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The Tragic Diagnosis They Already Knew: Their Brother Died With C.T.E.

The Tragic Diagnosis They Already Knew: Their Brother Died With C.T.E.

Jeff Parker, above, who was drafted by the Sabres in 1982, was encouraged to fight as a pro, his family said. “He didn’t want to do that,” said his brother Scott, who provided this photo. “He just
Elon Musk Rejects ‘Boring, Bonehead Questions,’ and Tesla’s Stock Slides

Elon Musk Rejects ‘Boring, Bonehead Questions,’ and Tesla’s Stock Slides

Elon Musk’s contentious conference call with analysts after Tesla’s earnings announcements sent shares of the electric-car maker sharply lower.
Timeline: The Path of Stormy Daniels’s $130,000 Payment to Keep Quiet

Timeline: The Path of Stormy Daniels’s $130,000 Payment to Keep Quiet

Stephanie Clifford, a pornographic actress known as Stormy Daniels, received a $130,000 payment from President Trump’s lawyer.
Giuliani’s Bark May Come Back to Bite Trump

Giuliani’s Bark May Come Back to Bite Trump

For Rudolph W. Giuliani, the embrace of Donald J. Trump’s candidacy at times appeared to be a likely entree back into the limelight of national politics after a disastrous 2008 bid for the White
How Nightclubs Became Museum Pieces

How Nightclubs Became Museum Pieces

The interior of the Palladium nightclub in New York in 1985, designed by the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki with a mural by Keith Haring.
The Legal Issues Raised by the Stormy Daniels Payment, Explained

The Legal Issues Raised by the Stormy Daniels Payment, Explained

One question surrounding Michael D. Cohen’s payment to a porn actress is whether it was intended to influence the election by suppressing a claim that could have hurt Donald J. Trump’s chances.
Trump Orders Pentagon to Consider Reducing U.S. Forces in South Korea

Trump Orders Pentagon to Consider Reducing U.S. Forces in South Korea

American troops training in South Korea last year. President Trump has argued that the United States isn’t adequately compensated for the cost of maintaining 28,500 soldiers on the peninsula.
Why David Goodall, 104, Renowned Australian Scientist, Wants to Die

Why David Goodall, 104, Renowned Australian Scientist, Wants to Die

David Goodall is not terminally ill but says his quality of life has deteriorated so badly that he has no reason to live.
On Fox News of All Places, Damaging Moments for Trump

On Fox News of All Places, Damaging Moments for Trump

Rudolph W. Giuliani, who has joined President Trump’s legal team, made a surprising disclosure on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program about a $130,000 payment to a pornographic film actress.
Why Are American Troops in the Yemen War?

Why Are American Troops in the Yemen War?

Yemenis inspecting the damage from airstrikes in the city of Saada in January.
Tariff Impact Colors a Key House Race in Boeing Country

Tariff Impact Colors a Key House Race in Boeing Country

Boeing jets on a production line in Everett, Wash. A major Washington State employer, Boeing is probably the American company with the most riding on a healthy relationship with China.
Will Tourism Ruin the Rainbow Mountain of Peru?

Will Tourism Ruin the Rainbow Mountain of Peru?

The Rainbow Mountain in southeastern Peru has become a must-see attraction. But environmentalists fear damage to the remote landscape.
Knicks Said to Hire David Fizdale as Head Coach

Knicks Said to Hire David Fizdale as Head Coach

David Fizdale, who will become the Knicks' coach, was most recently the head coach of the Memphis Grizzlies, but was fired in November after a sluggish start to the season.
De Blasio Moves to Bring Safe Injection Sites to New York City

De Blasio Moves to Bring Safe Injection Sites to New York City

Mayor Bill de Blasio, in endorsing a plan to open safe injection sites in New York, said the program would “save lives and get more New Yorkers into the treatment they need.”
St. Paul’s School Called ‘Haven for Sexual Predators’ in New Lawsuit

St. Paul’s School Called ‘Haven for Sexual Predators’ in New Lawsuit

A lawsuit filed this week marks a new round of allegations against St. Paul’s School, which has been mired in reports of years-old abuses and questions about its handling of recent allegations of
Op-Ed Columnist: Does Giuliani Have a Plan, or Is This Just a Freakout?

Op-Ed Columnist: Does Giuliani Have a Plan, or Is This Just a Freakout?

In April, President Trump denied knowledge of a $130,000 payment to Stephanie Clifford, a pornographic film actress known as Stormy Daniels. On Thursday, he directly contradicted that statement.