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Denver Post Editor Who Criticized Paper’s Ownership Resigns

Denver Post Editor Who Criticized Paper’s Ownership Resigns

In April, Chuck Plunkett wrote an editorial in The Denver Post criticizing the paper’s hedge fund owners. On Thursday, Mr. Plunkett resigned as the editorial page editor after he said he was prevented
The Saturday Profile: She Stands Up to Power. Now, She’s Afraid to Go Home.

The Saturday Profile: She Stands Up to Power. Now, She’s Afraid to Go Home.

Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the United Nations special rapporteur for the rights of indigenous peoples, at the world body's headquarters in New York in April.
The Famous Soccer Player Hiding in Plain Sight in a California Bakery

The Famous Soccer Player Hiding in Plain Sight in a California Bakery

The former soccer player Hakan Sukur, exiled from Turkey, is a part-owner of Tuts Bakery and Cafe in Palo Alto, Calif.
Xiaomi, Chinese Gadget Maker, Opens Floodgates for Hong Kong I.P.O.s

Xiaomi, Chinese Gadget Maker, Opens Floodgates for Hong Kong I.P.O.s

A Xiaomi store in Shenyang, China. Xiaomi, one of the world’s largest smartphone makers, filed on Thursday to list its initial public offering on Hong Kong’s stock exchange, which recently loosened
His Predecessors Failed. Can Moon Jae-in Make Peace With North Korea?

His Predecessors Failed. Can Moon Jae-in Make Peace With North Korea?

President Moon Jae-in of South Korea and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, met in the Demilitarized Zone last week.
An Ancient Horse Is Unearthed in a Utah Backyard

An Ancient Horse Is Unearthed in a Utah Backyard

An illustration of Haringtonhippus francisci, an extinct horse species that was found in North America during the last ice age. Rick Hunter, a Utah paleontologist, said the horse, whose skeleton was
Collector Sues to Block Auction of Basquiat, Exposing Ugly Family Dispute

Collector Sues to Block Auction of Basquiat, Exposing Ugly Family Dispute

“Flesh and Spirit” by Jean-Michel Basquiat, in London last month. Sotheby’s plans to auction the painting on May 16.
Review: Marin Ireland, on Fire in ‘Summer and Smoke’

Review: Marin Ireland, on Fire in ‘Summer and Smoke’

Marin Ireland in Tennessee Williams’s “Summer and Smoke,” a production of Classic Stage Company and Transport Group.
As U.S. and Chinese Teams Meet on Trade, One Side Has an Edge in Expertise

As U.S. and Chinese Teams Meet on Trade, One Side Has an Edge in Expertise

Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, in glasses, and other members of the United States delegation in Beijing for trade talks on Thursday.
Giuliani May Have Exposed Trump to New Legal and Political Perils

Giuliani May Have Exposed Trump to New Legal and Political Perils

President Trump reshuffled his legal team in recent weeks as he has sought a more aggressive posture in dealing with the investigations into him and his associates.
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.