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Sexual Misconduct Spurs New Elections: The #MeToo Races

Sexual Misconduct Spurs New Elections: The #MeToo Races

The Women’s March in Las Vegas in January. Cases of sexual misconduct have led to resignations by nearly a dozen state and federal lawmakers in recent months as part of the #MeToo reckoning.
Syrian Bombardment Takes Its Deadliest Toll in Years

Syrian Bombardment Takes Its Deadliest Toll in Years

One of the heaviest bombardments in years has killed 200 people, many of them civilians, at a rebel-held enclave near Damascus.
Unified Korean Hockey Team Finishes Winless. So Why All the Cheering?

Unified Korean Hockey Team Finishes Winless. So Why All the Cheering?

Eom Suyeon, left, of the unified Korean team hugged teammate Han Soojin after she scored against Sweden during a 6-1 loss.

Lens: Where Fashion Photography Meets the Streets

Gareth Smit followed street-style photographer Phil Oh during New York Fashion Week.
Russian Fans at the Olympics Are Loud, Proud and Angry

Russian Fans at the Olympics Are Loud, Proud and Angry

Russian fans celebrated a goal against the United States men’s hockey team on Saturday. The Russian flag has been banned from the playing field but is easy to spot in the stands.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir Are Ice Dancing’s King and Queen

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir Are Ice Dancing’s King and Queen

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir won gold in ice dancing on Tuesday. They had previously won silver in 2014 and gold in 2010.
Sports of The Times: How Mirai Nagasu Grew Up and Got Back to the Olympics

Sports of The Times: How Mirai Nagasu Grew Up and Got Back to the Olympics

Mirai Nagasu after completing her free skate during the Olympic team competition last week, when she became the third woman to land a triple axel at the Games.
N.B.A. Owner Backs Lawsuit Against Russian Doping Whistle-Blower

N.B.A. Owner Backs Lawsuit Against Russian Doping Whistle-Blower

Mikhail D. Prokhorov, owner of the Brooklyn Nets, was in charge of the Russian biathlon federation when several Russian biathletes violated doping protocols leading up to and during the 2014 Sochi
Trump Endorses Mitt Romney’s Run for Utah Senate Seat

Trump Endorses Mitt Romney’s Run for Utah Senate Seat

President Trump, left, with Mitt Romney in November. Mr. Trump’s endorsement of Mr. Romney opens another chapter in their fraught relationship.
State Officials Say They Are Told Too Little About Election Threats

State Officials Say They Are Told Too Little About Election Threats

A sign directing voters to a polling station in Austin, Tex., in 2016. Election officials in some states say they need to know more about digital threats to their election systems than federal
In Ukraine, Corruption Is Now Undermining the Military

In Ukraine, Corruption Is Now Undermining the Military

Supporters of Mikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia, have joined angry veterans of the war in the east in a protest encampment outside the Ukrainian Parliament in Kiev.
Rob Porter’s Charisma and Ambition Disguised Flare-ups of Anger

Rob Porter’s Charisma and Ambition Disguised Flare-ups of Anger

Mr. Porter with Mr. Trump at Bedminster, New Jersey, in August.
DealBook: How Banks Could Control Gun Sales if Washington Won’t

DealBook: How Banks Could Control Gun Sales if Washington Won’t

The country’s financial giants hold more sway over the gun industry than any politician. If banks and credit card companies were to stop doing business with gun shops that sell assault weapons, the
On Baseball: Bryce Harper Doesn’t Want to Talk About the Future, or the Past

On Baseball: Bryce Harper Doesn’t Want to Talk About the Future, or the Past

Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals is one of the game's best young players, but as a pending free agent he is working hard to avoid questions about where he might end up.