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Review Finds ‘Tsunami’ of Fixed Matches in Lower Levels of Tennis

Review Finds ‘Tsunami’ of Fixed Matches in Lower Levels of Tennis

Adam Lewis, a lawyer, led the panel that investigated betting-related issues in tennis.
5 ‘Schoolhouse Rock!’ Songs From Bob Dorough We’ll Never Forget

5 ‘Schoolhouse Rock!’ Songs From Bob Dorough We’ll Never Forget

Bob Dorough’s “Schoolhouse Rock!” songbook included “Three Is a Magic Number,” “Conjunction Junction” and “Ready or Not Here I Come.”
California Today: California Today: Montecito’s Mud Volunteers

California Today: California Today: Montecito’s Mud Volunteers

Carol Bartoli, a volunteer, digging out the living room of a home in Montecito.
Protests Erupt Anew in Armenia Amid Political Deadlock

Protests Erupt Anew in Armenia Amid Political Deadlock

Protests resumed in Yerevan, Armenia, on Wednesday, as opposition supporters called for new elections.
Comcast Starts Bidding War With 21st Century Fox for Sky

Comcast Starts Bidding War With 21st Century Fox for Sky

Sky’s headquarters in London. Comcast’s $30.7 billion offer for Sky puts the American cable giant in a takeover battle with Rupert Murdoch for control of the British broadcaster.
Peter Madsen, Danish Inventor, Is Convicted of Killing Kim Wall

Peter Madsen, Danish Inventor, Is Convicted of Killing Kim Wall

A picture of Ms. Wall was displayed at an auction of her photographs in New York last month. A scholarship has been created in her honor.
Ronny Jackson, Debbie Lesko, Finland: Your Wednesday Briefing

Ronny Jackson, Debbie Lesko, Finland: Your Wednesday Briefing

President Trump and the first lady, Melania Trump, welcomed President Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife, Brigitte Macron, to the White House for a state dinner on Tuesday.
Op-Ed Contributors: Cars Are Ruining Our Cities

Op-Ed Contributors: Cars Are Ruining Our Cities

Traffic on Interstate 405 in Los Angeles in 2015, after an expansion.
The Strong and Stressed Black Woman

The Strong and Stressed Black Woman

Mental health care is often unaffordable or even taboo.
Trilobites: What a Scientist Learned From Studying the ‘Synchronized Swimming of Sea Monkeys’

Trilobites: What a Scientist Learned From Studying the ‘Synchronized Swimming of Sea Monkeys’

Brine shrimp (Artemia salina) in a laboratory tank prior to experiments studying the effect of their collective vertical migration.
A Lynching Memorial Is Opening. The Country Has Never Seen Anything Like It.

A Lynching Memorial Is Opening. The Country Has Never Seen Anything Like It.

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice, opening Thursday in Montgomery, Ala., remembers the thousands of victims of lynchings.
Key Justices Seem Skeptical of Challenge to Trump’s Travel Ban

Key Justices Seem Skeptical of Challenge to Trump’s Travel Ban

The case before the Supreme Court will require the justices to decide whether the president’s promises on the campaign trail to impose a “Muslim ban” were reflected in executive orders that restricted
Nonfiction: A Professional Troublemaker’s Guide for Young Activists

Nonfiction: A Professional Troublemaker’s Guide for Young Activists

Cecile Richards at a House Government Oversight committee hearing.
Don Blankenship, West Virginia Candidate, Lives Near Las Vegas and Mulled Chinese Citizenship

Don Blankenship, West Virginia Candidate, Lives Near Las Vegas and Mulled Chinese Citizenship

Don Blankenship, a former West Virginia coal mining executive and current Republican Senate candidate, has refused to disclose his personal finances as required by law.