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Supreme Court Arguments on Trump’s Travel Ban: Key Moments

Supreme Court Arguments on Trump’s Travel Ban: Key Moments

The Supreme Court’s conservative majority seemed prepared on Wednesday to sustain the president’s authority to impose a travel ban restricting entry into the United States from several predominantly
Vincent Bolloré, French Billionaire, Faces a Rare Corruption Inquiry

Vincent Bolloré, French Billionaire, Faces a Rare Corruption Inquiry

The French billionaire Vincent Bolloré is being investigated over whether his company got lucrative contracts in two African countries in exchange for helping their presidents get elected.
Editorial Observer: At This Memorial, the Monuments Bleed

Editorial Observer: At This Memorial, the Monuments Bleed

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice, which opens Thursday in Montgomery, Ala., evokes the thousands of lynchings and other racial-terror killings of black people over more than seven decades.
The Biggest Influencer of All?

The Biggest Influencer of All?

An official engagement photo released by Kensington Palace of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who wore a dress by Ralph & Russo.
A Lifesaving Pump for Cancer Patients Is Being Phased Out

A Lifesaving Pump for Cancer Patients Is Being Phased Out

Peter Beckerman was told he had 20 months to live, but received a chemotherapy-injecting liver pump. That was 10 years ago. “The pump saved my life,” he said.
13 Celebrated New Yorkers on Their Early ’80s Apartments and Jobs

13 Celebrated New Yorkers on Their Early ’80s Apartments and Jobs

Colonnade Row on Lafayette Street in New York, circa 1975, where the writer Edmund White lived.
Global Health: Infant Deaths Fall Sharply in Africa With Routine Antibiotics

Global Health: Infant Deaths Fall Sharply in Africa With Routine Antibiotics

A nurse attending to a child in Dan-Mazadou, in southeastern Niger. Of the countries studied, Niger saw the strongest response to the routine administration of antibiotics. The regimen prevented one
Review: The Flesh Is Willing in ‘Disobedience’

Review: The Flesh Is Willing in ‘Disobedience’

Domestic disobedience: from left, Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams and Alessandro Nivola in Sebastián Lelio’s new film.
How Fake Mark Zuckerbergs Scam Facebook Users Out of Their Cash

How Fake Mark Zuckerbergs Scam Facebook Users Out of Their Cash

Bogus accounts bearing the likenesses of the Facebook executives have frequently been used to scam users.
New Allegations Emerge Against Ronny Jackson as White House Digs In

New Allegations Emerge Against Ronny Jackson as White House Digs In

“We’re still moving ahead as planned,” said Dr. Ronny L. Jackson, President Trump’s nominee to lead the Veterans Affairs Department.
Review: ‘Let the Sunshine In’ Shows the Complex Radiance of Juliette Binoche

Review: ‘Let the Sunshine In’ Shows the Complex Radiance of Juliette Binoche

Juliette Binoche as Isabelle, a Parisian artist, in “Let the Sunshine In.”
Saquon Barkley Tries to Bring Running Backs Into the Draft Spotlight

Saquon Barkley Tries to Bring Running Backs Into the Draft Spotlight

Running back Saquon Barkley, coming out of Penn State, is a likely top five pick in the N.F.L. draft.
Macron Critiques Trump’s Policies in Speech to Congress

Macron Critiques Trump’s Policies in Speech to Congress

President Emmanuel Macron of France attacked nationalism and argued for preserving the Iran nuclear deal before a joint meeting of Congress on Wednesday.
What Amazon’s New Headquarters Could Mean for Rents

What Amazon’s New Headquarters Could Mean for Rents

Nashville has seen an influx of residents in recent years, with many of them moving into newly built downtown apartment complexes. Apartments line the streets of East Nashville.
There’s No Smoking in Disney Films. What About When It Owns Fox?

There’s No Smoking in Disney Films. What About When It Owns Fox?

Selma Bouvier, one of Marge Simpson’s sisters and a prolific smoker on “The Simpsons.” The animated show and other Fox properties are expected to soon be part of the Disney empire, which frowns on