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What to Keep in Mind When Thinking About the Midterms

What to Keep in Mind When Thinking About the Midterms

Dr. Hiral Tipirneni, a Democrat, lost a special election in Arizona’s Eighth Congressional District this week. But she lost by a surprisingly small margin, considering how strongly Republican the
The Look: ‘Behold Death, Darkness, Chaos and the Void’

The Look: ‘Behold Death, Darkness, Chaos and the Void’

Kevin McArdle and DJ Hodges performing with their band Skullsplitter at Sabor Norteño in the Corona section of Queens.
Why One Woman Testified Against Bill Cosby: ‘I Had the Strength’

Why One Woman Testified Against Bill Cosby: ‘I Had the Strength’

Lise-Lotte Lublin at home in Las Vegas on Thursday. She was one of several women to testify against Bill Cosby in the trial that ended with his conviction for sexual assault.
Bob Dylan’s Latest Gig: Making Whiskey

Bob Dylan’s Latest Gig: Making Whiskey

Bob Dylan in a promotional photo for his Heaven’s Door whiskey, which will be introduced next month.
Police’s Shifting Account of Black Man’s Death Raises Questions in Savannah

Police’s Shifting Account of Black Man’s Death Raises Questions in Savannah

Jameillah Smiley at her home in Savannah, Ga. Her 20-year-old son, Ricky Boyd, was shot and killed by the police just outside the front door.
Irish Voters Speak Out on Landmark Abortion Referendum

Irish Voters Speak Out on Landmark Abortion Referendum

A demonstration in favor of more liberal abortion laws, in Dublin in March.
Alfie Evans, Terminally Ill British Toddler at Center of Court Fight, Dies

Alfie Evans, Terminally Ill British Toddler at Center of Court Fight, Dies

Balloons and toys in support of the toddler Alfie Evans, outside the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, England.
Marking Mississippi’s Literary Trail, From William Faulkner to Jesmyn Ward

Marking Mississippi’s Literary Trail, From William Faulkner to Jesmyn Ward

Jesmyn Ward, a Mississippi native and two-time winner of the National Book Award, is proud of her state’s literary tradition.
The Interpreter: How Trump’s Mixed Signals Complicate America’s Role in the World

The Interpreter: How Trump’s Mixed Signals Complicate America’s Role in the World

President Trump has taken divergent approaches to North Korea and Iran over nuclear weapons.
For Cancer Centers, Proton Therapy’s Promise Is Undercut by Lagging Demand

For Cancer Centers, Proton Therapy’s Promise Is Undercut by Lagging Demand

Facilities like the Maryland Proton Treatment Center in Baltimore treat cancer with beams of positively charged subatomic particles rather than conventional X-rays.
Here Are the Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

Here Are the Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

President Trump delivering a toast on Tuesday during the state dinner for President Emmanuel Macron of France.
Texas’ Voter ID Law Does Not Discriminate and Can Stand, Appeals Panel Rules

Texas’ Voter ID Law Does Not Discriminate and Can Stand, Appeals Panel Rules

An election official checking a voter’s photo ID in Austin, Tex. An appeals court ruled on Friday that a retooled version of the state’s voter ID law could stand.
Stormy Daniels Lawsuit Delayed as Judge Cites ‘Likely’ Indictment of Michael Cohen

Stormy Daniels Lawsuit Delayed as Judge Cites ‘Likely’ Indictment of Michael Cohen

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, said this week that he would invoke his Fifth Amendment rights if called as a witness in a lawsuit brought against the president.
Review: Does Power Corrupt in ‘Henry V’? Absolutely

Review: Does Power Corrupt in ‘Henry V’? Absolutely

Zenzi Williams, seated, as Henry, and David Ryan Smith, a chorus member, in “Henry V,” directed by Robert O’Hara.
Tom Brokaw, in Email, Angrily Denies Harassment Claim

Tom Brokaw, in Email, Angrily Denies Harassment Claim

In a long email message on Friday, Tom Brokaw said he was “hurt, angry and unmoored” by allegations made by Linda Vester, a former correspondent at NBC News.