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U.S. Transfers First Guantánamo Detainee Under Trump, Who Vowed to Fill It

U.S. Transfers First Guantánamo Detainee Under Trump, Who Vowed to Fill It

The wartime prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, became a charged symbol around the world of prisoner abuses and American power.
Why Silicon Valley Must Go to War

Why Silicon Valley Must Go to War

Can technology for war be cleaved so cleanly from technology for everything else?
Where Art Forgeries Meet Their Match

Where Art Forgeries Meet Their Match

Jamie Martin, the head of Sotheby’s scientific research department, in his lab with some of the equipment he uses to study paintings.
Op-Ed Contributor: Fast Bus Service in New York City? It’s Possible

Op-Ed Contributor: Fast Bus Service in New York City? It’s Possible

Passengers prepare to get off the M104 bus in Manhattan, in April.
All We Want to Do Is Watch Each Other Play Video Games

All We Want to Do Is Watch Each Other Play Video Games

Bring your own controllers, at the new Esports Arena, in Oakland, Calif.
Diablo Cody, Responding to Criticism, Says ‘Tully’ Is Meant to Be ‘Uncomfortable’

Diablo Cody, Responding to Criticism, Says ‘Tully’ Is Meant to Be ‘Uncomfortable’

Charlize Theron portrays an exhausted mother of three in the film “Tully.” The movie’s depiction of postpartum depression has raised concerns among some mothers.
Trump Joins House Attacks Over Investigations

Trump Joins House Attacks Over Investigations

In a tweet on Wednesday, President Trump called the legal system “rigged” and threatened to “use the powers granted to the Presidency and get involved” in the conflict.
Cambridge Analytica to File for Bankruptcy After Misuse of Facebook Data

Cambridge Analytica to File for Bankruptcy After Misuse of Facebook Data

Cambridge Analytica’s offices in London in March. The firm became embroiled in a data harvesting scandal on Facebook that compromised the personal information of up to 87 million people.
First Attacker Convicted in Beating at Charlottesville Rally

First Attacker Convicted in Beating at Charlottesville Rally

DeAndre Harris was assaulted in a parking garage during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., on Aug. 12.
The U.S. Says It Has a Tariff Deal With Brazil. Brazil Disagrees.

The U.S. Says It Has a Tariff Deal With Brazil. Brazil Disagrees.

Brazil accused the Trump administration on Wednesday of breaking off negotiations over the tariffs last week and issuing an ultimatum. According to the Brazilian authorities, the United States said

Andy Warhol’s Never-Before-Seen Photo Portraits

A rediscovered trove of images includes portraits of Muhammad Ali, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Grace Jones.
Summer Zervos, Trump Accuser, Subpoenas ‘The Apprentice’ Recordings

Summer Zervos, Trump Accuser, Subpoenas ‘The Apprentice’ Recordings

Summer Zervos, a former contestant on “The Apprentice,” is suing President Trump for defamation after he called her a liar for accusing him of sexual assault.
Ex-Lobbyist for Foreign Governments Helped Plan Pruitt Trip to Australia

Ex-Lobbyist for Foreign Governments Helped Plan Pruitt Trip to Australia

A number of people from outside the government have worked to influence foreign travel by Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection Agency chief.
Tech We’re Using: Taking Visual Journalism Into the Sky With Drones

Tech We’re Using: Taking Visual Journalism Into the Sky With Drones

Josh Haner, a New York Times photographer, with his DJI Phantom drone at the Li River in China in 2016. “Every year, drones get smaller and their cameras get more advanced,” he said.
Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Describe Topless Photo Shoot and Uneasy Night Out

Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Describe Topless Photo Shoot and Uneasy Night Out

Cheerleaders for the Washington Redskins waiting to run onto the field before a 2013 game.
Israeli Law Vesting War Power in 2 Top Leaders Faces Criticism

Israeli Law Vesting War Power in 2 Top Leaders Faces Criticism

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel made his case against Iran on Monday, overshadowing a move by Parliament to give him and his defense minister war powers.