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Do Serial Killers Just Stop? Yes, Sometimes

Do Serial Killers Just Stop? Yes, Sometimes

The serial killer Ted Bundy being escorted from court in 1977 in Aspen, Colo.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Cosby Jury Finally Believes the Women

Op-Ed Contributor: The Cosby Jury Finally Believes the Women

Bill Cosby reacting to the verdict at the Montgomery County Courthouse in his sexual assault retrial.

Facebook Faces Tough Questions in Britain That It Avoided in the U.S.

Facebook’s chief technology officer testified before a British panel in a hearing that stood in stark contrast to the efforts of American lawmakers.
Golden State Killer’s Victims: The Families Who Never Gave Up Hope

Golden State Killer’s Victims: The Families Who Never Gave Up Hope

Cheri Domingo and her boyfriend Gregory Sanchez were murdered in 1981. Their case was cold until three decades later, when a man suspected of being the Golden State Killer was arrested.
Review: In ‘Bobby Kennedy for President,’ a Don Draper of Politics

Review: In ‘Bobby Kennedy for President,’ a Don Draper of Politics

Robert F. Kennedy in 1966, in his New York apartment. “Bobby Kennedy for President,” a four-part documentary on Netflix, explores his 1968 campaign.
Bill Cosby Has a Few Words for the Court

Bill Cosby Has a Few Words for the Court

Bill Cosby at the Montgomery County courthouse in Norristown, Pa., where a jury found him guilty of three counts of sexual assault.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s War on the Poor

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump’s War on the Poor

President Trump and his administration lack empathy for the poor.
Editorial: A Reckoning for Cosby — Now for Others?

Editorial: A Reckoning for Cosby — Now for Others?

A jury found Bill Cosby guilty Thursday of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home 14 years ago.
Two Projects Helping Female Artists in Africa Find Their Voices

Two Projects Helping Female Artists in Africa Find Their Voices

Stacey Gillian Abe, an artist from Uganda whose subject matter is women’s satisfactions and objectification, in a Johannesburg studio run by the Project Space. The work is by Benon Lutaaya.
After Arduous Journey, Migrants See Stubborn Obstacle: Trump

After Arduous Journey, Migrants See Stubborn Obstacle: Trump

Migrants from Central America walked to a shelter in Tijuana this week.
Common Sense: $11 Million a Year for a Law Partner? Bidding War Grows at Top-Tier Firms

Common Sense: $11 Million a Year for a Law Partner? Bidding War Grows at Top-Tier Firms

It used to be that partners almost never left Cravath, Swaine & Moore voluntarily — not for other law firms, at least, let alone for an “eat what you kill” firm like Kirkland & Ellis.

The Woman Who Brought Down Bill Cosby

Andrea Constand is the only woman among more than 50 accusers whose complaint against Mr. Cosby has resulted in a conviction. A jury found him guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault.
F.B.I. Letter Casts Further Doubt on White House’s Rob Porter Timeline

F.B.I. Letter Casts Further Doubt on White House’s Rob Porter Timeline

The White House has issued several competing timelines about what it knew about Rob Porter, who resigned as President Trump’s staff secretary in February over allegations of spousal abuse.
Parents Sue North Korea Over College Student’s Death After Time in Prison

Parents Sue North Korea Over College Student’s Death After Time in Prison

Fred and Cindy Warmbier, the parents of Otto F. Warmbier, allege in a lawsuit that North Korea “took Otto hostage for its own wrongful ends and brutally tortured and murdered him.”