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Ecstasy as a Remedy for PTSD? You Probably Have Some Questions.

Ecstasy as a Remedy for PTSD? You Probably Have Some Questions.

MDMA pills used in a study on the drug’s effectiveness as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder in veterans.
Revelations Over Koch Gifts Prompt Inquiry at George Mason University

Revelations Over Koch Gifts Prompt Inquiry at George Mason University

George Mason University is reviewing gift agreements over concerns of undue influence over academic matters by large donors like the Charles Koch Foundation. David, left, and Charles Koch have poured
Trump’s Former Doctor Says Office Was Raided and Files Seized

Trump’s Former Doctor Says Office Was Raided and Files Seized

Dr. Harold Bornstein, a longtime personal physician to President Trump, said he was cut out of Mr. Trump’s orbit early last year after telling the news media that Mr. Trump took a drug to promote hair
Protest in Puerto Rico Over Austerity Measures Ends in Tear Gas

Protest in Puerto Rico Over Austerity Measures Ends in Tear Gas

Officers walking through tear gas in San Juan, P.R., during a protest against austerity on Tuesday.
Justice Dept. Won’t Be Extorted, Rosenstein Warns Republicans

Justice Dept. Won’t Be Extorted, Rosenstein Warns Republicans

Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, said at the Newseum on Tuesday that “there have been people who have been making threats, privately and publicly, against me for quite some time.”
Trilobites: Humpback Whale Baby Boom Near Antarctica

Trilobites: Humpback Whale Baby Boom Near Antarctica

Humpback whales in the southern oceans around Antarctica appear to be breeding successfully, recovering their population.
Op-Ed Columnist: The U.S. and China Are Finally Having It Out

Op-Ed Columnist: The U.S. and China Are Finally Having It Out

President Trump with President Xi Jinping of China in November.
After Viktor Orban’s Victory, Hungary’s Judges Start to Tumble

After Viktor Orban’s Victory, Hungary’s Judges Start to Tumble

Hungary’s roughly 3,000 judges have struggled to retain their autonomy since Prime Minister Viktor Orban won power in 2010.
Snap to Tweak Snapchat’s Redesign After Users Complain

Snap to Tweak Snapchat’s Redesign After Users Complain

Late last year, Snapchat began separating chats and stories from friends from the content of media properties. Its parent company said the redesign was a major reason for a disappointing earnings
Economic Scene: Lessons From Rust-Belt Cities That Kept Their Sheen

Economic Scene: Lessons From Rust-Belt Cities That Kept Their Sheen

St. Cloud, Minn., continued to be a job creator over the last few decades, sustaining its prosperity while many urban industrial areas withered. A worker applied paint to a vehicle part at a St. Cloud
What Kanye West Said About Slavery, Obama and Mental Health in His New Interviews

What Kanye West Said About Slavery, Obama and Mental Health in His New Interviews

In a 105-minute conversation filmed at Kanye West’s California home on April 18, the rapper spoke about controversies, aspirations and regrets. A more emotional interview on TMZ was posted Tuesday as
A Very German Love Story: When Old Left and Far Right Share a Bedroom

A Very German Love Story: When Old Left and Far Right Share a Bedroom

Helmut Lethen and Caroline Sommerfeld in their apartment in Vienna. They represent two generations and two opposing intellectual camps in the current political debate.
First Test for New York Chancellor: A Middle School Desegregation Plan

First Test for New York Chancellor: A Middle School Desegregation Plan

The Booker T. Washington school in Manhattan uses test scores for admissions, and its students are mostly white or Asian. Under a new plan, it would have to set aside seats for lower-scoring children.
Fixtures: The Hostess With the Mostess at the Odeon

Fixtures: The Hostess With the Mostess at the Odeon

Roya Shanks in her familiar spot in the Odeon's amber-lit dining room.
Don’t Cry, Resist! Movies From a Female Revolution

Don’t Cry, Resist! Movies From a Female Revolution

Anita Skinner, left, and Melanie Mayron in Claudia Weill’s “Girlfriends” (1978), a movie that focuses on a woman (Ms. Mayron) whose identity isn’t determined by her relationships with men.