trial is set for September.
Economic Scene: ‘How Long Can We Last?’ Trump’s Tariffs Hit Home in the U.S.

Economic Scene: ‘How Long Can We Last?’ Trump’s Tariffs Hit Home in the U.S.

A CP Industries plant in McKeesport, Pa. The company says tariffs on imported Chinese steel will increase its costs and make it less competitive in making cylinders for high-pressure gas.
Op-Ed Contributor: It’s Mueller, Not Trump, Who Is Draining the Swamp

Op-Ed Contributor: It’s Mueller, Not Trump, Who Is Draining the Swamp

Robert Mueller, the special counsel, is also telling a story about Washington corruption.

Watch Live: Mark Zuckerberg Testifies

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, testifies in front of a joint session of the Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committees.
Facebook Data Collected by Cambridge Analytica Included Private Messages

Facebook Data Collected by Cambridge Analytica Included Private Messages

On Monday, Facebook began informing people whose data may have been compromised.
Review: In ‘Beirut,’ a War-Torn Backdrop for American Spy Games

Review: In ‘Beirut,’ a War-Torn Backdrop for American Spy Games

From left, Rosamund Pike, Jon Hamm and Dean Norris in “Beirut,” directed by Brad Anderson.
The Interpreter: America’s Three Bad Options in Syria

The Interpreter: America’s Three Bad Options in Syria

A picture said to show victims of a suspected chemical attack in Douma, a suburb of Damascus, in Syria on Sunday.
On Comedy: The Sociopathic Comedy of Brett Davis

On Comedy: The Sociopathic Comedy of Brett Davis

The comedian Brett Davis prepares to marry Tidey, his Tide bottle girlfriend, during a recording of “The Podcast for Laundry” at Abrons Arts Center on Sunday.
Justice Department Launches Probe of College Early Admissions

Justice Department Launches Probe of College Early Admissions

Amherst College in Massachusetts confirmed that it was among the institutions that received the recent letter from the Justice Department.
Raids on Trump’s Lawyer Sought Records of Payments to Women

Raids on Trump’s Lawyer Sought Records of Payments to Women

Critics of the president have claimed that payments to Karen McDougal, left, and Stephanie Clifford, better known as Stormy Daniels, amount to illegal campaign contributions.
At War: Rhodesia’s Dead — but White Supremacists Have Given It New Life Online

At War: Rhodesia’s Dead — but White Supremacists Have Given It New Life Online

A photo illustration composed of screen shots from the Instagram accounts rhodesiaforever and the now-defunct Selous Armory showing Rhodesian-themed merchandise.
A Grand Tiki Bar for a Less-Than-Tropical Island, Manhattan

A Grand Tiki Bar for a Less-Than-Tropical Island, Manhattan

The bartender and partner Brian Miller, one of the leading lights in the current tiki renaissance, is the mastermind behind the Polynesian, an ambitious tiki bar the scale of which New York hasn’t
Critic’s Notebook: The Ice Cream Sundae Must Be Stopped

Critic’s Notebook: The Ice Cream Sundae Must Be Stopped

The brownie hot fudge sundae with Virginia peanuts at Pig Bleecker comes with the obligatory cherry on top.
Thomas Bossert, Trump’s Chief Adviser on Homeland Security, Is Forced Out

Thomas Bossert, Trump’s Chief Adviser on Homeland Security, Is Forced Out

Thomas P. Bossert, President Trump’s homeland security adviser, during a briefing at the White House in August.
The ‘Kanye West of Furniture’ Is Now Nesting in the ’Burbs

The ‘Kanye West of Furniture’ Is Now Nesting in the ’Burbs

Franklin Getchell, left, and Murray Moss at their home in Hamden, Conn.