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Kennedy Center Rescinds Bill Cosby’s Honors, a First for the Institution

Kennedy Center Rescinds Bill Cosby’s Honors, a First for the Institution

Bill Cosby and his wife, Camille, at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in 1998, the year he received a Kennedy Center Honors prize.

The Candidate Who’s Too Trump-Like Even for Trump

Republicans in Washington, including President Trump, are encouraging West Virginians not to vote for Don Blankenship, a popular Senate candidate with a complicated past.
After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

After Fatal Uber Crash, a Self-Driving Start-Up Moves Forward

Drive.ai plans to operate a fleet of autonomous taxis, including this blue and orange vehicle, in a limited area of Frisco, Tex., starting in July.
Eric Schneiderman Resigns as New York Attorney General Amid Assault Claims by 4 Women

Eric Schneiderman Resigns as New York Attorney General Amid Assault Claims by 4 Women

Eric T. Schneiderman, the New York attorney general, had assumed a prominent role in the #MeToo movement.
White House Aides Are Urging President Trump to Fire Scott Pruitt, the E.P.A. Chief

White House Aides Are Urging President Trump to Fire Scott Pruitt, the E.P.A. Chief

Scott Pruitt on Capitol Hill last month. White House staff members say they are confident that if Mr. Pruitt leaves, his deputy will continue to implement the president’s deregulatory agenda.
The New Health Care: It’s Time for a New Discussion of Marijuana’s Risks

The New Health Care: It’s Time for a New Discussion of Marijuana’s Risks

A marijuana vape lounge in Oakland, Calif. The medical literature focuses on the potential harms involving smoked cannabis, but we know little to nothing about edibles.
The Woman at the Center of Gov. Eric Greitens’s Criminal Trial

The Woman at the Center of Gov. Eric Greitens’s Criminal Trial

Gov. Eric Greitens of Missouri faces a criminal trial on a felony charge of invasion of privacy.

John Bolton Wants Regime Change in Iran. What’s His Alternative?

As talks with North Korea approach, the new national security adviser, John Bolton, has long pushed for regime change in another country with nuclear ambitions: Iran. One of his chosen replacements is
Air France Dispute Threatens to Escalate Macron’s Battle With Labor

Air France Dispute Threatens to Escalate Macron’s Battle With Labor

Air France-KLM planes at Paris’s Charles de Gaulle Airport. A labor standoff has cost Air France an estimated 300 million euros, or $360 million, in lost revenue, and its shares plunged 13 percent on
‘Mean Girls’: What’s New in Girl World and What’s Out

‘Mean Girls’: What’s New in Girl World and What’s Out

Erika Henningsen as Cady, second from left, with the Plastics, played by Ashley Park, Taylor Louderman and Kate Rockwell. They’re shiny, fake and hard.
We Collected and Published ISIS’ Internal Documents. What Questions Do You Have?

We Collected and Published ISIS’ Internal Documents. What Questions Do You Have?

Rukmini Callimachi and her team recovered more than 15,000 pages of Islamic State documents from Iraq. They became the basis for “The ISIS Files,” published in April.
Trump Is Expected to Leave Iran Deal, Allies Say

Trump Is Expected to Leave Iran Deal, Allies Say

President Trump has called the accord a “disaster” and vowed during the 2016 presidential campaign to kill it.
Oliver North Is Named N.R.A. President

Oliver North Is Named N.R.A. President

Oliver North delivered the invocation at the National Rifle Association-Institute for Legislative Action Leadership Forum in Dallas last week.